Dec 27, 2016From family members at home to co-workers in the office, it’s difficult for everyone to agree on the ideal thermostat setting, causing temperature wars that can result in constant thermostat adjustments as well as rising temperatures—and frustrations. Read More
Apr 19, 2016SEER, or seasonal energy efficiency ratio, is a rating system used to measure the energy efficiency of a heating and cooling system. The SEER is calculated by the cooling output (BTU) average for a specific time of the year divided by the total energy usage (watts) within that same time frame. SEERs are often associated with saving money and energy because the higher the SEER, the less energy is used, which can save you money on your electric bill. Read More
May 29, 2015For most people, energy efficiency and cost savings are primary concerns when purchasing a new heating and cooling system. But, we often hear from customers who, after purchasing a new system, wonder why it seems to run longer than the old system they replaced.Read More
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