total comfort systems heating & air conditioning
total comfort systems heating & air conditioning
Total Comfort Systems Heating & Air Conditioning 619-251-2150
Total Comfort Systems Heating & Air Conditioning                           619-251-2150

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Innovative Features Offer Cooling Efficiency

Some homeowners refuse to use air conditioning in their home, even as they swelter through another summer. Their image of an air conditioner is a noisy window unit that makes the air feel clammy indoors and drips water outside. Today's AC is not your grandmother's room's air conditioner.

 

 

Check out these new features:

 
* High-efficiency units. They lower monthly cooling bills and waste less energy. Look for air conditioners with the ENERGY STAR label, and a high SEER rating. Both are industry standards for efficient energy use.
* Non-polluting Freon, or refrigerant. It's now possible to buy environmentally responsible, chlorine-free refrigerant that provides cooling comfort but does not harm the environment.
* Direct-drive fans. They reduce the noise of outdoor condensers for central air conditioners.
* Programmable thermostats. Preset the thermostat to match the hours you are home or away. Set the thermostat to a warmer temperature to save money on cooling services when no one is home. Program the temperature to start cooling 15 minutes or a half-hour before you are due home.

 

Updating an HVAC System Offers Future Savings

Replacing an old, inefficient HVAC system doesn't need to be a financial burden. It can be a company's chance to cut energy costs. Engineers have a much better understanding of the heating and cooling demands on commercial buildings. New HVAC designs waste less energy and less
money.
Here are some strategies to consider when investing in a new HVAC system:
- Invest in the highest-efficiency boiler, furnace, chiller, air handler and rooftop unit that your company can afford. High-efficiency systems use less energy and cost less in utility bills.
- Recalculate the energy load on your building. Chances are the building and its use have changed since the previous system was installed.
- With better building efficiency, you may be able to install a smaller and less costly HVAC system. Simple measures like reducing the lighting level, insulating windows and sealing duct leaks may decrease HVAC demands.
- Appliances and other equipment also can emit heat and strain your HVAC system. Evaluate their use and energy costs.
- Consider automating energy management. Various new computerized systems adjust air flow and temperature based on occupancy, building use and other factors.
As temperatures continue to soar across the United States, increased energy bills are not far behind. 
 
Invest in a good thermostat: Old school thermostats keep the temperature constant all day long, wasting big bucks to cool your home when you're not around. Purchase a good programmable thermostat, which you can set to turn the AC off when you go to work, or raise the temperature a little after you've gone to bed. Total Comfort Systems offers programmable thermostats that are energy efficient and very easy to use, saving you time and money today and in the future.  Give us a call for all of your cooling needs this summer. We also offer affordable HVAC services for commercial and residential services, sales and installations. Let us handle all of your heating and cooling needs to help you beat the heat and stay cool this summer. Give us a call!

 

Check back regularly for news about our company and the latest innovations in the heating and cooling market.

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We can provide you with valuable, expert advice on the uses and benefits of solar technology.

 

Curious if solar energy is right for you? Our technicians will gladly advise you.Call us today at (619) 251-2150.

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Total Comfort Systems Heating & Air Conditioning

 

3911 N. Cordoba 

Spring Valley,  CA 91977

Phone: 619-251-2150

jayson@tcstotalcomfort.com

sales@tcstotalcomfort.com

 

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