Why Choose Energy Efficient Products?
Simply put, energy efficient products matter when trying to save money and lower energy bills. If you have a three-year old dishwasher, it may not make sense to splurge for the latest model to purchase an Energy Star appliance. However; if your appliances, including your HVAC system, are at the end of their lifespan, it’s important to look at the Energy Star label.
Newer, energy-efficient appliances will help you save money over the next decades and saving a little money goes a long way over time! Typically, heating and cooling systems last 15-20 years. How old is your furnace and air conditioner? Spotting the Energy Star logo on a qualified product means its met certain standards and specifications. Learn more at https://www.energystar.gov/about.
Whether you are building a new house or remodeling an older one, it’s best to research the most efficient heating and cooling system and appliances available. Energy Star qualified HVAC systems are also better for the environment and are part of the 1992 Clean Air Act. This voluntary program run by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) goal is to recognize and promote energy-efficient products and buildings to consumers, so they can reduce energy consumption and pollution.
Energy Star helps Americans save billions of kilowatt hours of electricity each year, reducing millions of metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions. It’s a great way to “go green” and protect your environment, too.
Viviano can help answer questions you have about Energy Star and the most energy-efficient HVAC systems, including Trane, for your home and your budget!
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