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Heating and Air Conditioning Facts and Figures
Heating can account for 40% of your household energy costs.

A geothermal heat pump can lower energy costs by 30 to 50% compared to traditional heating and cooling systems.

Using a programmable thermostat to lower the temperature ten degrees over an eight-hour period can reduce your heating costs by 10%.

If just one in ten households bought EnergyStar heating and cooling equipment, the cnage would keep over 17 billion pounds of pollution out of the air.

Heating contractors say simple dust and dirt are the cause of almost half of all their service calls.

Eache year, U.S. residential duct leakage costs consumers $5 billion. This energy loss is equivalent to the annual energy consumption of 13 million cars.

A wood-burning fireplace can exhaust as much as 24,000 cubic feet of air to the outside.

A $50 programmable thermostat can pay for itself in energy savings in just one heating season.

Adding a zoned thermostat system ta a high-efficiency natural gas furnace can help you save an aditional 10-15% on your evergy bills.

Abount one-sixth of all the electricity generated in the United States is used to air-condition buildings.

Most ceiling fans use as much electricity as a 100-watt incandescent bulb.

Conventional space heating systems in the United States are responsible for a billion tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) and about 12% of the sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides emitted by the nation.

One well-placed shade tree can lower your summer air conditioning costs by 25%.