Office Furnace Resources in Casper WY

When replacing heating and cooling equipment, specify the most efficient models. Some HVAC products, such as smaller air conditioners, are rated by ENERGY STAR.

Tim Force Tin Shop Inc
(307) 265-9300
814 Wimborne
Casper , WY
 
Platte County Plbg Htg & Clg
(307) 322-2135
755 Gilchrist St
Wheatland , WY
 
Sierra Heating & Sheet Metal
(307) 326-5342
104 S 2nd
Saratoga , WY
 
Alpine Climate Control
(307) 672-9748
800 E Burkitt St
Sheridan , WY
 
Lower Valley Htg
(307) 883-1060
261 N Main
Thayne , WY
 
Advanced Air Systems, Inc.
(307) 778-4911
3941 West 5Th Street
Cheyenne, WY

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Sheet Metal Products Inc
(307) 635-9138
1019 W 22nd St
Cheyenne , WY
 
Advanced Air Systems Inc
(307) 778-4911
3941 W 5th St
Cheyenne , WY
 
Mullens Inc
(307) 745-5541
358 North 3rd St
Laramie , WY
 
A & C Sheet Metal
(307) 532-5752
1902 W C St
Torrington , WY
 
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Office Furnace Resources in

Office Furnace Replacement

Spend $1,145 now and SAVE $180 each year... ROI = 15.7%

Heating and Cooling accounts for about 40% of an office's energy cost. The US average ten person office generates $278 of cost per employee for a total annual Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) cost of $2,785. Older HVAC equipment is usually not as efficient as newer products and inexpensive HVAC equipment costs more to operate than the premium HVAC technologies.

When replacing heating and cooling equipment, specify the most efficient models. Some HVAC products, such as smaller air conditioners, are rated by ENERGY STAR®. Remember that bigger is not always better—oversized HVAC equipment does not run as well as correctly sized equipment. Look into heat pumps, because the latest technology is very efficient and utility companies often offer cost per Kilowatt reductions for switching from oil or natural gas to electricity. Also consider commercial/industrial grade dehumidifiers in appropriate utility or storage areas or a new heat pump if you also need to replace your Air Conditioning unit.

For an office of ten that needs four months of heating, the average monthly cost is $312. A new high efficiency furnace for a 2,500 sq. ft. office may cost on average $1,145 more than lower efficiency equivalents, but you can save over 15%. The savings average about $50 a month over 4 months of the winter.

The ROI Calculation is based on saving $45 a month over 4 month...

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