Ways to Save Money on Your Electric Bill

  • By Staff Writer
  • 24 Oct, 2016
HVAC, heating, air, cooling, arkansas, fall, winter,
It's time for the temperature to drop and soon you will need to warm your home. Of course, this will have an effect on your energy bills. So how can you save money on your energy bills and stay warm this season? Here are a few tips:
  • Seal air leaks around the outer walls, doors, and windows. 
  • Add insulation - this has a potential savings of 10% 
  • Maintain your HVAC system regularly  
  • Check your furnace at least once monthly to ensure that the system works efficiently.
By Master Account 30 Dec, 2016
There is nothing worse than an extended power outage. Most are taken care of by the local utility company in a matter of hours. However, a wide spread power outage in the city may result in you going without power for days. This is why you need a generator.

With a home backup generator you can maintain heat during the cold winters. You can also prevent food from spoiling, which alone may save you hundreds of dollars in food.

With a generator you can remain connected to the Internet so you can check for updates and monitor other news posts.
By Master Account 30 Nov, 2016
Your furnace could be blowing cold air in cold weather or winter could be due to several reasons. One of which is that it could be due to over heating, meaning the blower kept blowing even after the limit switch turned off the limit burners. It could also be due to a dead pilot light or wrong thermostat setting. Check these out to ensure they are well maintained, especially in winter weather. Just like the HVAC system regulates conditions in the house, a warm engine runs well, giving you less headache in cold weather.
By Staff Writer 24 Oct, 2016
It's time for the temperature to drop and soon you will need to warm your home. Of course, this will have an effect on your energy bills. So how can you save money on your energy bills and stay warm this season? Here are a few tips:
  • Seal air leaks around the outer walls, doors, and windows. 
  • Add insulation - this has a potential savings of 10% 
  • Maintain your HVAC system regularly  
  • Check your furnace at least once monthly to ensure that the system works efficiently.
By Staff Writer 15 Sep, 2016
Although fall weather is a fresh arrival, the winter season is just around the corner. Consequently, the mild fall temperatures you are now enjoying will soon turn cold, and you will need to turn on your home heating system. You need to prepare for the winter season by performing maintenance on your HVAC to ensure it is in good condition so to handle the winter weather. HVAC maintenance involves looking at the outside and inside the HVAC system to ensure it is well affixed on the concrete pads. Also be sure to change the filters, test the thermostat, and check the ductwork so they are well insulated.
By Staff Writer 16 Aug, 2016
You never know when a power outage might hit. A single bolt of lightening can take out the power from your area of town. Damaged electrical lines in the middle of winter or a storm can do the same. Regardless of how the power outage takes place, if you want to keep everyone inside comfortable while preventing your food from going bad, you need to look towards other ways to back up your electricity. With the help of a home generator, you can fire up the back-up generator in order to keep your home comfortable, prevent the fridge from dying on you and to allow for electronic usage.
By Staff Writer 11 Jul, 2016
Allergic conditions such as Asthma need proper preventive handling. One of the best ways to do this is to add an air purifier to your home's HVAC. The best bet is a purifier for your entire home, which gives you longevity and efficiency. Regular disposable purifiers are not as efficient and cause clogging of your HVAC system. As such, you may be required to do more regular maintenance than usual, a factor that may prove to be more costly at the end. Your residential HVAC needs careful selection of purifiers for it to serve you better and for long.
By Staff Writer 16 Jun, 2016
Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems provide a solid evolution manifest that characterizes the highest efficiency in residential A/C services. We provide clients with highly economical products that offer great value, high performance, and comfort. Our latest series of air conditioners come in different speeds and feature 1- and 2-stage units that make highly effective air conditioners with minimal noise as evidenced by our 19+ SEER rating. These air conditioners also come with an Evolution Connex control, which makes it possible to control seamlessly for maximum comfort. Our Bryant dealers have better, efficient, and standardized energy consumption air conditioners that fall under the Preferred Series models.
By Staff Writer 14 May, 2016
Signing an HVAC service agreement enlists your Barnhart Heating & Air tech's help. By this agreement, you are guaranteed annual tune-ups. Take advantage of the agreement and receive all the accruing benefits that go with it.
Enjoy discounts on all repairs and receive priority service whenever you are in need of repairs or you have an emergency. Not only that, the costs are much lower as compared to purchasing your heating and air conditioning services separately. With the agreement, you don't have to remember when maintenance is due. The professionals keep tabs on your system and give you a call when maintenance is due.
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