Can you feel it? The wind has already picked up in Las Vegas and chances are you're already a few boxes of tissues into the season. Pollution, pollen, dust, oh my! What is a nose to do? If you've got sinus issues, allergies, or just a sensitive sniffer, spring time may wreak havoc on your respiratory system. Sometimes it feels like the plants, the bees, and the air are conspiring against you. You already know to stay inside during high wind advisories... but what do you do when your "inside" is no better than the "outside"?
Nothing is more important to you than the safety of your family. Your home is your safe haven, and we've been trained as a society to sanitize our homes, swab the deck of all bacteria, and spray our way to health. Unfortunately, all of those chemicals that you are using to cleanse your home of germs, aren't much better than the germs. In fact, sometimes they are much worse. To the point where the air inside your house is probably more dangerous than the air outside.
If rising energy bills have you concerned for your wallet or if you are wondering how you can reduce your carbon footprint and help protect the environment, a Home Energy Audit can put your worries at ease.
A qualified inspector will come to your home, identify any areas in which your home is not functioning at optimal efficiency, and make suggestions as to how you can lower your costs and be kinder to our planet.
What does an energy audit entail?
During your visit, an inspector will:
Chances are that controlling the temperature in your home is a little bit like trying to please Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
Is your mother-in-law living with you? Is she going through those fun "changes" and needs her living space to resemble a meat locker?
Do you have kids in the home? Kids that don't comprehend the idea of putting on a sweatshirt and choose to lounge around in tank tops at a balmy 72 degrees all year long?
Would you simply like to keep your upstairs cooler as you sleep?
Your number one priority is keeping your family happy and healthy, right? So what do you do when family members are constantly getting sick with everything from colds to the flu?
Eating right, exercising, washing your hands properly, and limiting stress is always a good plan for a healthy life - but is it enough? Did you ever consider the possibility that your heating or air conditioning system could be contributing to illness?
You've just turned on the news and heard that summer is early this year and today's temperatures are going to reach well into the 90's. There isn't enough ice cream in the state. You turn off the television and go flip the air conditioner on, awaiting the cold breeze. But it never comes.