Roger The Plumber, a residential plumbing and HVAC services company, advises homeowners to review their summer utility bills for opportunities to cut energy costs.

LENEXA, KS, July 20, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ — During the summer months, air conditioning could make up 60% of a home’s electricity costs. Upgrading to an energy efficient air conditioning system could help reduce energy expenditure and increase savings.

When searching for a new A/C system, homeowners should consider how much space will need to be cooled to determine which size is appropriate for their home. The right size A/C will cool the home properly and efficiently.

The EER (energy efficient rating) and SEER (seasonal energy efficiency rating) are two important measurements homeowners should take into account when choosing a new A/C system. The higher the rating, the greater the efficiency of the system.

A/C systems with ENERGY STAR® certification meet or exceed energy efficiency standards and make a great choice, regardless of size, cost, or brand. Many home improvement stores carry ENERGY STAR® certified appliances, including air conditioners.

Roger The Plumber technicians have installed a wide range of A/C units and routinely provide recommendations for A/C brands and models. Homeowners looking to make an upgrade should call Roger The Plumber for a free consultation and learn more about the installation process.

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Roger The Plumber provides environmentally conscious residential plumbing and HVAC service, repair, and installation, as well as whole home central water filtration within the Kansas City area markets. Our licensed technicians are available all hours of the day, seven days a week. With an expansive knowledge of home maintenance, we provide the highest level of service for the best value.

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