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Whether or not someone in your household suffers from asthma or allergies, poor indoor air quality (IAQ) can contribute to health issues. Fortunately, with the right home performance contractor, you can take several simple steps towards improving your home’s IAQ this spring and into the future.
Cleaning and sealing your home’s ducts will help to improve your health. It will also make your home more energy efficient, help increase comfort, and work towards reducing your energy costs throughout the entire year.
As the weather warms up, pollen will soon be blanketing the outdoors. Unfortunately, seasonal allergies and asthma flare-ups don’t only occur outdoors, but they can commonly affect you and your family inside your home.
So if you’re looking forward to spring, but dreading the usual itchy eyes and runny nose that come with it — it’s time to improve your home’s indoor air quality (IAQ).
Spring is finally upon us, and there’s no better time than now to start taking on those projects that have been sitting idle all winter. For most homeowners, this means cleaning out spare rooms, scrubbing baseboards and the like. These tasks are all well and good, but spring is also an excellent time to focus on improving home performance.
Not sure where to begin? Start with your HVAC equipment.
March 8th 2017 Dixon, CA- Greiner Heating & Air Conditioning, based in Dixon, California, recently received the Lennox Partner of the Year Award for their district from Lennox industries, an international heating and air conditioning equipment manufacturer.
As energy costs continue to rise, how can you keep your bills under control while still staying comfortable at home?
You know that insulation would make your home more comfortable and energy efficient, but you’re not sure which option to choose.
Isn’t all insulation supposed to do the same thing? How do you pick the right one? How much insulation do I really need? Can I install it on my own or should I leave it to the professionals?
Let’s compare cellulose and fiberglass insulation to understand which option will work for your home.
You’ve probably already taken the usual measures to prepare your home for winter, like regular heating maintenance, but have you thought about the additional steps you can take to make sure your home is truly comfortable?
Many people go to great lengths in the quest to enhance home comfort levels. Whether you rip out old insulation and replace it with new materials or upgrade your HVAC system, there’s no shortage of options for boosting home performance. One of the most important factors of a well-performing home is how airtight it is, which can only be achieved with professional air sealing.
Heating and cooling costs are the largest energy expense for most homes, accounting for about 48% of energy use. The stack effect causes heat to escape through the roof, pulling cold, outdoor air inside.
It seems as if almost every house in the country is characterized by one common issue: a room that gets way too hot in the summertime and is impossible to properly heat during the winter. It could be a bathroom, for example, or it could be a room located above a garage—perhaps it’s part of an addition. Either way, a room that never seems to be at a comfortable temperature is something that no Vacaville, Winters or Dixon homeowner should have to deal with.
So, what’s the solution to this all-too-common problem? The answer can be found in ductless mini-split heat pumps.