Category Archives: Air Conditioners

Get your Furnace Tuned Up

200 lbs CO2 Per Year $70 Savings Per Year Short Description Sealing any leaks can reduce carbon monoxide output, as well as increase the efficiency at which it heats your home. Long Description Having someone look at your furnace and tuning it up for the winter is both a good idea for safety and for… Continue Reading

Run your Fan in Reverse

0 lbs CO2 Per Year $0 Savings Per Year Short Description Running your ceiling fan in reverse will help you enjoy the full effect of your home’s heat, and can actually save you up to 10% on heating costs this winter Long Description Fans in Winter?! Most people think fans help keep you cool, and… Continue Reading

Use your A/C Wisely!

0 lbs CO2 Per Year $336 Savings Per Year Short Description By using your A/C wisely, you can reduce your carbon footprint while also reducing your home ENERGY COSTS. Long Description When turning on your A/C, don’t immediately place it on a high setting; it won’t cool your house any faster, and it may result… Continue Reading

Put your AC in the Shade

282 lbs CO2 Per Year $348 Savings Per Year Putting your air conditioning in the shade can decrease it’s workload and help it cool your house more effectively and efficiently. The air in the shade is a bit cooler, so it doesn’t have to work as hard. Keeping the device cool also helps it work… Continue Reading

Air Conditioners

Air Conditioners If your current air conditioner is more than eight years old, it’s time for a new one. Over the life of the product, the amount you’ll save in energy bills will more than likely exceed the cost of the new unit. An added bonus: for every kilowatt hour (kWh) of electricity you save,… Continue Reading

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