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Chas Roberts is now offering a free energy efficiency evaluation

Go Green. Be Environmentally Friendly. These terms are heard all the time. But what do they really mean? To some, it's using fluorescent light bulbs or recycling their newspaper. In Arizona, one of the ways residents can "go green" and make the biggest difference is with home cooling and heating systems. Where temperatures reach the 90s and 100s for more than half of the year, in Arizona it is essential to understand energy efficiency and that our home cooling and heating system is operating at peak efficiency.

For homes built in or prior to the year 2004, Chas Roberts is offering a free Energy Efficiency Evaluation ("EEE"). Using infrared technology, Chas Roberts' process is the best energy audit in Arizona. An energy audit can help homeowners determine where their home could be losing cold/hot air by measuring temperature differences in strategic places of a home, such as outside access doors, windows, and at the attic entrance. If the temperature is higher at these points than in the rest of the house, it's likely that the house is losing air through these access points.

Chas Roberts also evaluates the efficiency of the current air conditioning and heating system by assessing the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER), age and working condition. If it's time to replace an old system, trade up with Chas Roberts and save as much as $4,200 with a $1,000 trade-up incentive from Chas Roberts, manufacturer and utility company rebates and a federal tax credit. Avoid missing out on these incentives and the opportunity to complete an Arizona energy audit, available now to homeowners who purchase and install a more energy efficient cooling and heating system.

"Go Green" in a big way and increase energy efficiency with one of the best HVAC providers in Arizona. Contact Chas Roberts!

Chas Roberts creates comfortable living environments for Arizona homeowners by providing quality installations and service of heating & air conditioning systems at competitive prices. Chas and Alice Roberts founded Chas Roberts Air Conditioning in 1942 and the business has been family owned and operated since day one. Today Chas Roberts, the largest HVAC provider in the state with eight locations including Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Queen Creek, Litchfield, Avondale, Sun City and Tucson, passes along its buying power to homeowners and backs its service with highly trained personnel and on-line scheduling capabilities. For more information, visit http://www.ChasRoberts.com.

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