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How can Home Alliance reduce my energy bills?

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Answer

The US Department of Energy calculates that one hundredth of an inch accumulation of material on your evaporative coil can reduce energy efficiency by 20%. The DOE recommends it gets checked at least once per year. Industry surveys such as Wisconsin Public Service put the additional energy costs of a dirty condenser coil at an average $250 per year. If you have not had your coil cleaned not only are you wasting energy, you are adding pressure on your whole air conditioning system. This additional pressure will lead to premature breakdowns and costly repairs.

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