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Tips to make your HVAC system more efficient

Did you know that nearly half of energy used in your home goes to heating and cooling? If you are looking for ways to reduce your carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions, consider some of these improvements you can make to your HVAC system. 

Change your air filters- Replacing your air filters is essential to the healthy air you breathe inside your home. Making a habit today to regularly change your filters every 60-90 days will improve your health and filter the air inside your home. 

Invest in a programmable thermostat- Smart thermostats allow programming schedules that reduce your heating and cooling when you're not around! You can even access your thermostat from your smartphone from virtually anywhere! 

Consider upgrading your current system- Upgrading your system to a more efficient one such as a heat pump will reduce your energy bills while running more sustainable than any other system - leaving more more money in your pocket! 
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Repair vs. Replace 

Wondering if repairing or replacing your system is the better option? Look no further- use this guide made by ECI to help make your decision. 
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Switch to a Smart Thermostat in 2023 

Make a smart choice for the planet- and your wallet. Features included in a smart thermostat will keep your carbon footprint low, and your wallet full. 
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7 Things You Should Know About The IRA and Heat Pump Incentives 

The Inflation Reduction Act allows homeowners to apply and receive tax credits/rebates for installing more efficient and sustainable systems in their homes- such as heat pumps. 

Do you want extra cash for summer fun? 

ECI shares our top 6 tips to keeping your wallet full and your comfort high. Click on the photo to the right to learn how you can save on your electricity bills this summer! 
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Heat pumps are about to become your new two-in-one best friend. What does this mean?
Heat pumps replace both your heating and cooling system- simplifying your home upkeep. Heat pumps are the greenest HVAC systems currently on the market! They're fully powered by electricity, so they generate less carbon dioxide than traditional methods powered by oil or natural gas. With their extreme efficiency, they significantly reduce your home's environmental footprint and energy bill. 

How do they work, you ask? Well, heat pumps work by extracting heat from the air or ground outside your home and transferring it inside. This means that they don't need to generate heat themselves, like traditional furnaces or boilers, which can be costly and emit greenhouse gases. 

Plus, heat pumps can last up to 20 years or more, meaning they are a long-term investment that can save you money on energy bills while also being kind to the planet. 💚🌎
Check out our Chestnut Hill Homeowners who recently got rid of their old oil boiler and steamers and replaced their entire HVAC system with a Trane XV20i Variable Speed Heat Pump! ⬇️ ⬇️


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