An estimated 37-47% of households in the United States today are home to dogs. If you have a dog, you know the companionship and security these furry friends can provide. Your dog is reliant on you to meet his or her basic needs, and maintaining a cool temperature within your home is one of those needs. When you air conditioner goes out, your dog could be at risk of heat stroke while you wait for repairs.
The air conditioner has become a necessary part of summer, especially when the temperatures begin to climb toward the triple digits. Just because the temperature is rising higher, doesn't mean that your power bill should, though. There are ways to enjoy your air conditioner while still saving a bit of money. The following tips may help. Tip #1: Shade the Windows The windows are usually the least insulated area of your home, so they let in a lot of heat during the day.