Aug 2, 2013
It’s that time of year again, when we start thinking about back to school shopping, fall projects and expenses, and how we can save more than just a little money. As people return from vacation and start to focus on the cool weather ahead, our phones start to ring off the hook. Even though temps are usually still mild in September, we start our peek pellet stove season! This year we’re already seeing an increase in alternative heating inquiries, and it’s started even earlier! We think a projected colder winter, high costs of consumer goods, and consistently high gas prices are attributing to the uptick in pellet stove and furnace interest from coast to coast.
Don’t let the cost of heating be a burden on your budget this fall. Request our Free Guide that walks you through your options and answers the most common questions people have about switching to renewable energy and reducing their heating bills. If you want to talk to a heating specialist, please call 1-800-495-3196. Again, we’re entering peek season for product requests, so don’t wait with your questions. Call now.
A related article may be of interest to you: How to Make the Most of Your Pellet Stove Investment (read before you buy)
Mar 27, 2013
Greenhouses Getting “Greener” With Renewable Energy
Greenhouses and nurseries have unique needs when it comes to controlling temperatures and heating vast spaces during less than ideal weather. Consistency is important, as are choices and control. When you mix in the need for finding environmentally friendly options that save money, your selection automatically reduces. That’s why greenhouses, nurseries, and garden centers around the United States are taking a closer look at using renewable energy for heat and turning to the solutions provided by American Energy Systems.
Agri Fuel Furnace Guide
Our team recognizes the importance of protecting your plant investments, while reducing overhead. In colder climates, the demand for plants, trees, vegetables, flowers, and fruits doesn’t diminish just because the weather turns cold. The heat bill just gets higher, right? But it doesn’t have to. We want you to find the competitive advantage for your business. Call now to speak with our heating specialists who have helped other nurseries, garden centers, and greenhouses find a renewable energy solution that is cheaper and more effective (1-800-495-3196) and read through this helpful resource designed for greenhouses.
Dec 7, 2010
It’s important to have a warm home during the cold winter months. It’s even more important to have a warm and comfortable home when you bring a new baby home during the middle of winter. A Magnum Countryside or Winchester stove is a great option to pumping plenty of warm, toasty air into your home and keeping your whole family safe and comfortable.
“My wife and I purchased our Magnum Winchester before the start of the 2008 heating season. We had just bought our first house the year before and were floored on the amount of money we spent on fuel oil. With a new baby in the house it is very important to keep our house nice & toasty warm. Well our new pellet stove has done just that and more. We have already saved money and will continue to save money” Matt Maneely, homeowner and dad.
“We can’t believe the amount of heat the stove puts out! This stove has fulfilled our expectations and surpassed them. And the customer service we have received has been great, the gentlemen that installed it were quick, efficient and professional. They showed us how to operate our stove and answered any question we had.”
We’re so glad that Matt and his family are warm and happy with their Winchester stove. If you have a question we can answer, please let us know. To find out how you can get Great Discounts, click here.
Feb 10, 2010
Everywhere you look and read, someone is talking about “going green”.
Most traditional methods of heating homes and offices rely on fossil fuels, which has garnered attention in the “green movement”. As we all start to focus our attention on alternative energy options…
…there has been a lot of discussion about using corn as a fuel.
Universities across the nation have done studies along with environmental groups, and the consensus is that the life cycle of corn burning results in a neutral or slightly positive effect on our environment.
What does that mean? It means that the emissions are very low compared with wood burning, and it also means that the end cost to our environment and to our economy is positive.
There is a high cost associated with our traditional ways of heating. Political, social, environmental impact are only a few ways we pay the price for sticking with “tradition”. When we take a look at the cost of war associated with protecting our traditional fossil fuels alone, using renewable energy right here at home takes on a broader meaning.
Have you considered using a corn stove to heat your home or business? What is stopping you?