Who doesn’t like to save money? We clip coupons, shop during sales and look for deals whenever we can right? One area that people forget about that can save them a lot of money over the long haul, is finding simple ways to save money by reducing energy usage in your home or business. Now that the weather has begun to change and the trees are beginning to put on their annual spectacular show, it may be time to start thinking about how to obtain some fall energy savings. While we recommend a full evaluation of your HVAC system regularly to ensure optimal savings and energy consumption, there are some inexpensive and fairly simple steps you can take to maximize your energy savings this fall.
Use the Sun – Some rooms in your home may have optimal sun exposure during the day. Take advantage of the heat from the sun by opening curtains on your south-facing windows during the day to allow sunlight to naturally heat your home. Remember to close them at night to reduce the chill you may feel from cold windows.
Cover Bare Floors – Carpeting or rugs add to comfort and heat retention, especially if there is little or no floor insulation.
Eliminate Drafts – Old windows, outlets that are not insulated, thresholds that are uneven and foundations that are aging are notoriously drafty. Your goal is to stop as many places where the warmth of your home can escape.
Adjust the Temp at Night – Fall tends to have cooler nights and warmer days. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, you can save about 10 percent per year on your heating bills by turning your thermostat down 10 to 15 degrees for eight hours. In addition, only heat the rooms you use during the day. If your kids are at school for 7 hours turn down the temp in those rooms.
Use Ceiling Fans – Fans can easily circulate the warm air throughout homes and businesses. Check the settings to be sure your have the fan on winter settings so the warmer air is pushed down.
Chimney – Warm air can escape up the chimney if the flue is open. If you are not using your fireplace consider closing the area off so that your heating doesn’t fly away.
Keep Heating Registers Clear – The warm air coming out of your heat register needs a clear path in order to do its job. Keep furniture, including chairs off the registers.
One of the best tips is to have your HVAC system professionally maintained. Doing so means that any issues can be spotted and resolved quickly so that you can continue to reap fall energy savings benefits! If you haven’t booked this important annual service appointment call us today at 978-356-9900 or click here and we will contact you http://morrisheatingandair.com/contact/
Hidden Dangers in Dryer Vents and Screens
Did you know that dryer fires and dryer vents are one of the leading causes of house fires? The statistics are alarming with 2,900 clothes dryer fires reported each year causing an estimated 5 deaths,100 injuries, and $35 million in property loss according to the National Fire Association. The most common causes of home clothes dryer fires is the failure to clean lint screens. The second cause revolves around improper venting of heat. Since more clothes dryer fires occur in the fall and winter months, here are a few simple safety tips to keep your home from becoming one of these horrific statistics this fall and winter.
Lint Screen Safety
Have your dryer installed and serviced by a professional.
Do not use the dryer without a lint filter.
Always follow the manufacturer’s requirements for cleaning the dryer lint screen.
Keep the area around your dryer clear of things that can burn, like boxes, paint, flammable liquids, cleaning supplies and clothing.
Make sure you thoroughly clean the lint filter before each load of laundry.
Remove lint that has collected around the drum.
Since vent pipes can overheat and cause a fire, take safety precautions for this part of your dryer as well. Many dryer manufacturers and local municipalities require a metal vent duct, not a flexible vinyl vent. The metal duct should have as few bends as possible and be routed outside with as short a duct as possible. The manufacturer of your dryer may have specific requirements but please note – LOCAL CODE always supersedes manufacturers requirements.
Other safety tips include:
Have your venting installed and serviced by a professional.
Do not restrict the air exhaust vent pipe and make sure that the outdoor vent flap is opening when the dryer is operating.
Never install screen on the exit vent pipe (blocks lint from escaping leading to hazardous buildup)
Once a year clean have your vent pipes professionally cleaned. If you notice that it is taking longer than normal for your clothes to dry, this should be done more often.
If you have a vinyl dryer vent, call us as soon as possible for a free estimate on replacing it with metal venting. Vinyl is not only against code, it is extremely dangerous. Don’t delay.
