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Energy Star Helps You Select Energy-Efficient HVAC Equipment

Energy Star Helps You Select Energy-Efficient HVAC EquipmentThe Energy Star program helps consumers select products and appliances which use less electricity than alternatives with standard rates of consumption. If you’re upgrading your home’s HVAC equipment, look for the Energy Star symbol on products including air conditioners, furnaces, water heaters and heat pumps.

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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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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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Tax Credits & Utility Rebates Give You A Leg Up On HVAC Upgrades

Recently, the government has extended tax credits through the end of 2011 on all heating and cooling equipment that meets Energy Star’s requirements. This means that now is the best time to upgrade your system to a more energy-efficient model. The energy-efficient models that meet the requirements for the tax credits and utility rebates will not only drop the cost of your utility bills through energy savings, but can now be installed in your home for a discounted price.

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