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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!
Did you know that poor indoor air quality can harm your health?
Insulation is one of the most cost effective ways to improve your home’s overall comfort and efficiency. It creates a thermal barrier which prevents stifling heat from entering in the summer and indoor heat from escaping in the winter.
Is your home uncomfortable, even while your energy bills are skyrocketing? An energy audit can help you get to the bottom of your home performance issues.
Don’t be too quick to blame constant headaches, sore throats, fatigue and congestion on school or the workplace—they could all be caused by the air you breathe right in your own home. Let’s talk about steps you can take to ensure you and your family are breathing the safest air possible while you’re there.
When you consider just how much you rely on your water heater, it makes sense to invest in one that is going to provide you and your family with reliable hot water for years to come. That’s why at the start of every new year we encourage our customers to ask themselves if it’s time for a water heater upgrade.
2018 has started but it's never too late to make home performance upgrades part of your New Years resolutions.
If you’re on a budget and want to get the best bang for your buck as you improve your home’s energy efficiency, we recommend starting with insulation.
It may seem as though a hot house in the summer and a cold one in the winter are brought on by different things, but often these problems can be traced to a single root cause.
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.