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Part of our company mission is to help educate homeowners on topics related to making your home better with heating, air conditioning, energy efficiency upgrades and solar. Read all about it here on the blog!
2017 seemed to fly by but before we welcome in the new year, let’s look back at all the ways Greiner helped customers this year.
If your home is regularly cold and drafty at this time of the year, you might be tempted to spend all of your holiday gift money on a temporary fix. However, smart home upgrades are what will have the most significant impact on how cozy your home is this holiday season.
Having your furnace serviced before winter sets in is a great way to keep it running at its best while preventing high heating bills and unexpected breakdowns. When we come to tune up your furnace, we’ll also inspect any accessible ductwork for tears or kinks and perform a water heater safety check.
The benefits of regular heating maintenance cannot be overstated. Regular maintenance will not only prevent costly emergency repairs but also keep your furnace running efficiently, reduce your heating bills, ensure safe operation, and extend the life of your furnace.
A high-efficiency heating and air conditioning system will use less energy, reducing the cost of your bills. This means you’ll save each month over the course of your system’s lifespan.
It’s been a hot summer but temperatures finally seem to be dropping down for fall. If you’re looking for ways you can prepare your home for cooler temperatures, look no further. One of the best things you can do this fall to boost home comfort and energy efficiency is to have professional air sealing completed.
If the stack effect is occurring in your home, you’ve likely noticed cold drafts and high heating bills in the winter months.
Were your energy bills frightening this summer? Luckily there is a simple way to lower your A/C and heating costs!
It has been a particularly hot summer this year in California, causing some homeowners to run their air conditioners non-stop, yet they still can’t seem to cool certain parts of the home. For many, it’s not the downstairs rooms that are hard to cool—it’s the upper portion of the home. It’s not uncommon to think your AC is working improperly, but if the downstairs area is staying cool, chances are the issue is not your air conditioning equipment.
When the temperatures outside heat up and stay high for weeks, it’s easy for little things to turn into serious issues. For example, the upstairs of your home can start to feel like an oven or your basement might feel particularly damp and humid. While you might have been able to handle a day or two of that in the past, if the problems persist for weeks on end — it’s time to make changes for the long-term.