Energy Saving Ideas for Your Home
Is your home comfort system as good as it could be? Here are a few questions you might want to ask yourself:
- Is your home comfortable day and night, all year
- Is your current system quiet and energy efficient?
- Does your current air conditioner dehumidify as it
- Is your home too dry in winter? Is there too much
static electricity? Or are family members coughing
because of dry inside air?
- Do family members suffer from allergies?
- Are certain rooms or areas too hot or too cold
depending on the season?
- Does your system go on and off too frequently?
If you're not satisfied with your current system, let us
recommend and install one that will maximize your comfort
every day of the year. A new Trane system could be more
energy efficient too, which means you'll save money on your
What Is a Home Comfort System?
A home comfort system is more than just a furnace and
air conditioner. It should be a system that is made up of individual
- Air conditioners
- Heat pumps
- Air handlers
- Heat coils
- High-efficiency air-filtration systems
- Programmable thermostats
- Duct systems
Each component should be designed to work with every other
component to form an integrated "matched" unit. Depending on
your specific needs, a good home comfort manufacturer uses these components to build a
system that maximizes your home's comfort, reduces energy
consumption, purifies the air inside your home and lowers
your utility bills.
Why is This Important?
You have to find a name you can trust for top-quality,
innovative home comfort systems. Their products should be engineered to the
tightest specifications and manufactured to the highest
standards in the industry.
- Outstanding durability
- Proven reliability
- Top energy efficiency ratings
Their systems should be built to last. And they
should be perfectly
balanced for better performance, greater efficiency and
Highly Efficient for Lower
Make sure your manufacturer offers the most
energy-efficient equipment available. Their products should meet the government-backed
Energy Star guidelines for superior energy efficiency -
delivering the heating and cooling power you want, but using less
You want energy-efficient equipment that helps improve indoor air
quality while reducing indoor pollution. And you want it to lower
your heating and air conditioning bills by up to 20%, too.
What's more, you want an installed system that adds long-term value
to your home.
Relief from Allergy Symptoms
Indoor air quality plays a significant role in allergies.
Poor-quality air can cause allergy symptoms, or make them
worse. You want an electronic air cleaner that actually improves the
quality of the air inside your home. It should remove common
allergens like dust, pollen, animal hair and dander, dust
mites, lint, smoke and cooking grease, even some bacteria.
That means a healthier home environment, and fewer allergy
Compare home comfort systems to see who
backs the best warranties
in the industry. One good reason to shop at places like Home
Depot is that they stand behind the installation service you receive.
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