Are you experiencing high energy bills? The weather in American Fork fluctuates from hot 90-degree Fahrenheit days in the summer to chilly 20-degree winter nights. Your HVAC system works hard to keep you comfortable throughout the year, but if it’s an older system, it could be using an excessive amount of energy to do so. A new energy-efficient system can save you money. We want you to make an informed decision when it comes to replacing your home’s HVAC system, so we’ve gathered together the following benefits of upgrading and how it will keep money in your pocket.
Lower Electric Bills
The obvious reason for installing a new HVAC system is to lower the monthly energy bills. This is the most noticeable savings. New systems can heat and cool your home using a fraction of the electricity your current system does. Many homeowners see savings of up to 40%. You’ll see these lower bills without sacrificing your comfort, and over time, these savings will help cover the cost of the upgrade. After that, the money you save will go directly into your pocket.
No Need to Escape
Have you ever been so uncomfortable that you fled your house in search of relief? Many homeowners describe feeling so warm in their houses during the summertime that they’ll go see a movie or go out to eat just to enjoy the air conditioning in these places. A new HVAC system can keep up with that heat and leave you with a comfortably cool home. The money savings comes with not having to buy movie tickets or expensive dinners out simply to find relief. Instead, you’ll enjoy a quiet evening at home in your cool and comfortable surroundings. This can save hundreds over the course of the summer.
Improved Temperature Detection
The new energy-efficient HVAC systems do a better job of detecting the temperature within your home. This results in more accurate heating and cooling. You’ll be more comfortable in your home, and you won’t continue to spend too much unnecessarily due to faulty readings. This can save several dollars off of each month’s energy bill.
We are here to help you with any repairs you may need for your home’s current HVAC system, but we understand that the cost of these repairs can add up. As your system ages, you may find that you need frequent repairs, and if it’s quite old, it can be hard to find the necessary parts to do those repairs. New energy-efficient systems need fewer repairs, and if you do need to replace any parts, we have a larger selection of OEM and after-market parts available. Not only do you save the money all of those repairs were costing, but future repairs may also be more affordable.
Home automation is a fast-growing trend in American Fork and across the country. More and more smart devices are finding their way into the home. Modern HVAC systems offer you the ability to control the temperature within your house from your smartphone. This eliminates the cost of cooling and heating the house when everyone is at work or school. At the same time, you’ll never have to worry about coming home to an uncomfortable house. This can add up to substantial savings over time. Homeowners save an average of $50 per year.
In addition to all of these savings, the government offers additional cash incentives for homeowners that upgrade to a modern energy-efficient HVAC system. This incentive comes in the form of a cash rebate. You’ll need to send in your proof of purchase to the state’s energy department in order to be approved. Once it’s accepted, they’ll mail your rebate check to your home. This can be several hundred dollars up to a couple of thousand dollars.
Rely on the Professionals
Gunthers Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing has been serving American Fork and the surrounding areas since 1910. As a Lennox Premier Dealer, we can help you find the perfect HVAC system for your home’s size and needs. We’re open Monday through Friday, and we provide emergency HVAC services 24/7. In addition to all of your heating and cooling needs, we offer plumbing services such as drain cleaning, leak detection and repair, and water heater installation. Call Gunthers Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing today to learn more about how a new HVAC system can save you money.