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What does it take to install a simple central air system?

Air conditioning is something most people take for granted until it's broken.

If your a new home buyer, you will be faced with replacing a component or the entire system at some point in time. It's expensive equipment.  I sell 13 and 14 SEER equipment all the time.  The higher the SEER Rating the better the equipment is built to save energy.

So why do Air conditioning tech's charge so much? If we truly love our jobs and want to help people  stay happy shouldn't it be less expensive?

Making A neglected House a Home

How many times have we considered calling the power company because the bill was just way too high? How many of us have invested in new windows or insulated our home to keep it comfortable all year round?  Did it solve the problem?  My approach to high price utility bills is practical.  Get someone over who will take off the panel and find out which circuits are pulling the most "JUICE" power and determine why. You might have an issue no one ever suspected, but you bought the home "AS-IS" so it's your baby.

Using a cell phone to control indoor air quality, temperature and humidity

Lot's of people have upgraded to the new SMART thermostats like the NEST, allowing us to monitor and control our furnace or heat pump remotely.  This technology helps us save natural resources. FYI:  If you sign up with HomeServe USA, a national warranty company that I work for, you may quality for a FREE NEST thermostat! I install them and will answer your questions.They retail for around $275 at Lowe's. It takes a few hours to get it installed and programmed. By the way, if you research these you will find that some units fail to keep the battery charged and the furnace will shut down!

Managing your energy cost effectively

When it comes to saving money on energy we know the government has been involved, but they are really just behind the people who are building new appliances to advance technology.  It's not a bad idea, but it's all about making money and boosting the economy. You probably have seen the yellow stickers on your appliances and the marketing about " going GREEN."
 
When it comes to really saving money on energy you have to consider doing doing a little homework on your home.

Financing Home Improvements (HVAC)

Hello, it's David-Is it time for a home improvement loan?

Here is the link to AMS financial Services in South Carolina.



As a contractor, I am frequently in homes that need a new furnace or in a home that recently had one installed.  Why do some people buy a new heating/cooling system every ten years and others wait until there old ones is 20, 30 years old...or DEAD?

The answer for some is making a big investment in your home always pays off when you want to sell quickly!  Others make changes because it makes sense to be energy efficient and energy wise.
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