Reduce Your Energy Bills

Wisconsin FuelHigh energy bills got you down?

We offer a number of ways to reduce your energy bill. Some can be done for a small investment, others a larger investment, all with a corresponding return on investment.

Maximum Comfort & Efficiency for Maximum Savings – a Hybrid Heat System

With a traditional heating and cooling system, if you wanted to save more, you had to use less. But a Hybrid Heat® Dual Fuel system combines the benefits of intelligent control for both gas and electric heating to create an intuitive system that can actually react to changing conditions. No matter what the temperature is outside, a Hybrid Heat® Dual Fuel system will automatically select the fuel source most efficient for your home, which means you’ll stay warm in the winter and cool in the summer.

Zoning – a bright idea!

Zoning is a way of dividing a home into areas with similar heating and cooling needs and independently controlling the temperature in each area according to their needs and occupancy. Much like multiple light switches that independently control lighting in different rooms, with zoning, multiple zone thermostats or sensors control temperature in different areas of the home.

Precision Tune-ups

Have your system professionally maintained at least once a year. A precision tune-up is an effective way to reduce your energy bills. A properly maintained heating and cooling system can save you 10-15%.

If your car ran as much as your heating and air conditioning system, you’d rack up close to 200,000 miles a year. Like your car, your HVAC system requires professional and regular maintenance to run efficiently and reliably.

Programmable Thermostats

Why pay to heat and cool your home when no one is there? Programmable vs. Non-Programmable thermostats can reduce the energy used for air conditioning or heating by 5% to 30%.

Programmable thermostats are an easy and great way to save money, help the environment, and stay comfortable. It’s also one of the easiest and cheapest ways to reduce your energy bills.

Check for Air Leaks

Warm air leaking into your home during the summer and out of your home during the winter can waste a lot of your energy dollars. You can save as much as 10% on your heating and cooling bill by reducing air leaks in your home.

One of the quickest dollar-saving tasks you can do is caulk, seal, and weather-strip all seams, cracks, and openings to the outside. Click on the image for larger image!