Maytag - Heating & Cooling Licensed Partner

YOUR HEAT AND AIR GUY LLC

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723 AVENUE G
FORT MADISON, IA, 52627 US

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The Meaning of AFUE

If you’re shopping for a new heating system, you’ve probably encountered a lot of unfamiliar terms already. Like AFUE, or Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency. As with your car’s miles-per-gallon rating, a higher AFUE rating means a higher efficiency unit. An AFUE of 90% means 90% of the fuel is used to heat your home, while the other 10% is wasted in gases vented outside. Choose a higher AFUE to save more energy. As Maytag HVAC, we can help you choose the right system to optimize your home comfort and energy savings. Call us for more information today.

Why Use a Fan With Your A/C

"Did you know that using fans in the summer can allow you to set your thermostat three to five degrees higher without noticing a change in your home’s comfort? And because fans delay or reduce the need for A/C, each degree of higher temperature can save about three percent on energy costs. As Maytag heating and air experts, we can suggest even more money saving ideas and offer advice on energy efficient equipment. Contact us today. "

Insulating Your Windows From Top to Bottom

Ever think about installing insulated drapes? They reduce window heat loss through your windows by about 50% this winter. You can also use window quilts or shutters to keep more warm air in. Use this idea along with other tips from us, the Maytag heating and air experts, to keep warm all winter long. We’re here to help you save on energy bills, so call today.

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