With many changes in rules and laws, we would like to share with our customers...what they can do to save costs and help the environment...
Overland Park, KS (PRWEB) September 28, 2012
The General Public is invited to attend a “Fall Energy Efficiency Seminar” and Open House, at Bob Hamilton Plumbing +Heating +A/C + Rooter, October 10, 2012 from 7pm to 8pm. The program relates to Kansas City furnaces and will include mini-sessions on how to save money on heating your home, best practices on keeping the warm air in and the cold air out, including questions and answers.
Topics to be discussed are the Department of Energy May 1st rule changes, Mini-Split systems, Insulation: It can reduce energy usage, and 80% efficient vs. 90% efficient Furnaces: How they are different. Experts from Ruud Furnaces will be on hand to answer questions.
“With many changes in rules and laws, we would like to share with our customers and the public what they can do to save costs this winter and also help the environment at the same time,” Bob Hamilton, Owner stated.
Bob Hamilton Plumbing +Heating +A/C + Rooter also would like to take this time to invite the public to see their new facility. They moved into the 7899 Frontage Road, Overland Park, KS location a year ago and have a state of the art training facility. Light refreshments with be served. Personnel will be available to answer questions on furnace installation and furnace repair in Kansas City, as well as issue related to heat pumps in Kansas City or anything related to residential HVAC and/or plumbing.
Bob Hamilton Plumbing + Heating + A/C + Rooter is a family owned plumbing and HVAC company that has been servicing the Kansas Metro area since 1983. We are headquartered out of Overland Park, KS. Our goal is to provide 100% satisfaction to our customers. Visit BHP online at http://www.bobhamilton.com. For more information, call 913.888.4262.
About Ruud (http://www.ruud.com)
Ruud, part of the Rheem family of quality brands, provides heating, cooling and water heating products for residential and light commercial use. Founded more than 100 years ago by the inventor of the water heater, Edwin Ruud, Rheem acquired the Ruud Company in 1960. Today, Rheem continues developing Ruud products in its tradition of quality, reliability and durability.