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Here is the first of a series of videos that we will be showcasing every week on the ECI Comfort Website. We hope to not only show you the services that we offer, but to share great tips to help you improve the comfort of your home. This week we feature a video of a Home Assessment that ECI Comfort performed at the Morgan residence in the Parkwood section of Philadelphia.
Upgrading your heating and air conditioning equipment is never more affordable. Homeowners in Southeastern Pennsylvania, which includes Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery, Delaware and Chester counties, can upgrade their heaters and air conditioners with new high efficiency equipment. Financing Rates of .99, 4.99 and 5.99 percent are available for terms up to 10 years to help make high efficiency equipment affordable to almost all homeowners. For example, for a 10 year $10,000.00 loan, the monthly payment is less than 100.00 per month. This payment is largely offset by utility savings incurred with the newer high efficiency equipment.
If you live in the Philadelphia area served by PGW for natural gas, there are some really good rebates out there that you should know about for upgrading your home heating equipment.
You save big by updating older inefficient natural gas heaters and use less natural gas with savings up to 40 to 50 percent. PGW is giving rebates of 2000.00 to upgrade old inefficient boilers with new boilers that are 94 percent efficient or better.
Residential and commercial buildings consume over 40 percent of the overall energy usage in the United States. These buildings represent a huge opportunity to reduce our nation’s overall energy usage as well as it dependence on foreign sources of energy.
You may have not heard, but on Friday, November 8th, there was a devastating storm, called Typhoon Haian (or Yolanda) in northern Cebu, Philippines. Although the absolute is unknown, it is known that over 10,000 people perished and over 600,000 people lost their homes. These people have been completely displaced and are in great need of food, water and medical attention.