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Now that winter is finally over, it’s time to get into the spring swing of things. Warm weather will soon be here, and that means your energy-saving practices from winter just aren’t going to cut it anymore. Read Beaver Brothers’ blog for five tips to save energy during spring in Salisbury, NC.

LED light bulbs

LED light bulbs last longer, shine brighter, and use less electricity than traditional incandescent ones. Upgrade your lamps and light fixtures to LED lighting- you won’t be disappointed.

Mini splits from Beaver Brothers

If it’s time to say goodbye to your old HVAC system, consider switching to ductless HVAC. Mini splits are ductless heat pumps that run more efficiently and create maximum comfort for the whole family. In addition, ductless HVAC can be installed in finished rooms or historic homes where extensive renovation is a costly endeavor.

Cook outdoors in Salisbury, NC

Cooking meals in the kitchen produces a large amount of heat that stays inside the house, raising the temperature. Plan a few weekly meals around the grill to keep your home cool and save energy during spring in Salisbury, NC.

Save energy during spring with a sealed home

If there are gaps and cracks around your windows and doors, your precious air conditioning is heading straight outside the moment it blows from the vents. Use caulk and weatherstripping to keep your cold air inside and lower your A/C bills.

Spring air conditioner maintenance from Beaver Brothers

Your air conditioner needs regular maintenance, and spring is the perfect time to schedule it. Spring HVAC maintenance will reduce your energy costs and prevent costly and inconvenient repairs during the heat of summer. If you haven’t scheduled your spring air conditioner maintenance yet, call or click here today! Beaver Brothers’ professional HVAC technicians will ensure your A/C unit is prepared to run efficiently all spring and summer in Salisbury, NC.

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Gentlemen, We just got our monthly Home Energy Report from Duke Power. The report tracks our kilowatt hour usage monthly going back a year and compares our usage to the “Average Home” and that of an energy “Efficient Home.” Our track record before February showed that we ranged between 200-800 kilowatt hours above the Average Home. The downward spiral of our energy usage tracks exactly to the installation of the geothermal HVAC unit by you and your team. We are now tracking consistently with the “Average Home” and are only about 200 kilowatt hours above the “Efficient Home.” The big number however is that we are 1,000 kilowatt hours below our usage in June of last year! Now, I know that circumstances out of our control can raise or lower kilowatt hour usage, but Jan and I are convinced the numbers relate directly to the geothermal system. From a dollar standpoint, we are paying a range of $50-75 less per month to Duke Power. Just thought that you and your team would appreciate a testimonial regarding the value of their work and the products that they represent. Sincerely, Rick

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