Dangers of a Dirty Air Filter
On a daily basis how often do you think about how clean or dirty the air filter is in your HVAC system? Ummm, the answer is probably never, right? How dangerous can a dirty air filter really be in your home’s HVAC system? Most homeowners are unaware of the negative effects of a dirty HVAC air filter on the system and the potential consequences regarding home safety. The air filter in your HVAC system performs an important dual role by keeping your home comfortable and healthy while also maximizing your system’s efficiency. Let’s review why homeowners should make the cleaning and maintenance of their home’s HVAC system a top priority.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that the average person spends as much as 90 percent of our time indoors. That means that a vast majority of our time is spent breathing air that has been circulated through an air filter in a cooling or heating system. Therefore, cleaning and maintaining your air filter system means that not only will your HVAC system run more efficiently but, more importantly, your family, pets, and children will be breathing healthier air. With the EPA estimating that indoor air is up to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air, taking the simple step of changing an air filter should be on everyone’s must-do list.
What are the Negative Impacts of a Dirty Air Filter?
A dirty air filter can mean air ducts may have become home to dust, allergens, mold and millions of unwanted particles that can invade your breathing space.
In homes with pets or smokers, air filters can become clogged with dander, smoke particulates and secondhand smoke.
A clogged air filter can reduce the ability of the humidifier to work properly.
Dirty air filters reduce airflow within the system which, in turn, makes your system work harder. The harder your system has to work, the less energy efficient it is. That may mean higher utility bills.
Clogs in the air filter during summer can cause the evaporator or cooling coil to freeze up.
Clogs during the fall and winter can lead to inefficient running of the entire system, which means you may experience hot and cold spots in your home, and it can be difficult to reach your desired indoor temperature levels.
Can you remember the last time your air filter was cleaned? Call Morris Heating & Air Conditioning at 978-356-9900 and we’ll have you breathing easier in no time!
Advantages of Zoning Heat
We all know at least one person in our family or at our place of business that is perpetually desiring a different temperature than the rest of us. In the summer they cuddle under a blanket when the air conditioning chills them and in the winter they layer on sweaters and scarves to shake the cold. There has got to be a better way to deal with this that adds convenience, energy savings and provides for temperature comfort for everyone in your family or at the office. The answer is zoning heat.
Zoning heat can solve many common problems of controlling temperature throughout your home or business. Imagine, for example, being able to keep everyone in your family or business comfortable and happy in the temperature that suits them. In fact, the advantages go far beyond comfort and may result in cost savings, conservation of energy and convenience for family members or co-workers. Let’s explore the top benefits of zoned heating for you or your business.
Comfort – First and foremost, homeowners and business owners alike want people to be comfortable. With zoned heating people who are always hot or always cold can easily adjust their “zone” to their comfort level. Depending upon how the home or business is split there can be multiple zones of heat that can accommodate warmer areas and cooler areas. For example, many second floors tend to run warmer due to heat rising. Being able to adjust the level of heat needed can be a huge advantage especially in the winter.
Conservation and Cost Savings – Studies show, adding zoning to your existing HVAC system can save you up to 30% on your monthly utility bill! This translates into a huge cost savings. In addition, zoning is a method of “going green” because there is a method to control the energy output in rooms or areas that are not currently in use. Zoning can also cut back on usage in areas that have the benefit of sun exposure for heat. This way there is little to no waste in rooms that are rarely used or in areas that need less heating.
Convenience – Zoned heating and cooling means that there is not far to go to control the temperature as each room or zone has its own control panel. Add to this the possibility of using a remote control that can easily adjust the air temperature needs with the click of a button and it can’t get much more convenient.
Are you considering converting from central heating to zoned heating? Mitsubishi Electric’s ductless systems are specifically designed to deliver cool and/or warm air directly into specific zones. Flexibility and energy efficiency is amazing. Call Morris Heating and Air Conditioning or click here http://morrisheatingandair.com/ductless-heating-and-ac/ for more information on how zoning can save you money and make your home more comfortable.
Emergency HVAC Services
Murphy’s Law states that, “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.” This adage is true for simple things like bread falling on the floor butter side up just as much as it is for more major events like losing heat in the middle of a blizzard. No one ever wants to think about a worst case scenario when it comes to emergency HVAC services, that’s why we have thought about it for you!
What could possibly go wrong at your home or business that would require emergency HVAC services? Given the ever changing weather of the Northeast region from brutally frigid winters to Sahara desert-like summers, the answer to that question is complex. HVAC units are generally very reliable and can go without any issues when they are maintained properly. However, when problems do arise, and they tend to happen at the most inopportune times, it is best to call a professionally trained technician who knows HVAC and has seen it all. At Morris Heating and Air Conditioning we have Live Operators who can take your emergency calls day and night, 24/7.
