This was an older gas furnace that the owners wanted to upgrade. We also discovered leaks and inefficient ductwork in the attic. Poorly executed or old ductwork can lead to increased utility bills, a loss of conditioned air and/or hot spots around the home - so this also needed to be addressed.
We replaced the older system with a Lennox Gas furnace. This is a high efficiency gas furnace that has saved Lennox customers an averageof 37% on their heating bills. It is also comprised of sound absorbing materials that help the furnace function at low sound levels.
We also installed new ductwork to ensure better temperature regulation throughout the home, lower utility bills and a longer life for the furnace/AC equipment.
This was an older air conditioning system that the owners wanted to upgrade. When AC units approach the 10-15 year range, they can become less efficient and less powerful. Once you upgrade your new system, you should be able to cool larger areas of your home more effectively.
We replaced the older system with a Lennox Air Conditioning Unit. This new system is dependable and made with material that is resistant to corrosion - so it should last through harsh conditions and inclement weather. Lennox Air Conditioners can have efficiency ratings of up to 17.00 SEER, so you know they are built to save you money.
Here a homeowner was looking to make their home more comfortable and more energy efficient. After our assessment it became clear that the attic was causing a lot of problems in the house. This attic was leaking air through wire holes, can lights, chimney cutouts, and even the pulldown stair opening.
We were able to address these costly issues by sealing all air leaks and safely insulating the chimney. We also added about 6 inches of TruSoft Blown in Cellulose Insulation. Cellulose insulation is the best on the market when it comes to insulating attics. Since this type of insulation is blown in, it is able to fill in all the gaps and cracks that you would not be able to cover with other types of insulation. The result? A warmer, more comfortable, less drafty house that you’ll notice everywhere, even downstairs! Fuel and electric bills are considerably lower.