Heat escapes your body from the top and bottom -- your head and feet -- which is why we bundle up with winter hats to shield ourselves from the cold weather. Our houses are the same, which is why we need to insulate the top and bottom of our homes, too. In this blog, we'll explain how you can prevent heat from leaving your home, keeping you warmer and saving you money.
As winter's chill settles in, we also settle in our homes to keep warm. While you may have an efficient heating system or a warm fireplace, the comfort inside our homes heavily depends on a critical yet often overlooked factor—proper insulation. Beyond just providing warmth, insulation plays a pivotal role in maintaining energy efficiency during the colder months. In this blog, we'll explain why investing in insulation is a smart move to keep cozy.
The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) signed by President Biden in August 2022 aims to build a new economy that helps working families. These actions will push to switch households and companies over to clean energy, save American households up to thousands of dollars a year, and tackle the climate crisis in the United States. Switching and installing certified energy-efficient systems can put money back in Americans' pockets through tax credits and rebates. These tax credits cover a wide range of home energy-efficiency improvements, including equipment like heat pumps, air conditioners, heat pump water heaters, doors, windows, insulation, and more.
Looking for ways to increase comfort and decrease energy bills this year? Insulating your attic is a simple but effective way to keep the warm or cool air in and lower energy use as a result. Continue reading for tips on insulating your attic.
A while back we received a call from a long-time Levittown, Pa. customer who was concerned about black marks on the walls above his baseboard heaters. This issue is known as "ghosting" or "thermal tracking", which is a relatively common phenomenon that plagues both old and new construction. Here’s a look into the causes and some things you can do to prevent this from happening in your home.
If you live in a multi-floor property, you know the conundrum of trying to balance heating and cooling evenly across each level. Cool and comfortable on the first floor, but hot and unbearable upstairs. Sound familiar? Understanding why you may be experiencing this temperature imbalance will help you improve airflow. We are here to help you understand the causes of uneven temps and give you tips to increase airflow to your upper floors, because a balanced temperature is crucial to your home comfort.
Are you experiencing unexplained eye, nose, and throat irritation? Headaches and fatigue? Or even respiratory issues? There is likely a very simple underlying issue: your indoor air quality.