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Cooling


Upgrade to a high-efficiency air conditioner
- Swapping your old, inefficient air conditioning system for a high-efficient one can cut electricity bills by one-third. Consult one of our professional technicians to ensure your system is the right size for your home, and you aren’t over- or under-cooling for your space needs.


Turn up the temperature
- To save electricity during the summer, set the temperature above 25° as every degree below this will add an extra three to five percent to your energy bill.


Install ceiling fans
– Change the direction of airflow on your ceiling fans. In the summer, the blades should operate in a counter-clockwise direction as a way of creating a nice, gentle wind.


Have an annual maintenance performed
– Having an annual maintenance performed on your air conditioner by a licensed technician will help ensure it operates at its peak efficiency and catches any potential breakdowns before they occur.


Don’t block vents in well-used rooms
– Keep your supply and return air vents free of objects like blinds, carpets or furniture so your air conditioner can operate efficiently and there is even cool air distribution.


Close vents in less-used rooms
– By closing the vents, you won’t be spending money cooling rooms that are used less.

 

Heating


Upgrade to a high-efficiency furnace
- New high-efficiency furnaces use up to 50% less fuel than an older system. It can save you up to 25 per cent of your home-heating costs in one year, and within a few years, you’ll have recovered the initial cost of replacing/upgrading your furnace. Choosing a model with an energy efficient motor can save 20 to 50 percent of the energy needed to continuously operate a fan motor. Let us show you the advantages of replacing your old furnace today.


Have an annual maintenance performed
– Having an annual maintenance performed on your furnace by a licensed technician will help ensure it operates at its peak efficiency and catches any potential breakdowns before they occur.


Install a programmable thermostat
– A programmable thermostat enables you to control your home’s temperature when you’re away or asleep. For every 1° you lower your thermostat for seven hours per day, you save one percent on your heating bill.


Don’t block vents in well-used rooms
– Keep your supply and return air vents free of objects like blinds, carpets or furniture so your furnace can operate efficiently and there is even heat distribution.


Close vents in less-used rooms
– By closing the vents, you won’t be spending money heating rooms that are used less.


Install ceiling fans
– Change the direction of airflow on your ceiling fans. In the winter, the blades should operate in a clockwise direction helping to push the warm air from the ceiling down into the room.