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Energy Evaluations

Ductless Mini-Splits: A Unique Solution For Some Unusual Situations

Ductless mini-splits are an ideal and flexible system that can provide comfort solutions in a number of situations. Whether you are building an addition or part of your home just isn’t getting enough air, mini-splits can help eliminate the shortcomings associated with traditional forced-air systems.

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Degree Days: Your HVAC Contactor Uses Them, And You Can Too

Degree days give you a way to better estimate your energy bills and learn more about how you use energy throughout the year. By using degree days, you can also figure out exactly where your energy costs are going.

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How Your Contractor Will Tailor You High-Efficiency Air Conditioner To Your Home’s Precise Requirements

An air conditioner is a long-term investment in comfort. The system you install today will be with you for a decade or more. Because of this, it is very important that you choose the right A/C system for your home.

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Planning A Late Summer Trip? Program Your Thermostat Before You Go, And Spend Your Savings On Souvenirs

If your family is like many other American families, you’re watching your spending a little more closely these days. But that doesn’t mean you want to do without the things that you’ve always enjoyed, including your much-needed yearly getaway. Finding ways to lower your utility bills can help you have money for your trip and even come home with a little leftover cash. Consider a programmable thermostat.

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Two Terms To Remember When You’re Shopping For An Air Conditioner: SEER And Energy Star

If you’ve been shopping for an air conditioner for your Michigan home, you already know that there are some big differences from one model to the next. Some air conditioners are much more energy-efficient than others, providing the same amount of cool air while using less electricity and saving you money on your utility bills. These high-efficiency systems don’t look much different than their low-efficiency counterparts, though.

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Landscaping To Boost Your Home’s Insulation

Everyone knows that improving the energy efficiency of your home can lower your monthly utility bills. But did you know that something as simple as landscaping could improve your home’s energy efficiency? Strategically planned landscaping can increase your home’s insulation, thereby helping you keep your heating and cooling costs down.

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Use These Tips To Decide: Repair Or Replace?

The heating and cooling equipment in your home is an important asset.   Do you know when it’s time to repair or replace your system? Below is a list of reasons why you should consider upgrading your system or get it repaired.

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You Can Make Geothermal Air Conditioning A Reality, Along With Savings

Homeowners in Grand Traverse County and the surrounding areas know that the summers can get pretty hot and the winters can get really cold. This change in temperature levels between the seasons can cause you to pay more money than necessary to keep your home comfortable. However, geothermal heating and cooling systems can provide you with a solution to that problem. They are far more efficient than traditional air conditioners and will help you cut the cost of your utility bills through energy savings.

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Energy Evaluations Provide Steps To Improve Efficiency

With energy prices continuing to rise, you might be looking for ways to cut back on your utility bills. An energy evaluation, conducted by a professional, will provide you with ways that you can increase the energy-efficiency of your home. These energy evaluations can provide a ton of energy savings and will end up paying for themselves very quickly.

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Air Conditioning Installation Factors That Affect Efficiency

If you’re getting a new air conditioning system before the hot summer months get here, you will want to make sure that the contractor you choose knows how to install it correctly. Surprising as it may seem, in a lot of cases, air conditioners are not installed properly. This results in a less-efficient air conditioner and more money spent on utility bills.

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