Of the various methods of heating your home, radiant flooring is likely the most efficient and consistently comfortable. Instead of warm air blowing haphazardly from vents near the ceiling, it provides a steady warmth rising from the floor consistently throughout the house. It offers a number of benefits, such as cleaner indoor air and reduced energy costs. There is no ductwork to leak or get dirty.
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The Fresno area is fortunate to have mild winters compared to colder regions of the country. But that doesn’t mean area residents can’t save money on energy usage during the heating months. In fact, you may be surprised where you can save energy in your home. Consider these energy efficiency tips.
The changing of the seasons is an ideal time to take care of home maintenance tasks that improve comfort and energy efficiency. To reduce stress on your HVAC system and keep your home in the best shape, make sure these tasks are on your list.
Just like your car, the quality of care you give your water heater is a reliable indicator of how efficiently it will operate. After all, if you don’t clean the storage tank as suggested by the manufacturer, your system won’t last as long as it could. Moreover, you’re likely to experience more water heating breakdowns and a spike in your energy bills.
Although the heating season in the Central Valley isn’t nearly as demanding as the cooling season, it’s important to have professional furnace maintenance this fall. When an HVAC expert goes through your equipment, you’ll have the assurance that the system runs as cleanly and efficiently as possible, both of which promote dependable performance.
Allergies: sneezing, coughing, itching eyes and even asthma are the symptoms for one of the most commonly suffered conditions in the world. Just when you think that cooler weather means you’re in the clear for outdoor allergens, everyone’s least favorite fall plant, ragweed, rears its ugly head. That’s right, those lovely golden sprigs of flowers you see blooming on the side of Fresno’s freeways right now are probably causing your hay fever.