How to Save Money and Increase Efficiency in Your Heating and Cooling Budget

How to Save Money and Increase Efficiency in Your Heating and Cooling


Heating and air conditioning systems aren’t a luxury in Red Deer, Alberta—they’re a necessity. Making these systems work for your home or business, however, shouldn’t be a source of anxiety. There are some simple things to keep in mind that will help you create a more comfortable, energy-efficient environment and save money doing it.


Don’t wait for problems, prevent them

Ideally, if your heating and air conditioning systems are working, then you won’t notice any problems. That being said, not all problems are that obvious. Even if you haven’t noticed anything out of the ordinary, it’s best to have your systems checked by a professional at least twice a year; paying a little for regular maintenance is better than having to pay a lot for an emergency service.


Every building has its own unique features. They may be why you chose your home or office but might also be sources of energy inefficiency. Whether it’s an improperly sealed window or an office building whose electromechanical systems haven’t been optimized, protecting your investment in your building will save you money in the long run. With regular maintenance, you can work with a professional to predict any problems that might occur, ensure your system continues to run as efficiently as possible, and plan for any upgrades or replacements you might need in the future.


Are there government programs that can help?

The Canadian government and the province of Alberta are committed to helping make heating and air conditioning more energy efficient for the citizens of Red Deer. At the federal and provincial level, new programs are being introduced all the time. For example, if you’re in the market for a new air conditioning unit, be sure to check that it’s certified through the ENERGY STAR initiative, a cooperative effort between the Canadian government and private businesses to identify and promote products that are more energy efficient and will save Canadians money. If you are looking to change buildings, build a new building, or simply save some money, ask your contractor about taking advantage of government programs such as rebates on new equipment or improvements to your system.


Work with a reputable contractor

McMullen’s Refrigeration & Heating has been helping meet the heating and air conditioning needs of Red Deer since 1961. Maintaining and constantly improving your heating and cooling systems are essential to saving money in the long-term. Contact us to set up a consultation to find out what your needs are and how we can meet them.

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