Enrise Heating & Air Conditioning Inc.

Enrise Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. We specialize in Heating and Air Conditioning, Gas Furnace, Air Conditioner, Tankless Water Heater, Our passion makes your home comfort.

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10/11/2021

NEW FURNACE UPGRADES IN AJAX

Happy Thanksgiving everyone
10/11/2021

Happy Thanksgiving everyone

Happy Thanksgiving everyone

Furnace Tuneup/annual maintenance
10/09/2021

Furnace Tuneup/annual maintenance

Furnace Tuneup/annual maintenance

Whole-house humidifier installation
10/07/2021

Whole-house humidifier installation

Whole-house humidifier installation

Which Appliances Use the Most Energy in the Home? These days, homeowners are more conscious than ever before about their...
10/06/2021

Which Appliances Use the Most Energy in the Home?

These days, homeowners are more conscious than ever before about their energy usage. Not only do homeowners want to better the environment by using energy efficient appliances, but they also want to cut back on their own energy bills as a result.

As an HVAC professional, you can better serve your clients by being aware of some of the most energy-drawing appliances in the average home. From there, you may be able to make some recommendations on ways homeowners can save energy — starting with their HVAC systems.

Top 4 Energy-Zapping Appliances
So, what are some of the most wasteful appliances in terms of energy use? Explore the list below to learn more.

1. Heating and Cooling Units
As you could have probably guessed, heating and cooling units tend to use the most energy within the average American household. In fact, one study found that HVAC systems use up to 47% of a home’s energy. Between heating and cooling systems, this can easily add up to more than $1,000 per year. Of course, HVAC systems can vary greatly in their energy efficiency, with older systems typically wasting more energy than newer and more efficient units.

2. Water Heaters
Another major source of energy consumption in the average American home is the water heater. This remains the case regardless of whether a water heater is an electric or gas unit. Specifically, water heaters are estimated to cost the average American household more than $300 per year in energy bills, making up approximately 14% of a household’s total energy usage.

3. Washers and Dryers
Washers and dryers are another set of appliances that use a great deal of energy, making up approximately 13% of the average home’s energy usage and costing nearly $150 per year.

4. Refrigerators
Another appliance that tends to use a lot more energy than most homeowners realize is the refrigerator. They make up an estimated 4% of a home’s total energy consumption. This adds up to nearly $100 per year just to run the appliance.

Honorable Mentions
While the aforementioned appliances use the most energy in a home by far, there are also some “honorable mentions” to be aware of. These appliances and devices also use a significant amount of energy:

Computers (especially when not turned off while not in use)
Electric ovens
Cable boxes
Gaming consoles
Microwaves

How to Improve Energy Efficiency
Now that you have a better idea of which appliances tend to use the most energy within a household, there are some energy-saving tips you may want to pass along to your residential clients.

Maintain (or Upgrade) HVAC Systems
With heating and cooling systems making up so much of a home’s energy consumption, one of the best ways for homeowners to improve efficiency and cut down on their energy bills is to properly maintain or upgrade their existing heating and cooling units.

Specifically, scheduling an annual HVAC inspection and tune-up can help to keep these systems running as smoothly and efficiently as possible. Upgrading systems that are more than 10-15 years old (and choosing ENERGY STAR®-rated units) is another great way to significantly improve efficiency and reduce energy use.

Adjust Water Heater Settings
Most water heaters have several different settings. Homeowners can cut down on energy use by adjusting these settings so that the heater requires less energy to keep the water warm. Smaller households that don’t use as much hot water can cut down on energy consumption by lowering the settings on their water heaters. Likewise, properly maintaining water heaters by flushing them out at least once a year can keep them running more efficiently.

Optimize Washer and Dryer Usage
Rather than running several smaller loads of laundry in any given week, your clients may also be able to save some energy by consolidating laundry as much as possible. By waiting until there is a full load of laundry to wash and dry, they can cut down on energy use while also reducing wear and tear on these units.

Increase the Temperature on the Refrigerator
Last but not least, homeowners may also be able to save a pretty penny by simply turning up the temperature on the refrigerator. Most modern refrigerators have settings that allow the temperature of the fridge and freezer to be adjusted. Increasing the temperature by even a couple of degrees can make a difference while still keeping food fresh.

Which Appliances Use the Most Energy in the Home?

These days, homeowners are more conscious than ever before about their energy usage. Not only do homeowners want to better the environment by using energy efficient appliances, but they also want to cut back on their own energy bills as a result.

As an HVAC professional, you can better serve your clients by being aware of some of the most energy-drawing appliances in the average home. From there, you may be able to make some recommendations on ways homeowners can save energy — starting with their HVAC systems.

Top 4 Energy-Zapping Appliances
So, what are some of the most wasteful appliances in terms of energy use? Explore the list below to learn more.

1. Heating and Cooling Units
As you could have probably guessed, heating and cooling units tend to use the most energy within the average American household. In fact, one study found that HVAC systems use up to 47% of a home’s energy. Between heating and cooling systems, this can easily add up to more than $1,000 per year. Of course, HVAC systems can vary greatly in their energy efficiency, with older systems typically wasting more energy than newer and more efficient units.

2. Water Heaters
Another major source of energy consumption in the average American home is the water heater. This remains the case regardless of whether a water heater is an electric or gas unit. Specifically, water heaters are estimated to cost the average American household more than $300 per year in energy bills, making up approximately 14% of a household’s total energy usage.

