Taking part in the “green movement” entails recycling and reusing in an effort to help protect the environment. It also means you should conserve. Limiting the amount of energy you use and turning extra lights off are good first steps. But there’s even more that you can do to help Mother Nature and reduce the amount of energy wasted!
Comfort systems, like furnaces and air conditioners, are the two biggest users of energy in homes today. They also tend to be two of the biggest wasters. That’s why if you want to improve the energy efficiency of your home, it starts by making changes to your comfort system. Thankfully, creating a “Green Home Comfort System” is easy!
Below you can find a list of home improvements and EcoSharp products that are exclusive to Green Screened HVAC contractors. These EcoSharp products have been developed to drastically reduce the amount of energy a home comfort system would require. Here are several ways you can “Go Green and Save Green”:
Stop heating and cooling areas of
your home you aren’t using!
Why spend so much money heating or cooling your home when you’re not there? Or why heat and cool rooms that you’re rarely in? To solve these energy- and money-wasting problems, there are two things you can do. Click here to find out how!
Make sure your home’s airflow isn’t being cramped!
Usually, you count on your ductwork to carry warm and cool air throughout your home to keep your family comfortable. But if your ductwork has a problem, your home comfort system could be in serious trouble. Click here to find out what you can do!
Maximize your current home comfort systems abilities!
Your home comfort system needs periodic attention to run efficiently. Its vital internal components get caked with dirt, dust, and gunk. If your furnace and air conditioner never get serviced, all that filth makes them run much harder than necessary to cool and heat your home. Click here to see more!
Install a high-efficiency furnace and air conditioner!
If you have home comfort system that was installed 20, even 8 or 10 years ago, it’s probably outdated and wasting tons of energy. It may be so inefficient that you could be spending thousands of extra dollars because of it. Click here to find the solution!
How you can take part in saving the environment and reduce your HVAC system's energy consumption with a Home Conservation Evaluation!