If you are experiencing increased heating and cooling costs it may be time to consider a new heating and air conditioning system or the possibility of an upgrade.
How can an upgrade help?
Reduce energy consumption
If your home is 50 years or older, you could be paying 25 percent or more in utility bills than you need to be. Installing an energy-efficient Heat Pump can considerably cut down on the amount of energy you use heating and cooling your home.
Lower your costs
A retrofit forced-air option, can save on your existing heating, ventilation and air conditioning system expenses.
A ductless mini-split HVAC system is easy to install because a costly duct system does not need to be installed. This means fewer hassles and lower installation costs for you. It also provides an instant energy-saving advantage.
Several options and styles to choose
There are several options of heating system to choose from that will fit your needs and budget. Choose models that you can configure to run to individual controlled zones from a single condensing unit. The individual controlled zones come with their own thermostats, so you can heat and cool the rooms you want. That kind of upgrade can lead to a lot of cost-savings.