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Ventilation And Insulation: Your Prescription For An Attic That’s Spiking A Temp

Ventilation And Insulation: Your Prescription For An Attic That’s Spiking A Temp

September 13, 2012

If your home has seemed a bit under the weather and your bank account seems a bit sickly this summer, you may be interested to learn that a lack of ventilation and insulation in your attic is “patient zero.” Throughout the warmer months, your attic is capable of reaching temperatures as high as 200 degrees, …

Foam, Loose Fill Or Batts: Which Kind Of Home Insulation Is Best For Your Particular Job?

Foam, Loose Fill Or Batts: Which Kind Of Home Insulation Is Best For Your Particular Job?

December 13, 2011

The three main kinds of home insulation are foam, loose fill and batt. All three will help you cut down on heating and cooling costs, but each is a little different in what it offers and how difficult it is to install.

Want To Get The Most Out Of Your Conditioned Air? It All Starts With Proper Ductwork Design And Installation

Want To Get The Most Out Of Your Conditioned Air? It All Starts With Proper Ductwork Design And Installation

December 1, 2011

If your ductwork is not properly designed and installed, your HVAC system will never be able to live up to its potential. Your ductwork plays the huge role of distributing conditioned air throughout your house. So if it never gets there, it doesn’t matter how efficient your air system is supposed to be — you simply …

What To Expect From Rinaldi’s Whole-House Comfort Checkup

What To Expect From Rinaldi’s Whole-House Comfort Checkup

November 22, 2011

Just like the family car, your home needs a regular tuneup to perform at peak capacity. Leaks in your ductwork, drafts and inadequate insulation all add up to unnecessary wear and tear on your home’s HVAC system. That results in uneven heating and cooling – especially when you need it most. 

Cost-Effective Insulation Helps You Boost Household Energy Savings

Cost-Effective Insulation Helps You Boost Household Energy Savings

November 10, 2011

If you’re looking to increase your savings on home energy this year, checking and upgrading your insulation is a fast and inexpensive way to start. Good insulation with no air leaks will reduce your heating and cooling costs and add to the comfort level in your home.

Putting Together An Energy Savings Strategy To Meet Your Needs This Year And Beyond

Putting Together An Energy Savings Strategy To Meet Your Needs This Year And Beyond

September 29, 2011

With winter on the way, it’s time to make sure your home is ready for the cold weather that is approaching. These energy saving tips will help you stay warm this season as well as save you money all year round.

How Your HVAC Contractor Will Tailor Your High-Efficiency Air-Conditioning System To Your Home’s Exact Requirements

How Your HVAC Contractor Will Tailor Your High-Efficiency Air-Conditioning System To Your Home’s Exact Requirements

September 13, 2011

What kind of air conditioning system does your central Florida home require?

Make Insulation A Priority In Your Crawl Space: Do You Need More?

Make Insulation A Priority In Your Crawl Space: Do You Need More?

August 16, 2011

Installing and maintaining the proper amount of insulation in the crawl space of your Orlando home has several advantages. Properly insulating your home’s crawl space:

Attic-Sealing Strategies Give Orlando Residents A Solid Plan For Efficiency In Florida’s Climate

Attic-Sealing Strategies Give Orlando Residents A Solid Plan For Efficiency In Florida’s Climate

July 26, 2011

Many homeowners don’t realize how much of an impact their attic can have on the efficiency of their HVAC system. But by implementing a few attic-sealing strategies, you will be able to increase the comfort of your home while also saving money on utility bills each month.

Have A Hunch Your Attic Insulation Isn’t As It Should Be?

Have A Hunch Your Attic Insulation Isn’t As It Should Be?

July 14, 2011

Do you think you pay more to heat and cool your home than you should? Does it take more energy now than it did when your house was new to maintain the comfort level you need? If so, this might be a good time to have your attic inspected. You may be able to save on your utility bills and keep …