There’s more to your home than just the temperature on the thermostat, beyond just your heating and cooling system. Your home is a complex system with many parts that contribute to total comfort and peace of mind. Whether it’s ensuring your home is powered during a power outage or finding and minimizing cold drafts in the winter, our team is devoted to using state-of-the art diagnostic tools and the latest in building science to deliver true home comfort.
We approach all of our customers’ homes using cutting edge technology, diverse training, and a strong focus on quality. We treat your home as one collective system, rather than many individual parts (i.e., HVAC, insulation, construction, windows, etc.). Doing so helps us fully understand the indoor environment creating the ultimate combination of Health, Safety, Comfort, and Energy Efficiency. We breakdown home comfort into three main areas:
The health and safety of you and your family in your home is our #1 priority. Each year dozens of people fall victim to fatal carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Many more develop respiratory problems, such as asthma, lung diseases, or worse from breathing in dust, mold spores, and other harmful materials. The EPA states that the air you breathe inside your home is about 10 times more polluted than the air outside. We can test for the presence of CO, moisture issues, and other potential indoor air quality issues.
Treating your entire home as one system, rather divided individual systems, allows us to diagnose the real issues that cause discomfort. Most people blame the air conditioning and heating system when their home is uncomfortable. Many times the blame lies in underperforming insulation, leaky ducts, moisture issues, or heat infiltration through cracks and crevices. Addressing these issues will actually make your home more comfortable.
We like to take into consideration all the elements of a building that affect its efficiency. This includes the heating and air conditioning equipment and distribution system, insulation levels, appliances, lighting, windows, doors, water consumption, fuel consumption, indoor air quality, and more! We can investigate all of these areas to see how well they perform as a system to affect overall energy consumption.