Insulation is one of the smartest investments you can make in your home because it provides year-round comfort & savings in 3 important ways; lower energy bills, quieter living, & a cleaner, healthier environment. The desired amount of attic insulation in your home is 19 inches (R38). You can easily determine if your home is compliant by simply measuring the height of your existing insulation with a standard tape measure.
A faulty duct system not only increases your utility bills but also reduces the performance and lifetime of your HVAC equipment. If your home was built before 1990, it’s likely you have an inefficient and underperforming duct system. We are licensed duct designers that can provide optimal comfort and high performance for your duct system.
Duct leakage costs you a lot in utility dollars and repairs to your duct system typically provide a payback of under two years in energy savings. The most obvious way duct leakage affects your energy costs is through the loss of cooled and heated air into the outdoors. Each cubic foot of air lost out of the ducts must be replaced and the problem is that it’s replaced by unconditioned, unfiltered, & humid air. Most duct systems in American homes lose 15%-20% of their conditioned air. We repair duct leakage to reduce this percentage to 10% or less (in most cases reducing your duct leakage by 50%…or more).
Filtration & Air Cleaning
Because of leaks from windows, doors, and elsewhere, the air in the typical house is replaced by outside air every 2 hours. So minimizing sources of indoor pollutants can make a difference in indoor air quality. We offer a variety of products to keep the air you breathe clean, allergen-free, and flowing evenly.
Solar screens are an important component to ensuring your home is energy efficient. These screens block the sun’s heat & UV rays from hitting your windows, thus reducing the work and cost of your heating and cooling system.