Consistent Comfort is Another Benefit of Utilizing The EnergyWise “Total Systems” Approach.
EnergyWise has studied the aspects of insulation, air quality, comfort requirements, equipment efficiency and well, a lot more than you probably want to read about now. This translates into up-to-date information regarding available and cost-effective options for saving energy and saving you money.
Beyond saving money, every EnergyWise energy analysis report considers humidity control, air quality and the general health and comfort of the environment within the structure. After all, living in a healthy environment with consistent comfort is really what you want for you and your family.
The largest factors contributing to discomfort in the home are the humidity levels in the summer and inconsistent hot and cold spots throughout the structure. We solve this by correctly matching and sizing your HVAC system to an airtight home to maintain a guaranteed relative humidity level between 35 and 50% (when the HVAC system is running). We eliminate those undesirable hot and cold spots by properly positioning your home’s duct work while accounting for the number and type of windows and the physical position of your home and its surrounding environment. It is critical to have the HVAC system properly engineered to maintain ideal humidity levels or you run the risk of experiencing a home that is too dry (resulting in having static electricity and drying out caulking), or too wet (resulting in window condensation, mold’s ideal environment).