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How Heating And Cooling's Priority Is Comfort!

Posted by Michael Kamps on Fri, Mar 22, 2013 @ 04:55 PM

Greenville Area Homeowners Should Be COMFORTABLE In Every Room Of Your Home.

At H&H Plumbing & Heating, we understand homeowners have a difficult time defining what that means; they just know when they are not ComfortCouch2comfortable!

Unfortunately, many home owners just learn to accept and live with the conditions in the home they move into.

Let’s talk about the home you live in currently, and if you are thinking about building, you have a great opportunity to avoid all of these typical problems in existing homes if you plan it all out before you get started.

The sad part is most homeowners don’t understand this, so when it comes to investing in energy-efficient home improvements (like HVAC equipment) they end up with the wrong equipment (usually cheaper) installed incorrectly.

In general, the more you spend the more comfortable your home will be. Why live with that cold air blowing on you while your equipment is turning on and off all the time.

There may be rooms you avoid in the coldest part of winter or in the heat of summer. Some areas feel cold on your feet or cold too the touch. Or some homeowners say, “We don’t go upstairs in the afternoon in the heat of the summer.

Comfort can mean different things to different people. It may be as simple as the air temperature you want, the air flow you want, the right humidity level, and whether surfaces in the home are warm to the touch. The fact is they are all related.

Your comfort depends on more than your heating and air conditioning equipment. We all know that we need heating and air conditioning equipment to make our homes warmer in winter and cooler in summer. The simple fact is that these systems can contribute much more to the overall health, safety, durability, comfort and energy efficiency of our homes if we protect our indoor space properly from the outdoor environment.

Listen To Sara Lamia, Home Buying Coach.

A house is made up of different elements that interact with each other to make a perfect indoor environment possible.

It’s not any one component: There's your heating and air conditioning system, the shell of your home — walls, roof, floor, doors and windows, and finally the occupants themselves — that's you. The way these elements affect each other is known in our business as the house as a system. If you'd like to learn more,  Take Our FREE Online Home Comfort Evaluation

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