Tempe Az Trane Hp And A/c Condensing System Sales-spree Jump-starts The Local 2014 Air Conditioning Installation And Upgrade Decision-making Process

Posted on 08. Mar, 2014 by in Uncategorized

Wind gusts that hit sixty miles per hour and reduce visibility to mile or less dont exactly promote peak Heat Pump performance. Yet when concentrated heat from within a structure is collected and then passed over the outside condensing coils, the fire inside a structure should be discharged into the fire outside the structure. American Cooling and Heating makes certain the process functions correctly. For efficient operation, the exterior A/C or HP condensing unit must move lots of air quickly and effectively. Dirt, nearby debris and even overgrown bushes can hinder that flow. Failure to accomplish this task efficiently imposes additional wear and tear on the entire heating and cooling system. To ensure efficient operation of exterior Air Conditioning and Heat Pump condensing coils, American cooling and Heating recommends that Arizona homeowners contract for an ACH semi-annual A/C tune-up program, a program that includes cleaning the coils as well as making other major equipment performance adjustments. If the fan in the A/C condensing unit cannot move sufficient air at a reasonable pace, the cost of home cooling increases, the waste of resources necessary for generating electricity rises, and the life cycle of the outdoor cooling unit decreases. Sometimes the solution lies in proper HVAC equipment maintenance. But sometimes wear-and-tear combines with age to indicate the need for a better solution that includes replacement of the exterior system with a new Trane Heat Pump or Trane Air Conditioning condensing unit. Now is the time to get best pricing on all ACH installed Tempe AZ and other regional East Valley Trane air conditioning equipment. Throughout 2014 American Cooling and Heating is pricing Trane HVAC sales and installation to jump-start local A/C buying decisions. The deals are already available. There is no need to wait for better pricing. Its a win-win situation. ACH gets to pay more taxes and that makes the IRS smile. Tempe AZ homeowners save money on the cost of replacing or installing new Trane cooling and heating equipment and that makes the family smile. Quick Overview of Trane Air Conditioning Condensing Units On Sale Trane XV Series A/C Condensing Units XV20i Energy Star rated with support for up to 20 SEER, 55 dB sound rating and precision comfort to degree. XV18 Energy Star rated with support for up to 18 SEER at a nominal sound level of 55 dB and with humidity control comfort features. On Sale Trane XL Series A/C Condensing Units XL20i Energy Star rated supporting up to 20 SEER, 72 dB nominal sound rating and Dual Climatuff compressors.

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Is Your Warming System Doing A Good Work? Ask An Hvac Specialist

Posted on 19. Feb, 2014 by in Uncategorized

Ask anhvac company World 15 February 2014 Unique to American Information Report Whenever a winter storm just like the one we had a week ago hits, your points become specific. Keep safe and stay cozy. Remaining secure is easy: Simply stay home! But keeping comfortable can be a little more painful because it requires capacity to heat a property. And money is cost by power. The Power Information Administration predicted last drop that 90% of U.S. residences would have greater heating costs in 2013. The EIA more recently believed that heat costs are increasing by as much as 23%. I dont believe they considered the polar vortex or whats happening now, claims Bob Schork of energy markets tracker The Schork Survey. Therefore bills for householders from Texas to Maine will hurt and hurt a lot. Whats a homeowner supposed to do? Confer with your HVAC specialist about improving your properties heat. Home improvement guru, Bob Villa claims that zoned warming is just an option. The more areas your home has, the more successful it will be. Also consider the proven fact that technology has advanced likely quite substantially in comparison to when your household was initially designed. Your HVAC contractor

Administration Releases Half A Billion In Emergency Heating Funds

Posted on 01. Feb, 2014 by in Uncategorized

Source: Intellicast

The Department of Health and Human Services is releasing the $454 million in funding for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program to the states. Home energy prices, most notably for propane, have spiked in recent weeks, reaching record levels as frigid weather blanketed much of the country. National snow depth as of 7 a.m., Jan. 31: Source: Intellicast The average price of a gallon of residential propane for the week ending Jan. 20 hit $2.96, according to the Energy Information Administration, up 60 cents from mid-October, the highest price ever recorded by the agency. Prices in the Midwest are even higher; on Friday, prices ended at $4.30 a gallon in the Midwest, down from a peak of about $5 a gallon. Propane inventory in the Midwest stands at about two-thirds of its five-year average, and is 40 percent lower than this time last year. At the same time, cold temperatures have consumers using more propane than ever. To deal with the shortage, governors in many states have lifted limits on the number of hours commercial drivers transporting propane can travel. Drivers shipping propane across 24 states can stay on the road beyond the number of hours usually allowed, under emergency orders issued this month. Under ordinary circumstances, drivers must take mandatory rest breaks after 11 hours behind the wheel. Many of the emergency measures allow drivers to stay on the road for as long as 14 hours before taking a break. In a letter to state agencies, Jeannie Chaffin, the director of HHSs Office of Community Services, said the additional money comes after many states contacted the department to warn them of the strain the cold weather was placing on LIHEAP budgets. Additional LIHEAP funding by state States in the upper Midwest and the Northeast will receive the bulk of the funding. New York will get an additional $50 million, while Illinois, Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania will each receive more than $20 million in new funds. Every state in the Union except Hawaii will receive at least seven figures in new funding; Hawaii stands to gain an additional $680,874 in LIHEAP funding, HHS said. In November, HHS allocated more than $2.9 billion for LIHEAP programs, anticipating that money would be budgeted by Congress. But the cold weather made additional funds necessary. Reid Wilson covers state politics and policy for the Washington Post’s GovBeat blog. He’s a former editor in chief of The Hotline, the premier tip sheet on campaigns and elections, and he’s a complete political junkie. Reid is a Seattle native and a graduate of The George Washington University. He lives on Capitol Hill with his wife, Veronica. Get GovBeat in your inbox! Sign up here for our twice-weekly newsletters.

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