There are lots of effective ways to boost your home’s overall energy efficiency, like weatherizing the exterior, installing extra insulation on the attic floor and upgrading to more efficient HVAC equipment. You can also improve efficiency by implementing the following strategies to save energy in each room of your home.
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Remodeling a home is a big undertaking that can have a considerable impact on the indoor air quality (IAQ) within your home. As you make plans and negotiate with contractors, the last thing you want to worry about is maintaining IAQ while remodeling. That’s why we recommend taking the following steps to ensure the air within your home stays nice and clean.
Any air conditioner sounds other than the soft whoosh of cool comfort flowing through the vents should draw your attention. They may not turn out to be mechanically significant, but noise that persists should be checked out by a qualified HVAC technician before it becomes more than a simple annoyance.
Breathing clean indoor air is paramount to staying healthy, especially during the winter months when stagnant outdoor air and valley fog sets in around the Fresno area. One of the easiest things you can do to keep your IAQ (indoor air quality) as high as possible is to clean your A/C vents or radiators.
Going green is all the rage these days because more and more people are finding out that it not only helps the environment, but it also can save a lot of money. Some green strategies in the home are more effective than others, but all of them are good investments. The following green energy tips are just a few of the options for making your home more energy efficient.