Secrets of a Cozy, Comfortable Home
Maybe it was your grandmother’s house in the woods, or the tiny condo your best friend lived in right out of college, but most of us have been to at least one place that was so cozy, comfortable, and inviting you just instantly felt at home.What was the secret to its appeal? And how comfortable is your house? If the answer is, “Well–it could be cozier!” we have some great ideas for you.

What makes a home comfortable?
Everyone has their own ideas of what makes a home comfortable. For some, it's furnished to their liking with plush chairs and wall-to-wall carpeting. For others, a comfortable home is a quiet home—one that shuts out traffic and city sounds and keeps indoor noise at a gentle hum. Although preferences vary for how a home should look--we believe that every home should be:

Thermally Comfortable                     Safe
Energy Efficient                               Healthy
                                           Environmentally Responsible

To create a comfortable environment we need to focus more attention on the HVAC system, insulation, and air sealing. The HVAC system conditions and circulates the air, while insulation and air sealing reduce heat transfer through the building envelope.

Do You Have Hot or Cold Spots?
Whole House Comfort Checkup will get to the bottom of why, and what you can do about it. Click here to watch a video explaining the process. ~
Customer Care Dealer
As an American Standard Customer Care™ Dealer we go the extra mile. Not just any dealer can be a Customer Care dealer. Only dealers with a total commitment to excellence in every aspect of their business, from installation and service to customer satisfaction and employee training, qualify for this special designation.~

American Standard Furnaces
Every model in the American Standard Freedom® furnace family is designed to provide maximum heat for minimum fuel usage. The ultimate models even reduce temperature swings and short cycling. And all American Standard furnaces are durably constructed with only the finest materials and components. So you can rest easy and warmly. ~

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