November 18th, 2013
In a challenging economic climate, it’s important for everyone to eliminate unnecessary expenses; even more so if you are a business owner. Cutting costs is difficult for business owners, though, because there are so many factors to consider. Running a business is a delicate balancing act that requires a perfect formula and watchful eye to keep from crumbling.
Eliminating extra costs from your business’s budget is not as difficult as it seems. Sometimes a few adjustments to your NJ heating and cooling habits are all it takes to save the money you need.
Check out the Entech Group Inc. for all of your New Jersey HVAC services, and learn how to save more money.
Saving money and energy for your NJ business can be done with a few minor adjustments to your heating and cooling habits.
Using the programmable thermostat system will maintain a near-exact temperature throughout the working day. This will save you from spending the extra expenses that accumulate when the temperature fluctuates. It will also give you the ability to lower the temperature overnight and further reduce costs.
When the HVAC system is on, make sure that all windows and doors are closed tightly. If you have curtains or blinds that are hung in front, make sure they are closed as well to help retain heat over night. Minimizing the amount of heated or cooled air that escapes through the cracks of the building will amount to a significant savings on your energy bill.
Adjusting the heating method for your business can be a simple resolution to saving money for your New Jersey business. Check out the Entech Group Inc. for any of your HVAC services in New Jersey, and leave your heating and cooling problems in the past.
For more information, call us at 800-571-8661 today!
October 30th, 2013
As old man winter prepares for his big debut, NJ residents should be busy making winter preparations to their home. You’ll want to ensure all heating units run efficiently before the first frost sets in.
By taking proactive measures, NJ homeowners can lower their energy bills, increase the efficiency and lifespan of their home’s heating and cooling units, and make their property safer.
If you want to heat your NJ home without a glitch this winter, give your HVAC system a thorough inspection. This can include:
If you’re worried about expensive heating bills this winter, The Entech Group Inc., a leader in providing energy, engineering and environmental services in NJ, has tips to help residents lower the cost of heating New Jersey homes.
Maintaining your furnace with a new filter can help keep it running efficiently. A filter only costs between $3-$10 for most models and makes a difference in your heating bill that adds up over time. Another small investment to make that can save money on NJ heating costs is insulation. Most of us know the ‘cold’ areas of our home. It may be a certain window or a specific room in the house that is drafty. Adding some extra insulation in those areas can help keep cold air out and warm air in. Insulation can be purchased for as little as $7-$16 in rolls of 22ft or more. Another investment that costs a little more but is incredibly useful is a smart thermostat. A smart thermostat can be controlled remotely while you are not home or from another room in your house (such as the bedroom). If you forget to turn the heat down when you leave your house, you can do so remotely so the heat does not run while you are gone.
It is estimated that residents can save around 20% of their heating bill just by making simple changes like the ones outlined above.
NJ homeowners still using oil heating can talk to The Entech Group Inc about converting to energy efficient natural gas. The company provides complete removal of aboveground and underground storage tanks as well as installation of natural gas heating systems. In areas where natural gas is not available, The Entech Group Inc can replace out of date oil heating equipment with newer, more efficient units. For information on their heating and cooling services in NJ, please visit http://www.entechgroupinc.com/heating-ventilation-air-conditioning-services/
September 17th, 2013
NJ residents that had their homes or property destroyed in Hurricane Sandy can take advantage of heating and cooling incentives that are good through June of 2014. The incentives apply to residents who purchase select energy efficient units.
The Entech Group Inc., an environmental services company in NJ, explains that residents with a home that is located in a zip code designated as a “major” or “minor” damaged areas impacted by Hurricane Sandy were offered enhanced incentives on high efficiency equipment/appliances. Hurricane Sandy relief incentives are for qualifying equipment purchased on or after October 29, 2012 through June 30, 2014.
Rebates of up to $500 are available for NJ residents that purchase qualifying, efficient units. For complete information, visit http://www.njcleanenergy.com/SANDY
Those ready to make the switch to energy efficient, natural gas heating can turn to the Entech Group Inc., for all of their heating needs. The company provides complete removal of aboveground and underground storage tanks as well as installation of natural gas heating systems. In areas where natural gas is not available, The Entech Group Inc can replace out of date oil heating equipment with newer, more efficient units. For information on their heating and cooling services in NJ, please visit http://www.entechgroupinc.com/heating-ventilation-air-conditioning-services/
NJ residents affected by Sandy should also have an environmental services company such as The Entech Group perform a mold evaluation and inspection. Undetected mold can exist in any building especially after a flood, and cause sneezing, coughing, allergies and even permanent lung damage. Pets can also suffer health consequences as a result of mold and may have an increase in scratching, licking, rubbing or chewing of their skin.
The Entech Group, along with affiliated specialists, offer special environmental services to address the investigation and possible remediation of areas impacted by mold. Mold investigation may include indoor air sampling for mold spores, as well as surface, bulk, and swab sampling. The environmental services company in NJ will also measure the temperature and relative humidity of the indoor air, as well as determine the moisture levels present in wood, drywall, and concrete.
For more information about mold investigation and remediation services, visit http://www.entechgroupinc.com/services/asbestos-mold-and-lead/ or call The Entech Group, Inc at 800-571-8661.