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?
Living in the Foothills means experiencing mostly pleasant weather throughout much of the year. California may not be known for its rough winters, but that doesn’t mean it’s always warm. Ensuring your heating system is prepared for the winter is extremely important, both to ensure that you and your family are comfortable the entire season through, and also to avoid the expenses of an emergency heating repair.
This sweet elderly customer of ours had the unfortunate experience of an AC breakdown this Summer. When we went out to her home to fix the unit, what we discovered made us shiver. While we’ve talked at great length about the benefits of heating and cooling maintenance, now it’s time to show you why we stress it.
At the end of the day, there’s really nothing more important for homeowners in Folsom, El Dorado Hills, Citrus Heights (and beyond) than being comfortable at home. True home comfort can be difficult to achieve if your heating and cooling systems aren’t up to par, and this is one of the biggest problems that people run into around this time of year.
At California Energy Services, we know that one of the biggest hurdles that often stands in the way of residents in the Foothills, particularly in the Folsom, El Dorado Hills and Great Sacramento areas, from making valuable upgrades to their homes is cost. Financing an important project shouldn’t be difficult, yet those who are on a tight budget often believe that doing the work is an impossibility.
California residents living in and around the El Dorado Hills, Folsom and Sacramento areas have had their hands full lately trying to stay cool. The summer temps are here and are showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. If your cooling system isn’t operating at peak performance, you can’t expect it to be able to keep your home cool and comfortable on the hottest days of the year.
It’s no secret that Heating and Air Conditioning is tricky, complicated, and almost never user-friendly. But what if it was? What if you could press a button, and the system would actually work perfectly? Better yet, it worked quicker than the old hunk of metal and ductwork? What if this magic system cost less than the average HVAC to purchase and to run?
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.
Skylights are the up-and-coming contemporary design piece for new homes. By bringing in natural light and now fresh air, Skylights are a great way to keep your home lively and energy efficient. Here’s everything you need to know about our favorite new product, the Velux Solar-Powered Skylight.
If you’ve ever lived in a home with blinds on the windows and doors, especially cheap tin blinds, you know how frustrating they can be. They collect dust, bend out of shape easily, and quickly become tacky and hard to use. Enter Milgard’s Internal Blinds: a clean, convenient, and simple alternative to traditional blinds.