Have you noticed hot or cold rooms in your home or uneven heating and cooling? Have you experienced drafty areas? Does your home have a mold infestation or musty odor? What about window moisture or peeling paint? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you would benefit from a Maryland home energy audit.
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Green homes are a new construction trend. Energy savings are built into these homes during construction. Energy-efficient homes lower utility bills, provide better indoor air quality (IAQ), reduce asthma and allergy symptoms, increase home value, and decrease your carbon footprint.
Spring has sprung. That snowy winter weather is a thing of the past. And you know what that means: summer is quickly approaching. Before you know it, the temperature will be in the upper 90s and the humidity will be almost unbearable. But that’s Maryland for you. The important thing is to ensure your… Read more »
Spring is always a welcome sight after a long Maryland winter. If you suffer from allergies, spring is a beautiful but tough time of year. Most people assume pollen, grass, and other debris floating in the air causes their allergy symptoms. While those things don’t help them, they’re not the only cause. The quality of… Read more »
Eventually, your furnace or air conditioning unit will need to be replaced wither because they have stopped working or because you have decided to upgrade to a new energy efficient model. And when you invest in a new HVAC system for your Maryland home, you want it installed properly. Benefits of Professional HVAC Installation Highly… Read more »
When it comes to new home construction, homes built today are 100% more energy-efficient than homes built in the 1970s, according to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). Unfortunately, we do not all live in new homes. So how do we improve the energy efficiency of our older homes? Green Remodeling! According to the… Read more »
As an HVAC company with 60 years in the industry, we have seen it all…or so we thought. We recently stumbled across a blog post from EnergyVanguard.com, “What’s That Ice Chest Doing in This Attic Duct System?” that even caught us by surprise. You read that right; an ice chest in the ductwork. The homeowner… Read more »
UPDATED 10/18/2017 When the leaves begin to change colors, and the temperatures dip you know winter is around the corner. To protect your comfort all winter long, prepare for the cold with HVAC maintenance. The six ways Minnick’s furnace inspection improves your Whole-Home Comfort.
UPDATED 9/11/2017 In the winter and summer, does your HVAC system have a hard time keeping up with increased demand? If that’s the case, you probably see high utility bills and low indoor comfort. A home energy audit identifies the reasons why.
Let’s get real: purchasing and installing a new furnace is never a small job. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, heating and cooling your home accounts for 56% of your total energy expenses. The good news is that a new furnace offers you the chance to save serious money in your heating costs by… Read more »