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Getting your Air Conditioning ready for a Cincinnati Summer

April 28th, 2011 No Comments

  Getting your Air Conditioning ready for a Cincinnati SummerIt is cool now but not for long.  If you want your house to be cool in this summer, you can spend a lot of money installing an air conditioner, and more paying for air conditioning on your monthly electricity bill. Or you could let Cincinnati Energy Solutions  show you ways to keep your house cooler, save energy, and use less air conditioning. And then if necessary install a properly sized high efficiency AC.

By having a home energy assessment before doing any energy upgrades to your home CES can determine if all the conditioned air you are paying to pump into your home is leaving through unseen cracks and crevices.  Most comfort problems in a home are the result of air infiltration and insulation that is insufficient or incorrectly installed.  After making sure these items are up to par then it is time to look at the sizing and efficiency of your air conditioner and furnace.  If your in immediate need of a replacement,  now is the best time to make sure your putting the right size equipment into the optimal situation and are truly addressing the comfort issues in your home.

Forest Park/GCEA/Cincinnati Energy Solutions

April 15th, 2011 No Comments

The City of Forest Park and The Greater Cincinnati Energy Alliance have teamed up with Cincinnati Energy Solutions to offer home energy assessments ( audits) to homeowners for $50.00.($400-$500 value) Based on the results of the home energy assessment (audit), the homeowner can receive 50% up to $6000.00 of the price of recommend energy upgrades including air sealing, insulation upgrades, duct sealing, furnace, AC, or hot water heater replacement and more. You can contact Cincinnati Energy Solutions directly to get signed up for this limited time program. This program mirrors a program already available to all homeowners in Hamilton County that offers the home energy assessment (audit) to home owners for $50 and 35% up to $4200.00 off the price of recommended upgrades.