You can easily slash the money you spend on Air Conditioning!
By using the information in the Special Report you can cut the air conditioning portion of your electric bill by as much as 50%.
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Like many folks, our monthly home air conditioning bill was more than our winter heating cost. I needed to save our money for warm weather family fun, not blow it on high utility bills.
Allow me to introduce myself, my name is Birney Summers. I used my GI Bill money to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State University. Since then I have worked with energy conservation all during my 36 year career.
Now I work as a full time Energy Conservation Engineer and a part time author. I am an active member of the Association of Energy Engineers.
The Special Report: How to Save Money on Air Conditioning is the result of my quest to cut my own home air conditioning costs.
You too, can slash the money you spend on your electric bill during air conditioning season with this Special Report.
This report provides many action items you can use. There is enough information in this report that you can pick and choose several items that you can do right away to save big money this summer.
This report covers what will save you money. It avoids wasting your time and money on ideas that do not work.
No, it does not read like an engineering textbook.
It is written in plain English. If you can read and understand this page, you will have no problem reading this Special Money Saving Report.
You can use many of the recommendations yourself with out any special tools or skills.
This Special Report is for both homeowners and renters. I rent and it paid off big time for me.
No, you do not need to do everything recommended in this Special Report to save money. Each item will save some money all by itself. It is like climbing the stairs; the more steps you take the more you save.
Here is a table of contents showing section by section what the Special Report covers.
Section 1. Insulation
Section 2. Weather Sealing
Section 3. Heat Shielding
a. Man Made Shade
b. Radiant Barriers
c. Landscaping for hot weather comfort
Section 4. Using fans to reduce the need for air conditioning
Section 5. Reducing heat generated inside your home
Section 6. What you can do to make sure that your Air Conditioner is going to get the job done
Section 7. Keeping the total cost down when buying a new Air Conditioner
Section 8. Common problems, how to recognize them and what to do about them
Section 9. Operating your air conditioner to maximize comfort while keeping the energy bill low
Section 10. Your electric bill and how to avoid paying too much
Does it work? Here is what my readers have to say....
Does it work? Here is what my readers have to say....
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You get a 62 page digital report with 28 color photographs. Each page is packed with useful information.
Yes, you can print it out for your own use and even copy it. That way you can make notes on it and take it to the building supply store if you want. Just don’t give it away or sell it.
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How to find heat leaks to seal off wasted energy
You can make a big reduction in your air conditioning bills by stopping the unplanned movement of air in or out of your home.
At home, you can find drafts that need to be sealed by turning your air conditioner or furnace off and close all windows and doors. Then turn on your kitchen and bathroom vent fans. Turn on the clothes dryer. They all push air out of the house.
Next go around inside the house and check for a draft of air coming in around doors and windows. Check any electric outlets located on outside walls too.
Some folks use the smoke from a lighted incense stick to revel the drafts. Some folks have used smoke from a cigarette for this. A candle flame will work too. Please be extra careful with fire.
Most folks can feel drafts with the bare skin on the back of their hands.
I sometimes use an infrared thermometer that is the size of a small water pistol to locate leaks.
I suggest marking the leaks that you find so you can find them easily when you are ready to work on them. Post it notes or similar temporary markers help make a visual record of where the leaks are.
After you have located the air leaks seal them with caulking, weather stripping and gaskets for the electric outlets.
How to caulk around the house
First, I gather my supplies for this battle. A good caulking gun is a must have weapon. Do not go armed with a hard to use cheap one.
Load up with a couple of tubes of good quality outdoor caulk. The good stuff can be used either indoors or outdoors so you only need the one kind.
Remember the golden rule of supply and demand. If you buy one, it will not be enough, if you buy two; one will be more than enough.
I recommend polyurethane caulking. My architect friends specify it for commercial buildings because it lasts a long time. Pick a color that will get you the fewest complaints. Be ready with this line, “But dear, white was the only color they had at the hardware store.”
I take a flashlight, a long shaft screwdriver, and a rag. Being on the short side, I need a stepladder to reach the tops of the windows and such.
The flash light is my most important inspection tool. I do not need it to see. I use it to focus my attention on one small area at a time.
Starting on the front porch, I look all around the electric outlet. I search around the front door inch by inch. I pay close attention to the area above the door. The screwdriver is to push and pry at the old caulk to see if it will come off. After plugging all the holes, I move on.
Next, I check all around the porch light fixture.
On the side of the house is a hose outlet. The hose bib gets jerked around by the hose and sure enough, the caulking around the pipe has broken loose from the siding. A quick prying with the screwdriver knocks off the old caulking so I can seal it with new.
A window is next. After setting up the stepladder, I check the top of the window frame. This area is out of sight, but it gets a full dose of sunshine and weathering. Yup, there is a crack starting to open up. If I leave it, water will sneak in and open it up more. A little caulking now will prevent wood rot, block the insects and save energy.
I run the beam of the flashlight down both sides of the window frame. I discipline myself to look only where the light is so I focus on one inch at a time.
