Thermostat needs to be relocated away from hot utility room


I’ve never been so lucky as to have my own washing and drying machine, then for the past six years I’ve lived in home buildings which had two janky washers and dryers in the basement, and cost a ton to operate.

I would actually spend $5 to do a load of laundry, especially factoring in all the extra drying cycles that were necessary to get my clothes dry most of the time.

Now I’m feeling so blessed to have a real home, with a utility room including a washer and dryer, right in my own site. I had forgotten, but, how seriously hot this machine makes the air in the utility room, and that change in air temperature became relevant pretty soon after moving in, but my friend and I got settled into the household and soon realized that it stayed legitimately cold inside. It seemed strange, because the air temperature settings weren’t as low as the ambient air temperature felt. My friend and I just chalked it up to having a more powerful A/C component than my friend and I had become accustomed to, and forgot about the severe chill in the air for the most part. It was only once our weekly energy bills started rolling in that my friend and I realized something was wrong, however every month the energy bill was through the roof, and my friend and I had no idea what was sucking up so much power. It wasn’t until two months later that I figured out the problem; our control component was positioned too close to the hot utility room, causing an artificially high air temperature learning and making our central cooling system run overtime!

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