Heating and cooling can account for more than half of your home’s total utility bill.* So when looking for ways to cut your energy costs, be sure to think about a high-efficiency system. High-efficiency systems are easily identified by reading the yellow-and-black EnergyGuide label found on the equipment.
For U.S. and Canadian Residents
- Click on the "Heating" or "Cooling" button on the top right of the calculator.
- Firstly, you can either use the default national average or you can select your state from the drop down list (if available). This helps determine fuel and electricity rates, which vary by region. (Canadian provinces are listed at the bottom of the menu.)
- Lastly, Select your current AFUE (for Heating) or SEER (for Cooling) efficiency rating on the slide selection bar. The efficiency rating you select will be compared to a base heating or cooling system in your area of residence.**