Energy Efficiency Experts in Sherman Oaks
Our team is committed to working with customers and helping them improve their overall energy efficiency. A huge aspect of this is making improvements to insulation, roofing, weather stripping, windows, and more to tighten what is referred to as the thermal envelope. When a home is well-insulated and contributes to a stable internal temperature, it allows all of your home comfort systems to operate more efficiently and can add years to its lifespan.
What is the Thermal Envelope?
The thermal envelope is the barrier preventing the building from losing heat in the winter or gaining heat in the summer. The effectiveness of the thermal envelope depends on the airtightness (infiltration) and the insulation levels & quality of the building. When our technicians improve the thermal envelope it contributes to a significant reduction in heating and cooling requirements resulting in substantial energy savings.
At Pros 360, our team of Sherman Oaks energy efficiency experts works tirelessly to help our customers achieve the tightest possible thermal envelope to encourage maximum efficiency.
Just a few of the aspects of a home that contribute to its thermal envelope include:
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The benefits of making your home, and its HVAC system, more energy efficient can hardly be overstated. An HVAC system almost always accounts for a home’s top energy consumption, and the difference here can be remarkable. It can save you money, make your home comfort systems work more reliably and with greater longevity, and can even contribute to the community around you because you are putting that much less strain on the energy grid in your area.
If you are ready to learn how your home’s thermal envelope can be improved, call our Sherman Oaks home energy efficiency experts at (818) 581-2686. We are ready to help you however we can!
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