You should leave your air conditioner on if you’re going to be out of town for any length of time during the summer. An empty house doesn’t need to be cool and comfortable, but it shouldn’t get so hot that mold can grow, furniture can warp or artwork and clothing can become damaged. Set you’re a/c at around 88 degrees for the summer. A tip: Set a few five-gallon buckets of water around the inside of the house. The water will slowly evaporate, adding a bit of moisture to the air. ###
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