Cranking up strong and reliable air conditioning systems is the best way to beat the summer heat, especially if you don’t have a pool or lake nearby where you can take a quick dip. As a result, it should come as no surprise that, in 2012, an estimated 87% of American homes used some form of AC. But, unfortunately, even the most dependable units do not last forever, even if homeowners invest in the necessary air conditioning services and upkeep. In the same way that your beloved old car isn’t going to run forever, at some point you’ll need an AC replacement. Thankfully, there are a handful of signs that let you know when it’s time.
Let’s talk taxes. No, don’t run away yet. We’re going to talk about tax credits and rebates on a new HVAC system. When you purchase a new HVAC system, if it meets certain energy efficiency ratings set by the federal government, state government, manufacturers, local government, and utility providers, you could be eligible for a rebate or credit. How much this is and how often you can claim it is a rather large subject so we’ll focus on the most relevant info, the manufacturer credits. Equipment manufacturers such as Daikin derive their tax credit guidelines directly from the federal government.
If you’re like most people, you desire to keep the inside of your home as safe as possible. One factor you may not have considered is the ongoing quality of your indoor air. If you use an HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) system in your home, your indoor air quality (IAQ) can be impacted by the condition of this system. Homeowners who keep their HVAC units well-maintained can expect several health- and safety-related benefits. Continue reading
Winter is fast approaching and every homeowner, business owner and renter is thinking about ways to cut down on winter energy costs. There are also consumers who have given up on trying to reduce the amount of energy their heating system consumes.
Well, Simply The Best Heating and Cooling has some great news for everyone. There are simple, but effective ways of reducing winter heating costs. Continue reading
Your air conditioning and heating system is a very important investment in your home.
For efficient performance, changing the air filter is crucial. It saves money, increases the lifespan of the HVAC unit, and keeps everyone comfortable.
Learn more about changing your unit’s air filter. Continue reading