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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Is Radiant Flooring a Good Choice for Your Home?Thursday, November 26th, 2015
How Can You Save Money on Energy During Cooler Weather?Tuesday, November 24th, 2015
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.
Program Your Thermostat and Save this SeasonThursday, November 12th, 2015
It’s important to keep your home warm and comfortable during the winter. But how can you do it without driving your energy bills up and having it cost you an arm and a leg? There are a number of steps you can take. One of the simplest is to use a programmable thermostat.
Did You Know Turning Down Your Water Heater Temperature Saves Money?Thursday, October 15th, 2015
When you want to save money on your heating bill, you probably turn back the temperature inside your home at the thermostat. It’s simple and it makes sense. The same logic can be used to save money with your water heater by turning back your water heater temperature.
Do These Areas of Your Home Have Insulation?Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015
Energy costs are a concern for most homeowners. One of the most effective ways to control your energy costs is to install home insulation in certain key areas of your home.
A Seasonal HVAC Maintenance Schedule Will Help Your System in the Long RunThursday, April 3rd, 2014
You’ve probably heard the term here and there, but what exactly does seasonal HVAC maintenance involve?