Looking for ways to increase comfort and decrease energy bills this year? Insulating your attic is a simple but effective way to keep the warm or cool air in and lower energy use as a result. Continue reading for tips on insulating your attic.
Overall inflation and increase in energy costs over recent years have many homeowners wondering how they can lower heating costs this winter while still keeping warm. We'll cover seven common heating mistakes that are costing you extra money, and how you can fix them going into this winter.
With renewed tax credits and rebates under the "Inflation Reduction Act", you can receive money back just for installing a new energy-efficient system! The 25C Tax Credit, which is an extension of an existing tax credit, covers eligible services and home improvements such as heat pumps, heat pump water heaters, insulation and air sealing, energy audits, and more.
On Tuesday, August 16, 2022, President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) into law. Now one of the largest legislative packages that has been moved in years, the IRA covers healthcare, climate change, and tax bill.
Energy Kinetics' System 2000 Boiler combines heat and hot water into one and delivers maximum comfort and efficiency. It eliminates the flaws associated with traditional boiler systems and provides many benefits to homeowners. By comparing homes with all factors constant except for the heating system, Energy Kinetics found that the System 2000 had an average annual savings of 40 percent. Continue reading below to learn some of the many features and benefits of this system.
There are many certainties in life and a heating bill in the cold wintry months is one of them, but a higher than usual bill is not planned or welcomed. Luckily, with a proper diagnosis of the issue, it can be easy to fix and get back on track with your winter regularities and hopefully some savings.
With winter officially here, it's time for cold weather home maintenance. Here are some easy, helpful tips and DIY tricks that can not only save you on your heating bill but also on your long-term expenses down the road.
A while back we received a call from a long-time Levittown, Pa. customer who was concerned about black marks on the walls above his baseboard heaters. This issue is known as "ghosting" or "thermal tracking", which is a relatively common phenomenon that plagues both old and new construction. Here’s a look into the causes and some things you can do to prevent this from happening in your home.
Between the initiative to move away from fossil fuels and the growing demand for high-performance, high-efficiency systems, heat pumps are quickly becoming the go-to for both residential and commercial systems. In an article from Plumbing & Mechanical Magazine, Ian McIver, product manager for Bosch, stated that "people are turning away from fossil fuels...and moving more toward heat pump systems simply because they are so much more efficient." Hydronic heat pumps, specifically, have begun to take the HVAC industry by storm as they start to replace traditional boiler systems.
Mitsubishi Electric HVAC systems provide homeowners with unmatched energy efficiency, performance, and customized control. With a Mitsubishi HVAC system, your home can get comfortable heating and cooling year round while still maintaining lower energy bills, higher indoor air quality, and precise wireless control from wherever you are.