Energy Evaluations

Time to Replace an Old System? Choose High-Efficiency Home Comfort!

February 1, 2022

If you’ve been thinking about replacing your old heating and cooling equipment, you might be concerned about the cost. While it’s true that HVAC equipment can be an expense, it is a necessary component of your home. Not only does your HVAC system keep you and your family comfortable, but it also helps keep your… Continue Reading

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“Going Green” Can Benefit the Environment – and You!

May 4, 2021

More and more, people are becoming concerned about how they impact the planet. From shopping with reusable bags and looking for products with environmentally-friendly packaging, to taking measures in their homes to minimize their carbon footprint, people are looking for ways they can protect the world around them. The HVAC industry is no different –… Continue Reading

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Resolve to Make Your Home More Energy Efficient in 2020

January 3, 2020

It’s that time of year again – when everyone starts thinking about their New Year’s resolutions. Many times, they revolve around weight loss and fitness, and sometimes achieving personal and professional goals. One resolution that can help both you and the planet in 2020 is to conserve energy. And it’s a resolution you can keep… Continue Reading

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Start Off Your New Year in Comfort, With a Replacement System

January 8, 2018

Is one of your New Year’s resolutions to conserve energy? Then you should definitely take a look around your home. No doubt, there are ways you can save energy by making some home improvements. Choosing LED lighting, unplugging charging cords and reversing ceiling fans to push warm air down into your living space during the winter months are all… Continue Reading

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Saving Energy During the Holidays

November 17, 2017

The holiday season is the most wonderful time of the year, but let’s face it – it can also be the most expensive. Not only are you buying gifts, traveling, entertaining and decorating, but you’re heating system is likely running steadily – and that can up your utility bills. Luckily, there are a few ways… Continue Reading

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Three Ways to Give the Gift of HVAC this Holiday Season

November 17, 2017

If you have a hard-to-shop-for loved one, you know how difficult finding the right gift for them can be. What do you give to the person who has everything? This holiday season; why not consider something you might not have thought of before – HVAC. We’d like to share with you some ideas that can… Continue Reading

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Before Investing in an HVAC Upgrade, Get Load Calculations Performed

October 25, 2013

Upgrading an HVAC system could be one of the most complex purchases you make as a homeowner, and the critical first step is a load calculation.

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Not Sure Where Your Long Island Home’s Inefficient? A Home Energy Audit Can Help

September 19, 2013

A professional home energy audit is the first step toward optimizing your home’s energy usage.

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Caulking and Weatherstripping Can Effectively Seal Air Leaks

September 17, 2013

Air leaks are one of the biggest reasons conditioned air goes to waste. Gaps and cracks in the walls, ceiling, ductwork and around windows and doors allow the air you pay to heat or cool to escape to the outside.

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Air-Handler Options To Increase Efficiency And Comfort For Long Island Homeowners

June 22, 2011

This summer is shaping up to be a brutal one  on Long Island. Having an air conditioner that can go the distance is important. With rising fuel prices, it’s also important to save as much energy as possible.

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