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Frequently Asked Questions About Our Services

Get all your questions answered about solar, HVAC, roofing, and insulation services right here.

Solar Questions & Answers:

Switching to solar can significantly cut your energy costs, sometimes by up to 70%. Savings vary based on your system size and energy use, but solar is a smart investment that pays off over time.

Absolutely! With a battery backup system, solar panels can keep your essential appliances running during a blackout. It’s a reliable way to ensure peace of mind when the power grid goes down.

Solar panels are built to last, with many manufacturers offering 25-year warranties. Well-maintained panels can keep generating electricity for 30 years or more, making them a long-term solution.

Solar panels need minimal upkeep – just occasional cleaning to remove debris and ensure they’re operating efficiently. Regular professional check-ups are also recommended to keep them in top condition.

If your HVAC is over 10 years old, needs frequent repairs, or isn’t heating or cooling effectively, it might be time for a replacement to ensure your comfort and reduce energy bills.

HVAC Questions & Answers:

Your HVAC system should be checked at least once a year. Regular servicing keeps it running efficiently, extends its life, and can prevent costly breakdowns.

Yes, modern HVAC systems with proper filters can significantly improve your indoor air quality by removing dust, allergens, and other pollutants from the air you breathe.

An air conditioner only cools your home, while a heat pump can cool and heat. Heat pumps transfer heat inside or outside the home, depending on the season, offering a versatile climate solution.

Upgrading to a high-efficiency system, regular maintenance, sealing ducts, and installing programmable thermostats are great ways to boost your HVAC’s energy efficiency.

If your HVAC is over 10 years old, needs frequent repairs, or isn’t heating or cooling effectively, it might be time for a replacement to ensure your comfort and reduce energy bills.

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Roofing Questions & Answers:

Signs like frequent leaks, visible damage, sagging, and age over 20 years suggest it’s time for a roof replacement. An inspection can confirm if repairs or replacement is needed.

Definitely! A new roof, especially with modern materials, can improve home insulation and ventilation, leading to lower heating and cooling costs and improved energy efficiency.

An air conditioner only cools your home, while a heat pump can cool and heat. Heat pumps transfer heat inside or outside the home, depending on the season, offering a versatile climate solution.

In Los Angeles, materials like clay tiles, which reflect heat, or asphalt shingles, known for their durability, work well. Your choice should also consider aesthetic preference and roof architecture.

A standard roof installation can take anywhere from a few days to a week, depending on the size of your roof and the materials used.

If you spot a leak, it’s important to contact a Roofing Professional immediately to prevent further damage. Quick repairs can protect your home from more serious issues.

Insulation Questions & Answers:

Yes, insulation acts as a sound barrier, reducing noise transmission. It’s especially effective for attics and shared walls, helping to keep your home quieter.

If your energy bills are high, you feel drafts, or there are uneven temperatures in your home, it might be time to replace your insulation.

Proper insulation keeps your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer, reducing the need for excessive heating or cooling and lowering energy costs.

Fiberglass and cellulose are common, but spray foam offers the best seal. The best choice depends on your home’s needs and energy goals. An expert can advise you.

It’s good practice to check your insulation every few years or if you notice drafts, uneven temperatures, or a spike in energy bills. An inspection can reveal if updates are needed.