Roll into Spring – Fresh and Green
What if you could…?
- …make the air cleaner for your family?
- …guarantee them clean water?
- …make your home safer for their overall health and well-being?
- …save energy, help the environment and save on utility bills, too?
Now, you can.
And, when you do make the all-important decision to align your home with Green Living, the options can be overwhelming. That’s where we come in.
Introducing the All American Heating Green Home Study.
Since there are so many options to choose from, All American Heating offers our Green Home Study to help you understand your options and how they affect your home, your family, and the environment. We’ll come to your home and discuss with you ways to keep you and your family MORE comfortable while using LESS energy; how you can provide and maintain clean air throughout your home, even out temperatures between rooms, and even save money on utility bills; how water filtration works and what kind of system is a good fit for your home and lifestyle. We’ll also consider your existing systems and whether they are performing at the high levels of efficiency you expect and how to improve them, or whether it’s time to upgrade to an entirely new or different type of system that will serve your family better.
But before you call, let’s take a brief look at some of the options we have available.
You’ve likely been at least sort of aware of heat pumps for years – possibly even decades. But, the models available today are not your grandfather’s heat pumps.
For one thing, modern heat pumps use far less energy than their predecessors. That’s because they use an outdoor condenser – for both heating AND cooling. In the summer, a heat pump expels hot air from inside the house, outdoors. And, in the winter, the unit reverses the flow and captures heat from the atmosphere, which it then channels into the house. The best part is, it doesn’t burn fossil fuels to accomplish this climate conditioning.
Another good thing about heat pumps is that they come in a variety of sizes to accommodate all homes. Finally, a heat pump can be used in conjunction with a furnace to maximize efficiency and comfort. All American Heating’s technicians are experts at designing systems that work specifically for you and that fit your needs. We’re At Your Service!
Indoor Air Quality
The air that you breathe is obviously very important for everyone that lives in your home – even the non-human ones. But one of the best ways to live green and stay healthy is to invest in energy-efficient options that help filter and maintain the air that comes into your home. Some of the things All American Heating can do to help improve your indoor air quality include:
- Professional Duct Cleaning
- Duct Sanitization
- Aeroseal Duct Sealing from the Inside
- High-Performance Air Filters
- Energy Recovery and Heat Recovery Ventilators (ERVs and HRVs)
- UV Germicidal Light Fixtures
- Whole House Humidification Systems
Much like the Green Home Study, All American Heating also offers Indoor Air Quality Check-Ups. We’ll help you identify areas for improvement and offer recommendations to address problems. And, as always, we offer only Honest, Fair, and Dependable service to implement whatever solutions you decide are right for you.
Water Filtration Systems
All American Heating offers whole-house water filtration systems to deliver cleaner water at every access point. So, you’re not only drinking clean water, but you’re bathing in it, cleaning with it, and reducing bottle waste. A water filtration system can:
- Reduce contaminants like sediment and bacteria that can cause water to look, taste, or smell bad.
- Help your home stay cleaner longer by reducing rust stains and scale build-up.
- Help your family live healthier with cleaner and better-tasting water.
All American Heating installs HALO 5 Water Filtration Systems to deliver the kind of fresh water you find in the mountains of Colorado.
If you’re ready to give your family clean, green, and healthy living, get your FREE Green Home Study for a limited time. BOOK NOW! Or call (970) 665-2343 for more information.