Comfy Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Energy Upgrade California’

Don’t Lose Your Chance to Take Advantage of Energy Saving Rebates!

Monday, May 15th, 2017

energy-saving-rebates-take-advantageAt Comfy Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. we are consistently helping our clients find ways to save money on their home comfort and energy costs. This includes encouraging system maintenance to ensure that their HVAC units work as efficiently and effectively as they should, and it also includes recommending systems and services that can help them earn rebates.

In less than a month, our current Lennox and Energy Upgrade CA rebate offer will expire—we encourage you to take advantage of it now! There are a number of ways you can do so. One of the most common upgrades people make to their home is investing in a higher-efficiency air conditioning system, but this is not all you can do.

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Have You Taken Advantage of Energy Upgrade California Yet?

Monday, December 12th, 2016

In case you haven’t looked into Energy Upgrade California® yet, this is a state initiative which helps homeowners such as yourself take action in order to save energy and conserve natural resources. This helps reduce demand on the electrical grid, and as a result also lowers your monthly electricity costs.

Energy Upgrade California® allows you to make educated choices about energy management both at home and at work. The program is supported by the California Public Utilities Commission and the California Energy Commission, as well as local utility companies, regional energy networks, governments and businesses, and nonprofit organizations.

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How Can You Benefit from Energy Upgrade California?

Monday, October 31st, 2016

Take a moment to consider how much you spend on energy each year. You may be surprised to find that your HVAC system accounts for about half of all your energy usage. Knowing this, it’s only natural that you want to find ways to save money. You may think that the only way to do this is by sacrificing your comfort, but this is not the case. You should be able to use each of the appliances in your home with freedom, and without the need to worry about spending your entire budget on utilities.

But how do you find a balance? Is there a way to make sure that your home comfort stays intact while still saving energy? The short answer is, yes! You may have to change your energy habits a bit, and you’ll need to seal air leaks throughout your home to ensure that your HVAC systems work as efficiently as possible. But another important step you can take is to upgrade your home with energy-efficient appliances, as outlined on the Energy Upgrade California® page.

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What Is the PACE Energy Program and How Can Homeowners Take Advantage?

Monday, July 18th, 2016

Have you heard about California PACE energy program? PACE stands for Property-Assessed Clean Energy, and this program serves as a mechanism for financing energy-efficient and renewable energy improvements on private properties.

When authorized by state law—as it is now in California—the PACE program allows local and state governments or other inter-jurisdictional authorities to fund the up-front cost of energy improvements on both commercial and residential properties, which can then be paid back over time by property owners.

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How to Make the Most of the Energy Upgrade California Savings

Monday, June 20th, 2016

When it comes to using the many appliances in your home, naturally you want to do so in the most cost-effective way possible. These days, everybody is looking at how to cut down on their energy use. Cutting down though shouldn’t mean sacrificing. You should still be able to use your HVAC system as much as you need to, as well as other appliances in your home.

So there needs to be a way to find a balance. Home comfort should never be sacrificed to save energy. Instead you can do things like change your energy habits, upgrade to energy-efficient appliances, and seal air leaks around your home. The Energy Upgrade California  page offers an infographic that shows 8 energy-efficient steps you can take to optimize your home for savings and comfort. We’ve highlighted these tips below:

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