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Carrier Programmable Thermostats Provide Optimal Control and Home Comfort

Monday, September 02, 2013

You've been using a manual thermostat all these years, and now you realize it's time to get with the program. By that, you mean a programmable thermostat. You're familiar with the kind of energy savings they offer, and you're convinced that a manual thermostat just can't do the job anymore. Now that you're actively looking at programmable thermostats, consider how Carrier's various models provide optimal home comfort and energy savings.


Reduce Utility Bills With These 4 Easy DIY Solutions

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Lowering your monthly energy usage will not only allow you to contribute to the environment, it will also help reduce energy costs. We suggest that you start with these 4 simple tips.


Enhance Your HVAC System With These Carrier and Bryant Products

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Besides providing conditioned air for your comfort year-round, you can enhance your HVAC system with options like air cleaners, energy-saving ventilating devices and highly functional thermostats. In recent years, HVAC engineers have begun to address some of the problems associated with airtight homes and buildings, along with rising energy costs.


Need to Replace an A/C Capacitor? Here's What You Need to Know

Monday, August 26, 2013

If you're like most people in the Chicagoland area, you rely on your air conditioner to keep your home comfortable during the summer. However, what if the almost-unthinkable should happen and your A/C suddenly stops working? It might be time to replace an A/C capacitor.


Bill-Shrinking Summer Habits

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Trying to keep cool in the hot, humid days of a typical Midwestern summer can lead to exorbitant energy bills. A typical family in the United States spends a minimum of $2,000 a year on utilities, but great bill-shrinking summer habits could drop this amount by as much as 25 percent. The key to such savings is taking a whole-house approach. Not only should you invest wisely in energy-efficient products, but you should spend the energy you use with these products wisely.