Energy Efficient Air Conditioning and Heating Service (HVAC)
Hvac System and Services
Comfort and Control of Your Home's Climate
Reduce energy bills
Superior Air Flow
Peace and quiet
Do you know the benefits of an energy-efficient air conditioning system? Do you even know what one is? It is typically marked with the Energy Star seal of approval that denotes that it meets the standards to be labeled high-efficiency. This efficiency is measured by an energy efficiency ratio (EER) that measures the thermal output per watt of power input, ensuring that you will be able to maximize the level of cooling with a much lower level of power consumption. Would you be surprised to find that by upgrading to an energy efficient HVAC today you could:
• Have the heating and cooling power to match the climate?
• Pay less every month for your energy bill?
• Do your part to save the planet?
Benefits to the Environment
Reduce local air temperatures (sometimes referred to as the urban heat island effect)
Reducing cooling energy use in buildings
Lower peak electricity demand, which can help prevent power outages
Reduce power plant emissions, including carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, nitrous oxides, and mercury
Your HVAC Needs an Upgrade
No matter how well your HVAC has served you over the years, nothing lasts forever. Specifically, the recommended service life of the average HVAC system is about ten years. In the last few years of service, its quality of performance degrades, and if you have been running your HVAC for more than a decade it is living on borrowed time. There is no reason to run your old system until it totally breaks down, and aging systems have a host of problems that you may not even be aware of. You need to ask yourself a few important questions:
- Is your system still keeping your home comfortable even in very hot or cold weather?
- Is your system always running, even when you adjust the thermostat?
- Are your energy bills abnormally high?
If any of these are things that are happening in your home then there is a very good chance that your current HVAC is at the end of its service life. Why wait? Advances in HVAC technology over the last 10 years have put older systems on the brink of being obsolete, and there are many benefits to upgrading your system today.