What are the common issues most likely to cause your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system to break down? Number one — Lack of regular maintenance. In fact — 50% of our no heat calls every winter are from people who have not had an annual furnace cleaning. Same applies to our “no AC” calls. More than half the time, the issue can be directly attributed to lack of maintenance. Specifically we see things like refrigerant leaks, sensor issues, drainage problems and broken thermostats, to name just a few. With regular preventative maintenance on your HVAC system, many of these common problems can be avoided, saving you money and eliminating the need for additional costly repairs .
Some of the usual signs that you may need professional heating repairs include: unusually loud noises coming from your furnace, insufficient or uneven heating, unusually high gas or electric bills, heat or air conditioning that won’t turn on, strange smells or leaking of fluids. Every so often a system will fail without warning. Please be assured that if this happens the Morris Heating & Air Conditioning team will be ready to solve your heating and cooling issue. Our A+ Rated BBB team is ready to solve your heating/cooling issue. And remember no machines. There will always be a live person waiting to take your call in an emergency.
What are the most common HVAC emergencies?
Furnace not heating
Air conditioning not cooling
Burning smell or smell of gas
Water pouring through ceiling
Loud grinding noise (can lead to motor failure)
No matter what the cause or symptoms, Morris Heating and Air Conditioning can evaluate your problem and quickly revolve it. We are headquartered in Ipswich, MA but we dispatch our technicians from locations all over the North Shore and Merrimack Valley.
HVAC Contractor Hiring Tips
Ten HVAC Contractor Hiring Tips
The HVAC industry is filled with some honest, hard working professionals. And a few who unfortunately not only cast doubt on the rest of us in this business, but who can put your family at risk by installing equipment in a manner which is not only unprofessional, but unsafe. Before you hire a heating and cooling professional, consider these important hiring tips.
Hire only licensed companies. Any reputable company will be happy to provide a copy of their licenses when asked.
2. Ask how long any HVAC contractor you’re considering has been in business. This seems obvious of course but many people assume that if someone looks the part they’ve been around awhile. Not true. People change careers all the time. You wouldn’t hire a HVAC contractor to paint your house. Don’t assume everyone with a decent looking truck can install a ductless split. You get the idea.
3. Is this company you’re considering fully insured? Will they provide a copy of their insurance policy if asked? Insurance is expensive and if a company is reluctant to provide you with a copy of their policy, don’t choose that contractor.
Choose only a BBB Accredited Business
4. Are they members of the BBB and if so what is there rating? The BBB considers 16 different factors when giving a company their rating. You can go on to the BBB site yourself to check out a company. Pay close attention not only to the overall rating but to the BBB reviews posted by actual customers of the business. You can also see any complaints against the business, open and closed.
5. Does the company have a local office and how long have they been there? Do you want to talk to a call center (generally big-box stores) or would you prefer to deal with a small locally owned company.
6. Does the company offer 24 hour emergency service? Do you have to leave a message or is it staffed by live operators? An unanswered message won’t help you in the middle of the winter if you have no heat. Also — who covers this 24 hour service? Does this HVAC contractor sub out emergency service or cover the calls themselves? Go with the company who covers the calls themselves. They will be more likely to know the products they are servicing, saving you time and money. (At Morris we cover all emergency calls ourselves and every call is answered by a live operator)
7 Read their reviews. Whether it’s on Yelp, Google, Angie’s list or all of the above, read what customers have to say about the company you’re considering. Don’t necessary be afraid of one bad review because sometimes a customer and company just don’t mix, but be very wary of multiple poor reviews.
8. Ask how long they’ve been installing the product you are interested in and ask about training. We’ve seen some sad situations where customers have wasted thousands of dollars with contractors who were not trained to install the equipment purchased. At Morris we’re fully trained to install and service all major brands and as a Mitsubishi Diamond Dealer and Dave Lennox Premier Dealer, there’s not a product in their line-up we don’t know inside and out!
9. When evaluating an HVAC contractor, if you forget every other tip, remember this one. Do not sign with someone who will not put their estimate in writing. Your estimate should spell out exactly what product(s) you will be receiving, what your warranty is, your requirements (because many systems do require that you service your system at least once per year to maintain the manufacturers warranty) and terms of the contract.
