Accuse me of being too literal or accuse me of having too
much time on my hands (not true) but it seemed to me that the
name for our equipment maintenance and benefits
program - U.S.A., short for Ultimate Savings Agreement
- wasn’t very self-explanatory. It w...
Congress has reinstated the 25C Tax Credit for high
efficiency heating and cooling equipment that expired at the end of
2011. Bonus: they made it retroactive to Jan. 1,
2012! Roughly defined, the tax credit covers 15 SEER split
system heat pumps, 16 SEER split system air conditione...
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As we approach the warmer weather, something to consider is using a programable thermostat to save money.
People often ask if an air conditioner has to work harder to bring a house back to the appropriate temperature instead of maintaining a comfortable temperature all day long? The truth is your AC will cycle on and off several times during the day to maintain the comfortable temperature. This is much harder on your system than if it runs continuously to bring the temperature up as much as 10 to 15 degrees. So if you will be gone from the house for several hours, it’s a good idea to program your thermostat to prevent the system from running while you are away.