Energy Efficiency

October 29, 2019

Boost Your Energy Efficiency by Preventing Heat Loss This Winter

As the winter months close in, now is a great time to start thinking about ways that you can improve your energy efficiency by preventing home heat loss. There are several techniques you can use to make this happen, but we’ve narrowed it down to a few common favorites: Keep Doors and Windows Closed As you can imagine, open doors and windows release a ton of heat and will absolutely devastate your home’s energy efficiency, especially the ones that lead outside. […]
September 5, 2019

Energy Efficient Home: Test Out What’s Using the Most Energy

Have you ever thought about breaking down your energy use by appliance? Doing so could reveal some startling information. And, if you act on that information, you could find ways to add money in your pocket by saving on energy consumption. It’s probably no surprise that your HVAC energy usage will be the top on the list. On average, the HVAC uses nearly half of all energy consumed in the typical American household. The other top energy users include: Water […]
January 8, 2019

New Year’s Resolutions: Saving Money

Why not make a resolution for saving money by increasing your home’s energy efficiency? Not only will it benefit your budget, but it will do good things for the planet, and create a more comfortable place for you as well. Deal with the HVAC System Get your heating system serviced. Not only will it run more dependably, but it will also use less energy. If your system is covered by a warranty, annual service may be a requirement to keep […]
December 28, 2017

What Makes Air Balancing Important

For consistent, efficient heating and cooling to all parts of your home, as well as a healthy indoor environment, air balancing is a vital part of the solution. Air Balancing 101 A typical residential HVAC system, consisting of separate supply and return ductwork, circulates over 1,000 cubic feet per minute of conditioned air throughout the home. The system is carefully designed to match blower output with ductwork size and length, so all rooms receive appropriate air volume to maintain the […]