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Energy star rated HVAC equipment

Posted on: February 13, 2013

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency:

“Earning the ENERGY STAR means products meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency. By choosing ENERGY STAR qualified heating and cooling equipment and taking steps to optimize its performance, you can enhance the comfort of your home while saving energy. Saving energy helps you save money on utility bills and protect the environment by reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the fight against climate change.”

To find out more about the energy star guidelines, visit the EPA ‘s website.

For the Home

Choosing to switch to energy star rated HVAC equipment in your home, can produce a third in savings on your energy bill. Not only does energy star rated HVAC equipment earn huge savings for families’ energy bills, the environment in turn has huge savings of greenhouse gas emissions; all of these benefits without sacrificing features, style or comfort in your home. Energy star rated HVAC equipment and the professionals at Tri-State Heating & Cooling will help you make the energy efficient choice that is right for your home.

If looking for new household products, look for ones that have earned the ENERGY STAR. They meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the EPA and US Department of Energy. 

One model with an energy star rating that we will feature is the Bryant Evolution. You and your family spend a lot of time at home. Why not be more comfortable, while saving money? View all of our SPECIALS we are currently running and printable coupons.

Bryant Evolution Extreme – Top of the line Heat Pump, Top rated performance.

The Bryant Evolution Extreme Heat Pump offers up to 20.5 SEER cooling and up to 13 HSPF heating efficiency, that combines intelligent system control with variable speed operation to provide premium comfort.

See our full product line here, or give us a call today and find out which energy star rated HVAC model is right for your home!

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