San Antonio Air Conditioning Company Educates Customers on Ways to Save Energy

Compton Air Conditioning & Heating, a trusted provider of air conditioning service and installation in San Antonio, offers customers several key tips on how to save energy during the hot summer months. Compton emphasizes the importance of saving energy and "going green" by unplugging unused appliances, using weather stripping around doors and windows, using CFL lighting fixtures, and replacing older appliances with Energy Star rated appliances.

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San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) July 02, 2012

For more than 30 years, San Antonio-based cooling specialists Compton Air Conditioning & Heating have been providing residents with AC and heating repair and service. Having been in the industry for so long, the company has learned many methods by which consumers can reduce their energy use, resulting in overall lower utility bills. Compton Air Conditioning & Heating would now like to share these methods with its customers.

The first thing Compton Air Conditioning & Heating recommends is to simply unplug electronics when not in use. Many electronics and appliances consume significant amounts of energy even when turned off. Anything with a clock or a remote control, for instance, will constantly consume electricity to power these features. By unplugging these electronics or consolidating them into a surge protector, which can easily be switched on and off, consumers will see noticeable reductions in their home's energy use.

Similarly, many older appliances consume much more energy than they need to. Compton Air Conditioning & Heating suggests that customers replace these aging appliances with modern Energy Star-compliant models. These consume far less energy. Homeowners will also see significant savings by switching to CFL light fixtures, which consumer less energy and give off less heat.

Another method Compton Air Conditioning & Heating recommends for consumers looking to save energy is to ensure that there is weather stripping around all the doors and windows in a home. This prevents the indoor climate controlled air from leaking outside, which causes heating and cooling units to work harder, in turn using more energy. For more information on these or other methods of "going green," contact the specialists at Compton Air Conditioning & Heating.

About the company:
Compton Air Conditioning & Heating is a full service, maintenance, and retrofit company. Their focus is on Residential Homes, Property Management, Custom New Construction Residential Homes, and Light Commercial Business, new and existing, Third Party Consulting.The experience gained in servicing the HVAC industry for more than 30 years gives them the ability to manage change and uncertainties, which sets their company apart. For more information visit their website at http://www.comptonhvac.com.


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