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Paying Attention to Your Heat Pump Can Avoid Big Bills

Air-air heat pumps are extremely efficient heating systems, when it’s the part of the system supplying the heat for your home. If the outside unit fails though, you could be faced with big utility bills. A heat pumps is the … Continue reading

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An Energy Bill Breakdown and What You Can Do to Lower It

According to EnergyStar, the average household spends about $2,200 a year on their energy bill. So here’s an energy bill breakdown: 46% on HVAC systems. 14% on Water Heating. 12% on Lighting. 13% on Home Appliances. 11% on other Electronics … Continue reading

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Where Does My Money Go?

According to EnergyStar.gov, the average annual energy bill for a typical single home is approximately $2,200 and breaks down like the graph below shows. Heating – $638 Cooling – $374 Water Heating – $308 Appliances – $286 (includes refrigerator, dishwasher, … Continue reading

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