Get down low enough to check under the window too. While you are down there check along the foundation. Caulk any cracks in mortar joints in the block or brick work. Ok get up and stretch your backbone.
At the corner, check the downspout. Look where it is attached to the house. If it is working loose, there maybe a hole opening up to be caulked.
Ah yes the dryer vent, there should be caulking around the edges where the vent seal attaches to the house.
We could go on with the tour but your home will be slightly different from mine. You get the idea. Check every inch around anything that attaches to or pokes out of the house. Did the cable guy drill through the wall to let the cable in? I’ll bet he did not caulk it. Take it slow and caulk every little hole or crack.
Door Weather Stripping
The stuff that makes a weather tight seal around the edges of the door is called weather stripping. Weather because it keeps the weather out and stripping because it comes in long strips or on rolls.
How do you know you need it? Stand on the inside, with the lights off, on a bright sunny day and look around the edges of the door. If there are any sun beams showing gaps around the door you need weather stripping. If any light gets in, a lot of heat will get in this summer.
Tell the folks at the store what your door and frame are made of and they will give you good advice.
If you have a good old wood door and wood frame, I like the V shape strips of brass that close the gap around the door by spring action. They make the same thing in dark brown plastic. Half the V is to be nailed to the frame or to the door. As the door closes, the V gets pinched closed making a good seal.
For doors that are bent or crooked in the frame, I use soft foam weather stripping with peal off tape on the sticky side that comes on a roll. It is the easiest for me to use. It sticks to the doorframe the best and I could build it up in layers where I needed to fill a big gap. It is a very low-tech product but it works well for me.
Lock Your Windows
Windows are energy losers no matter how good they are. Even the newest thermal windows with two layers of glass let heat in faster, per square inch, than any other part of the house.
First, lock your windows. Yes, locking your windows can save on your air conditioning bill. Every year at least one of my windows works loose with one of the movable parts getting out of position. When you go to lock you windows you are likely to find that they cannot be locked until the top sash is pushed up where it belongs. When the parts of the window are out of position, hot air leaks in. After the parts of the window line up correctly, the lock works to hold them in place sealing the heat out.
What I've just revealed to you while seemingly small will go a long way in giving you BIG SAVINGS...
BUT... if you want to save even more money, by slashing your energy bill using proven tips that this report will show you, you'll discover tips like these...
- Why this phrase, "Air-conditioners are for cooling people not houses." While common sense is something you NEED to read about in page 57 if you don't want to burn a hole in your wallet in electricity bills come summer time.
- Why you should set your thermostat 78 degrees OR HIGHER!... page 56
- You need to cut out 2 things if you want to reduce the amount of fuel you are burning down, what are the 2 things? Find out on page 43
- Would you like to have an air-conditioner that is the most energy efficient, provides the best quiet comfort and is 100% MADE IN USA?... find out what air-conditioner I've recommended after years of experience on page 43
- Who else wants an Air-Conditioner which automatically "fine tunes" the cooling your house needs like a smart robot? What you need to look for are models with 2 important features, look it up on page 43
- If you're going to have your Air-Conditioner inspected by a professional… here's when you should do it…page 40
- Why adding and removal of refrigerant can ONLY be done by a certified professional… page 40
- How to immediately cut 5-15% off your energy bill just by doing this… page 39
- Could leaves and debris cause you to have higher bills? Find out what I'm talking about on page 39
- 5 quick changes you can make that will drastically "chop down" your energy bill… page 34 to 37
- Simple secrets to keeping your Air-Conditioning bill low… page 34
- In which direction should your ceiling fan be running? This may sound un-important, unless you like to save money! … page 33
You'll find out even more secrets such as...
- Radiant paint, what is it? And how can it be used during summer and winter to help you cut your costs? … page 32
- Want to use radiant paint to keep your house cool as a cucumber? Here's 2 ingredients you need to look out for (hint: one of the ingredient is used by N.A.S.A. to protect its space shuttles)… page 30
- How to install an "auto house-cooling" radiant barrier yourself, step by step PLUS the only 2 simple tools that you'll need(note: a radiant barrier blocks out 95%-97% of heat energy)…page 28
- Which cooling device costs only pennies a day? Answer is revealed on page 33
- What in the world is a "S.E.E.R." number and why it will cost you big bucks if you but an Air-Conditioner that's below "20 S.E.E.R."... page 42
- Here's what to do if your Air-Conditioner is more than 10 years old…page 42
- Why you should choose an "energy star" model Air-Conditioner and how it will save you more money than its price tag in the long run…page 42
- What is the ABSOLUTE BEST tool to use that keeps OUT heat and creepy bugs while letting in air flow and a picturesque view?... page 26
- This helps keep your home a little cooler and helps to reflect back the blasting heat…page 25
- You could also use shutters to block out the punishing sun too… why?... page 25
This Special Report: How to Save Money on Air Conditioning has these tips and many more to help you save your money.
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