Rebates and Payment Plans
10. Financing options and payment plans. Heating and cooling systems represent a significant investment so being able to finance this purchase can make a big difference. Also ask about rebates for energy efficient products. Rebates have made a huge difference to consumers in the past few years. As systems have become more efficient, rebates have increased, resulting in thousands of dollars returned back to clients. The catch here is rebates change constantly and your contractor must stay on top of these changes for you to be eligible. For a complete list of 2016 rebates click here http://morrisheatingandair.com/specials/rebates/
At Morris Heating & Air Conditioning, we’re honored to work along side some great companies. We of course prefer to get the job, but we realize that sometimes it will go to another company. When that’s the case, we hope you use these tips wisely in choosing that company.
When considering these HVAC Contractor Hiring Tips, remember, “You get what you pay for and if something seems too good to be true, it probably is.” For a free estimate or if you simply have a question, give us a call at 978-356-9900 or click here http://morrisheatingandair.com/contact/
Lennox PureAir Product Spotlight
Lennox PureAir is a product many consumers with allergies and other health concerns may consider when investigating indoor air quality solutions. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the air inside your home consistently measures pollution levels five times greater than outdoor air. The Lennox PureAir Purification System is for a consumer who is interested in a whole home solution. This product works with almost any heating and cooling system, is installed to work concurrently with the system so that the air circulating throughout the home is clean and free of contaminants. The Lennox PureAir Purification System is an integrated product which is installed on the air handler. According to the Mayo Clinic, whole home systems, are generally more effective than free standing air cleaners. The Lennox Pure Air system is easily installed where a filter would typically be placed. By removing and destroying odors and chemical vapors, this system is cleaning the air as it is circulating throughout the HVAC system.
Specifically, the Lennox PureAir System will remove:
Particles (any substances measuring less than 100 microns** in diameter)
99.9% of mold spores, pollen, dust and pet dander.
Over 95% of new particles absorbed by the lungs, including infectious airborne bacteria and smoke down to 0.3 micron.
Bioaerosols and Microorganisms (microscopic living organisms that grow and reproduce in warm, humid places)
More than 90% of bioaerosols down to 0.01 micron, including airborne viruses such as MERSA, u and cold viruses.
Odor/Chemical Vapors (air contaminants in the form of gases)
It will also destroy volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and odors from a variety of sources to include : cooking smells, pet odors, cleaning products, and fumes from carpeting or furniture solvents and paints.
For a simple explanation of how this system works see below:
At Morris Heating & Air Conditioning we have a variety of indoor air quality solutions. From simple plug in solutions to the Lennox PureAir System designed for those customers interested in whole home air purification. For a free estimate on an air quality solution for your home, please call Morris Heating & Air Conditioning today at 978-356-9900 or contact us here http://morrisheatingandair.com/contact/ to set up and appointment with Chris or Andy. And please note — until August 19th, Lennox is offering up to $1,500 in rebates including $100 off a PureAir system. Call for your free estimate. We’ll have you breathing easier in no time!
IAQ…Dirty air inside your home?
What Causes Poor Indoor Air Quality IAQ?
Most of us assume that the air we breathe inside our home or office is clean. In fact, it is estimated that indoor air, is often up to five times more polluted that outdoor air. In the heating and air conditioning industry we refer to indoor air quality or IAQ often because it is a big part of this industry. People know to call us for heating and cooling issues, but the the world of IAQ is still somewhat of a mystery. Poor indoor air quality can be caused by a variety of factors including, but not limited to:
A poorly maintained HVAC system — simply put heating and cooling systems which are not serviced regularly can circulate dirty air throughout a home.
Clogged air filters — Pollen, dust, and pet dander are the big culprits when it comes to clogging air filters — this is an easy fix. Be sure to change your air filters on a regular basis.
Humidification issues — if your home smells musty or feels too dry, you have an air quality issue which can and should be addressed. Humidification can not only affect the structure of your home, too much moisture can cause mold and mildew problems.
Improper ventilation – In a properly designed HVAC system, it is critical to circulate or ventilate the air to bring new fresh air in and remove, stale polluted air.
Biological pollutants including mold, dust mites, and bacteria can affect your IAQ. Additionally pollen and animal dander circulating throughout our homes also contribute to poor indoor air quality.
What is the solution? Solutions are varied and depend on a variety of factors including age of home, health concerns of occupants, and type of heating and cooling system currently in place. At Morris Heating & Air Conditioning, we have some excellent products available from simple plug in Guardian Air units to Lennox’s PureAir system for those customers who need the highest level of air purification.
Indoor air quality can be challenging but there are many excellent solutions available. We will explore this important topic further in future blogs.
