At Tower Heating and Air, we are all about doing everything we can to help you save energy and save money.
Not only do we want to conserve the environment but we want to conserve your wallet! Here are a few ways we are doing just that and things you can do to help.
We Conserve the Environment
- Tower stands on its commitment to support a sustainable environment and conserve our natural resources with the industry’s leading energy-efficient HVAC options.
- Because your health and safety are critically important to us, we work closely with Duke/Progress Energy to implement the most current North Carolina Utility Commission recommendations and regulations. Our goal is not to meet industry standards but to exceed them. We know which units to recommend and the methods to properly service each system to conserve energy resources.
- Every HVAC system—and every person—can make a difference and contribute to a more sustainable world. Small details can add up to be big changes. Ask us how we can change your system to be more environmentally responsible!
We Conserve Your Wallet
- We install technology that will save you money. New HVAC components can improve the operational cost and performance of your existing equipment.
- According to the EPA, merely installing a programmable thermostat will save you approximately $150 per year.
- The components that offer the fastest return on investment are variable speed compressors, electronic expansion valves, advanced humidity removal, heat recycling, variable frequency drives, and thermal energy storage.
- Small changes can yield big results. Minor upgrades in insulation, leak-sealant, water heater units, and programmable thermostats can save you significant dollars each year.
Where Can You Save Energy?
Access the energy efficiency of your home and see how it measures up with this easy online tool. EPA’s Energy Yardstick provides a simple assessment of your home’s annual energy use compared to similar homes. By answering a few basic questions, you will get insights into how much of your home’s energy use is related to heating and cooling versus other everyday uses such as appliances, lighting, and hot water.
Did you score poorly? We would love to talk with you about ways to increase your home’s score and lower your bills.