If it is 80 degrees Fahrenheit outside, and my house is 72 inside, and I know it will get warmer, and I turn the A/C on, should I set it at 74 or 77?

Answer

It depends on what temperature you desire for the interior of your home, as well as any concerns about electricity costs. Obviously, if cost is a concern, and 77 doesn't feel uncomfortable, then set the thermostat at 77. If that feels a little muggy or warm, then go ahead and set it at 74, cost permitting. Keep an eye on your energy bill!

Updated on May 16, 2018

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By Steven Gomez
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