The air conditioner is one of the most important parts of your household. The summers can get pretty hot here, and you rely on the HVAC system to keep the entire family cool and comfortable.
DeHart Plumbing, Heating, and Air Inc. Blog: Archive for May, 2020
We offer many superb services at Greenhart to help people enjoy greener homes and energy-saving homes. A big part of that is helping houses improve their ventilation system. It’s easy to underestimate the importance of the “V” (ventilation) in “HVAC,” but problems with the ductwork in a home have a huge negative impact on energy efficiency and the quality of the household air.
This is where duct cleaning is a vital service. It’s not a minor luxury—we offer it because we know it is important.
Summers in California can be a lot of fun, but the hot temperatures are unforgiving. Energy bills and water bills keep rising as you do everything you can to stay cool. However, saving water is necessary to reduce your water bill and to play your part in saving this precious resource.
We are going to suggest some of the most effective ways for you to save water this summer. And if you are in search of a plumber in Tracy, CA, you can always get in touch with us.
As the weather begins to heat up as we move into the middle of the year here in the Central Valley, you’ll want to find effective ways to stay cool in your house, but without having to run the air conditioner all the time. But what’s the main way to enjoy fresh air currents? Opening up windows. And when it’s 90°F outside, opening the windows means bringing in the heat along with the fresh air. Even letting the windows open for a short time means having to run the air conditioner for a longer stretch to cool the house down again.
There is a way out of this problem. You can recover the energy used to run the AC to cool the air and use it to cool incoming fresh air. That sounds strange, right? But it is possible thanks to the energy recovery ventilator, a system we offer that can be a game-changer for your comfort and the energy efficiency of your house.