Below are some tips for keeping an energy-efficient home. Questions? Call us today!
Review the below suggestions for optimizing indoor comfort:
Take an audit of your energy use! Feel around doors and windows, fireplaces, outlets, and pipes to see if you feel any drafts, and check the insulation in your attic. Drafts can make your HVAC system less efficient. Check your HVAC system. Is it older than 15 years? If so, you may be able to lower utility costs by replacing it with a new, energy-efficient system. Are you using ED lighting? This can help to reduce energy costs as well.
Are you suffering from summer humidity? Humidity levels should not be ignored, and your air conditioning system or stand-alone dehumidifier can help remove moisture from your home. Dehumidification helps prevent the growth of bacteria, viruses, fungi, dust mites, and mold.
We strongly recommend signing up for a maintenance agreement. This helps keep your HVAC system clean and running efficiently, all year long.
Consider investing in a dehumidifier. Don't turn your air conditioner off for long periods of time during the warmer months. Keep showers, tubs, sinks, and other wet areas free of standing water.
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