Also known as “demand” water heaters, these units never waste energy because of standby heat loss. Instead, the heating element is activated only when a hot water tap or washing machine is turned on.
Most tankless water heaters burn natural gas or propane fuel, and are small enough (about the size of a suitcase) to be mounted on the wall, taking up very little space.
Depending on water usage habits, replacing a tank-type water heater with a tankless model can cut your water-heating expenses by as much as 40%.
We believe that good insulation installation begins the moment we arrive at your house. For every job, we follow a three-step process that ensures you’ll get the right solution for your specific needs.
Does your current home insulation suit the local climate? Are there areas in your house where you’re losing heat or cool air? These are the types of things we look for when we come to your home. We’ll also consult with you to understand your specific goals – from improving the comfort of your living space to saving on energy bills1 – in order to determine the best plan to upgrade your current insulation.
When it comes to insulation, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. There are a lot of product choices and insulation installation methods. Once we’ve assessed the specific needs of your home, we’ll recommend materials and installation techniques to suit your situation.
With every home insulation project, our crews will follow manufacturer’s specifications, paying special attention to gaps, voids and compression to ensure the job is done right the first time. We’ll provide you with two installation certificates – one for your records, and the other to stay in the attic, near the access, for easy reference if you sell your home.
This energy efficient system works by pulling cooler air from the outside of your home to the inside, creating natural cross breezes with open windows. Since it is normally cooler in the evenings, you would turn on your fan unit, open a few windows and the whole house ventilation fan will cool your entire home.
Because the hot air is vented through an exhaust system through the attic and outside using a whole house attic fan, your home stays cooler the next day as well. Your home will feel fresh