Why is it so difficult to keep my home on the temperature setting that I like?

This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series Why is it so expensive?

In the summer time, your home is trying to keep heat from flowing in. Or is it to prevent cool air from flowing out? In the winter time you are trying to prevent warm air from leaving. Or is it to prevent cool air from coming in? Learn how this impacts your power bill and your indoor air quality.

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Why is it so expensive to keep my home on the temperature setting that I like? Part II

This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series Why is it so expensive?

Your home has many crooks and crevices that allow air to pass in and out of your home. That may sound a little creepy but just think if it was air tight then you would be living in a refrigerator. That is not realistic either because you would run out of fresh air. The sum of all of those crooks and crevices …

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Can my home be depressurized? What does that mean? Why?

This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series Why is it so expensive?

If more air is entering a home than is leaving it has positive pressure or it is pressurized. If more air is leaving the home than is entering the home it has a negative pressure. The same can be said for

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