Last updated 5 days ago
Using your home appliances efficiently over the summer will reduce your energy and water bills during these months. The best way to increase your appliances’ energy efficiency is to use them only when necessary—for example, wash only full loads of dishes or laundry, rather than partial loads. Cooking meals in your microwave will save energy, cook meals faster, and prevent the production of excess heat that must be offset by your air conditioning. Keeping your refrigerator stocked will improve its ability to stay cold when the door is open, so avoid letting the fridge get too empty. Set your thermostat to 78 degrees or higher to reduce the workload on your air conditioner and enjoy energy savings all summer long.
Older appliances use more energy and perform their functions less efficiently than newer ones. Are you ready to upgrade your home’s appliances in NYC? Call Gringer & Sons, Inc. at (646) 679-3971 or stop by our NYC showroom to check out the latest appliances and find the perfect match for your home. You can get more tips for saving energy at home by using your appliances wisely on our blog.
Last updated 12 days ago
Summer temperatures in NYC often top 80 degrees Fahrenheit, making air conditioning necessary for comfort. If you’re looking for a new air conditioner, choosing the right size appliance for your home will provide energy efficiency and appliance longevity.
In this video, you will learn that an air conditioner that is too small or too large won’t provide the cooling you want or the efficiency you expect. In order to determine how large your new air conditioner must be, you’ll need to take into account many factors about your home.
Gringer & Sons, Inc. carries a wide variety of air conditioners in NYC to provide the selection you need when upgrading your HVAC system. We also carry a large inventory of other appliances and brands, including cooktops, ovens, electronics, washers and dryers, and refrigerators. Check us out online or call (646) 679-3971 to discuss your appliance needs in Manhattan or Brooklyn today.
Last updated 20 days ago
Window A/C units are a popular form of air conditioning, especially in apartments and smaller homes. These appliances are designed to cool one or a few rooms without the need for central ductwork. Before purchasing a new window A/C unit in NYC, there are a few factors to consider to ensure you get the right appliance for your needs.
Air conditioners are sized to provide different amounts of cooling. Choosing the right size air conditioner is important because an appliance that is too large or too small for your home won’t deliver either the cooling or the energy efficiency you want. Determine the amount of space you want your air conditioner to cool in square feet, then look for an appliance designed to handle an area as close to your calculation as possible for the best results. If you need help, an HVAC specialist or appliance sales expert can help you make this calculation.
As the cost of energy rises and the production of energy releases greenhouse gases into the air, more emphasis is being placed on energy efficiency. A more efficient air conditioner will use less energy to provide the same amount of cooling, saving you money on your energy bills and promoting a healthier environment. When selecting a new air conditioning unit, look for the ENERGY STAR label. You should also choose an appliance with a higher EER or SEER rating; these numbers increase with energy efficiency to tell you how efficient a given appliance is. Choose a window unit with an EER of at least 10 for the best energy and financial savings while keeping cool at home.
Are you ready to purchase a new window or portable air conditioner in NYC? You can check out the selection offered by Gringer & Sons, Inc, when you visit us on the web or stop by our showroom. We offer top-quality appliances, including vacuums, refrigerators, washers, dryers, and ovens, all at the lowest prices. Call (646) 679-3971 to learn more!
Last updated 1 month ago
There are many small changes you can make at home to reduce your energy usage and save money on your bills. Washing laundry is a common household task that’s also a great place to start reducing your energy and water consumption. Keep reading to find out how you can use your laundry appliances more effectively to make your laundry days more energy efficient.
Wash Full Loads
Using your washer and dryer to their fullest capacity is the most energy-efficient way to do laundry. Older washing machines and dryers use the same amount of water and energy regardless of whether the load is large or small. Thus, filling your washing machine and dryer completely will make the best use of the energy they do use. Newer appliances often have load adjustment levels so you can choose the amount of water used during washing. Make sure you change the level to match the amount of clothing you’re washing to save water and energy.
Line Dry Clothes
To save on energy, consider line-drying clothes rather than using your dryer. While a dryer can dry clothes more quickly, line-drying requires absolutely no energy at all so you can really save money and reduce your carbon footprint. There are a variety of drying racks and other small space solutions if you’re tight on space so you can benefit from line-drying your clothes, regardless of how much room you have.
Upgrade Your Appliances
Numerous improvements in laundry technology have been made in recent years. Washing machines and dryers are more energy-efficient than ever, meaning the time has never been better to upgrade your appliances. If your current washing machine or dryer is ten years old or older, you could gain significant benefits from replacing it with a newer, energy-saving appliance.
Gringer & Sons, Inc. has a wide selection of laundry appliances, kitchen appliances, electronics, and more to help you upgrade your home and save energy this summer. Visit our website or call (646) 679-3971 to find out more about the products we carry.
Last updated 1 month ago
When it’s time for a new cooktop in your kitchen, you have many options to consider. Gas and electric ranges are among the most popular kitchen appliances available. Although gas and electric stoves generally meet the same price points, gas stoves can offer both better cooking results and higher energy efficiency. Many professional chefs and homeowners alike prefer the finer heat control afforded by gas stoves. Those with an eye to environmental issues enjoy the benefits of lower electricity usage when cooking with a stove that uses gas rather than electricity. Gas stoves use approximately three times less energy than their electric counterparts, saving you money in the long run regardless of the purchase price of the appliance.
Do you need a new stove, refrigerator, microwave, or other kitchen appliance? Gringer & Sons, Inc. is your one-stop location for discount appliances in NYC. Call us today at (212) 475-0600 or visit our website to find out more about the brands we offer, including Electrolux, GE, and KitchenAid.