Heating and cooling costs the average homeowner about $1,000 a year. This is nearly half the home’s total energy bill.
Your system has to work PROPERLY in order to consume the right energy, no matter how cold or hot air is delivering
For that reason, if your electric bills are higher than average, there's a big chance your HVAC System is not working properly.
Common symptoms of a defective system:
Unit doesn't stop working
Thermostat is always at 78 degrees or higher
Some rooms cool or heat slower than other rooms
Some rooms do not cool at all
With one single call you could save up to 40% in your electricity bill. Our certified technicians will make a detailed evaluation of your AC Unit determining where energy consumption can be reduced by giving you several options to find the best solution.
Most common problems of high electricity bills are:
Unattached or leaky ducts
Many times you are "cooling/heating your attic" making your unit work constantly and sending almost zero air to a specific room.
HVAC System Low Tonnage
It's very common to make some remodeling in the house without paying attention to the cubic feet added. That makes the AC overwork with bad results.
Leaking Freon and damages to external unit
Low maintenance makes units work more than average and reduction the capacity of cooling/heating.
If your central air conditioning unit is more than 12 years old, replacing it with an ENERGY STAR qualified model could cut your cooling costs by 30%
Earning the ENERGY STAR means products meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency. By choosing ENERGY STAR certified heating and cooling equipment and taking steps to optimize its performance, you can enhance the comfort of your home while saving energy.
Saving energy helps you save money on utility bills and protect our climate by helping prevent harmful carbon pollution and reducing other greenhouse gases.