Customers are always looking for ways to use energy more efficiently around the house. When it comes to heating and using home appliances to save energy, there are many myths and untruths that are preventing customers from achieving this goal.
In order to avoid large-scale energy shortages that could cause innumerable problems, including infrastructure collapse, blackouts, and food shortages, among other things, it is important for consumers to put more of their efforts toward increasing their energy efficiency. There are, however, a number of persisting myths relating to energy efficiency that prevent many from doing all they could be. We’d like to address some of those myths, as well as some commonly overlooked facts, for you to share with your customers.
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I am impressed with the commitment to energy conservation through innovative products that support conservation efforts.
Customer service representatives are always friendly and willing to help. We live in a remote area of Alaska and shipping has been an issue, however, AM Conservation Group personnel have helped get purchased items to us in a cost-effective way.
We’ve had great experiences working with your company — good prices, great customer service, very responsive to our requests and needs.