Fast, friendly, reliable service</li></li></ul><li>7<br />Cool Breeze<br />Key Personnel<br />Joe Smith – Owner<br />In business for XX years<br />Jim Smith – Sales Manager<br />In the business for 35 years<br />Jane Smith – Office Clerk<br />Employee<br />Photo<br />Here<br />
8<br />Some Startling Facts<br />Home Improvement and Remodeling Contractors #1 on hit list!<br />96%<br />of all contractors FAIL<br />within first two years!<br />10.7 MILLION COMPLAINTS!<br />80% of consumers taking lowest bid had MAJOR PROBLEMS in getting job completed<br />What should you look for in a contractor?<br />
High Efficiency System</li></ul>Insulating for Performance<br />
18<br />Where Energy is Used in Your Home<br />
19<br />Controlling Utility Cost<br />Purchase an energy-efficient model. Select an energy-efficient central air conditioner by looking at the SEER (seasonal energy efficiency ratio) rating. The higher the rating, the more efficient the unit.<br />Choose the right size equipment. Oversized equipment costs more money. A qualified heating contractor can determine the size of the equipment needed for your home. The contractor uses the size and configuration of your home to determine proper size.<br />Keep the thermostat clear of heat. Don’t position heat-producing devices such as lamps and TVs close to your thermostat. Heat from these devices could cause the thermostat to read a temperature higher than the true room temperature. This may lead to excessive cooling and wasted energy.<br />Keep the condenser and filter clean. Keep leaves, grass and other debris away from the outside condenser. Also, clean the filter monthly and replace it as needed. (Your central AC uses the same filter as your furnace.) A clean condenser and filter help the unit run more efficiently.<br />
20<br />Current Tax Rebate for Homeowners<br />Why Now?<br />Cut the soaring costs of heating and cooling energy bills* by up to 20% and claim up to a $500 tax credit.<br />*ENERGY STAR: http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=home_sealing.hm_improvement_methodology. Savings vary. Find out why in the seller’s fact sheet on R-values. Higher R-values mean greater insulating power. **For qualified energy-efficiency improvements. The federal tax credit cap is now $500. Consult your tax advisor or visit www.energystar.gov for more information.<br />
21<br />At Cool Breeze, We Are Your Energy Professionals<br />
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