3 Reasons to Optimize Your HVAC Equipment
Homeowners have good reason to want to get the most heating and cooling out of their HVAC equipment: these systems account for up to 48 percent of a typical household’s utility bills, notes the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). However, the benefit of properly maintaining an HVAC unit or upgrading to a high efficiency model isn’t only financial—though that’s certainly a big one. Following are the 3 top reasons to optimize your HVAC.
3. Sustainability: Another big incentive to optimize your HVAC equipment is the environment. The less electricity your home consumes, the lower your household’s carbon footprint. The government offers further cost savings in the form of tax credits to encourage homeowners to reduce energy dependency by boosting efficiency. These tax credits are a way for homeowners to save money while also feeling good about the decisions they’re making for their families and communities.
2. Convenience: New or properly maintained HVAC equipment doesn’t just save money; it also makes a homeowner’s life easier, as unexpected breakdowns—and the uncomfortable indoor climates that accompany them—are less common.
1. Savings: The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) asserts that an average homeowner can save as much as $750 every year by opting for an Energy Star HVAC system. However, homeowners do not need to replace their existing equipment to boost efficiency and save. Regular maintenance can help too. Below is an infographic The Refrigeration School developed that is a great source of information on DIY and professional HVAC maintenance.
HVAC Optimization Help
Whether your HVAC equipment is newer or older, maintenance is key to improving efficiency and extending its lifetime. Check out the infographic below and navigate around the website for tips and products that can help you optimize your HVAC system.
Huge thanks to Kathy Jackson with The Refrigeration School for this Guest blog.
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This week’s featured client works for Harper Supply in Fort Worth, Texas.
Meet Cherie Harris!
Cherie loves her job at Harper and is full of life. She takes pride in her work, which is why we chose to feature her in this week’s Woman Crush Wednesday post!
A word from Cherie:
I work for Harper Supply LLC. I have been with the company almost a year. We love to care for our customers and provide them the best specialty building maintenance chemicals and supplies ever.
Cherie is happily married and has three dogs and three cats. She really lives every day to the fullest.
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About Harper Supply
Harper Supply LLC offers a variety of specialized solutions for Industrial and Commercial Building and Maintenance needs. Working for you, Harper Supply LLC is constantly seeking the most effective, efficient and environment-friendly “Green Products” to solve your cleaning problems.
As I searched for tips on summer time preventive maintenance to give my readers/ friends, I wondered how much do I know about the HVAC System.
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Shandi Maddox, Corporate Client Services Representative of Controlled Release Technologies, Inc., a research, development and manufacturing firm based in Shelby, North Carolina. CRT is an IFMA CSP, an EnergyStar Partner and manufacturer of independently-certified Green products for HVAC maintenance. Since 1986, CRT has been creating leading edge HVAC maintenance products that have become industry standards, used in thousands of commercial buildings world-wide. CRT employees are members of BOMA, ASHRAE, ASHE and the American Chemical Society. www.cleanac.com