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Sep 08 , 2021 • 2 min read
It’s time to get all your ducts in a row! No, that wasn’t a typo—we’re talking economical and energy-efficient heating. We may not be in the thick of winter just yet, but when the temperature does drop, the last thing you want is to be left without a working furnace. That’s why fall is the perfect time to start preparing your home’s heating system to ensure you get the best high-efficiency heating when you need it the most. Here are a few tips for making sure you’re getting the most out of your energy-efficient furnace this winter.
Aug 31 , 2021 • 2 min read
When you find yourself in the position of having to replace a malfunctioning, broken down, or just plain outdated HVAC system, the idea of fronting the cost of a large lump sum purchase can be stressful, especially if it isn’t an expense you planned or budgeted for. That’s why Simply Green Home Services offers a comprehensive lease-to-own program that allows customers to access new, energy-efficient cooling and heating systems fast and affordably. Here are five reasons why leasing a new HVAC system could be the best homeownership decision you make.
Aug 23 , 2021 • 2 min read
The last thing you want on a hot summer day is to be stuck with a broken-down air conditioning system. With regular maintenance, a high-efficiency AC system can last 10-15 years—but how do you know when it’s time to start looking for a new one? Here are five ways to know if it’s time for
Aug 17 , 2021 • 2 min read
Heat pumps are actually one of the most energy-efficient HVAC systems for your home, because they regulate the temperature by handling both heating and cooling, all within the one system. They’re an easy-to-install method of transferring heat from the outside of your home to the inside, or vice versa, depending on the season. Since they transfer heat instead of using energy to generate it, this clever system can control the temperature in your home at a fraction of the cost of a traditional furnace or air conditioner.