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Who DOESN’T Want to Save Money?

Lower Your Energy & Utility Bills with ClimateMaster

 by Harmony Nolan

Being told that you can save up to 80% each year on heating, cooling and hot water bills may seem like a make-believe line. But it’s not. Just by switching from a traditional HVAC system to a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system, that 80% savings may be attainable.

 

ClimateMaster is the leader in the heating and cooling industry. Their geothermal heating and cooling systems provide homeowners with a list of benefits that they will find with no other company.

 

The typical American family spends at least $2,000 a year on home utility bills. ‘The Big Three’ are always responsible for this ever-rising number; products_buttonheating, cooling and hot water costs combined actually make up over 70% of the typical utility bill. If you want to save this money, installing an energy efficient HVAC system, like a ClimateMaster geothermal heat pump system, is one of the smartest home improvement investments you will ever make.

 

These geothermal heat pumps from ClimateMaster are ENERGY STAR® qualified. The homeowner is looking at getting rid of the 94-98% energy efficiency of their gas furnace, which only supplies heat, of course. AND getting rid of that traditional HVAC system that is nowhere near the 400-600% efficiency that ClimateMaster offers.

 

Saving money is at the forefront of all homeowner’s minds. When they learn about the recurring energy savings they receive by installing this much more efficient heating and cooling system, the tension and stress goes down right along with the utility bill.

 

A 30% federal tax credit, not to mention other local energy tax credits that reduce the upfront costs of a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system, are being taken advantage of. And should be. One million American homeowners have found out that ClimateMaster is true to its word. That one million is ever-expanding as they learn about the whole package of benefits. Energy-efficiency, check; saving money, yes; having a much more hospitable environment to come home to, you bet. The ‘Yes’ column can be checked for every category of service that ClimateMaster provides. What this boils down to (no pun intended if living in the blazing Southwest right now), is that the homeowner is looking at superior customer service and satisfaction from the skilled employees that are always there to lend a hand. Repairmen are no longer much of an issue, considering the fact that ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems can last for 20-25+ years with very little maintenance needed.

 

Well before air conditioners were cranked up all the way, many utilities were predicting that prices would rise 7 percent or more. Now, with the heat and humidity that is building already (and it’s only June), utility companies aren’t even able to guess at the amount consumers will have to pay. All that’s stated is that, “Oh, yeah, as usual, consumers will most definitely have to pay higher rates!”

 

In a normal summer, electric bills rise as individuals use more air conditioning. But this summer looks to be one of the hottest on tap, which means to meet the soaring demand, many utilities will have to turn to more expensive power plants, known as “peak generating plants.” Instead of relying on coal or nuclear fuel, a majority of these power producers use more expensive oil or natural gas.

 

This outlook is not a good one when it comes to the homeowner who wants to save cash. The homeowner that utilizes all the benefits and makes the wise choice to install a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system, will not have to worry about what the future will bring.

 

These homeowners will be sitting in the cool, clean, fresh air and, life – as they say – will be all good!

 

www.ClimateMaster.com

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