Save Your Air This Spring with Service Experts 

Spring is all about improving the earth. Let’s ponder for a moment, spring comes and immediately people kick off spring cleaning, cleaning off shelves and donating unnecessary items to charity and scrubbing countertops. Easter brings the idea that we can start fresh and renew our resolutions to be better people. Earth Day comes shortly after and everyone jumps into action – planting trees, gardening, and looking for ways to help preserve Mother Nature. 

At Stallion Heating and Air Conditioning, we also think spring is the right time to improve the earth. We want to save the air (and help save your air), save the planet, and save you money. Coincidentally, our recent Spring Promotion is about just that. 

Save the Air

Really, we want to save your air. Since the typical American is indoors 87% of the time, it is absolutely crucial that your indoor air is safe and helps keep you and your family healthy. Pollution in your indoor air can truly be up to 100X higher than outdoors – yes, seriously – so with the amount of time we spend indoors and the high pollutant levels that can be inside, it’s no wonder people are installing HEPA filters (which can remove up to 99.97% of contaminants in indoor air), air filtration systems, and germicidal UV light systems. Stop by saveyourair.com to found out more about improving your indoor air quality. 

Save the Planet

Installing a modern, energy efficient heating and air conditioning system is a fabulous way to do your part in helping the world. In fact, if one out of every 10 households installed Energy Star-rated heating and cooling systems, it would avoid 13 billion pounds of annual greenhouse gas emissions. Another easy way you can help conserve energy with your heating routine is turning down your thermostat. Just decreasing the temperature on the thermostat by one degree can save 3% in heating energy. 

Save Money

We save the air for our health, we save the planet for our legacy, but for quick benefit Stallion Heating and Air Conditioning wants to help save you a bunch of green – money. All spring, receive discounts on heating and AC precision tune-ups, or save thousands on a qualifying new home comfort system. Regular heating and air conditioning tune-ups can save you up to 30% on your utility bills, and upgrading your home’s heating and cooling system can save you up to 50% on your utility bills. That’s half of what you spend today! 

Finally, how would you like to actually cut your heating and cooling bill in half, do away with it completely, or, better yet, have the utility company pay you? It’s possible with a SunSource Home Energy system, the world’s first widely-available solar air-conditioning system from Stallion Heating and Air Conditioning. Solar AC is no longer a thing of the future, and it’s even more affordable than you would think. 

Let’s do this! Call Stallion Heating and Air Conditioning to discuss the spring specials in your area and start saving your air, saving the planet, and saving you money today! 

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