Commitment to Conservation
|At Albemarle, we are committed to doing everything we can to help you reduce your impact on the environment without sacrificing quality or comfort. You’ll have the peace-of mind that goes with knowing you are making an effort to be a responsibile steward of the environment.|
|Expanded Tax Credits for Energy-Efficient Appliances
In February 2009, President Obama introduced a stimulus package that expands tax credits for energy-efficient appliances. Albemarle offers a complete line of high-efficiency home comfort systems that are eligible for tax credits under the new plan.
Dave Lennox Signature® Collection XPG20 SunSource™ Comfort System
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|The First Solar-Assisted Central Heat Pump
In 1981, Albemarle teamed with Lennox, making us one of the first Lennox dealerships in the area. In 2009, Albemarle and Lennox made history again — introducing the industry’s first solar-assisted central heat pump.
|ENERGY STAR Retail Partner
As an ENERGY STAR Retail Partner, Albemarle has made a commitment to meet ENERGY STAR's high level of dedication to the environment. Energy efficient air quality products and home comfort systems can contribute tremendously to reducing energy consumption and ozone depletion. When you buy from Albemarle, you're buying from a company committed to reducing our impact on the environment, without sacrificing features, quality or comfort.
|Massachusetts Clean Energy Center
The CEC is a public purpose organization dedicated to energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions, helping citizens of the Commonwealth save energy, increase the comfort of their homes and businesses, and move toward energy self-reliance. Albemarle is trained on the latest energy-efficiency standards.
|Comfort+Plus Service Club
Albemarle is leading the way in home energy reduction. A little efficiency goes a long way, and simply installing a new Programmable Thermostat and signing up for Albemarle's Comfort+Plus Service Club can lower your energy consumption by as much as 30%, and it can help reduce your CO2 emissions by an average of 4 metric tons per year.