Summer can be an expensive time of the year, what with all the fun trips and outings you have planned. Fortunately, staying cool doesn’t have to be on that list of expenses. Try out some of these tips for reducing your summer energy bill. Clean Your Air Conditioner A dirty air conditioner is a less efficient air conditioner. This means you’ll have less cool air pumped into your home, and you may need to replace the entire system sooner than you expected. Take the time to change the filter and clean off any dust and debris you see. Use Your Ceiling Fan If you have a ceiling fan, you can use it to create the “wind chill” effect. That’s where moving air feels cooler because it speeds the evaporation of moisture from the skin, removing heat. This is great for those moderate days where you’d rather not turn on your…