Angie has a house to herself, so she’s used to being the only lady enjoying the a/c in her home. It’s a luxury! She has no person to squabb;le with about the temperature control or the electric bill, and she can maintain the temperature at 73 throughout the afternoon without getting drenched with sweat. However, Angie recently began doing a motion picture night with some pals. She figured out absolutely hastily that more people means more AC needs. After pretty much everyone sat down to watch the motion picture, it became uncomfortably hot in the family room. Angie was only used to having a single lady in the house (her). But when she suddenly hosted a gathering of five, maintaining the temperature control at 73 just wasn’t splitting it. She cranked the temperature control down to 68 (without having to walk from her sitting position, because her smart temperature control allowed her to change the temperature with an app on her PC). Still, it took a while for the space to cool down. The next afternoon, Angie called an Heating, Ventilation and A/C company and made a booking before the next motion picture night. The Heating, Ventilation and A/C specialist took a look at her system, changed the air filter (which was disgustingly dusty), and did some general maintenance. Angie asked him for advice for the next motion picture night, and he made a good suggestion. The AC specialist told her to turn down the temperature control to the desired temperature about thirty minutes before the guests got to her place. This way the house would be comfortable for them the moment they arrived. The aircon wouldn’t have to toil as hard to keep up if it began cooling before there were more people in the house. The suggestion worked, and motion picture days have gone off effortlessly (or a hint of sweat) since!