Chilly Willy’s HVAC is an authorized Trane dealer as well as a provider of equipment and service for many other fine industry brands.
The single easiest way to get higher performance from your existing heating and cooling system while lowering your home’s overall energy costs. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, a programmable thermostat can save you up to 30% on energy costs annually. Chilly Willy HVAC’s technicians can install and help with you with your programmable thermostat. Networking units that can be controlled remotely via your mobile, giving you the ability to turn it on or off, set up schedules and all while saving you money.
Energy Recovery Ventilators
Energy recovery ventilation systems provide a controlled way of ventilating a home while minimizing energy loss. They reduce the costs of heating ventilated air in the winter by transferring heat from the warm inside air being exhausted to the fresh (but cold) supply air. In the summer, the inside air cools the warmer supply air to reduce ventilation cooling costs.
There are two types of energy-recovery systems: heat-recovery ventilators (HRV) and energy-recovery (or enthalpy-recovery) ventilators (ERV). Both types include a heat exchanger, one or more fans to push air through the machine, and some controls. There are some small wall- or window-mounted models, with the majority are central, whole-house ventilation systems with their own duct system or shared ductwork.
Solar Power Panels
Solar Power Panels reduce the amount of electricity needed from your utility provider to put you in control of your utility bills. This energy-saving system harnesses solar energy and uses it first before using electricity from the utility company to power your air conditioner or heat pump. The solar power that is collected can also operate other appliances and electronics when the heating and cooling system is not in use. What’s more, if the solar panel system generates more solar power than is needed, that power will be sent back to the utility company, possibly entitling homeowners to a credit, not to mention the economic incentives of changing to solar energy.