Eco-friendly Air Conditioning via GreenHeat

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As the warmer months draw nearer, it’s time to start thinking about how you’re going to keep your house cool this summer. GreenHeat.com.au offers a variety of heating and cooling products that are all more eco-friendly and green than your traditional air conditioning units or heating furnace. Continue on to see how you can keep cool this summer while still being green.

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I live in an area where, well, it never gets all that hot. I suppose there are people living here who have air conditioning, but at my family home, we don’t. If it ever gets warm enough to require cooling down the house, simply opening up some doors and windows will do the trick. However, that won’t always be the case for me. Ideally I would like to move to a sunny (and therefore warmer) climate. In that case, I would need to check out air conditioning options, like the one below!

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Eco-friendly Air Conditioning
The ‘Split System Air Conditioning’ form GreenHeat. This system uses inverter technology, versus the traditional fixed speed compressors. Now what it the heck does that mean? A fixed speed compressor starts and stops the motor to adjust to the changed in temperate. Inverter technology is more economical as it fluctuates with the changes in temperate, saving energy by not stopping and starting, but rather by staying constantly on and fluctuating with the temperature. 

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via GreenHeat

I also encourage you to check out GreenHeat for your heating needs, both for water and indoor temperature. If you own your home, these are great investments to make for the environment and your future.

How do you cool your house in the warmer months?

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