A Building Efficiency heating system upgrade will increase comfort, energy savings, and enhance indoor air quality in your San Francisco or Bay Area home.
Building Efficiency installs state-of-the art furnaces that are both functional and environmentally friendly. Heating or cooling your home typically accounts for 2/3 of your utility bill. Building Efficiency customers have seen utility bill reductions of up to 50% after undergoing a whole-home energy upgrade.
Building Efficiency offers heating options that fit your budget, ranging from top-of-the-line efficiency to comfort models.
Our home energy upgrade teams have installed and designed hundreds of heating systems in the San Francisco area and are experts in home energy efficiency. Most heating issues, such as a loud furnace or a furnace that turns on and off all the time, are due to systems that are not properly designed or installed. Building Efficiency can assist you in correcting these problems, or design a whole new system that better fits your needs and lifestyle. Contact us today to learn more about how Building Efficiency can help you reduce energy bills and increase efficiency in your home!
Properly balanced and performing heaters make a huge difference in your home comfort. Humans are extremely sensitive to temperature changes and even a few degrees of unnecessary heat or cold can make your home uncomfortable and unwelcoming. Upgrading your furnace can make your indoor temperature stable and comfortable, and can also make your home a more healthy place to live in.
Indoor air quality studies by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) show that indoor air may be 2 to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air, a concerning fact given that Americans on average spend 90% of their time indoors. Even though this figure might be lower in the San Francisco Bay Area due to our mild seasons, indoor air quality can be affected by your heating and cooling system and impact the health of your family and guests. Top-of-the-line air filters and purifiers installed by Building Efficiency, in addition to properly designed and installed systems, can improve indoor air quality and also qualify for rebates!