I don't mind the Buffalo suburbs

Last September, I got a promotion at my job that required me to move to Buffalo NY. At first, I second guessed moving to Buffalo because I love living in New York City, but after careful consideration, I decided to take the leap. Before I moved, I did some research about Buffalo, and I was a bit concerned about the weather because Buffalo NY is a lot colder than it is in the city. In fact, on average the temperature in Buffalo NY in the Winter is typically 10 to 15 degrees lower than the temperature in NYC, and they get three times the snow. I do enjoy seeing the snow, and I welcome that, but I knew the cold temperatures would be a challenge for me. Hence, the first thing that I did when I moved was to make sure that my HVAC system was running efficiently, and it could handle those brutally cold Winter days. I found a local HVAC provider and had a technician inspect the unit. He provided some tips on how best to conserve energy, while remaining comfortable in my home. The technician recommended that I followed the guidelines of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and set the thermostat to 68 degrees in the Winter. I thought that was a bit too cold, but I have been doing it, and the house is more comfortable than I thought it would be. He also recommended that I installed a programmable thermostat to conserve even more energy. I have not yet done so because I am doing the research on getting a zone HVAC system installed. I think that is something that will make sense since I plan on staying in Buffalo NY for a while.



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