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Chuck Laverty & Son Inc. 

Plumbing, Heating, Air Conditioning Contractors

We Install Energy Star Equipment In Central & Eastern Massachusetts Call Us 1-877-54-Chuck

Energy Star Massachusetts


With today’s high energy prices, and depending on where you live, replacing your old heating and cooling equipment with ENERGY STAR-qualified equipment listed in the CEE HVAC Directory can cut your annual energy bill by nearly $200.  But before you invest in a new cooling system, talk with us at Chuck Laverty & Son Mechanical we are qualified HVAC professionals.We will do an energy audit to determine if there are additional steps you should take to improve the efficiency of your home’s heating and cooling system so that it operate less, while maintaining a comfortable temperature in the home.

Proper Maintenance

Considering a new system is one of the largest investments you will make in your home, it is important to learn all you can about maintaining its efficiency and seeing a return on your investment by achieving lower monthly energy bills. Working with a qualified HVAC professional is a good place to start. At Chuck Laverty & Son Mechanical we will make sure receive a quality installation that optimizes your system’s efficiency and with regular system maintenance you will maintain optimal efficiency. 

Quality Installation

When replacing HVAC equipment, bigger doesn't always mean better. If the unit is too large for your home, you will be less comfortable and might actually have higher utility bills. Oversized equipment will operate in short run cycles, not allowing the unit to reach efficient operation and remove humidity from the air — resulting in an uncomfortable home. Your contractor should determine the right size for your HVAC equipment by using ACCA/ANSI Manual J or an equivalent sizing calculation tool that takes into account specific information about your home. 

To maintain your system’s efficiency, talk to your system installer about how you can obtain a service agreement to receive priority service and regular system checkups. Download aproper maintenance checklist from the 2 Degree Pledge campaign Web site.  The 2 Degree Pledge campaign is an effort by a group of utilities, trade associations and nonprofits to educate consumers about how to optimize their residential heating and cooling systems’ efficiencies, without compromising their comfort.

The 2 Degree Pledge is a simple call-to-action aimed to focus consumer attention on ways to save energy by properly using and maintaining their cooling and heating systems, and if it is time to replace old, inefficient equipment, how to make sure it is installed correctly.