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Have a super weekend! #SuperBowl #SB49
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tbt: #Rheem continues to offer some of the most #efficient and high performance #waterheaters available. #homecomfort
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Service Beyond Your Expectations! Your comfort is our business!

✔ Free Onsite Inspections
✔ Free In-Home Estimates
✔ Licensed & Certified Contractors

#heating #furnace #cooling #waterheaters
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Cold outside? Relax you've got Rheem! Respected For Reliability, #Rheem is an industry #leader for total #heating, #cooling and #waterheating solutions. http://buff.ly/1H7KxpC

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Relax it's Rheem! Dependable #heating products to keep you #comfortable year-round. #homecomfort #professionals
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RETROFITTING YOUR FURNACE OR BOILER

#Furnaces and #boilers can be retrofitted to increase their #efficiency. These upgrades improve the #safety and efficiency of otherwise sound, older systems. The #costs of #retrofits should be carefully weighed against the cost of a new boiler or furnace, especially if #replacement is likely within a few years. #homecomfort #winter

more information: DOE, http://buff.ly/1JtrJNs
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Furnace maintenance is essential! 【ツ】#homecomfort #professionals

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Heat pump water heaters can use up to 63% less energy than traditional electric water heaters.

Water heating makes up about 18% of U.S. residential #energy use, #heatpump #waterheaters offer a real opportunity for #energy and #costsavings.
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Profitable Reminders - Ways to Save Energy (and hard-earned dollars) at Home

Saving energy at home is easy: Time-tested #tips and #energysaving choices for reducing your #home #energy consumption and costs.

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√ Raise the #temperature slowly to keep your bill lower. Quickly raising your heat pump's temperature activates the heat strip, which uses tons of energy.

√ Set your #thermostat to 68-70 degrees during the day in the #winter, and 65-68 degrees at night to keep your home #comfortable and save on heating costs.

√ Limit your use of portable #heaters. They’re great for "spot" heating, but running a 1,500-watt heater 24/7 can be #expensive.

√ Keep your thermostat proportionally closer to the outside temperature – it’s #cheaper to keep your home at 70°F when it’s 50°F outside rather than when it’s 30°F.

√ Don’t block #airvents with drapes and furniture.

√ Set your #thermostat to 60 degrees if going on vacation during the winter months, but don’t turn it off.

√ Heat your home with the sun's help. Leave window shades or blinds open during the daytime. And consider using #solar heat to supplement your normal #heating source.

√ Lower your thermostat every time you leave the #house.
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