The holidays are fast approaching. You may have time off scheduled and might be having family and friends come to stay. While you may be ready for a break and some quality time with your loved ones, your home may not be prepared.
Leaves, sticks dust and pollen will affect the efficiency of your solar electric system, so what can you do to get the most out of your solar panels? California Energy Services recommends seasonal solar panel maintenance as fall settles in here in El Dorado Hills, CA.
Don’t wait for the dropping fall temperatures to leave you with a faulty heating system to stay comfortable in your El Dorado Hills area home. It’s never too early to schedule your HVAC tune up for energy savings and increased comfort from the experts at California Energy Services.
Moving into a new California home brings a fresh start. As you check out new schools and local coffee spots, don’t forget to check your home’s furnace, air conditioner, and insulation! Trust the local experts at California Energy Services with your home performance needs, from Citrus Heights to Placerville.
Keep your home cool without a traditional air conditioner by installing an energy efficient mini split heat pump. California Energy Services has been increasing the energy efficient of homes in El Dorado Hills, CA and the Sacramento area with professional installation of mini split heat pumps.
We often complain about the sun’s rays and what they mean for our air conditioning bills during the summer months, but there’s no getting around the fact that the sun is the most powerful resource of natural energy in our universe. So, why not take advantage of the massive amount of power that the sun has to offer?
With the coming of any new year, Californians inevitably look towards ways in which to improve the way they live their lives. Sometimes, this comes down to eating healthier or exercising more, but what about your home? It’s not difficult to neglect the importance of your home’s energy efficiency, especially when you’re working on other aspects of your life.
The holidays are here, and many homeowners in Folsom, El Dorado Hills and Sacramento are doing whatever they can to prepare for the family events that will inevitably ensue. As we run around trying to find the perfect gifts for our loved ones, it’s important to remember that buying ourselves something valuable around this time of year isn’t something to feel guilty about. For those who are looking to lower their energy bills and enhance home performance, now is an excellent time to consider “going green.”
The holidays are almost here, and temperatures are beginning to drop in Folsom, El Dorado Hills and Sacramento. While California benefits from a warmer climate than most states in the country, this isn’t to say that our winters don’t see a handful of uncomfortably cold days. This is the time of year when many homeowners start wondering whether or not their heating systems are ready for the weather ahead of us.
As winter descends on homeowners in the Sacramento, El Dorado Hills, and Folsom areas, many homeowners are spending more time inside and running their heating systems on the regular. Now is an especially important time to consider the efficiency of your home. A key factor to consider is the status of your home’s air sealing and insulation.
Homeowners in El Dorado Hills, Citrus Heights and the Greater Sacramento area constantly looking for ways to better their homes and take energy efficiency to the next level. It would be unfair to say, however, that aesthetics don’t also matter. Even the most energy efficient homes need to look good in order for people to feel good about living in them, which is why replacing your windows is one of the best ways to improve home performance and the overall look/feel of your home.
Living in the Foothills means experiencing mostly pleasant weather throughout much of the year. California may not be known for its rough winters, but that doesn’t mean it’s always warm. Ensuring your heating system is prepared for the winter is extremely important, both to ensure that you and your family are comfortable the entire season through, and also to avoid the expenses of an emergency heating repair.
It’s been a hot summer in Foothills, El Dorado Hills, Granite Bay, and Citrus Heights, but now temperatures are on the decline. Is your home ready? Fall is the perfect time to weatherize. There are 3 major parts of the home weatherization process, each of equal and synergistic importance to the other.
The weather may still be gorgeous, but there’s no getting around the fact that fall is here in the Foothills. Cooler temperatures are on their way whether or not you want to admit it, and once they hit, they’ll be here to stay for a while. While you’ve no doubt spent the summer enjoying the beautiful weather and not thinking about your home heating system, it’s time to put things into perspective and consider focusing on heating maintenance.