Twister Heating & Air
Did you know that:
A unit too large for your home costs more to run and uses more electricity. Plus, incorrect
sizing or installation puts undue stress on components and shortens equipment life. Common problems that can reduce the efficiency of your A/C system are Low Air Flow, Improper Refrigerant Charge
and Duct Leakage.
Here are some quick tips to increase energy efficiency in your home:
Simply replacing your old system may not save as much energy as you expected. When it's time for a new A/C system, making sure your new air conditioner is sized properly for your home and maintaining it regularly saves you the most energy and money as well as improves the air quality in your home. Efficient equipment means more savings.
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