Many of the issues that cause your HVAC system to use extra energy also cause comfort problems in your home. Leaky ducts, bad home insulation, and old HVAC equipment make it harder for your system to regulate your indoor temperature and humidity levels. You lose comfort, and you lose money. When you enter into an energy assistance program, we take care of these issues so your Hagerstown, Maryland, home is as comfortable as can be.
Start With an Energy Audit
When you’re interested in an energy assistance program with Griffith Energy Services, we start you off with an energy audit. By performing evaluations like blower door tests, infrared imaging, and insulation inspections, we determine where your biggest sources of energy loss are, and how to fix them. Sources of energy loss are also the spots where your home loses the most hot and cold air.
Check and Repair Insulation
If your home simply won’t stay at the right temperature, insulation problems are usually a major component. We often recommend insulation improvements to our clients, especially in areas of the home that are badly insulated or not insulated at all.
Maintain the HVAC System
Part of the energy assistance program is routine HVAC maintenance. The tasks we perform, from cleaning the coils to lubricating the moving parts, keep your HVAC system running at peak efficiency for as long as possible. We catch problems such as thermostat calibration before they affect your indoor comfort.
Explore New Equipment Options
When your HVAC system is getting on in years, we’ll recommend replacement products that fit your lifestyle and your home. Choose from manufacturers like Carrier and Trane for updated equipment that offers comfort and efficiency innovations you won’t find anywhere else.
We know you’re busy, and sometimes scheduling HVAC maintenance slips your mind or ends up low on a to-do list. Think about an energy assistance program; we’ll remember the ins and outs of your HVAC system so you don’t have to. Call us today at 888-474-3391.
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