Given that the HVAC is commonly the highest consumer of energy in the house, it seems only logical that we place it in the spot light when making some green energy decisions for our homes. Unfortunately, there have been a couple of notions going around that somehow give energy-efficient HVACs a bad name.
Many homeowners are particularly concerned that a green HVAC is more expensive than its counterpart, or that constantly adjusting thermostat settings is less practical than keeping it consistent. However, what they don’t realize is that with government incentives, rebates, tax breaks and utility bill savings that come along with shifting to a green system, they would already be on the roadway to maximum cost-efficiency. Top it all off with a programmable thermostat and there would be nothing to stop them from cutting down their home’s energy consumption.
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