1. Keep your
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Heating & Cooling System Running
Efficiently by Scheduling Service
in the Fall
Your heating and cooling system is most likely the highest energy-using appliance in your home during the hot days of spring and summer, then again when things cool down in the fall and winter. There are ways to help your system run more efficiently during peak-usage periods. Having your comfort system serviced in spring and fall is a wise choice. A professional HVAC service technician can provide the proper inspection of the system to be certain the system is running properly. Clogged filters, duct leakage, improper air balance and clogged evaporative coils are some of the reasons a system may not be running efficiently, causing the system to work harder, drawing more energy usage.
GW Richardson Heating and Air Conditioning Nate-certified technicians can provide full-system preventive maintenance for a reasonable cost so you can be confident that you'll stay cool in the heat and cozy in the cold - while keeping your bills lower year round.
GW Richardson Heating & Air 295-0115
2. Take your Electric Bill Down while Boosting Efficiency
Every solar system stands to save you money long term, but why delay your savings when you don't have to? Because of special, super-low financing offers, you could own your solar system in 12 years for only a little bit more each month, when compared to a lease. The upside? You'll start saving money instantly, as your payment should be less than the electric bill you're running up now. And, in 12 years, all the electricity you generate is yours - for free.
Pacific Blue Solar 259-1004
3. Choose Honeycomb Shades that Add Style,
Energy Savings to your Home
Duette Architella by Hunder Douglas offers not just versatility with an expansive selection of fabrics, colors and pleat sizes for a custom look. The stylish shade, which is available with PowerRise also boasts a honeycomb-within-a-honeycomb design that insulates your windows (Keeping the heat and cold out and your ideal temperatures in!).
The Vertical Factory 298-1230