Residential Services

Power Up Your Comfort & Cost Savings

Be it cottage or castle, at the end of the day the comforts of home beckon. Whether it’s shelter from snow and sleet or a steamy tropical depression, your home protects you and your family from the elements. That’s why you want to ensure your heating, venting and air conditioning systems are doing the best job they can in safeguarding your family’s well-being.


But what if you could do so for less?

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, while the typical U.S. family spends about $1,900 a year on home utility bills, a large portion of the energy purchased is wasted. That means up to 40 to 50 percent of the energy you spend on heating and cooling with your hard-earned money could be in the wind — literally. Air leaks are also the cause of uncomfortable drafts. Plus, your carbon footprint is much bigger than it needs to be.


How We Can Help

Midwest Energy Systems will evaluate your home’s energy usage and recommend the most cost-effective solutions to improve comfort and efficiency. We will help you find ways to reduce your utility bills, increase your home’s efficiency and maximize your comfort level throughout your home, no matter its age or type of heating and cooling systems.


We can help you answer many of the questions you may have about home improvements and energy savings:

                • Is my new home too tight?

    • Are new windows worth the expense?

                • Will buying the most efficient air conditioner or furnace

                • What can be done about the huge icicles that form in January?

    • Why are some rooms in my home so cold and others too hot?

    • Is more insulation really worth it for me?

    • Am I paying more than my neighbors for utilities?    

    • Am I doing my part to reduce carbon emissions?


From a simple home energy survey that takes about an hour to a comprehensive energy audit that measures air flow and will allow you to put your home improvements in priority order, Midwest Energy Systems can help you formulate a plan to keep more money in your pocket as well as lighten your impact on the environment.

Friday, July 30, 2010



Save Energy and Make Your Home More Comfortable