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Is your Four Season Room Really a Two Season Room?

Is your Four Season Room Really a Two Season Room?

  Many St. Louis area homeowners improve their quality of life and home value with the addition of a four season room.  Four  screen porches give you the ability to feel outside while still in the “comfort” of your own home.  The biggest difference is that have windows and in some cases insulation rather than just screens. 4 Season Rooms are Many Times Too Hot or Too Cold. Although 4 Season Rooms by their very name imply that you can enjoy them Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter, most Four Season Rooms have a dirty secret.  They are too hot in the Summer ...

Does Your Home Have a Hot or Cold F.R.O.G.?

Does Your Home Have a Hot or Cold F.R.O.G.?

F.R.O.G. is an acronym for Finished Room Over Garage.   These rooms are common in modern homes but present a unique challenge when it comes to heating and cooling the room.  These FROGS typically have vaulted ceilings and attic kneewalls. Combine those features with a cold, drafty, often open garage below with concrete floor and y ou have a great reason to complain about comfort. A FROG is unique because in summer, it has a lot of surface area that's in contact with hot places like the attic, which gets up to  130° F and the roof which is the closest part of your home to...

Climate Controlled Garage - Taking the chill and heat out of the garage

Climate Controlled Garage - Taking the chill and heat out of the garage

Whether you are into Gardening, Cycling, Muscle Cars, Motorcycles, Exotics or restoring classics, you undoubtedly spend is your space.  Your place to get your hands dirty or just sit staring at your toys.  Problem is, it is often too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter to enjoy the space.  For this reason, many garage folks, only get to truly enjoy their garage during the spring and fall. Air conditioning your garage until now has been a challenge.  Considering it is built on a cold concrete slab, has no duct work and typically has a hot attic above it.  Some...

New Construction Home with NO Duct Work? You Better Believe It!

New Construction Home with NO Duct Work? You Better Believe It!

Have you ever wondered if it were possible to build a new home with NO furnace, NO return air vents and NO Duct work? New Construction With Ductless Heating and Cooling How much better would your home be if there was no duct work? Consider it, there would be no more creaking or popping with a small outdoor unit. Alongside those benefits, outside units are extremely silent making no more noise than a whisper. Inside units are easy to configure in up to 9 zones and able to run at a distance of up to 165 feet from the outdoor unit. With the use of a “Mini Echo” residentia...

Do You Have Rooms In Your Home That Are Too Hot or Cold?

Do You Have Rooms In Your Home That Are Too Hot or Cold?

Do you have that one room in your house that is always too hot? It’s probably the bedroom, isn’t it? What would you say if we were to ask you what room in your home was the most comfortable? One of the biggest answers we get is the hallway, but who wants to live in their hallway? You can believe this is a story we hear often and is very common issue for St. Louis families. More often than not, this problem is caused by architectural designs that are inefficient. While the root problem may be an old heat pump that is slowly giving out, there are often a bigger issues like not havin...