Extreme Heat: Your Ultimate Guide to Increasing Comfort & Lowering Utilities
Extreme weather, especially the heat, has created an unfortunate chain reaction across the nation – particularly in the West and more recently, the Pacific North West. As these “blistering, brutal heat waves …scorch” the country, most homes are simply making it worse.
Extreme heat causes increases electricity consumption to cool homes, taxing the power grid in many communities. At the same time, this increases the level of carbon emissions which adds to climate change which only increases the severity of the weather.
The key to helping stop this chain reaction? Find ways to cool your home – without increasing your use of electricity.
The key to ending the vicious cycle of extreme weather is to find ways to cool your home – without increasing your use of electricity.
Aeroseal’s climate technology is designed to help homes achieve this goal through duct sealing. Duct sealing eliminates the leaks in your home’s ductwork. This eliminates uneven temperatures throughout the home and ensures your HVAC system can cool your home more efficiently than before.
Our proven technology has been used to seal nearly 200,000 homes over the past 10 years, saving nearly $2 billion in wasted energy. It’s been used in everything from home, schools, and hospitals to hotels, government facilities, and offices.
Here are some links to related articles that can help you find various ways to lower your air conditioning bill and break the extreme weather chain reaction.
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Five Ways to Lower Your Air Conditioning Bill: Replacing your HVAC filter and installing a smart thermostat are just two of the ways to lower your a/c bill.
Solving Temperature Imbalances Within Your Home: Duct leaks tend to be the main culprit causing hot and cold zones throughout the home.
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