I just moved to an apt and installed is an energy star room A/C unit. It gives two options for cooling: Cool and Energy Saver. I figured the energy saver would save me $$ but im worried bec it kicks off when the room gets cool then kicks back on a few mins later. Wont that constant on-off actually cost me more? Should I just leave it on Cool at all times?
In 2006 we replaced our furnace and air conditioner with an energy star rated system as well as our windows. I heard there is up to $500 in tax credits for energy saving measures in Wisconsin. Is this true? How do I get this info? I have the proof of purchases, but what else might I need?
We moved into a new house and the previous owner left us the refrigerator. I want to know if it’s an energy star. I thought energy stars always have the little logo on it, but when we went to the appliance store, they only had signs to show that they were energy star appliances, no permanent logo. My clothes washer has the energy star logo on it, so why not the refrigerators?
I was reading that the motors used in the Energy Star Hunter Original ceiling fans of today are weaker than the motors used in older Hunter Originals. Does this mean that the Originals made today do not move as much air, or not as durable as the predecessors? Why can’t Hunter make today’s Originals to the same standards as the predecessors?