Spring and early Summer brings an increase in air conditioner installations in the Roseville area. Customers tend to replace their systems with the most affordable model available. Roseville’s rebate is designed to help reduce the up front costs between a minimum efficiency unit and a high efficiency 16 SEER / 13 EER unit.
When it comes to indoor air quality, many Folsom and Sacramento residents find themselves in the dark. The quality of the air inside your home isn’t always something that can be determined at face value, but there are plenty of signs that can point the presence of issues.
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Anyone who has ever experienced the discomfort that comes along with owning a home that is drafty or unevenly heated in the winter knows how annoying the experience can be. Not only can comfort levels drop, but energy bills can skyrocket. Sadly enough, many people sit back and allow these and other problems to progress without taking any action to remedy them. The fact is, you don’t have to be uncomfortable anymore. The path to comfort starts with a home energy audit.
California may not be the great white North, but there’s no disputing that we get our fair share of cold weather throughout the winter. Anyone who has ever been stuck without heat on a cold winter evening knows just how miserable an experience it can be. Without a doubt, the best step you can take in order to keep home heating emergencies at bay is to schedule a heating system tune-up with California Energy Services.
In the aftermath of the crash of 2008, home improvement has fared better than the housing market. In 2013, the remodeling and home improvement industry was back near $300 billion and is on pace to post record spending in 2015. Homeowners in the Sacramento Metro area spent an average of $800 on energy efficient / sustainable improvements to their home.
Many people go into the colder months of the year thinking that their home’s insulation will keep them warm when the temperatures drop at night. This being said, a lot of these same individuals learn the hard way that having an insulated home doesn’t necessarily mean having a warm home. When insulation alone isn’t getting the job done, it’s time to look towards the benefits of air sealing.