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    ENERGY STAR® qualified heating and cooling units use significantly less power than conventional ones. These HVAC systems not only can help you save money on your utility bills but also help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

ENERGY STAR® HVAC

ENERGY STAR® certified heating and cooling equipment meets strict energy-efficiency specifications set by the EPA. It also uses less energy, helps save money on utility bills and reduces environmental impact.

We’ll help you find ways to reduce your energy bills, protect the environment and make your home a comfortable place to live.

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Switch to ENERGY STAR® qualified units and save

Heating and cooling costs the average homeowner about $1,000 per year – nearly half the home’s total annual energy bill. Depending on where you live, replacing your old heating and cooling equipment with ENERGY STAR® qualified products can cut your annual energy bill by more than $200.

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HOW TO INSULATE YOUR HOME

In a typical home, improperly insulated walls can account for up to 20% of heat loss.

Concrete, stone and masonry foundations often have less insulating value and can be improved witht the use of additional insulation.

Energy Star® Products Sold
Items
980,098,705
The number of applicable ENERGY STAR® certified products sold from 2006 through 2015 at all U.S. The Home Depot stores and online.
Electricity Saved in 2015
kWh
5,769,937,474
The amount of electricity saved in kilowatt hours (kWh) in 2015 based on the number of applicable ENERGY STAR® certified products sold.

*This number assumes that the products sold are replacing non ENERGY STAR® qualified products
Dollars Saved in 2015
USD
701,624,079
The amount of money saved in 2015 based on the amount of electricity saved from the number of applicable ENERGY STAR® certified products sold.
Homes Lit for One Year
Homes
3,778,610
The number of homes that the electricity saved could light for one year.

*This number assumes that the average home consumes 1,527 kWh a year for lighting.
The above numbers are based on averages and certain assumptions. Click on a ticker for details.

Set Your Thermostat to Green at The Home Depot

At The Home Depot, we pride ourselves on being environmentally friendly and offer many different eco options. Your HVAC system demands most of your home’s energy. Providing your home with energy efficient heating and energy efficient cooling could be as simple as installing a programmable thermostat. It could save you up to 33% on heating and cooling alone. Switching to ENERGY STAR® qualified heating and cooling equipment can save you, too. For all your home improvement projects or “green needs,” go green at The Home Depot.