energy efficient

November 19, 2015

What Should You Consider When Looking for a New Furnace?

Purchasing a new furnace is an important investment. Choosing the right one for your home makes a big difference in home comfort and your energy bills. Here are things to consider when making your decision. Energy Efficiency In most cases, you can safely assume a new furnace will be more energy efficient than your old model. However, to ensure you are getting the heating system that is most efficient and ranks high for performance, choose an Energy Star-certified model. These […]
February 20, 2014

Insulation Tips That’ll Improve Your Home’s Energy Efficiency

Even though winters in Georgia are relatively mild, if your home is not properly insulated, you may be wasting a significant amount of money not only on heat during the winter, but also on cooling during the summer. Adding insulation is a cost-effective way to make your home more energy efficient. It can easily be done yourself or with assistance from a contractor using the following tips. Attic Floor Because heat rises, a poorly insulated attic floor is, by far, […]
November 7, 2013

Programmable Thermostats: How They Work for Savings

Does your Peachtree City area home have a programmable thermostat? Programmable thermostats, if installed, programmed and operated properly, can save you big money on your home energy bills. However, for these units to work at their most cost-effective, it’s imperative to use them right. Many people think that turning thermostats down at night and up in the morning is a waste of energy. This commonly held opinion has been proven wrong by scientists as early as the 1970s. In fact, turning the […]
December 27, 2012

Getting The Most From Your Tankless Water-Heating System

Are you considering a tankless water-heating system for your Peachtree City home? This guide will help you optimize your savings and enjoyment of your tankless water-heating system. Before purchasing a tankless water-heating system, you need to have some information in hand. Tankless water-heating systems are rated on flow rate and temperature rise. Knowing these numbers will help you get a system that fits your needs. Flow rate is the gallons per minute produced by the maximum number of outlets that […]