You toss and turn, throwing blankets off, feeling sweaty – you just can’t get comfortable and you get up, once again, to adjust the thermostat. Sound familiar? Did you know it’s actually been proven that you sleep better at night in a cool room?
But what is the optimal temp for a good night’s rest? According to the National Sleep Foundation, 65 degrees is optimal. Other sources say between 60 and 68 degrees will help ensure your body cools down properly – which is good news for those of us with spouses who run warmer or colder. Find a temp between 60 and 68 you can agree on and set the thermostat.
If you still wake up hot and sweaty, though, or notice your thermostat is set on 67 but the temperature is actually reading 73 (yikes!), give us a call. We are available 24/7 and can help you get back to a good night’s sleep!
Stuart Pro Heating & Air is OPEN and closely monitoring the status of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.
The Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has issued federal guidance to states and municipalities regarding “essential” work. Based on their definitions, the activities conducted by an HVAC installation and service company are considered essential.
We are taking every precaution to keep our employees and customers safe during these uncertain times, such as wearing shoe covers and latex gloves, sanitizing hands and tools before each job, and maintaining a social distance – no signature required. Payment by phone is also an option if needed. So, if you have any service or maintenance needs, please call us right away. We are here for you!