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5 Reasons to Install an Energy-Efficient HVAC System February 15, 2019

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5 Reasons to Install an Energy-Efficient HVAC System, Stonington, Connecticut

The average lifespan for an HVAC system is between ten and twenty years. If the system in your home is getting older, it may be time to think about upgrading it—and when you do, you should consider the advantages of energy-efficient systems. Heating and cooling technology has improved drastically, which means that making a switch will let you take advantage of innovations that cut down on power consumption while providing better service. Here are five reasons to go with an energy-efficient model.

Here’s Why an Energy-Efficient HVAC System is a Good Investment

1. Savings

Less energy consumption means lower bills. As electricity prices continue to rise, you’ll be grateful for a system that works with a maximum of efficiency in order to decrease strain on your bank account. This will pay for itself within a few years.

2. Home Value

hvacModern home buyers seek out energy-efficient features when shopping for a residence. Installing these features will help distinguish your house from others on the market and will also let you sell it for a higher price.

3. Autonomy

The less energy you consume, the less dependent you’ll be on the power grid. If you combine an efficient heating and cooling system with features like solar power, your home may soon become totally autonomous.

4. Environmental Concerns

Every household has a responsibility to help protect our environment. Using less electricity will decrease strain on national and global fuel resources, benefitting both nature and the economy. This means you’ll have a clear conscience when you heat your home in winter and cool it down during summer.

5. Comfort

Updated systems do a better job of filtering the air that circulates through your home, cutting down on allergens and benefiting anyone who suffers from respiratory issues like asthma. Fewer pollutants will find their way into your home, which will have a positive impact on your family’s health.


If it’s time to update your home’s HVAC system to a more energy-efficient model, the experts at Duncklee Cooling & Heating Inc. can help. For over 40 years, they’ve served residents of East Connecticut and Rhode Island with a variety of services, from air conditioner and furnace repairs to geothermal heat pump installations. Being family owned and operated, they place a priority on integrity and building relationships with their clients, which resulted in them being declared the 2012 Employer of the Year by the Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce. Learn more today about how they can update your home’s heating and cooling by visiting them online or call (860) 535-2552.

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