3. Washers and Dryers
Washers and dryers are another set of appliances that use a great deal of energy, making up approximately 13% of the average home’s energy usage and costing nearly $150 per year.

4. Refrigerators
Another appliance that tends to use a lot more energy than most homeowners realize is the refrigerator. They make up an estimated 4% of a home’s total energy consumption. This adds up to nearly $100 per year just to run the appliance.

Honorable Mentions
While the aforementioned appliances use the most energy in a home by far, there are also some “honorable mentions” to be aware of. These appliances and devices also use a significant amount of energy:

Computers (especially when not turned off while not in use)
Electric ovens
Cable boxes
Gaming consoles
Microwaves

How to Improve Energy Efficiency
Now that you have a better idea of which appliances tend to use the most energy within a household, there are some energy-saving tips you may want to pass along to your residential clients.

Maintain (or Upgrade) HVAC Systems
With heating and cooling systems making up so much of a home’s energy consumption, one of the best ways for homeowners to improve efficiency and cut down on their energy bills is to properly maintain or upgrade their existing heating and cooling units.

Specifically, scheduling an annual HVAC inspection and tune-up can help to keep these systems running as smoothly and efficiently as possible. Upgrading systems that are more than 10-15 years old (and choosing ENERGY STAR®-rated units) is another great way to significantly improve efficiency and reduce energy use.

Adjust Water Heater Settings
Most water heaters have several different settings. Homeowners can cut down on energy use by adjusting these settings so that the heater requires less energy to keep the water warm. Smaller households that don’t use as much hot water can cut down on energy consumption by lowering the settings on their water heaters. Likewise, properly maintaining water heaters by flushing them out at least once a year can keep them running more efficiently.

Optimize Washer and Dryer Usage
Rather than running several smaller loads of laundry in any given week, your clients may also be able to save some energy by consolidating laundry as much as possible. By waiting until there is a full load of laundry to wash and dry, they can cut down on energy use while also reducing wear and tear on these units.

Increase the Temperature on the Refrigerator
Last but not least, homeowners may also be able to save a pretty penny by simply turning up the temperature on the refrigerator. Most modern refrigerators have settings that allow the temperature of the fridge and freezer to be adjusted. Increasing the temperature by even a couple of degrees can make a difference while still keeping food fresh.

New furnace installation
10/04/2021

New furnace installation

New furnace installation

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"A father is neither an anchor to hold us back nor a sail to take us there, but a guiding light whose love shows us the ...
06/20/2021

"A father is neither an anchor to hold us back nor a sail to take us there, but a guiding light whose love shows us the way.".

"A father is neither an anchor to hold us back nor a sail to take us there, but a guiding light whose love shows us the way.".

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New tankless water heater installation in Stouffville #enriseheatingandairconditioning #heatingcooling #stouffville #gta...
06/07/2021

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06/06/2021

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Acoil replacement in Ajax.  #enrise #enriseheatingandairconditioning #heatingandcooling #AirConditioner #airconditioning
05/31/2021

Acoil replacement in Ajax. #enrise #enriseheatingandairconditioning #heatingandcooling #AirConditioner #airconditioning

Sizing the new Air conditioner for houses
05/26/2021

Sizing the new Air conditioner for houses

Sizing the new Air conditioner for houses

New AC installation in Pickering
05/24/2021

New AC installation in Pickering

New air conditioner installation now
05/13/2021

New air conditioner installation now

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05/04/2021
Toolkit for air source heat pump sizing and selection

https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/maps-tools-and-publications/tools/modelling-tools/toolkit-for-air-source-heat-pump-sizing-and-selection/23558

Natural Resources Canada has developed a package of materials related to air source heat pump (ASHP) sizing and selection, intended for use by mechanical system designers and renovation contractors. The materials were designed to assist these individuals with sizing and selecting ASHPs for Canadian....

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Happy Thai Pongal to all Canadian Tamils.
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Happy Thai Pongal to all Canadian Tamils.

We wish you a happy new year 2021
01/01/2021

We wish you a happy new year 2021

🎄 🎄 Merry Christmas & Happy holidays to all. Have a healthy and safe holidays...🎄🎄
12/25/2020

🎄 🎄 Merry Christmas & Happy holidays to all. Have a healthy and safe holidays...🎄🎄

Fireplace installation/ Fireplace inserts
12/08/2020

Fireplace installation/ Fireplace inserts

New Tankless water heater installation and whole house humidifier install.
12/04/2020

New Tankless water heater installation and whole house humidifier install.

Furnace Repair becomes New Furnace Replacement/Installation
12/03/2020

Furnace Repair becomes New Furnace Replacement/Installation

New central heating & cooling installation
11/30/2020

New central heating & cooling installation

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11/28/2020

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11/27/2020

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New furnace installation
11/26/2020

New furnace installation

Whole House Hepa filters, Media filter, Furnace and Humidifier
11/20/2020

Whole House Hepa filters, Media filter, Furnace and Humidifier

Tips for reducing your energy costs
11/17/2020

Tips for reducing your energy costs

Address

45 Sophia Road
Markham, ON
L3S 3Y5

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm
Saturday 8am - 5pm
Sunday 8am - 5pm

Telephone

+16472877848

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