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HVAC Contractor in Tampa, FL., FL-Air Heating & Cooling, Announces Website Redesign – Press Release

HVAC Contractor in Tampa, FL., FL-Air Heating & Cooling, Announces Website Redesign

Tampa, FL – HVAC is one of the most expensive pieces of appliances in a home and it is crucial that homeowners are taking a proactive approach when it comes to maintenance. The only challenge might be getting someone to do a good job and that is where FL-Air Heating & Cooling comes in. It is a family-owned company, dedicated to providing HVAC solutions for Tampa residents.

The company has redesigned its website to make it easy for customers to access their services. As a homeowner, one can never know when the unit will break down. This is a fact that FL-Air Heating & Cooling is well aware of and that is why they strive in providing prompt response, as the company can be reached 24/7, 365 days a year. It is now possible for customers to request an estimate with the newly redesigned website.

“We understand emergencies happen. That’s why we are here when you need us the most. We offer 24-hour service 7 days a week – ready to work hard to solve any HVAC issues you may have. We will always do right by our customers. We strive for transparency in all that we do so there are never any surprises. All work is quoted upfront with guaranteed competitive pricing,” said Mark Lang, the spokesperson for FL-Air Heating & Cooling, regarding their unrivaled services.

Homeowners can rest easy knowing that there will be someone to diagnose and fix the issues with the HVAC unit, regardless of the time of the day or night. The website redesign has made it easy for the company to offer scheduled maintenance because they understand that homeowners are busy people that do not want to be inconvenienced. Homeowners can opt for a one-time or biannual maintenance plan depending on the condition of

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20% of US homes use 45% of cooling consumption nationwide

Twenty percent of Americans have HVAC systems that cost the homeowner an extra $882 annually on average to keep their homes cool — almost four times as much as the most efficient similar homes. This is according to a new study conducted by smart home energy company Sense who make smart home energy monitors.

But here’s the surprising finding: The 20% of homes with the highest cooling account for 45% of all cooling consumption nationwide.

Updating these inefficient homes could save 8% of US residential electricity usage overall and eliminate nearly 52 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually.

During the first US presidential debate, Vice President Joe Biden promised to upgrade 4 million buildings and weatherize 2 million homes over four years, creating 1 million new jobs and re-energizing the economy (see Biden’s plan here). Sense’s analysis of home energy data supports the potential impact of the plan on the US’s energy picture and climate change goals, and it goes a step further by identifying the homes that will have the biggest impact overall. 

It’s already being done in other countries. As of this week, homeowners in England can apply for vouchers worth up to £10,000 to make their homes more energy-efficient through the government’s Green Homes Grant scheme. Improvements could include home insulation or installing low-carbon heating.

Updating and weatherizing the least efficient homes could save US consumers $15.3 billion annually while moving the US closer to climate change goals. Incentive programs that updated the 20% of homes with the highest cooling usage would eliminate 115 billion kWh of electricity usage annually. By comparison, in 2019, the US generated 107 billion kWh from solar and 300 billion kWh from wind.

Sense CEO Mike Phillips said:

Focusing on home upgrades and weatherization is a smart move because it can

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