If you want solutions and advice to reduce energy consumption while heating & cooling your SLC home, then speak with our energy efficiency pros at Scott Hale Plumbing, Heating & Air.
We can help with a range of solutions, including:
Controlling the levels of humidity means your heating & air systems don’t have to work as hard to reach desired temperatures – the less energy you waste the less money you spend.
Heating & air manufacturer’s are producing systems that provide greater energy efficiency potential. Those improvements have seen air systems improve from 10SEER to 20SEER and heating systems providing up to 98.5% AFUE. This means less energy wasted on inefficiencies and you using less energy to enjoy the same level of comfort. You could even offset some of the cost of upgrading to a new system with the potential energy savings to be made.
The Right Capacity System
If the heating or air system in your home is too small, it has to work harder costing you more to operate. We can assess the capacity of your current system and provide expert advice on the right size you need to comfortably and efficiently heat or cool your home.
Choosing A Professional To Install
If you’ve purchased a new heating or air system, it’s best to ensure a professional installs it for you. The EPA highlight the importance of a professional installation to ensure you get the most out of your systems energy efficiency potential. Plus, as professionals, we’re on hand to offer operational advice and answer any system or energy efficiency questions you may have.
Taking Care Of Your System
With periodic care and attention, your system will better maintain efficiency as well as avoid preventable breakdowns. To keep your system operating efficiently and lasting you longer, call and book a periodic tune up today.
Digital Programmable Thermostats
Adding a programmable thermostat to control your heating and air systems, gives you improved control over operation as well as efficiency levels. With access to an app, you could even control your systems remotely.
Home zoning splits your home’s heating & air ducts into zones (groups). Each zone is capable of independent control from the other zones. You could save by only operating zones in use or those which require temperature control. You can also set zones to different temperatures at the same time. With greater control over where and what temperature, you have greater control over how much energy is being used to heat or cool your house.
To begin saving on energy use and related costs, call and speak with SLC’s energy efficiency experts at Scott Hale Heating & Air today.