Heating / Energy-Saving IDeas

Zoneable Electric Baseboard Heating

Can electric baseboard heat save you money? Electric heaters convert nearly 100% of electrical energy to heat Consider this; do you work at home and spend the better part of your day in just one room? Why heat the entire house to have just one room warm? Bayberry Electric can install an electric baseboard heater in a frequently used room with its own thermostat. Making that one room a separate heat zone, will save you money. Electric heaters are now available in many different styles, sizes, and forms to suit any decor. Let Bayberry electric help you explore your options and make the right choices.


Programmable Thermostats

A programmable thermostat helps make it easy for you to save by offering pre-programmed settings to regulate your home's temperature in both summer and winter - when you are home, asleep, or away.

  • The pre-programmed settings that come with programmable thermostats are intended to deliver savings without sacrificing comfort. Depending on yourfamily's schedule, you can see significant savings by sticking with those settings or adjust them as appropriate for your family.
  • The key is to establish a program that automatically reduces heating and cooling in your home when you don't need as much.

Water Heater Timers

If you have an electric water heater, you can save energy by installing a timer that turns it off at night when you don't use hot water and/or during your utility's peak demand times.

 

Zoneable Electric Floor Warming

Floor Heating Systems provides soothing comfort and consistent even heat for your tile, stone, laminate, and engineered wood floors without cold spots.  Electric floor Heating Systems are practical, energy efficient, and can be controlled using a variety of programmable and non-programmable thermostat options. Enjoy the soothing comfort of warm floors with electric floor heating systems.   Call us when you are ready to create your warm kitchen, bath or playroom floor.

Electric floor warming is typically less expensive to install and more efficient to operate than comparable hydronic systems.