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Yes, you heard right, an audit! This is not your average audit; we offer a more professional solution then just switching to compact fluorescent lamps. We want to help you save money on your utility bills and maximize your comfort in your home! That is why our certified professionals run a series of tests for our advanced home energy audit. So what kind of tests do we run?
Insulation R-rating for walls, attic, and foundation
Heating and cooling equipment
Whole house air leakage (blower door test)
Electrical and lighting analysis
Water heater and water usage
How does this benefit you?
Eliminate energy wastefulness
Enhance your home’s comfort
Reduce toxic indoor air pollutants
Upgrade your home’s safety
Exceed new government environmental and energy-consumption standards
Decrease dependence on energy sources from outside the United States
Maximize the resale value of your home
Casteel’s experienced professionals work with you through the whole process, we even conduct an interview to better understand what an ideal energy-efficient home means to you. We also provide a no obligation quote outlining the best course of action for making your ideal energy efficient home a reality.
How many times do we have to tell you, winter is right around the corner! We know you can feel the chill in the air. Make sure your furnace is in it’s best shape before it’s too late! Take advantage of our $79 Fall/Winter Efficiency Tune-Up deal!
Bills, bills, bills! Everyone could use a break on their utility bills. When we were flipping through Southern Living Magazine we found some great ways to save money around the house. Everything from filling cracks with toothpaste, to lowering the temperature of your water heater. We highlighted some of our favorites for you.
Use a hand held vacuum or the hose feature on your vacuum and clean that filter! This quick tip could cut your filter cost in half.
Detach your hose and clean it out. Cut the hose down so that you only have enough space to pull your dryer out a few inches from the wall. Not only will your dryer run more efficiently, but it will dry your clothes faster!
Lowering your heater by 10 degrees can save you up to 12% on your bill.
Turn your computer off or set it to sleep mode when you’re not using it. This will help save on your electricity bill and the lifetime of your computer.
You will cut your energy use in half if you use the warm water settings instead of hot water. It doesn’t get any easier.
At Casteel Heating and Cooling, we are always looking for ways to help you save. Try these quick and easy tips and let us know how much you saved on your next bill.
Following these tips will help you reduce your energy costs:
Bigger doesn’t necessarily mean cooler when it comes to room air conditioners. In fact, a unit
that is too large for the room operates less efficiently than one that is properly sized.
Don’t switch the unit off and on. Window units work best when left to run for long periods.
Don’t keep the unit running at the coldest setting. Set the thermostat as high as is comfortable.
Don’t put lamps or TVs near the air conditioner thermostat.
Use interior fans to circulate cooled air more effectively through the house.
Our handy Usage Calculator will help you estimate the cost of using various household appliances.
For more tips about other household appliances see the Full Story