What to Look for In An Air Conditioning Company

February 7, 2017

For most of us, a house represents the largest financial investment we’ll ever make. That means finding a company to handle your AC needs is of utmost importance, as well. The company you pick will be your partner in choosing and maintaining your home’s HVAC unit, which has consequences you might not have thought about. Since cooling and heating can account for almost half of a typical homeowner’s energy costs, making the right decision can have an impact on your financial well-being, in addition to the comfort of you and your family. For years, people in Idaho have trusted Conan Heating & Air Conditioning

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Should I Continue Repairing My AC Unit?

February 7, 2017

For most of us, a house represents the largest financial investment we’ll ever make. That means finding a company to handle your AC needs is of utmost importance, as well. The company you pick will be your partner in choosing and maintaining your home’s HVAC unit, which has consequences you might not have thought about. Since cooling and heating can account for almost half of a typical homeowner’s energy costs, making the right decision can have an impact on your financial well-being, in addition to the comfort of you and your family. For years, people in Idaho have trusted Conan Heating & Air Conditioning

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Geothermal Heating & Cooling is a very Cost Effective Solution

January 30, 2014

Geothermal heating and cooling are by far one of the most efficient ways to control the climate of your home. It takes a fraction of the energy to heat your home that a traditional system will, which is more money in your pocket. That being said, you might be wondering just how well geothermal performs comparatively. Our systems are able to take one unit of power and turn it into up to 5 units of heating or cooling power. That’s up to a whopping 500% efficiency! To put that into perspective, traditional units cap out at an efficiency of 98%

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Benefits to Having a Geothermal System Installed

July 1, 2013

If you’re similar to most other Idaho Falls homeowners, you’re looking for ways to save the most money on your energy needs. Thankfully, we have exactly what you’re searching for with our geothermal heating and cooling systems. Continue reading for more information on how our line of WaterFurnace geothermal systems is a perfect fit for any home. The EPA and the U.S. Department of Energy teamed up to determine which system is the best at providing the most energy-efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly way to have the best temperature control for every building. It was determined that

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Prepare for the Summer Heat While Going Green with a Geothermal System

May 13, 2013

The summer heat up is quickly approaching as Idaho Falls progresses into the midway point of spring. This means that you’re going to start to turn on your AC. But what do you do if your air conditioner and furnace are showing signs of old age and are beginning to need more money sunk into repairs than they’re worth? You may start looking at systems to replace it with, but a geothermal system is an even better choice. A geothermal heat pump can save you up to 70% on your heating, cooling, and hot water – all in one package

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Geothermal Systems are Extremely Efficient and Save you Money

May 6, 2013

If you are changing from a traditional heating and cooling system to a geothermal system, the savings that you’ll experience are hard to refute. After all, a geothermal system is leaps and bounds ahead of other solutions with an efficiency ranging 3 and 4 times that of traditional systems. This means that for every unit of power that the system uses, you get back 3 to 4 times that much output. Traditional systems normally see an efficiency of around 0.7 to 0.9. This means that for a normal fossil fuel furnace, you’re undoubtedly losing out on the power you’re spending.

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The Benefits of a Geothermal System Go Beyond Just Saving Money

April 1, 2013

There are abundant benefits that you can gain from having a geothermal heating and cooling system set up in your home. One of the primary items that stand out is the savings you’ll experience on your heating and cooling bills. Let’s face it, this is presumptively the largest benefit that homeowners worry about. This by itself provides plenty of reasons to upgrade to a geothermal system. However, there are abundant more benefits hiding just below the surface. The primary source of energy used in the heating and cooling process comes straight from the ground.

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Go Green and Save Money with a Geothermal Heating and Cooling System

March 18, 2013

As a homeowner, you are routinely looking for ways to keep as much of your money in your pocket as possible. You make sure to switch off lights when you exit a room, you keep your home fixed at a few degrees warmer or cooler subject to the season, you make sure that you don’t have any leaks passing through your windows or doors, and many more things that you know can help you save money on your utility bills. But what about your actual heating and cooling system? If you’re using a traditional system, you aren’t

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Take Advantage of the Tax Credit for a New Geothermal System

February 26, 2013

There is good news for homeowners living in Idaho Falls. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Bill of 2009 has provided a larger tax credit above and beyond the original legislation. This is suitable for anyone who has a geothermal heating and cooling system installed during the time between January 1, 2009, and December 31, 2016. As a part of both bills, you can deduct a one-time tax credit of 30% of the investment cost. Yet, the old legislation had a cap of $2,000. The major benefit of the newer bill is that there is no cap anymore.

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Geothermal Heating is Great for Going Green

October 29, 2012

Green technology has been in the news quite a bit over the last few years. Everyone is working to help the environment wherever they can. They’re exchanging out for energy-efficient light bulbs, they’ve taken up recycling everything they can, making sure that they turn off electrical devices and lights when they aren’t using them, and generally being conscientious about their environment. One thing many people don’t think about is how they can improve their heating and air conditioning to fall more in line with being environmentally friendly. Normal heating units rely on combustion to create energy. WaterFurnace

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