ATLANTA, GA, January 14, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Commercial and residential HVAC markets have been seeing strong upward trends for environmentally friendly heating and cooling. Compressor replacement parts
supplier APM Cool understands that this trend is largely fueled by a desire to save on energy costs, but it believes its customers are also becoming more aware of sustainability needs and social pressure to "go green."
Government and day-to-day financial incentives are unquestionably the main reasons that newly installed HVAC units have higher energy-efficiency than ever before. The government offers homeowners and building owners tax rebates for installing and using Energy Star HVAC systems. Combine that with substantial day-to-day operating savings and this trend becomes entirely understandable.
However, individual families, communities and corporations are all beginning to become more conscious of a growing social desire to become environmentally sustainable. Commercial operators see this as an excellent marketing opportunity and use their move towards more "green" operations to drive business.
"People and businesses alike understand an overall need to become more sustainable as a culture," says David DeBuc, Vice President of APM Cool. "However, it's still money that ultimately convinces them to make the right move. When you can save several hundred dollars over a year because you switched to a more efficient HVAC unit, it just makes sense to go green."
APM Cool has provided its customers with superior HVAC repair parts, including residential and commercial compressors and refrigeration parts
, for more than 52 years. The company attributes its successes to its deep devotion to customer satisfaction with its products and services. Learn more at http://www.apmcool.com
.About APM Cool:
APM Cool is a family-owned business that has been serving the Atlanta-metropolitan area for more than 50 years. Our staff has the knowledge and expertise to help you find just the right compressor or parts you need - and at great prices.
For more information, visit http://www.apmcool.com/