From heating and cooling your Spring Hill, Florida, home to drying your clothes, Energy Star certified appliances can help save money while reducing energy consumption. Take a closer look at four energy-efficient certified appliances that can lower our utility bills.

Dishwashers

Dishwashers account for a substantial amount of our home’s energy consumption, even if we only run them once a day or so. If we seek out an energy-efficient model like the Blomberg DWT 25500, we can reduce our utility bill with every wash. We should take care to clean dishes completely before placing them in the washer and only run the dishwasher when it’s full in order to save additional energy.

Heat Pumps

Heat pumps can both cool and heat your home, and some models can save money in any season. Senica Air Conditioning, Inc. offers a number of highly efficient Energy Star Certified heat pumps, such as the Infinity 20 Heat Pump With Greenspeed Intelligence. This model relies on a variable-speed compressor, which enables it to operate at a low level. When necessary, the heat pump kicks into high gear to keep your home comfortable, but it won’t waste energy doing so.

Air Conditioners

Staying cool during long Florida summers often means that we have to run our air conditioner for much of the year. With an Energy Star Certified system like the Comfort 16 Central Air Conditioner, we can keep our energy costs low even when the mercury rises. This air conditioner has a seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER) rating of up to sixteen, and regular HVAC maintenance will keep it running efficiently throughout its long lifespan.

Clothes Dryers

Together with dishwashers and refrigerators, clothes dryers account for around 13% our household’s utility bill. You should review the yellow EnergyGuide label on a dryer before purchasing to ensure that it’s designed to be efficient. Look for a model with a moisture sensor to get an efficient appliance that adjusts heat based on the moisture in the laundry.

Ready to replace your old cooling system with an efficient new air conditioner? Call the HVAC experts at Senica Air Conditioning, Inc. to learn more about your options at 866-881-5935.

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