Taylor, MI: 5 Advantages of Ductless Cooling and Heating Systems
September 5, 2017

Insulation is a key factor in your furnace's effectiveness in heating and cooling of your home

Improving energy efficiency, and saving money, with insulation, especially when it comes to our HVAC equipment, are extremely beneficial for homeowners. But it can sometimes be a challenge to figure out what exactly is going to make a difference in how our heating and cooling systems operate.

Insulation is an excellent way to help with not only heating, but cooling as well. Without proper
insulation both air conditioning and heating can escape through your home’s attic. And not only can the
cooling or heating escape, the outside elements can get into the home. Insulation is made from material
such as fiberglass or other natural fibers. The purpose of insulation is to keep the boards of your home
protected from losing air or energy, or having outside air or energy enter the home.

Keeping your furnace and air conditioner maintained helps to save you money and energy, but if your
home is not properly insulated the money you are spending to help is going right out the window. Save
the frustration by scheduling fall furnace maintenance as well as checking your home for any energy
leaks.

Although Expert Heating & Cooling does not provide insulation services, we do provide emergency
troubleshooting, repairs, preventive maintenance, equipment installations as well as design build and
plan and spec services. Whether clients are interested in designing a new residential or commercial
system, having a furnace or air conditioner replaced, or having an existing system serviced you can plan
on speaking with and developing a plan with a trained industry professional.

Expert Heating and Cooling customers are from the Downriver area, but the company also performs
installation and service in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw and Monroe counties.

Please contact the office at 844-EXPERT-1 to inquire about how the Expert staff may help you with your
heating and cooling needs.

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