Wall Street Journal Reports Majority of Homes Have Comfort Issues

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July 10, 2012 - 1:54pm

Are some rooms in your home stiflingly hot in the summer?  Does frigid air keep you out of certain areas of your home in the winter?  You’re not alone! 

A recent article in The Wall Street Journal's MarketWatch section highlighted the vast number of American homes that are not reaching their potential for comfort and efficiency.  The American Home Comfort Study published statistics that identify 67% of American homes to have at least one room that is too cold in the winter months and too hot in the summer months.  This discomfort has led to a wave of homeowners choosing to remodel their homes to improve energy efficiency, comfort, and the value of their home.  As the economic climate continues to challenge the housing market, these remodeling efforts have become the more popular choice over moving locations. 

MyHomeEQ’s mission of creating valuable, comfortable, and efficient homes aligns with these home improvement projects.  From certified contractors specializing in heating and cooling systems, to insulation and sealing measures designed keep cool air inside in the sweltering summer and hot air inside in the chilly winter, we can transform your home into the comfortable and efficient space you’ve always envied. 

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