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Improve Energy Efficiency

If you are a homeowner, we know that you are always looking for ways to improve the energy efficiency of your home. Not only do you save energy this way but you also save money and we know that you love saving money. Our team of specialists here at Public Service Plumbers want to give you 2 simple tips to lower your energy bill and improve energy efficiency in your home today. So take a look at these steps and watch your energy bill drop in the coming months.

Make the Water System More Efficient

You could start by simply making your water system efficient with the installation of low-flow plumbing fixtures such as showerheads, faucets, and toilets. Some models are adjustable so that each individual user could switch the settings to whatever they like. The other great benefit of low-flow fixtures is that they are fairly inexpensive to install. They usually repay themselves in a matter of months.

Having a tankless water heater could help deliver hot water instantly instead of wasting water by running it until your water heats up. Going tankless could help you waste less energy and help you conserve water. Even getting a new tanked water heater could provide a huge improvement in your energy bills as they run much better than past versions. Upgrading to a new unit today can help you save money tomorrow.

Replace High-Energy Appliances with More Efficient Versions

If your home is over 15 years old it could largely benefit from upgrading to more energy efficient appliances. such as a new air conditioner, furnace, or boiler. For the most part, if your heating system is around 15 to 20 years old it may be running rough and wasting major energy for today’s standards. Technology has made it possible for these units to run much smoother and energy efficient. Even a low-end model of today could compete and outperform the high-end model of yesterday.

We recommend that you consider replacing older fixtures or appliances that you could have on your property and combine those replacements with minor home improvements such as sealing doors and windows, adding more insulation and improving ductwork. When you take these steps you will help improve the energy efficiency of your home. Though these changes may seem expensive they will be worth it over the long run.

Wondering How Efficiently Your Home Is Running?

Following these two steps, you can create some serious energy savings in your home and even add value to it. If you are unsure about how much energy your home is wasting right now you may always call on us to run a series of tests to show where you could save. We will gladly inspect your home’s plumbing system and help get your system running as efficiently as possible. If you are thinking about improving the energy efficiency of your home then give us a call today. Get in touch with our highly-rated company today at 214-363-4477.

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