Topic5 Tips for Cutting Down on Heating Costs in Commercial Construction

  • Tue 13th Feb 2018 - 9:27am

    Most thermostats that hard-ware stores carry are O’Neal Energy Slasher Review considered a standard thermostat. They are kind of like Universal Remotes for your HVAC equipment, they'll work with 99% of the standard residential/commercial HVAC units. If the technician says that your new thermostat is incompatible with your system there is a good chance they are trying to work you for more money. Very rarely are standard thermostats incompatible with your standard home furnace.

    DIY - really the whole purpose of purchasing a thermostat on your own is to save yourself some money. Not only through energy conservation, with a programmable thermostat, but also to save you the expensive service fees. Thermostats are not difficult to install, and in a lot of cases it's just a matter of matching your current thermostat wire terminations to the new thermostat base. With about 10-20 minutes of sweat equity, you will find that you can save a lot of money by doing it yourself.
    It can take a lot of energy to heat water. Usually, the majority of the hot water goes down the drain and all of the energy that was used to heat it can go to waste. If you want to make sure that you get as much impact for your heating bills as possible, you may want to consider a drain water heat recovery system. This takes water that has already been heated and re-purposes it. The heat from the water is used to warm the air inside of a home.


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