Looking for a New Heating Unit?
Winter is almost here, which means it’s time for homeowners in Folsom, El Dorado Hills and Greater Sacramento to take a closer look at their heating systems. One of the best parts about living in California is that heat is not needed throughout much of the year, but this is a double-edged sword. Due to the warm California climate, many homeowners allow their heating units to unmaintained, leading to problems that could have been avoided by preventative maintenance.
Old, overlooked heating units can not only cost you money; they can also be dangerous and threatening to the health and safety of your family. In this case, it’s best to install a new system altogether.
Heat Pump Installations
Heat pumps are all the rage in the home performance sector today, and for good reason. They’re especially popular in all-electric homes, as they operate 3-4x more efficiently than traditional heaters (like space heaters). Because of this, heat pumps are in many ways the future of home heating efficiency.
Today’s furnaces are highly evolved when compared with those from the past. If you’ve been looking for ways to improve energy efficiency, installing a brand new furnace may be one of the best routes to take. The furnaces we sell can help to significantly boost your home’s performance. Many homeowners who switch from much older units find that the differences can be nothing short of astounding.
Mini Split Installations
Many California homeowners are looking towards mini splits as a way to improve the efficiency of their heating and cooling systems. They’re not only energy efficient, but they can also operate without the need to rely on ductwork. Mini splits are also unique in that they can be used for both heating and cooling, depending on the season.
Boosting your Home’s Efficiency, Lowering Your Energy Bills
Improving home performance is all about taking into consideration the many different elements of the home and how they interact with one another. If your heating system isn’t operating up to par, it’s going to affect everything else in the home and ultimately lead to higher expenses and reduced comfort levels. Installing a new heating unit is the best way to stop this problem from ever occurring, and CES is here to help.