Efficiency

Ask Phil: How to Make My Furnace More Energy Efficient?

2021-03-02T18:50:31-05:00February 22nd, 2021|Efficiency, HVAC|

Keeping your home warm can be expensive. Luckily, energy efficient appliances help conserve costs. When furnaces and boilers operate at low efficiency, costs can remain high while your home stays cold. Knowing if your heater is energy efficient will make sure you get the most out of your heating bill.   1. Start by [...]

ASK PHIL: Lower Utility Bills and Repair Costs with Phil’s Basic-5 Winter Checklist

2019-10-25T11:36:17-04:00October 25th, 2019|Efficiency, HVAC, lower bills, winter checklist|

First-time homeowners and warm-climate natives who recently relocated to Massachusetts—start thinking about winter before all the leaves are off the trees. Winter may seem like a no-brainer, but if you don’t take time now to formulate a plan of action, you may find yourself unprepared or at risk when the first big snow storm [...]

ASK PHIL: Back To School For Heat Pump Trends In The Northeast

2021-01-07T16:50:44-05:00August 29th, 2019|Efficiency, HVAC|

Manufacturer training isn’t a one-time course. To continue getting the top-rated heating and cooling reviews I like to see from our customers, every HVAC technician at CPS needs ongoing training to stay up to date on the latest advances and effective techniques for providing the best HVAC installation and service . . . including [...]

Ask Phil: Hire the best heating and cooling contractor near me

2019-02-27T10:56:16-05:00January 23rd, 2019|Efficiency, HVAC, money saving|

Keying the title of this article into a search engine is a good start. There’s a lot of information out there about hiring the best local HVAC technicians to install, maintain, and repair your heating, cooling, and air quality equipment. Those articles are good for general overviews, such as learning what contemporary air quality [...]

Ask Phil: Adapt To Seasonal Changes With Mini-Split Comfort and Savings

2019-01-29T22:04:31-05:00October 17th, 2018|ductless mini split, Efficiency, money saving|

In New England, the seasons are anything but cut and dry. In recent memory, we’ve had 50-degree days in December, and I’ve still had on long pants and shirts in June. The transitions between seasons can make it difficult to achieve ideal comfort, especially when families are looking to save on heating costs. I [...]