Remember to change your air filters at least every 3 months, but it’s recommended to change them every 60 days. Clean filters keep your HVAC system healthy, they enable it to run more efficiently, keep repair costs to a minimum, and reduce monthly energy bills. About half of your monthly energy bill is attributed to HVAC, and keeping clean air filters is the single most effective way to improve HVAC efficiency. Clogged filters make the HVAC work harder as it conditions your home, which raises your energy bill. (And if there are no filters, the coils will clog, which is even worse for your system.)
We’re very excited to announce that we now offer many different financing options through the GeoSmart Financing program. We have 3, 6, 9, 12, 18, & 24 months Same As Cash, 12-48 months with ZERO Interest as well as the traditional Reduced Interest Loans! You could be approved in your own home with a simple phone call! Please visit the website to learn more on this great program.
Investing in an energy efficient air conditioning system for your home could help you save money throughout the year. It could pay for itself within years just in energy savings alone!
Choosing a system with a SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) rating of 14 or higher means your system will use about 30% less energy than the average system built just 10 years ago.
Considering selling your home in the next few years? A high-efficiency HVAC system could increase the resale value of your home.
Local Technician Passes National “Excellence” Test
Businesses and Homeowners Benefit
April 15, 2005 —
(Perry GA) What do you do if you’re a business with a commercial refrigeration or ice-making equipment problem or if you’re a homeowner with a heating or cooling equipment problem but you don’t know a reliable, knowledgeable technician? Do you just pick someone randomly out of the phone book, or ask a friend who may not know more than you do? How do you know if the technician you pick really knows what they’re doing?
A national certification test has been developed, and is now being administered, to assure that technicians have the skills to do the job. North American Technician Excellence (NATE) offers these voluntary tests to technicians in the areas of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration. The independent, not-for-profit organization is supported by an unprecedented combination of technicians, manufacturers, distributors, utilities, and refrigeration, heating and cooling contractors.
Pike’s Peak Performance HVACR, LLC of Perry is proud to announce that Mark Pike recently passed three NATE tests: Air Conditioning Technician, Installation Technician and Service Technician. This certification benefits businesses and home owners by giving them an independent standard by which to select a knowledgeable technician to work on their systems.
“This certification really helps,” says Pike, head technician and owner of the company. “It’s a way that we can show our customers that we really care about doing the job right, and that we know how to get it done right the first time.”
“Contractors in this field today are trying to improve their industry’s image,” says NATE spokesperson Carl Smith. “This certification test is national, independent, focused on current technology, and aimed at a high standard for technicians, so only the best will pass. This encourages all technicians to improve their skills in order to keep up with the pack, and that improves the overall industry for everyone!”
For more information about what Pike’s Peak Performance Refrigeration, Heating and Cooling can do for your home or business, call 478-987-5547 locally. For more information about NATE, call Carl Smith in Arlington VA at 703-600-0361 or visit NATE online at www.natex.org.
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