What Is Super Cooling?

In the summer and in particular, the July and August months, the temperatures peak to the unbearable points such that the air conditioning systems have to run non-stop. And with that comes high energy bills. Considering the outdoor temperatures in Texas tend to skyrocket, the ‘set it and forget it’ old-school energy-saving trick isn’t always effective. Luckily, there’s ‘cool’ way to bring your power bill down called supercooling Super Cooling Well, supercooling may mean a lot of things in the science world, say cooling a liquid below the freezing point without it becoming a solid. But in the HVAC industry, it means chilling everything in the house simultaneously during the right time in the summer season with the objective of saving on the A/C energy bills. How Super Cooling Works Electricity rates are cheaper or high at certain hours. From your utility, develop a time-of-use or time-of-day plan. Sign up for the plan that works best for you. These plans work particularly well for those away from home most hours of the day, although anyone can benefit. To start supercooling your house, tune your thermostat to a temperature as cool as you can bear, say 68 to 74 degrees. But...

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