Party leads to overuse of a/c

When I heard the a/c start back up, I knew that someone had taken it upon themselves to adjust my temperature control

Last June, my wife and I decided to host a party for our friends, family and neighbors. The two of us spent nearly a week planning the event. The two of us spent endless fifths working on our sods and gardens and making sure everything was perfect. The two of us rented a tent, tables and chairs to supply plenty of shade and seating outside. The two of us bought tons of drink chances and cooked a ton of food; Although the people I was with and I expected all the people to remain outside the majority of the time, the people I was with and I also thoroughly cleaned the house. Due to all of the cooking, the inside section felt a bit hot and sticky, and so I lowered the temperature control setting just a bit. As a guest started to arrive, the people I was with and I directed all the people to the seating areas under the tent, on the patio and beside the swimming pool. The day was severely sizzling and humid with a temperature of 86 degrees and no breeze whatsoever, then unblessedly, our guests kept congregating inside the house. Every time people went in or out and opened the door, they allowed the heat in and our air conditioned air to escape Several times, I found the sliding glass doors to the patio standing wide open. The a/c was running non stop. I finally raised the temperature control setting high enough to avoid the cooling method starting up at all. The house hastily became uncomfortably warm. When I heard the a/c start back up, I knew that someone had taken it upon themselves to adjust my temperature control. I spent the entire party trying to keep the doors shut and the a/c from working so hard, and our electric bill for that week was astronomical.

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