Did Your Energy Costs Spike While Working From Home?
Quarantine has caused many to transition into working from home for months now.
As it seems to extend, you might find yourself stuck in this situation for a more extended period.
If you are worried because your electricity bill has increased, you are not alone.
Air conditioning use, plugging in computers, monitors, using your lights more than you used to, and much more is why we have seen a spike in residential energy usage.
Here are some tips you can use to ensure that working from home doesn’t break your wallet on energy usage.
Leave Your Thermostat Alone
You have complete control over the temperature at your house.
However, you should avoid touching your thermostat to lower your energy bill.
The temperature may vary around your home and make sure you turn any ceiling fans off when you’re not in the room.