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Save Energy Dollars with Activent Air Vents

Updated on May 2, 2010

Are you looking for a way to keep your home or office at a comfortable temperature without spending too much money on heating and cooling?

The cost of keeping indoor temperatures cool during the summer and warm during the winter is certainly a significant expense. It's only natural to look for ways of keeping heating and cooling costs under control when you are looking for a way to trim expenses from your budget.

Save Money with Activent Air Vents

If you are ready to find a way to reduce the amount of money that you spend on heating and cooling, check out the Activent air register. This unique wireless device is a patented solution for keeping room temperature constant. This electronically controlled devise maintains a constant temperature level automatically, regardless of the size of the rooms in the home, office, or other type of building.

Installing Activent Air Vents

Activent devices can be installed in any structure that has a central HVAC system. Simply replace the existing covers for vents and air registers, where they open and close automatically as needed to keep the temperature at the desired level. This can help control costly energy expenses by keeping the temperature constant throughout the structure rather than the overheating or overcooling that often results from relying solely on the thermostat setting.

You can install Activent air vents in as few or as many rooms as desired. Once you replace a room's air register or vent with an Activent, you will use a battery operated wireless Remote Temperature Controller (RTC) device to select the desired temperature for that particular room. Once that happens, the Activent unit in the room will open and close as needed to keep the temperature at the desired level. You can also use the remote to manually open and close the unit if you choose to do so.

Affordable Temperature Control Solution

Costing just under at $75 each, Activent air vents provide an affordable way to keep the temperature at a comfortable level without spending a lot of money. Not only are the devices affordable, they can help you save money in the long run. While savings may vary based on a number of factors, including how many Activent air vents are installed, it may be possible to save as much as 40 percent on your heating and cooling bills. You can expect each Activent to pay for itself in the form of energy savings in about one year.


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