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Jul 21, 2014 4:47:00 PM by Ron Musser - 0 comments

Does it Pay to Adjust Your Thermostat?

ThermostatMYTH: There is no benefit to constantly adjusting your thermostats when you don’t need as much heating or cooling…such as at night or when nobody’s home.

Many people believe that while this may make sense in milder weather, it doesn't work so well in extreme cold or high heat and humidity conditions that we have in Philadelphia and throughout the Delaware Valley. The thought here is that when its very cold, the energy required to recover and reheat a space from adjusting the temperature down will negate any savings.  The same mindset believes that when trying to cool the older homes in our region, they are too inefficient to constantly let the temperature and humidity rise.  The energy to remove the humidity and return the home to a comfortable temperature isn’t worth the effort.  

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Apr 16, 2014 9:05:53 AM by Ron Musser - 0 comments

Should you have your air conditioning system checked?

I often get asked how important it is to have a central air conditioning system cleaned and checked regularly, and is it really needed, so I thought I would share a story from earlier this week.

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Apr 4, 2014 8:36:07 AM by Steve - 0 comments

Emergency Service - Something we take pride in!

How is your 24 Hour Emergency Service?

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Mar 14, 2014 9:21:05 AM by Steve - 0 comments

How Efficient is your Home? Find out here!

If your like me, you are always trying to find ways to save money. I always do the little things, like making sure I turn the light off when I leave a room, putting my computer at the best Power Saving settings and some other simpler energy saving methods to keep my bills low.

Here is a Easy Home Efficiency Solution

However, I know that I can be, most likely, running more efficient. I found a useful tool on the Energy Star Website that allows you to, with a little bit of information about your home, find out how you measure up when it comes to efficiency. It's called the "Home Energy Yardstick"

Click here to use the tool

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Feb 27, 2014 10:20:19 AM by Steve - 0 comments

A Day on the Job with ECI Comfort

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Feb 20, 2014 9:11:57 AM by Bill Eberhardt - 0 comments

Throwback Thursday - Doylestown 2006

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Jan 10, 2014 9:01:39 AM by Paul Giorgi - 1 comment

High Heating Oil Costs Got You Down?

This winter so far has dealt us some brutally cold weather. With this comes high home heating oil usage as well as the associated high costs. There are many improvements that you can do to burn less oil and obviously save money and quite possibly increase your comfort levels.

The most obvious improvement most HVAC companies would recommend is the replacement of older inefficient boilers and furnaces with newer high efficiency equipment. This alone can save up to 30 percent of fuel usage depending on how old and inefficient your present equipment is. However, this may or may not be the best way to cut costs and improve efficiency.

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Jan 6, 2014 8:57:46 AM by Paul Giorgi - 0 comments

HVAC Jamaican Style

I just recently had the opportunity to go on vacation to Jamaica. It is hard to totally separate yourself on vacation from what you do everyday back home. For me, that is selling HVAC equipment.

I couldn’t help but notice that there were very few buildings that have central air conditioning systems where duct work is used to deliver conditioned air from a central air handler.

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Dec 20, 2013 10:19:22 AM by Paul Giorgi - 0 comments

The High Cost of Leaky Duct Work

According to studies, leaky duct work increases total cooling and heating energy usage by as much as 30%. That’s 30 cents out of every $1 you pay in energy bills. Over the course of a year, this can add up to hundreds of wasted dollars.

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Dec 17, 2013 9:04:43 AM by Paul Giorgi - 0 comments

The importance of Air sealing your home

In typical homes, air leaks are often found at cracks, small holes, and penetrations for plumbing, wiring, lighting, and ductwork. Together, these leaks can add up to as

much air loss as having an open window! It’s easy to imagine how this can increase a homeowner’s utility bills and reduce comfort.

Sealing a home’s envelope—its exterior walls, ceiling, and floors—is an important step in controlling the indoor environment and lowering energy bills. The goal is to reduce air leakage as much as possible, while providing ventilation as needed for fresh air. In other words, “build it tight and ventilate it right.”

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