Do you love saving money while being cool and comfortable in the summer heat? If so, high efficiency HVAC equipment is the answer. A new high efficiency furnace or air conditioner will pay for itself over time due to the energy saving benefits.
Other awesome benefits of higher efficiency HVAC equipment include:
Comfort control. Thanks to variable-speed technology, modulating gas valves and other 21st century advances, modern high efficiency systems produce more even heating; maintain temperature at a more constant level; provide more consistent air flow; and offer superior humidity control compared to older systems.
Programmable thermostats. Programmable thermostat systems come standard with a high efficiency system and provide unprecedented control over temperatures in specific zones of your home. Inevitably some rooms need to be heated or cooled more than others, and zoning can provide energy savings alongside the comfort of consistently optimal temperatures. The ability to pre-program temperatures is also ideal for people who are away from home for set periods of time. Homeowners can save annually in energy costs just through proper use of a programmable thermostat.
Superior air flow. High efficiency systems feature variable speed motors that ensure consistent air flow throughout your home. Not only does better air flow translate into better regulated temperature, it also helps to remove air impurities, prevent mold and simply create a more pleasant and healthy breathing environment, with the help of an upgraded filtration system.
Peace and quiet. The high-tech sound absorbing materials in modern high efficiency systems make operating noise non-existent compared to older models, ensuring your HVAC system is felt but not heard.
Longer operating life. As high efficiency systems minimize on-and-off cycling, they typically require less extreme repairs (when properly maintained) and will last longer than lower efficiency systems.
Environmental impact. In this case, what’s good for your home and your wallet is also good for the Earth. High efficiency systems use one-third less fuel as compared to older models, which means less waste and better conservation of natural resources.
Extended warranties. A new heating system is a significant investment, so you’ll want to take the time to understand the warranties that come with it. Bryant and Comfortmaker high efficiency systems installed by Sears Heating & Cooling come with 10 year part warranties that provide home owners with long-term peace of mind.
Increased resale value. When evaluating a property, prospective home buyers must consider the quality of a home’s HVAC system and the cost of operating it. Installing a high efficiency heating and cooling system raises the value of your home and may even help you sell it faster.Beat The Heat With a Programmable Thermostat » « Energy Efficiency