Energy Savings Tips

When considering the return on investment on a new heating and air conditioning system, consider the following:

While price is always important, it’s equally important to assess how much your system is going to cost to operate and maintain year in and year out.

For example, higher efficiency systems require less energy which amounts to lower utility costs, reduced maintenance expenses, better warranties and offer up to a 15% tax-free return on your investment.

Grab your utility bill and take this quick energy cost analysis to give you a small sample of the value of high-efficiency systems. (Your air conditioning system typically represents 60% – 70% of the total bill in summer months and winter months if a heat pump).


efficiency and seer graphic with estimated energy savings graph from canady's heating air plumbing
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