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At a Glance
- Better Business Bureau
- Bonded Technicians
- Guarantee on Service
- Maintenance Agreements
- Radio Dispatched
- Rebate Program
- State Licensed #HM01519
Up to $1,300 instant rebate on Westinghouse ecoLogic™ systems!
Save big on Westinghouse from April 1 - June 30, 2013. Ask us for details and qualifying systems.
Offer Valid from: 4/1/2013 to 6/30/2013
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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.
How to Save Energy by Using Your Thermostat
"How well are you using your programmable thermostat? Think about when your family wakes up, leaves the house and goes to bed. Then, set your thermostat to change temperature at these times. Realize winter savings by programming your thermostat to drop by eight degrees when you’re away and when you’re sleeping. In the summer, increase the temperature by seven degrees when you’re away and by four degrees when you’re sleeping. And never override your thermostat or place it on hold. Turning the temperature way up or down won’t make your system heat or cool faster, but it will make it work overtime and wreak havoc on your energy bills. Ask us, the Westinghouse HVAC experts, how to optimize your settings during your next pre-season checkup. It could save you as much as $180 a year. "
What You Need to Know About SEER
The terms you encounter when shopping for a new A/C system can be confusing. Like SEER, or seasonal energy efficiency ratio. This is a measure of an air conditioning system’s efficiency over an entire cooling season. The higher the SEER number, the greater the efficiency—and therefore the energy savings. Today, U.S. regulatory agencies require all new products to have a 13.0 SEER rating or better. As Westinghouse heating and air experts, we can help you choose the right A/C system to optimize your home comfort and energy savings. Call us for more information today.