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How To Save On Your Energy Costs

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If your heating and ventilation system is not running optimally then you will be paying higher energy bills. This will explain what you need to do.

If your heating and ventilation system is not running optimally then you will be paying higher energy bills. This will explain what you need to do.


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  • 1. How To Save On Your Energy Costs Your HVAC System
  • 2. Introduction• Most of us spend far too much money on our gas and electricity bills and a lot of the time it is the fault of their HVAC system not operating efficiently.• Lower your energy bills by reading this.
  • 3. Optimize Your HVAC• A substantial reduction in electricity costs can be obtained if the HVAC system is running optimally.• This is normally beyond the remit of the average home owner or business property owner and is best left to qualified engineers.
  • 4. Reducing The Load On The System• This is not a quick fix and need to form part of a longer term plan and it will cost money initially but the return on investment will come with reduced utility bills.• The areas to look at here will include the insulation of your home or building, the use of energy efficient windows, the installation of double glazed windows, converting to energy saving.
  • 5. Assessing Your Current System• If your existing system is more than 12 years of age then it really is time to think about changing it for a new, more efficient system.• When going for a new system never install something larger than you really need as this will increase your energy costs. Look for high efficiency energy star equipment that will be very efficient and save you money in the long term
  • 6. Install Efficient Control Systems• Make sure that you install digital programmable thermostats for your system. These are fairly commonplace these days and you can control the turning on and off of your system seven days a week.• This is a great money saver.
  • 7. Regular Maintenance• Aim for at least an annual inspection and overhaul of your system by a reputable company. Air filters should be replaced regularly and coils cleaned.• Make sure that the whole job is documented properly and that you are given a record of the service.
  • 8. Conclusion• If you do not look after your HVAC system you are just throwing money away with increased energy bills. Components such as air conditioning can be very expensive to run if they are not maintained correctly.
  • 9. Save Energy Costs• Did you know that over a third of your electricity bill is spent by the everyday home owner or business building owner to provide HVAC services which are heating, ventilating and air conditioning?• It is essential to provide an efficient HVAC system so that the interior of the building is maintained at the right temperature for the climate and more importantly it is healthy.
  • 10. Your HVAC System Is Costing You Money• Now everybody wants to save money on their fuel bills so just how do you cut your electricity expenses and still maintain the same level of comfort and health in your building?• Well the truth is that most HVAC systems are running inefficiently and costing their owners more money than they should.