I do our best to be neighborly to those in our communityâ€¦ When you’re a native of this area, there are some things that you can share to help out the newcomers; Now, I’ve also had new neighbors that wanted none of our help plus that’s fine.
- But I’ve also seen those same people load up the moving truck plus head back where they came from after one summer, however for some, this region is just too overheated in the summer time no matter the amount of A/C.
These folks come down here thinking that both of us have perfect weather all the time. Every one of us do have near perfect weather for 8 weeks of the year. But from June through November, the heat plus humidity can be overwhelming. I’m from here plus guess nothing but this type of weather plus it can be a bit much for me come October. But one of the things I try to relate to newcomers is a respected sense approach to A/C. I often hear folks that are new to the part complain about how much they’re spending on A/C. For sure, without some type of system to mediocre the control equipment setting, all that A/C can get easily high-priced, easily fast. I always suggest a respected sense approach that starts with leaving the A/C off in the Springtime. Most people reach for the control equipment once the temperatures are in the mid eighties. I recommend waiting as long as possible before leaving the A/C on. I tried to get into May before the A/C stays on. After that, I make sure that the control equipment is never more than 15 degrees lower than the hottest temperature outside.