Is your new sunroom or finished basement too warm or too cool? Introducing new energy saving HVAC system upgrades or modifications can help solve that problem. It is also important to implement energy upgrades for your HVAC system – this will help reduce the energy you use in heating and cooling your Georgia home and help save you money in the process as well.
So If your new addition isn’t tied into your air-conditioning system it would be wise to consider installing a ductless mini-split HVAC system. It’s small, quiet and has the flexibility for heating and cooling individual areas within your home. Because mini-splits deliver the conditioned air directly to individual rooms, there’s no chance for air to leak out through long stretches of ductwork. Mini-splits use 25% to 50% less energy than electric resistance and forced air systems. You can also save even more energy with programmable thermostats. Some ductless split-system air conditioners and heat pumps are Energy Star-rated and qualify for state tax incentives and local utility rebates. More ways to increase the heating and cooling of your home, without resizing your existing HVAC system, is to add extra insulation, improve ventilation systems to increase air flow and seal windows. You may also be able to save money on your heating and cooling costs with better maintenance. Reese Services can help set you up with a regular maintenance plan to make sure that your system is operating as efficiently as possible.
Reese Services can work with the ductwork in your home. Our technicians can access the rooms that are not receiving the proper amount of air flow and make modifications to the ductwork as needed. A modification in the ductwork can help to manage the airflow to rooms that need to receive more or less air.