While visiting a home in Plano this past Saturday, we met with client who complained of uneven room temperatures from room to room throughout the home.
Upon inspection, we found an improperly installed Wind Turbine, a 5″ base of insulation and unsealed Heating and Air Conditioning system. The furnace was working safely, effectively and efficiently. All three attic items can cause uneven room temperatures in both winter and summer.
Additional attic ventilation, insulation and sealing the Heat and Air System will improve the clients comfort in the home and reduce energy consumption as much as 40%.
Having a similar problem in your home with inconsistent rooms temperatures? Schedule an Efficient Home Solutions technician visit today!
With an early spring predicted in North Texas, it’s important that your AC-Air Conditioning System goes through the proper spring cleaning and check-up.
Efficient Home Solutions doesn’t just offer heating and air conditioning services to homes and residences, they’re committed to giving back in the communities where they live and work all throughout Dallas.
Through their work with Leadership Plano, EHS was able to make tremendous contributions to the Plano and Collin County communities in 2012.
When considering which Dallas Insulation Contractor to install your homes energy efficiency improvements, understand that the right insulation Contractor can make all the difference in what results you achieve on your heating and cooling bills.
To be effective, insulation must be installed properly not just installed. Batt insulation for example, if compressed can lose significant R-Value(R=Resistance to Heat). If attic insulation is blown in to the proper depth but the density is not correct, (proper number of bags of material were not installed to meet the manufactures specifications) you’re not getting the proper R-Value from the insulation you purchased.
We can and do install Cellulose insulation, however we prefer to install Fiberglass blown in materials, there’s nothing in it to burn so chemicals are not needed to make it fire resistant, settling is minimal and it doesn’t break down over the years making your home dusty. Energystar.gov, assures consumers, utilizing tremendous research that results will show when you get your utility bill.
Existing homes will reduce their utility bill by as much as 30% by adding blown in fiberglass or cellulose insulation to reach R-38 level as well as increase your comfort. Older homes with no insulation in the walls can increase the homes energy efficiency, comfort and reduce outside noise by installing blown in insulation using a method we call Drill and Fill.
Ask one of our Comfort Specialists for details at 972-235-2600.
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