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The Top 4 Things to Know About Natural Gas and Energy Efficient HVAC
Wednesday, October 29, 2014

How can you make smart energy choices to promote energy efficient HVAC?

Interested in reducing your utility bills by achieving energy efficient HVAC? Of course you are! Every homeowner and business owner is chomping at the bit to cut down on monthly utility bills. But how do you do it?

Simple: natural gas. This fuel source alternative to oil and propane is cleaner for the environment – and better for homeowners’ wallets. So why is natural gas so amazing for HVAC? Here are some of the benefits of this fuel phenomenon:

  1. Happy Homeowners. Residences that rely on natural gas are among the most energy efficient homes, which for you means enjoying a heavier wallet and a lighter conscience. Being friendly to the environment turns out being friendly to your budget as well.
  2. Booming Business. Natural gas has contributed to the success of businesses that grow the economy while also reducing their overall carbon footprint. Businesses can especially benefit from this approach, as tax credits and breaks for sustainable practices are becoming more consistently rewarded at the commercial level.
  3. Minimal Energy Loss. Natural gas is the cleanest burning fossil fuel. With other fuel sources, energy efficiency is most often lost during the process of harnessing and transferring energy to homes and business. When you rely on these other fuel sources, that can mean that you lose up to 70% of that energy, compared to only 10% when it comes to natural gas. Talk about a huge difference!
  4. Natural Gas Rewards. Investing in natural gas appliances rewards you with considerable benefits over time, through saving energy and lowering your monthly costs. There are also tax credits available for reducing emissions and pollution. 

Energy consumption at the residential and commercial level can be lowered through the simple process of converting to natural gas.

Contact us at G+S Energy to request more information about natural gas and energy efficient HVAC.

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