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Here’s how you can make an energy-efficient home

Everyone wants to make their home more energy efficient. Besides being better for the environment, a home that uses less energy means lower bills for you and your family. Over the course of years to come, those savings can really add up. Maybe you’ll use that extra cash to take a vacation, or to buy a new boat. Either way, making an energy-efficient home can really pay off.

In this blog post, we’ll discuss the various ways that Air Control can help you turn your home into an energy-saving machine that saves you money every month.

Start with an energy audit

There’s a lot that goes into making your home more energy efficient, and it’s sometimes a ton of small things that add up to make a big difference. That’s why Air Control offers a home energy audit service.

Our Building Performance Institute-certified technicians will inspect your home and—using advanced technology—detect air leaks, places of inefficiency, and areas where you’re losing energy. They’ll then sit down with you to talk through the results of our thorough inspection. This isn’t just us pointing out problems and then leaving. Instead, we give you actual solutions that you can take to solve these inefficiency issues.

If you’re looking to make your home more energy efficient, an energy audit is a great place to start. Air Control can provide you with a roadmap on how to proceed. Some of the items on that plan are things you can do yourself, such as weatherstripping doors and windows. However, for others like attic insulation and duct sealing, you’ll want to hire the professionals at Air Control.

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We offer attic insulation service in Lake Havasu City.

Adding attic insulation

We offer attic insulation service in Lake Havasu City. You may not realize it, but most of the cooled or heated air in your home escapes by rising through your ceiling, through your attic, and through your roof. As it does so, your air conditioner or furnace (depending on the season, of course) needs to work harder to replace that air, costing your more and more energy. However, there’s a way to trap the cooled or heated air and prevent it from escaping.

By applying blown-in fiberglass insulation in your attic, the professionals at Air Control can significantly cut down on your energy costs. According to Energy Star, fiberglass insulation in the attic is one of the best ways to make your home more energy efficient. Our blown-in method allows us to cover the entire attic, avoiding leakage spots. It’s completely safe and not messy, and it can really make a difference on your cooling and heating bills.

To learn more about attic insulation, visit our page or check out this helpful guide from the U.S. Department of Energy.

Aeroseal for your air ducts

Besides your attic, one of the main places of energy leakage is your home’s air ducts. All year long, your air conditioner or furnace is pushing cooled (or heated) air through your ducts. Over time, however, your home’s settling and natural movement can cause tiny cracks and fractures to form, through which this air can leak into the roof. This means that the air never arrives in your living space or to your thermostat, which signals your HVAC system to try again. This can lead to serious energy costs.

Don’t worry. We offer Aeroseal for just this problem. Aeroseal is an advanced material and process straight out of science fiction. Invented by scientists at Berkeley, Aeroseal works by sending small sealant particles into your vents, where they’re attracted to the leaks and “stick” to the opening. From there, the sealant builds up until the leak is sealed, and then the particles are attracted to the next leak. This is a proven way to seal air duct leaks that requires no home renovation.

By sealing your home’s air ducts, you can save up to 30-40% off your energy bills.

Energy-Efficient Home Duct Sealing

Aeroseal is one of the best ways to save money on your energy bills.

Sign up for Club Air Control

Now that you have an insulated attic, sealed air ducts, and have made small energy improvements throughout the home, the last step toward an energy-efficient home is to keep your air conditioner and furnace in their most efficient shape with regular maintenance. Our Club Air Control program puts you on the calendar for annual cooling and heating tune-ups from our NATE-certified technicians, and you get a whole range of other perks, including priority service, lifetime parts warranty, no overtime charges, and much more!

Even if you’re not ready to sign up for our maintenance program, we strongly recommend scheduling spring air conditioning maintenance and fall heating maintenance with us. It’s one of the best ways to save money on energy throughout the year and turn your house into an energy-efficient home.

Get started on your energy-efficient home

Are you ready to make your home more energy efficient? Air Control can help, and the first step is to give us a call to schedule service. Get in contact with us to learn more about how our certified technicians can turn your home into a lean, green machine!

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