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At a Glance
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Up to $1,300 instant rebate on Westinghouse systems!
GAME CHANGER REBATE! Save big on Westinghouse from October 1 through December 31, 2015. Ask us for details and qualifying systems.
Offer Valid from: 10/1/2015 to 12/31/2015
Restrictions and Limitations may apply.
When to Air Out the Inside
Did you know that your efforts to save energy could be compromising your indoor air quality? That’s because harmful elements can’t escape an airtight environment, and become concentrated indoors instead. We recommend that you “air out” your home about once a week. In the winter, turn off your heating system and open a few windows while you make a run to the grocery store or take a walk around the neighborhood. In the summer, open windows at night and keep them closed during the heat of the day. As Westinghouse heating and air experts, we can recommend additional products and practices to improve the air quality of your home. Call us for a consultation today.
Where a Heat Pump Is a Good Idea
Will a heat pump save you money? If you live where temperatures typically stay above freezing and electric rates are low, the answer is most likely yes. Heat pumps draw heat from outdoor air in winter and release it inside. In summer, the process is reversed. The cost of buying and installing a heat pump divided by the total hours used each year is often less than that of buying and installing individual heating and air systems. As Westinghouse HVAC experts, we can recommend a heat pump or other equipment that can cut your energy bills while keeping your home more comfortable. Call us for a consultation today.
Selecting an Air Conditioner That's Right for Your Home
Don’t be tempted to buy a bigger air conditioner than you need. Instead, choose the most energy-efficient unit that will cool the size space you have. A larger than necessary unit will cost more to run and may not keep your home as comfortable as the right-sized equipment. For help with understanding energy-efficient air conditioning options and selecting the system that’s right for you, contact us, the Westinghouse heating and air experts.