With over 80 years of experience in the home heating and cooling industry, we here at National Heating and Air Conditioning have learned a thing or two. If you’re interested in learning more about home energy efficiency, the latest in energy efficient heating and cooling products, or financing and special offers that may be available to you, feel free to visit any of the following pages:
Residential buildings are responsible for about 21% of the energy used in the United States. A lot of that energy is spent heating and cooling your house. And even worse, a whole lot of that energy is spent heating and cooling your backyard and front porch, through leaks and holes in your building envelope.
There’s understandably a lot of excitement about photovoltaics, solar water heaters, geothermal heat pumps and other sources of renewable energy for the home. We all want to be self-sufficient. It’s part of our national psyche. And, particularly for the environmentally motivated among us, the desire to reduce our dependence on traditional energy sources is strong.
But when looking at potential energy upgrades for your home, you should keep in mind a few important considerations:
Your utility bill may be shocking, but it offers few helpful details: it doesn’t tell you when your energy use peaks, doesn’t explain how best to reduce power consumption, and doesn’t tell you how your home is spending your money.
Home Performance is a philosophy and a science based on the premise that homes should be safe, healthy, comfortable, durable, and efficient.
After all, homes — probably the biggest investment most of us will ever make — are one of the few things we purchase that don’t come with an instruction manual. Is a home comfortable? Reasonably energy efficient? Safe and healthy? These are all considerations that a homeowner will either take for granted (we would assume, after all, that the air inside a home wouldn’t be a potential health hazard), or simply neglect.
Summer Air Conditioning Tips
We want to help you keep your family healthy and happy this summer season. As local HVAC contractors in Cincinnati, we’d like to share our resources and advice to help you get the most out of your air conditioning this summer—without the cost!
To help you keep cool this summer and avoid the pitfalls of generating high energy bills or needing emergency AC repairs, here are a few blog posts that can help you keep your home cool and quiet:
- Tips for Staying Cool for Less This Summer
- How to Troubleshoot Air Conditioner Problems
- How to Troubleshoot Common Heat Pump Problems
- Should I Repair or Replace my Home’s Air Conditioner?
Do you need HVAC repair, maintenance, or replacement services in the Cincinnati area? Give us a call today at 513-399-5757 or contact us online to get started!
Our Air Conditioning Service Area
Servicing Cincinnati, Bond Hill, Idlewood & Beyond
We service the following cities and surrounding areas of Cincinnati, Ohio: Bond Hill, Cincinnati, Covington, Evanston, Finneytown, Idlewood, Norwood, Oakley Square, and Reading.
Give us a call at 513-399-5757 or contact us online for HVAC services today!