Free Home Energy Evaluation in Canton, OH & Surrounding Areas

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Curious About Your Home’s Energy Efficiency?

Every home is unique. Factors such as how much direct sunlight reaches your house, the amount of insulation, the type of construction and the age of your house all have an effect on your heating and cooling needs.

When you call us for a quote, we don’t just sell you a furnace or an air conditioning unit. We come to your home and conduct an in-depth Home Energy Evaluation. We look at your house and how it is situated in the environment. We calculate heat loss and heat gain. We evaluate the size and number of windows, the type of windows, and the number of people who live in your house.

It’s only by doing this thorough home energy evaluation of your home that we can recommend a system that we know will effectively handle your heating and cooling needs. And most importantly, we know you’ll be satisfied with the result.

The ability to pinpoint areas for potential improvement allows families to prioritize upgrades and make improvements based on their budget. We’ll never try and push you into something you don’t need or can’t afford.

The dynamic weather changes and seasons of Ohio can make for sky high utility bills in both winter and summer. Energy that is lost through various areas in a home translates directly into lost dollars for you. We simply want to point out to you areas where you can save more of your hard earned dollars. Often times, the end result and findings of our home energy evaluation allows families to save thousands of dollars over the course of a few short years in utilities.

IN THE NEWS – Electric Bills to Double

The cost of energy is currently in the news and will be affecting many of our customers. Most sources indicate that HVAC accounts for 27% of the electric bill. Therefore, it is important for us to help customers understand the increase and how HVAC can impact their overall electric cost. The information below provides an overview of the situation and resources to research your options. We’ve also provided tips for lowering your electric bill through HVAC improvements.

Details About First Energy’s Rate Increase:

  • First Energy bills will more than double starting June 1, 2023 through May 2024.
  • Most of our service area will be impacted by this increase as Ohio Edison customers with the cost increasing from 5.3 cents per kilowatt hour to 12.39 cents/kwh.
  • To avoid the higher price, Ohioans have the right to choose their energy provider.
  • In NOPEC communities only, customers will be automatically switched to a lesser rate of $6.45 cents/kwh but almost all of the communities in our service area are not NOPEC. See NOPEC Map
  • Even though the increase occurs this month, there is still time for customers to choose a different provider. Customers can research their options to switch to a lower cost provider

Tips for Lowering Electric Bills through HVAC Improvements:

Since HVAC accounts for 27% of the overall electric bill, the Quality Team also plays a huge role in helping customers save on their electric. Here are tips for reducing energy costs through HVAC improvements:

  • Annual Tune-ups improve energy efficiency by ensuring that your unit is operating optimally.
  • Changing filters as recommended* means your system won’t have to work as hard. *We recommend changing traditional filters once a month and 5″ filters twice a year.
  • Duct Sealing reduces air leakage in your vents delivering more cool air in the rooms in your home.
  • A new Air Conditioner with higher seer ratings; such as those that are 16 SEER or 18 SEER, costs much less to operate than outdated units.
  • Managing humidity with a whole home dehumidifier can reduce the amount that an air conditioner runs by taking humidity out of the air.

As always, we offer a complimentary home energy evaluation. During this appointment, a project manager can provide you with options for HVAC improvements that will lower your energy bills. They will even show you just how much you can save on your energy bills.

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