3 Tips for Replacing Your Equipment for Real Savings

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If you’re looking for savings related to your heating and air conditioning system, you’ll get the biggest bang for your buck by replacing equipment. Before buying all new everything, look at three tips for doing it right.

Tip #1: Start with the Thermostat

One piece of equipment with the most significant impact on your energy use and your energy bills is your thermostat. If yours is an older model and either isn’t programmable or lacks advanced functionality, you’re wasting money every month. A smart thermostat not only allows for comprehensive programming, but it can help you monitor your energy use, so you know when to cut back on heating and cooling to meet your goals.

Tip #2: Buy the Right Filter

Trapping dust and dirt particles is crucial to proper HVAC function but watch the MERV (Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value) rating. If it’s too low, it won’t trap enough to protect your equipment, but if it’s too high, it won’t allow enough air to pass through and will bump up your energy consumption and utility bills.

Tip #3: Consider Upgrading Your Systems

If your heating and cooling systems are older, it means their efficiency ratings are lower, and you could be using more energy than you should be. Upgrading to newer and more efficient equipment can not only help save the planet but can help save you money as well.

Are you tired of spending a fortune on your heating and air conditioning every month? Instead of throwing away your hard-earned cash, consider replacing some of your HVAC equipment instead. Talk to the Wilson’s Air team for knowledgeable advice on equipment and installation’s you can count on.

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