Many people see the Energy Star emblem and know that it designates energy-efficient products. But not as many people know what the Energy Star program is. Founded by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 1992, Energy Star’s primary purpose is to help businesses and individuals protect the environment and save money. To do this, Energy Star labels products that conform to high standards for energy efficiency. Earning the Energy Star label isn’t easy, as it involves extensive third-party testing performed in EPA-approved laboratories.
Locating an HVAC company that offers Energy Star furnace and air conditioning installation ensures that you will save money and do your part in reducing greenhouse gases. Even if your furnace or air conditioner is Energy Star certified, annual inspections and tune up will keep everything working efficiently, which can save you money and keep your home more comfortable.
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