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December 18, 2015
Boosting home efficiency is one of the top priorities for many homeowners in Dixon, Vacaville, and Woodland. These individuals want to spend less on their home cooling bill in the summer and drop their heating bills even further in the winter, all the while enjoying true home comfort throughout each season of the year.
Your Home and Energy Efficiency
One of the most important things to realize about any home is that it is a complex system made up by a variety of different elements, all of which can affect each other. In many ways, your home is like a car in this regard—once the air filter is clogged, everything else suffers as well. Just as you would bring your car to a mechanic if you were running into problems with it, your home needs to be inspected for energy efficiency issues in order to operate at peak performance, which is where an energy audit comes in.
An energy audit is like a trip to the doctor for your home. Through a series of different tests, a Greiner professional will thoroughly overlook your home for any problems that might be occurring. Once finished, we’ll present you with a full report of our findings, as well as what type of work we believe needs to occur in order to get your home back on track towards true energy efficiency. Upgrades are sure to save you money and energy on your utility bills.
Common Home Energy Upgrades
Depending on what an energy audit report shows, there may be a number of different home energy upgrades that you can perform in order to improve home performance. We’ve found the most common energy upgrades we suggest fall into the following categories:
At Greiner, our team of trusted professionals is adept at determining issues which get in the way of home performance. We’ll never recommend work that doesn’t need to be performed, and we’ll help you to understand exactly what’s going on with your home throughout the entire process. We’re also conscious of our customers’ budgets and will work with you to determine whether or not you may be eligible for certain rebates and/or financing programs.