After a long, hot summer you are probably happy to be turning off your air conditioner for the last time until next spring when you hope it starts up again,
Most people don’t think about their air conditioning and heating system until it breaks or becomes so old it is not worth repairing. In fact, a recent survey of U.S. homeowners, conducted by Emerson Climate Technologies suggests that 59 percent of people who bought new HVAC systems in the past two years were buying due to the failure of their existing system or the costly repairs required to keep it running.
Top 5 Homeowner Benefits:
- Long term Reliability
- Monthly Operating Costs
- Always Produces Desired Air Temperature
- The Purchase Price
- Maintains Desired Temperature throughout Home
Emerson Climate Technologies recently conducted a survey of approximately 1,500 U.S.
We usually don’t spend too much time thinking about our AC systems. We just want them – and expect them – to work. And when the AC fails, we don’t think much about the replacement other than the fact that it needs to be replaced ASAP,
I was reading a recent post on one of my favorite social media channels a few weeks ago regarding new “gadget products” that were designed to keep consumers cool and comfortable during the summer months, and especially at night. Some of the more interesting ones included self-cooling pillows,
Depending on the size or the layout of the house,
In the United States, November is the traditional time of giving thanks for all the good things in our lives. For most of the country though, by the time the Thanksgiving holiday rolls around, we are usually only thankful for “winter things,” like “shelter from the cold” and warm “comfort food.” By then,
Why, in survey after survey, do consumers indicate they would pay a little extra for better comfort or energy savings but still continue to purchase the basic, minimum efficiency and lightly featured systems? This past year, AC & Heating Connect worked with Triple Pundit (a new-media company for highly conscious business leaders focused on the triple bottom line – people,
The demand for high efficiency central air conditioning systems in the U.S. can be segmented into several categories.
- One type of efficiency buyer is mostly interested in the financial/economic incentives and these consumers tend to come and go with the vagaries of government and utility based incentives.