The heater and how it works

We are so used to comfort and convenience that it is easy to become discontent at the smallest problem.  Drivers are often rude and discourteous to other drivers because they are in a hurry or drive so close to the car in front of them because they refuse to let another car ahead of them.  Customers will complain to the store manager if they have to wait in line for more time then they feel is necessary. In our country, from the moment we have our instant breakfast to commuting in our air conditioned luxury cars bringing us to the moment that we arrive in your ergonomically designed office chair, we expect convenience and comfort.  Because of this we consume the most energy in our homes through the use of our heating and cooling systems. One way biggest ways to achieve energy savings is through upgrading or complete replacement of an older less efficient heating and cooling system. Traditional heating and air conditioning systems use refrigerant coolant to cool your home. Several of these air conditioning coolants are dangerous for our environment, and are known to damage the ozone.   Also, traditional heat and cooling systems use ductwork systems that can cause homeowners to consume large amounts of energy to heat and or cool their home. Twenty percent of the heated and cooled air that is forced through your ductwork system is unutilized in the heating and cooling of your home because of the inefficiency of the ductwork system. Air often leaks from the adjoining areas in the duct work. Also, overtime holes and cracks can develop in the ductwork metal where heated and cooled air also is lost.  Many homeowners assume that most of their conditioned air is lost through the windows and doors but this is not the case. The inefficiency of the ductwork system is the biggest cause of lost conditioned air that leads to higher utility cost and more energy consumption.

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