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.
When it comes to home performance, it’s impossible to ignore the how much of an effect your AC & heater system can have. An HVAC system that operates properly will keep you and your family comfortable throughout the entire year. One that is riddled with issues, however, will result in energy loss, overall discomfort and (potentially) even poor indoor air quality.
As of late, Sacramento residents and those living in surrounding areas are acutely aware how essential it is to keep water usage to an absolute minimum. Governor Jerry Brown has made it quite clear that restrictions aren’t just a good practice any longer; water restrictions are, for the first time ever, mandatory for California residents. Combined with his recently announced goals for greenhouse gas emission reductions, now it is more important than ever before to consider efficiency upgrades that will save you (and your state) water and energy.
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.