Do you need a Home Energy/Indoor Comfort Evaluation? If you answer yes to any of the following questions, you probably do:
Are there any rooms in your home that are uncomfortable because they are always too warm or too cool?
A Home Energy / Indoor Air Evaluation will get to the bottom of why, and what you can do about it.
Are you considering buying a new furnace or air conditioner?
As recommended by DOE and EPA, before buying a new indoor comfort system, you should ask your heating and cooling contractor for diagnostic testing and computerized equipment sizing calculations.
Does anyone in your home suffer from allergies or asthma?
Your home may be contributing to your suffering. A Home Energy/Indoor Air Evaluation will help identify ways to make your home healthier and safer. Is the air in your home too dry or too humid? Improper humidity control can cause static shocks, dry skin and bloody noses in the winter and mold, mildew and structural damage in the summer. A Home Energy/Indoor Air Evaluation will identify ways to help you control the humidity in your home.
Are your gas and electric bills too high?
According to the Department of Energy, the typical home wastes 25% to 40% of the energy put out by the central furnace, heat pump or air conditioner. Are you throwing away 25 cents to 40 cents out of every utility dollar? Find out if you are and how to stop it!
Does the temperature in your home swing from too hot to too cold?
Wide temperature swings in a home are an indicator of improperly sized and installed equipment. A Home Energy / Indoor Comfort Evaluation will identify improperly sized equipment.
Call today to schedule an appointment for a Home Energy/Indoor Comfort Evaluation