HVAC

Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning

When your home Air Conditioner is in need of repair, SEL Construction is there to help. Some of the symptoms of an Air Conditioner that may need repair can be ice forming the coil, mildew smell when you turn on the air, the compressor kicks on and off or maybe it is just not cooling properly. Our professionally trained, certified service technicians will educate you as they diagnose the problem empowering you to get to know your Air Conditioning System.

You can trust SEL Construction with your repairs and we promise to provide ethical diagnosis, fair up front pricing and complete follow through until you are satisfied with a job well done.

An air conditioning unit is much like a car in the sense that it needs to be serviced in order to perform up to code and manufacturer specifications. Not servicing you air conditioner on a regular basis can result in ongoing problems that can cost more than the price of the unit itself. Routine servicing of your air conditioning unit should be performed once a year.

When your Residential cooling system has reached the end of its life and you are ready to replace your system with a new high efficiency model, let us help you. Our contractors will work with you to custom design the right system to fit your home, budget and your energy needs.

We will educate you in the process giving you the knowledge and tools to make the right decisions for your family’s comfort. We will have you in a cooler, more comfortable and more energy efficient home in no time.

Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning

Water heating is the second largest energy expense in your home. It typically accounts for about 18% of your gas utility bill (for electric DWH %.) There are four ways to cut your water heating bills: use less hot water, turn down the thermostat on your water heater, insulate your water heater or buy a new, more efficient model.

Water heating tips that can save you money:

  • Install low flow faucets and shower-heads.
  • Repair leaky faucets promptly.
  • Set thermostat on your water heater to 120°F to get comfortable hot water for most uses.
  • Insulate your electric hot-water storage tank.
  • Insulate your natural gas or oil hot-water storage tank.
  • Insulate the first six feet of the hot and cold water pipes connected to the water heater.
  • Install heat traps on the hot and cold pipes at the water heater.

Although most water heaters last 10 to 15 years, it’s best to start shopping now for a new one if yours is more than seven years old. Doing some research before your heater fails will enable you to select one that most appropriately meets your needs. SMUD offers rebate for upgrading your electric water heater. Talk to your contractors for more details and/or check the smud.org website for qualified water heaters.

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