DUTCH HEATING INC
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YORK, PA, 17401 US
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At a Glance
- Contractor's Preferred Protection Plan
- Rebate Program
Up to $1,300 instant rebate on Maytag systems!
GAME CHANGER REBATE! Save big on Maytag from October 1 through December 31, 2015. Ask us for details and qualifying systems.
Offer Valid from: 10/1/2015 to 12/31/2015
Restrictions and Limitations may apply.
Best Applications for Heat Pumps
If you live where temperatures typically stay above freezing and electric rates are low, you can save money by using an electric heat pump year round. Heat pumps draw heat from outdoor air in winter and release it inside. In summer, the process is reversed. The cost of buying and installing a heat pump divided by the total hours used each year is often less than that of buying and installing individual heating and air systems. As Maytag heating and air experts, we can recommend a heat pump or other equipment that can cut your energy bills while keeping your home more comfortable. Call us for a consultation today.
When You’re Not Home, Should You Turn Off Your Air Conditioner?
A lot of people may think, “Well if I’m cool and I’m done being in the home for a while, I’ll just turn the air conditioner off completely.” That may not be a good idea and here's why: The whole home heats up – the roof, the floors, the walls, all the furniture – and it takes a fair amount of time to cool that back down. Therefore if you’re not going to be at home for a little while, it’s alright to turn up the temperature a couple of degrees in the summertime or down in the wintertime, however we don't suggest you turn the system off entirely. It can warm up your house to the degree that it can’t recover and you’ll be uncomfortable for a good while. To find out more tips like this, give us a call.
Does Chimney Placement Make a Difference
You’d be surprised at how many new homes are being constructed with inside chimney designs. That’s because more traditional chimneys, constructed along the outside of a home, lose valuable heat to the cold outside air. And that means more energy waste and higher heating costs. As Maytag heating and air experts, we can suggest other energy saving tips as well as energy efficient equipment for your new home construction. Give us a call today.