Throughout the year, New Jersey citizens use up huge amounts of energy to heat and cool their homes and businesses – often leading to higher and higher energy bills. The good news is that with a little savvy investing, commercial and residential properties can greatly reduce their energy footprint, leading to significant savings in two important ways:
- Energy efficient technology: An old heating system or air conditioning system may still keep you comfortable, but it usually comes at a cost – in repairs and how much energy it takes to achieve desired temperatures. Technology has come a long way in this area and new furnaces, boilers, heating systems and air conditioners can cut your fuel bills as well as their pollution output by up to half. This means you’re saving money and 1.5 tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually, so your wallet as well as your planet will thank you.
- Rebates and incentives: In line with the state of New Jersey’s aim to achieve eco-friendly goals and reduce pressure on the grid, they’re offering significant rebates and incentives for home and business owners to invest in this budget-friendly technology. If you’d like to find out if your property can benefit, you can ask for an assessment by the Building Performance Institute to identify where energy is being wasted, a quote on recommended solutions and potentially up to $5,000 and 0% interest financing (up to $10,000) to help fund the project. There are also rebates for investing in energy efficient equipment such as central air conditioning, ductless mini-split systems, furnaces, boilers, heat pumps and water heaters.
Where to find energy efficient residential or commercial heating/air conditioning systems in New Jersey
At Crosstown Plumbing Supply, we can assist you in finding the right heating and cooling systems for your home or business at the right prices. We prioritize quality, energy efficiency solutions and, as we are located in a 3.5% NJ sales tax zone, we offer our clients exceptional value for money. Contact us today to find out more about investing in long lasting heating and cooling solutions.