OSI Comfort Specialists helps customers go green by reducing their costs and their carbon footprint with high efficiency solutions such as high efficiency boilers, biofuel and ultra low sulfur fuel.
The easiest way to reduce your carbon footprint and curb your greenhouse gas emissions is to improve the efficiency of your home comfort systems. When you upgrade your older system to a high efficiency boiler, you burn a lot less fuel, so you not only save money, you reduce your emissions. High efficiency, oil/gas fired boilers are one of the most economical, environmentally friendly choices for keeping your home comfortable and cutting your monthly heating bill!
At OSI Comfort Solutions we provide many green home heat solutions like ultra low sulfur fuel, which is more environmentally friendly than typical heating fuel and limits sulphur oxides emissions, helping to reduce air pollution. Another way to reduce costs and your carbon footprint while increasing efficiency is biofuel.
There are many factors to consider when determining the best choice for your home or business and our professional advisors will help you to find the ideal solution to help reduce the heating costs for your property. We’ll perform an expert analysis based on current usage, assessing potential savings to demonstrate how your home or business could benefit from a high efficiency boiler and how utilizing biofuel not only increases efficiency, but also reduces monthly heating costs.
On average, older boilers and furnaces have AFUE ratings that are lower than 60%, while high-efficiency boilers are typically rated at 86% up to 95% and higher. By replacing an old boiler with a new high-efficiency model could reduce heating costs up to 40% and save you money. High efficiency boilers not only reduce prices, they produce fewer emissions, which benefits everyone, including the environment! With many ENERGY STAR®-certified options available, improving the heating system in your home is easier than ever with assistance from OSI Comfort Specialists.
These tips can help save energy in every season.