Unreliable furnace pilot lights are a major issue during cold winter months when you need your heating system to be at its most dependable. It’s a distressing problem that may have you automatically reaching for the phone to call a contractor for help, but unless your system is under a generous warranty, it pays to check pilot light for possible issues first. You may even be able to solve the problem on your own.
The specific HVAC equipment you choose can have a big impact on energy efficiency in your home, and that’s not just down to the specific heating and cooling unit you choose.
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There are plenty of ways you can reduce your energy consumption this summer, save money, and still be comfortable in your own home.
Taxpayers who upgrade their homes to energy efficiency heating and cooling systems may be eligible for tax credits to offset some of the costs. Federal tax credits returned for 2015 (last year) and 2016 on qualifying equipment. Furnaces with over 95% energy efficiency qualify for $150.00 tax credit. If the furnace has an ECM motor that furnace also qualifies for an additional $50.00 tax credit up to a total of $200.00.