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If you’ve been thinking about replacing only one component of your split air conditioning system, you should seriously reconsider.
Constant issues with a home’s air conditioner can cause headaches and put a real strain on homeowners’ wallets. When repairs become common, looking into a replacement A/C unit can be a worthwhile option, since the investment also comes with several benefits. Benefits of air conditioner replacement Higher efficiency: The efficiency of your system is based on […]
Your home’s high-efficiency A/C can be one of your most powerful weapons in the war against energy usage. For it to be effective, though, you must know how to utilize it.
Tax credits for energy-efficient HVAC appliances were enacted by Congress in the late 1970s. Their focus was to help reduce Americans’ reliance on foreign oil and other polluting forms of energy generation and encourage the use of clean forms of energy.
Perhaps you’ve been putting it off for awhile, but the simple truth is it’s time to replace a piece of heating or cooling equipment for your Colorado home. Luckily, with Energy Star’s Most Efficient label, you’ll no longer have to spend weeks or months selecting your new unit.
Air conditioners have a sometimes bewildering array of options that are designed to increase the unit’s efficiency and performance. Here are some of the more important features to look for when you’re thinking about an upgrade.
When you’re replacing your air conditioner or having it serviced, you may run into some unfamiliar terms. Here’s an explanation of some air conditioning basics and the terms that may puzzle you at first encounter.
An air-source heat pump provides highly efficient home cooling and heating. Correctly installed, it can deliver as much as three times more energy than it consumes. The heat pump does this by absorbing warmth from the outdoor air and releasing it in your home when it’s cold outside. The heat pump works in reverse when […]
A new air conditioner is a major investment. Whether you are replacing a worn out unit or upgrading your air conditioner to save money on utility bills, this is a decision to make with a lot of information in hand. Choosing the right air conditioner for your home means weighing a number of factors.