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Written on: February 26, 2015

Saving Fuel Costs

Most of us expect prices to go up. We’re surprised when they actually go down.

Which is why the unexpected plunge in world oil prices is downright refreshing. Because of falling prices, most of our customers will have extra savings this season.

Before you go out and splurge on a vacation, we encourage you to invest these fuel savings back into your home, so you can save even more money. For instance, if your heating or cooling system is more than 10 years old considering upgrading. Don’t need a new system? How about service? Make sure your system is running at peak efficiency with a tune up or a service plan for peace of mind.

If you and your family aren’t getting as much hot water as you’d like, now may be the best time to replace your old water heater.

New federal efficiency standards for residential water heaters — for gas, oil and electric — will go into effect soon. Because of these new standards, the U.S. Department of Energy estimates that the average price of a new water heater will go up by more than $100.

So if you’ve been thinking about replacing your comfort systems or want to make sure your system is running properly NOW is the time to contact Walton. We can also help you save money — on the latest water heaters — including high-efficiency tankless units.

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