Many homeowners across the Roseville area are struggling to keep their cold conditioned air in, and the hot air out. One of the biggest culprits is old, drafty windows. So how can you effectively stop cold air from leaking out and keep your home’s temperature right where you want it?
With the coming of any new year, Californians inevitably look towards ways in which to improve the way they live their lives. Sometimes, this comes down to eating healthier or exercising more, but what about your home? It’s not difficult to neglect the importance of your home’s energy efficiency, especially when you’re working on other aspects of your life.
The holidays are here, and many homeowners in Folsom, El Dorado Hills and Sacramento are doing whatever they can to prepare for the family events that will inevitably ensue. As we run around trying to find the perfect gifts for our loved ones, it’s important to remember that buying ourselves something valuable around this time of year isn’t something to feel guilty about. For those who are looking to lower their energy bills and enhance home performance, now is an excellent time to consider “going green.”
As winter descends on homeowners in the Sacramento, El Dorado Hills, and Folsom areas, many homeowners are spending more time inside and running their heating systems on the regular. Now is an especially important time to consider the efficiency of your home. A key factor to consider is the status of your home’s air sealing and insulation.
Early fall is one of the most beautiful times of the year in the Foothills. It’s also a time for slowing down, which means taking a moment to look at whether or not you’re ready for winter. Cooler temps will be here before you know it, and there are a few things that all residents in Folsom, El Dorado Hills, Citrus Heights and Granite Bay can benefit from focusing on as we continue to transition into fall.
As summer temperatures continue throughout the greater Sacramento, Folsom, and El Dorado Hills areas, it’s time for homeowners to start thinking about ways in which they can improve their home’s performance. One of the most effective ways to minimize home energy loss and efficiency issues is to check to ensure that you aren’t dealing with leaky windows. Unfortunately, leaky windows are rather common among California homeowners…
There’s never a bad time to get a home energy audit, but mid-summer is a great time to schedule one. As outdoor temperatures reach triple digits, the differential between outside and inside air is quite dramatic, providing an excellent opportunity to test how tightly your home’s perimeter (or “building envelope”) is sealed.
Summer is in full swing here in the Foothills. For many, this means taking the time to ensure that their home is well-equipped to deal with the heat of the summer. Have you considered taking a closer look at your home’s ductwork? There’s a lot of talk about the importance of duct cleaning or duct sealing, but which one is right for your home? What is ductwork, anyway?
For El Dorado Hills homeowners, keeping on top of home performance is usually easier said than done. Homes don’t exactly come along with owner’s manuals, after all. Knowing what to look for in terms of potential issues that might pop up is important, but is definitely a challenge. Your home is a complex system comprised of a number of different pieces, and if one goes out of whack, everything else gets affected.
For a lot of homeowners in the Foothills area, switching to solar is an enticing prospect. Many homeowners, unfortunately, believe that the move to solar is difficult or confusing, which simply isn’t true. California Energy Services proudly offers top-quality solar installations. In addition, we partner with various financing and incentive programs throughout the state to make sure that solar is a reality for homeowners.