If you would like to speak with a Morris Heating & Air Conditioning Comfort Advisor about an IAQ solution for your home, please call us today at 978-356-9900 or http://morrisheatingandair.com/contact/
Net Zero with Mitsubishi Ductless
Net Zero project, Salisbury, MA
Morris Heating & Air Conditioning was really proud to be part of this net-zero project in Salisbury, MA. With the tremendous interest in energy conservation, net zero home building, and Mitsubishi ductless products, we’re reprinting this case study, which originally ran last year.
The Treats were originally drawn to modular homes for their contemporary style and cost-effectiveness. They also knew that modular homes could be customized to fit their green vision, including the installation of solar panels, super insulation, LED lighting, ENERGY STAR® appliances, non-toxic insulation and reclaimed wood flooring. “It was also important to us to have no fossil fuels on-site,” said Natalie.
She continued, “We didn’t want oil or propane in the house for reasons of being green and safe.” For a cooling and heating system, that meant the couple looked at electric options, which would work in conjunction with the house’s rooftop solar panel array to operate at net-zero energy. “I was pretty set on [electric] heat pumps from the start. I know all about heat pump performance because of my job with Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships. My organization does a lot of work on market strategies to advance energy efficiency. So I was aware of the value of heat pumps, and of Mitsubishi Electric specifically.”
Challenge: Selecting an HVAC system for an affordable, energy-efficient modular home
“I had heard about electric heat pumps, too,” said Tom, “and I wanted to see what people had to say about them. But I also wanted to look at ground-source heat pumps.” As the couple investigated their options, cost savings became a focal point of the discussion. “We knew builders use them for cost savings and energy efficiency. Part of our goal was to do a green home, but the other part was to do it affordably. We realized that electric heat pumps would get us a lot of efficiency at less cost than ground-source,” Tom added.
Natalie knew from the start what brand she wanted: “I’ve long known that Mitsubishi Electric is an industry leader. They have a high-quality product. They’ve also been involved in moving the bar forward in terms of market research. So they’re a leader in a lot of ways.”
Solution: Ductless from Mitsubishi Electric
The Treats opted for a Hyper-Heating INVERTERTM (H2i®) system for its strong operation during the northeast’s cold winters. Tim Morris, owner of Morris Heating & Air Conditioning – a Mitsubishi Electric Diamond ContractorTM based in Ipswich, Massachusetts – has been working with the Treats since start up. He wholeheartedly agreed with their decision to install an H2i system: “The Hyper-Heating INVERTER systems are super efficient and quiet. Even at 5 degrees [Fahrenheit], they produce a tremendous amount of heat.”
With the HVAC system selected and other design elements in place, the 2,400-square-foot house was built at the Keiser Homes factory in Oxford, Maine. Natalie said, “The house arrived in four boxes on flatbed trucks. It was done all the way to the plaster on the walls. The electric was in and the plumbing was roughed in.” While assembling the home, the team oriented the house for maximum solar gain and installed the ductless system. “Ductless is always an easier installation than conventional systems – less stressful on our backs, and faster and less disruptive for the homeowner. With lower labor costs for contractors, these savings are passed on to customers,” said Morris.
Natalie said, “The whole Mitsubishi Electric experience has been wonderful. It’s really comfortable, and there are no swings in temperature. I really like that there’s no very hot or cold air blasting on you. It’s gentle, quiet and comfortable.” From Morris’ perspective, the H2i system’s zoning capabilities contribute greatly to comfort: “Everybody’s comfort level is different. You can have a big guy in a sunny room who needs cooling and then a grandma in the corner who weighs 100 lbs. and is freezing at 75 degrees [Fahrenheit]. With ductless, you can accommodate both needs. So people choose these systems, like Natalie and Tom did, for comfort. Also for efficiency and reliability. Simple annual maintenance is all that’s required and these H2i systems will just keep running without the potential issues we sometimes see in traditional ducted systems. Our customers love them. In fact, I have one in my house!”
Result: A green home with low utility bills and ample comfort
For Tom, another part of the enjoyment is the system’s unobtrusiveness: “I love the quiet. I don’t hear a furnace kicking on or baseboards clanking, and no oil deliveries!”
Reliable comfort has been especially important to the Treats since February, when they welcomed their first child. In a Massachusetts winter, February can be brutally cold. Natalie said, “Having a baby necessitated putting the set point a little higher. It’s nice to be in a warm house.” Tom has enjoyed usingRedLINKTM, their wireless gateway, to make such adjustments right from his smartphone. “I can turn the system on when I’m on the way home. In the winter, when we were on the way home from Vermont, I’d say, ‘Oh, let’s warm up the house so it’s not freezing when we get there!’”
