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Thursday, January 23, 2014

Enjoying The Benefits Of High Efficiency



If you're one of those people who decided to take advantage of purchasing a high efficiency heating and air conditioning system, these freezing cold days and nights must be making you glad you did!  Did you know that if you upgrade to a high efficiency heating and a/c system, you could reduce your home's energy consumption by up to 30 - 40%?  Not to mention, most local utility companies offer special incentives to their customers who purchase Energy Star qualified heating and a/c equipment! 

While it is more money up front to purchase one of these systems, you more than make your money back in energy usage.  With heating and air conditioning accounting for approximately 56% of the energy usage in your home, purchasing a high efficiency system is truly a wise investment. 

Always remember, just because you purchase high efficiency equipment, it means nothing if the equipment isn't properly installed.  Qualified professionals from a reputable company should be the only ones tasked with installing your new high efficiency heating and a/c equipment.  These certified technicians will also be able to spot other key factors in your home that can lead to poor efficiency:  outdated insulation, window and door air leaks, unsealed ductwork, etc... 

Bottom line is, if you're serious about saving money and using less energy, a high efficiency heating and air system is what you need!  Ask anyone who has one, right now they are sitting comfortably while saving money!

-Nickadeemus
Environmental Heating & Air of NC, Inc.
919-535-8422

7 comments:

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  2. I prefer efficient air conditioners rated at EnergyStar.gov, heating and air conditioning in Mississauga

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  3. Thank you so much for taking more time to share on this wonderful information with us for sure i learn more from here.

    Heating & Cooling Systems Mississauga

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  4. True true being proactive and a good sliding rule shows that this is financially a winner this year. Welcome to real finance weather dips your going to pay less as when most will pay more.

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  5. My home certainly needs to be updated to be more energy efficient and help me save on propane services. As much heat that is wasted through my poor insulation and old windows, I think any investment would be returned.

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  6. My heater hasn't been working for the last two weeks and I am freezing in my house! I've tried to fix it, but I have absolutely no idea what's wrong with it. I was told that http://www.hrstewart.com/residentialservices.html is a good place to look for someone to come and fix my heater. So I'm going to spend some time online this weekend and hopefully find someone to come over and fix my heater.

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  7. This perfectly describes how I felt when I finally got my furnace fixed in the middle if this winter season. It seemed like it was heating my home just fine but I was a little shocked by how much my bill was. I had turned up the thermostat just to heat my home and once I got my bill I realized that something was wrong. I called my repair man and he told me that my lack of maintenance had caused some inefficiencies. After he fixed it my bills went down again and I'm still keeping cozy in my home.

    Luke | http://www.fsmechanical.com

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