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Tips to Keep Homes Cool, Reduce Summertime Energy Costs from Gold Medal Service
24
May
2016

Tips to Keep Homes Cool, Reduce Summertime Energy Costs from Gold Medal Service

EAST BRUNSWICK, N.J., May 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Gold Medal Service, a BBB A+ rated heating, cooling, plumbing and electrical service company that services more than 125,000 homeowners throughout New Jersey, offers tips to help area residents prepare for the warm weather and save money on cooling costs this summer. Ninety-three percent of New Jersey homes have air conditioners and, according to Energy.gov, approximately 5 percent of all electricity produced in the U.S. goes to power air conditioning units. This equates to more than $11 billion in energy costs for U.S. homeowners. There are many tips and products available that can help New Jersey residents beat the heat and battle energy costs.


Your questions answered: HVAC: Cooling systems
19
May
2016

Your questions answered: HVAC: Cooling systems

HVAC systems consume 25% to 30% of the energy in a typical commercial building; functionally intensive buildings with controlled environments and large process loads can consume more than this. Providing cooling comfort and energy efficiency in nonresidential buildings is an ongoing challenge for mechanical engineers. Emphasis on building performance and adoption of energy-efficient building codes is increasing.