Vacations are supposed to be carefree and devoid of stress – however that time on the beach and nice hotel probably cost you a pretty penny. But, you can offset some of your vacation expenses by following these few energy-saving tips below, you can actually save money while you’re out of town.
While you’re taking a break, you can actually give your home appliances a little break too. A vacation gives you a great opportunity to go green, save some green and help make your home a little more energy efficient in your absence.
Did you know that here in North Texas 60% to 70% of your monthly utility bill is the result of Heating and Air Conditioning your home?
No matter what time of year, whether it’s January or July, your heating and air conditioning costs make up the majority of your electric and natural gas bills. Particularly here in North Texas, where it’s not uncommon for the summer temperatures to climb into triple digits and the winter months to see snow and ice, heating and AC costs can be killer especially if you heat with electricity.
The overall differences between Trane, Rheem, Amana, Goodman, Lennox and Carrier Heating and Air Conditioning Systems are very small. Selling one brand over another can be difficult and often confusing to clients. These customers and clients can get frustrated and overwhelmed by large number of brands. It’s easy to understand how clients can become frustrated with contractors who don’t succeed in differentiating themselves from the others – resulting in these clients simply looking for the lowest bidder.
Efficient Home Solutions is a Dallas and Plano-based Heating and Air Conditioning Company whose focus is on Energy Efficient in Home or Office Comfort. EHS is family-owned and carefully managed with customer satisfaction as out main goal.
Earlier this morning, Efficient Home Solutions dispatched a technician to visit one of our customers in Addison. The homeowner complained of a strong chemical smell emanating from her vents when the heater was turned on.
Upon inspection of the home’s heating unit, our technician found the system to be unsealed. The chemical smell was a result of cold, dusty and chemical fill air getting sucked into the unsealed system, getting heated and then spread all throughout the house.