Save Big This Spring with Service Experts

March 19, 2016

Spring is here at last! It’s March 20th, the first beautiful day of the spring season. The fresh feeling this season of renewal brings is all around with the warmer weather, the longer days, and the compulsion to clean your entire home. You and your brood have been stuck inside all winter so now it’s time to push those energetic kiddos out the door to release some pent up energy while you open the windows, turn on some music, and commence Spring Cleaning.

Were you aware that Americans spend over 80% of their lives indoors? Or that the air inside your home can have pollution levels up to 100 times higher than pollution levels in outdoor air? Or that we breathe about 3,000 gallons of air daily? Since we spend most of our lives indoors breathing polluted air, it’s encouraging to know there is actually a way to clean your home and save your air. So as you throw out old clothes, scrub the windows, and steam clean away a season’s worth of filth and who knows what else, don’t neglect cleaning your air.

That’s right – you can (and should) actually clean your indoor air. We’re not talking about spraying odor remover all around your living room or putting cleaning products in a diffuser. Absolutely not! Please don’t put chemicals in your home’s air – you should save your air with systems that remove dirt and kill germs lingering inside your home.

HEPA air filters using hospital-grade filtration technology can eliminate up to 99.97% of the contaminants in the air, including viruses, bacteria, pollen, and so much more. You can also invest in an air filtration system or germicidal UV light system to assist in keeping your home’s air clean

Spring is a time to clean your home and save your air, but it's also a time to think about saving the planet. If even 10% of households invested in an Energy STAR-rated HVAC system, it would prevent 13 billion (that’s billion with a B!) pounds of annual greenhouse gas emissions. If you are interested in upgrading your heating and air conditioning system, Bryant Heating & Cooling Service Experts is offering a terrific spring special on a new home comfort system and, if you invest in a qualifying system, we are also offering a free Smart Wi-Fi Thermostat when you upgrade.

We want to save the air and we want to save the planet, but let’s be candid: we really want to save money. Thanks to Bryant Heating & Cooling Service Experts, spring is a great time for that, too! Regular HVAC tune-ups can save up to 30% on your energy bills AND if you invest in the optimal level of attic insulation, you can save up to 20% on utility bills.

Upgrading your home’s heating and air conditioning systems does more than help the planet through more energy efficiency, it can also save you up to 50% on your electric and gas bills. Those savings can really add up here in Windsor. If you aren’t sure if you need a new system, you can also participate in our spring special for a Precision Tune-Up for your A/C system that can still save up to 30% more during the peak summer weather.

Spring is for saving – saving your air, saving the planet, and saving you money. Give Bryant Heating & Cooling Service Experts a call today at 226-773-3357 to start saving!

Read more about saving your home’s air at our interactive web site, SaveYourAir.com.

 
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