Homes that replace existing equipment with ENERGY STAR qualified products can lessen their yearly energy bills by 30% (saving around $400). If every home in the U.S. switched just one incandescent light bulb with an ENERGY STAR qualified compact fluorescent light bulb, in just one year, enough energy would be saved to illuminate over 3 million homes and prevent greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to in excess of 800,000 cars and trucks.
How Can I Cut My Energy Costs at Home?
What Is My Best Solution for Emergency Power?
A backup power generator is what we recommend. Your generator options are natural gas, diesel or gasoline, as they can support all or part of your home during a[n outage| power outage| blackout]13]. Call us today for more information on the ideal backup power solution for your home.
What Should I Do Before I Call You?
Check your breaker. Occasionally, the problem may be simply a tripped breaker. Sometimes, breakers wear out and need to be replaced. Please call us at (407) 337-7925 if you need more information on how to check your breakers safely.
Can I Update an Older Home With Smart Home Technology?
If you own an older home, it is still possible for you to acquire the devices to have a smart home. Most of the devices only require a wi-fi connection. As long as you have that, then you should be fine!
Do I Have to Make My Whole House Smart?
No, it’s not necessary to make your whole home a smart home. Some people only desire a few things in their home, and others might want to install everything they find! It really depends on what you want.
Smart Home FAQs
We at United States Heating & Air Conditioning want you to have as much control over the comfort of your home as possible. These are exciting home renovations, but come with many options. See our FAQs on the subject here to to make sure you have all the knowledge you need to make the right choices for your home.