If you’re nursed a temperamental furnace through the heating season, you know how frustrating it is to have a heating system that doesn’t work properly. It may have been a serious aggravation, but your decision to delay the purchase of a replacement furnace is likely to have several benefits. With spring finally arriving, it’s a good time to check with your local HVAC supplier for end-of-season specials on furnaces, heat pumps and other heating system components. By buying off-season, you can likely save a lot of money and acquire a much better system than you could have bought with a mid-winter purchase.
Have you grown weary of winter? Do you look forward to summer but the hot muggy weather not so much? Energy costs remain high, which is reflected each month in your electric and gas bills. Heating and cooling your home, however, should not have to be a budget-busting choice.
Many homeowners are looking for ways to make their homes more energy efficient in order to save money and help the environment. If it’s time to replace your HVAC system, and you’re wondering what to do with that hefty income tax refund, one way to maximize your energy efficiency and savings is to invest in a heat pump.
Energy costs remain high every year, leaving homeowners always on the lookout for ways to reduce their energy usage. One of the major energy consumers in any home is the water heater. Fortunately, there are several effective and simple things you can do to cut your water-heating costs.