Are you tired of paying higher energy bills to heat or cool an empty home? A programmable thermostat allows you to control your home’s temperature throughout the day, saving you money and saving your HVAC system from wear and tear.
When the Houston heat is blazing (which is most of the time), we at Air Specialist get a lot of inquiries about how to stay cool. One of the most common questions we get is, “can you give me an estimate of how much a new air conditioner would cost over the phone?” Unfortunately, the answer is no.
Hot weather is already here, and hotter weather is on the way! If you’re dreading high A/C bills, check out our top 5 tips:
Did you know that you can get tax credits for having energy-efficient HVAC products? Today we’re going to tell YOU how you can save big!
Everyone wants to save money whenever they can, but it’s better not to be ‘penny wise and pound foolish’ – meaning, you don’t want to save a little in the short run when it can cost big in the long run.
Well, it can. With a programmable thermostat, the days of forgetting to set the thermostat and wasting energy (and money!) are gone. You can come home from work to a comfortable temperature, and you can open that electric bill with ease knowing there won’t be any surprises.
When it comes to your air conditioning system, there’s no such thing as “one size fits all.” Getting the right system for your house is not only vital to keeping your family cool and comfortable, but it can also translate into big savings. Air conditioners that are too big use more electricity. They will cool …
Regular maintenance is one of simplest and most efficient ways to extend the life of your heating and cooling system. Not having proper maintenance performed can leave you open to costly and avoidable breakdowns. To help address these issues, we offer several preventative maintenance agreements. More than just helping to avoid system failures, maintenance can …
Do you feel a slight draft coming from your window, yet the window is closed? Not only is that your air conditioning seeping outside, but that’s also your hard-earned money escaping your home.
One of your biggest budget factors is your house–the average American household spend more than $2,000 a year on energy bills. Here are some tips to help you save money this year.