Comfortable and Energy Efficient Living Space
Correspondent Angela Bryant meets with Jim Fisher , product manager at Goodman Global Group, Inc., and David Borowski of One Hour Air Conditioning, at a home with newly installed HVAC upgrades. The brain of the system is a digital thermostat programmed for a particular home’s system and needs, “communicating” to make heating and cooling more cost effective by saving energy. Jim and Dave explain how all components in an HVAC system contribute to effective and efficient operation. With an internet gateway, homeowners have access to the advanced “smart” thermostat from any location at any time, allowing more precise control over a home’s interior environment. As a conclusion, Angela is shown a new compressor outside that is much quieter than the traditional.
As homeowners become more environmentally conscious both inside and outside the home,reassessing one’s home energy efficiency could potentially make a huge impact on the environment and the wallet.
With summer’s electric bills reminding us there may be a better way to reduce energy consumption and energy costs, Goodman® Global Air Conditioning and Heating has a way for you to do just that.
Considered the “brain” of the system, Goodman’s ComfortNet™ Communicating System offers a solution to monitoring and adjusting the temperature of your home from anywhere you are. Using a smartphone, tablet or computer, you can remotely adjust the temperature of your home, keeping your energy bill low and your savings high!
ComfortNet™ Communicating System gives you the ability to:
• Enjoy wireless temperature, humidity and scheduling control
• Save on energy costs
• Monitor and adjust indoor temperatures remotely from anywhere with internet gateway
• Get notifications to call for service if any issues arise
• Receive alerts when your air filter needs to be changed
• Help make your home a Green environment
You can come home to a place that’s already cooled down in summer and warm in winter, without having to run your air conditioner or heat the whole time you’re away.
The ComfortNet™ Communicating System communicates with high-performance HVAC systems, offering homeowners many enhanced options to improve their indoor comfort. The system automatically configures everything for indoor and outdoor energy efficiency.
Goodman Manufacturing is dedicated to saving energy and enhancing the comfort of your home. To learn more about their ComfortNet™ Communicating System, please visit their website at www.goodmanmfg.com.
Viewers will learn about improving the indoor air comfort and efficiency in their homes with ComfortNet™ Communicating System
Pompano Beach, FL – July 24, 2012) The ComfortNet™ Communicating System, one of Goodman Manufacturing’s Air Conditioning and Heating products will be featured on an upcoming episode of the “Designing Spaces” ‘Think Green’ series on July 26th at 7:30 am (ET/PT) on Lifetime television.
Saving energy, enhancing indoor comfort and achieving new levels of control are goals that most homeowners desire especially with summer season here. Jim Fisher, Goodman Product Manager will show viewers the ease of installation and energy efficiency of their ComfortNet™ Communicating System which communicates with high-performance HVAC systems.
The ComfortNet™ can be accessed remotely via Smartphone, tablet or computer to monitor and adjust indoor temperatures, humidity levels and can also alert the homeowner with a notification that a call for service is needed.
“We’re excited that Goodman Global joined Designing Spaces as part of our “Think Green” series so they could introduce our viewers and community to their ComfortNet™ Communicating System. Homeowners are always looking for ways to improve the comfort and energy efficiency of their living spaces, and Goodman delivered a great solution! “ says Lysa Liemer, Executive Vice President and COO. Designing Spaces on Lifetime TV.
For more information, please visit: www.GoodmanMfg.com
About Designing Spaces on Lifetime Television
Designing Spaces, now in its 8th season, is the premier home improvement television show airing on the Lifetime network Thursday and Friday at 7:30am (ET/PT). The show inspires viewers on decorating ideas, do-it-yourself projects, and step by step home improvements to make every space count and to provide solutions to enjoy the space you live in. The “Family of Spaces” television shows include Think Green, Kids Spaces, and Designing Spaces of Hope which all provide great entertainment and solution driven programming for every member for the family.
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