Thanks to the efficient equipment along with plenty of insulation, a higher wintertime set point hasn’t meant a high energy bill, though. Natalie said, “We had a utility bill of something like $300. We were asking our neighbor about it and he said, ‘Are you kidding me? Our bill was $1,300.’ So we’re doing pretty well from a cost perspective.” Tom said he had a similar conversation with a relative “who has a standard house. Even though our house is totally electric and we plug in an electric car, our bill was a lot less, and our place is much bigger than theirs.”
Electric Powerwise circuit monitoring has allowed the Treats to gather even more specific data on the electricity consumption behind their bills. They learned, for example, that their two condensers use, on average, 11.8 and 12.1 kWh a day. Over the course of a year, the two condensers together will consume approximately 8,724 kWh – less than half of the 19,431 kWh Bay Staters use on average each year, per the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s most recent energy survey.
Natalie and Tom are not the only people who have taken notice of their home’s extraordinary story and performance. Boston Magazine approached the Treats about selecting their house as the 2014 Design Home, which meant staging it and opening it for tours to benefit the Boston Children’s Hospital. In deciding to accept the honor, Natalie said, “As part of Design Home, we knew that more than a thousand people would be touring through our house. That was good. If we were going to build a super green home like this, we wanted people to see it and know it could be done. We wanted them to visit and say, ‘Oh look, there’s a beautifully styled bedroom with a heat pump.’”
What is a heat pump? How do they work? Are they easy to install? Are ductless heat pumps expensive? Do they heat and cool? Are they energy efficient?
What is a Ductless Heat Pump?
Heat pumps, often called ductless or split systems, use electricity to move heat from cool spaces to warm spaces, making the cool areas cooler and the warm areas warmer. Heat pumps can provide air conditioning at as little as one quarter of the cost of conventional heating or cooling systems.
How does a Ductless Heat Pump work?
A heat pump does not require duct work (hence the name) and consists of an outdoor compressor and one or more indoor air-handling units, called “heads”, linked by a refrigerant line. These heads are typically mounted high on a wall or ceiling covering a 3″ hole. Each indoor head corresponds with a heating and cooling zone that can be controlled independently.
New Homes, Older Homes and Ductless Heat Pumps
Because heat pumps offer heating and cooling, they’re a great choice for older homes with no existing ductwork. New homeowners choose heat pumps as well because they’re quiet, energy efficient, offer the benefits of both heating and cooling in one unit and the cost is often much lower than conventional systems.
Heat Pump Installation
A basic ductless cooling and heating system consists of two units…one indoor and one outdoor, which is why the heat pump system is often called a split-ductless system. Together, they take up much less space than the equivalent traditional home heating and cooling system and because no ductwork is required, many installations are completed in less than a day.
Zone-based Cooling and Heating
With split ductless systems it is possible to have eight separate rooms or zones, each with its own controller. This saves energy (and money) by sending less heat into lesser-used areas of the home. For larger homes, many people purchase two ductless multi-room outdoor units in order to boost indoor cooling and heating to the entire house. The extra costs are more than compensated for through energy savings.
Heat Pump Energy Efficiency
According to Energy.gov, today’s heat pumps can reduce electric heat costs by as much as 50%. High-efficiency heat pumps also dehumidify better than standard central ac, which results in less energy usage and more cooling comfort in summer months.
Heat Pump/Ductless System Cost?
Because most heat pumps/ductless mini split systems meet today’s strict standards for energy efficiency and they are one of the cleanest fuel sources on the market — no fossil fuels here — the rebates now available from MASS Save and some local utilities are excellent. Of course the best indicator of overall cost is a free no pressure estimate. Remember, we won’t offer you any product we wouldn’t install in our own homes and if we don’t think a heat pump/ ductless systems is right for you, we’ll tell you that.
Now installing heat pump/ductless mini split systems in Ipswich, Essex, Gloucester, Rockport, Danvers, Middleton, Newburyport, West Newbury, Newbury, Groveland, Georgetown, Byfield, Rowley, Boxford, Topsfield, Wenham, South Hamilton, Manchester by the Sea, Beverly, Peabody, Salem, Lynnfield, Andover and Hamilton Prides Crossing and other locations across the North Shore and Merrimack Valley
Call Morris Heating & Air Conditioning at 978-356-9900.