Novel Remodeling in La Canada serves most of San Fernando Valley and San Gabriel Valley. Our contractor provides free quotes to homes in Sylmar, La Canada, La Crescenta, Monrovia, Glendale, and even parts of Pasadena.
Homeowners in La Canada and Montrose community have the privilege of working with local contractors like La Canada Contractors to provide energy audits and energy efficiency assessments for homeowners. Whether you noticed your electricity bill, or think you can lower it with energy efficiency products, we would love the chance to assess the situation and determine if we can help you become more energy efficiency.
Here are a few tips on what uses the most energy and how to reduce it.
If your home was built earlier than 1930’s and you still have a rebuilt furnace to keep you and your family warm, we recommend a significant overhauling your heating needs with energy efficient heating unit placed strategically in areas of your home you spend the most time in. If you are a homeowner that rarely comes home or comes home late, you would not necessarily need a heading unit in your living room. An energy efficient furnace installed in the bedroom can require less energy and less on time because it’s heating you where you spend most of your time, in the bedroom. Same applies for cooling for homeowners that are often not home. Installing a window A/c unit will be far superior and provide better relieve then a central air conditioning unit.
If you are in a house that is poorly sealed, the last thing you need is old windows. Old windows often have cracks near the edges and are not very well insulated. Old windows are often single pane, do not offer the extra protection you need to keep your home warm during the winter, and cool during summer. Our auditors recommend Dual pane Energy Efficient windows for homeowners.
Insulation in the Attic and adjacent walls
If your home has no insulation, you will feel the unbearable heat of California each and every summer. If you keep rising you’re A/C unit during the summer, you are in need of an energy audit in addition to some insulation. Insulation keeps your home protected against the heat and cold. It should be inside your walls, in your attic, and some cases in your foundation. It’s used for soundproofing and additional sealing. Determine if your home still has insulation left with a free in-