The illogical technique to supercool your house and save energy according to experts
With electricity prices skyrocketing as well as temperatures, a system that can deal with both factors at the same time is more than necessary. According to experts it is called supercooling or supercooling. We tell you what it consists of.
If you want to save money and stay more comfortable this summer, which is currently quite hot, the experts seem to have the key: supercooling or supercooling.
This typical technique of the air conditioning sector refers to the practice of start the air conditioning at the optimal times to cool the environment. After this period, the air conditioner turns off or runs very low.
This seeks to reduce the economic burden while keeping your environment cooler. Those optimum moments of which they speak make allusion to the night. That is, the air conditioner works at night to reduce the temperature of the house below the normal temperature.
Then during the day you take advantage of this supercooling situation and have the air conditioning turned off. With this they want you to see that one of its great benefits is that the device will not have to fight against the high temperatures of the day, but it is faster and therefore cheaper to cool the house at night.
The removal of heat also cool the structure of your house and everything that is inside it and this makes it able to fight against daytime temperatures.
To this we must add that we are going to take advantage off-peak rates, since at night these are reduced. In turn, our air conditioning won’t work twice as hard at the time of having to cool our house at noon. According to these, we ensure more years of life in our device.
An extra point that they add to this technique is program the fan so that it blows during the day, as it will move the air through the house and keep the temperature stable.
With all this, as reportednit is a really useful technique, but we do not know to what extent we are talking about significant savings on our bill and a utility that will serve us in the face of infernal temperatures throughout the day.
Looks like we’re going to have to sleep bundled up at night and pray that chill stays until 11pm the next day until we turn it back on.