Ecotelligent Homes can help your family enjoy reliable year round comfort with industry leading natural gas furnaces and central air conditioning installed by NATE certified technicians and backed by a 10-year limited warranty. We understand the unpredictable weather in Michigan and the need for working heating and cooling systems in your Metro Detroit homes. We evaluate your home as a whole system and make personalized recommendations to improve various components of your HVAC system, including:
DON’T WAIT FOR YOUR OLD AND OUTDATED FURNACE OR AIR CONDITIONER TO FAIL
Don’t be rushed into a decision because your old equipment breaks down. Plan ahead so your family can stay consistently warm and cozy throughout the winter with a Carrier Infinity furnace that has an efficiency rating of up to 98.5%. Enjoy a calm and cool summer with an ENERGY STAR rated A/C system that controls temperature and humidity.
DO YOUR VENTS OR REGISTERS HAVE LOW FLOW?
We have helped customers in Detroit improve their HVAC performance and airflow to all the rooms in their home. You should not have to adjust the dampers on your ductwork throughout the year or invest in a gimmick like an inline duct fan or booster vent. Our team will evaluate all the systems of your HVAC equipment and determine if the root cause of the flow issue requires a new furnace with a high-efficiency blower motor or if you simply need to seal the leaks in your ductwork.
Call 248-291-7815 to learn how heating and cooling improvements can help keep your family comfortable all year long.
The Pros and Cons of an Air Source Heat Pump
The environment has become a focus for many throughout the world, including the United States and local cities. In the Metro Detroit area, many cities are focusing on reducing their carbon footprint to achieve climate goals. One of the many ways cities are trying to help the environment by reducing greenhouse gas emissions is by […]
Reducing Your Home’s Environmental Impact
When it comes to reducing our carbon footprint, many of us think about driving less and recycling more. But have you thought about how much energy the home you live in uses? If you’re curious, calculate your home’s emissions using this carbon footprint calculator. On average, a home in Michigan uses 3,948kW of energy a […]
Guest Blog: The Benefits of Proper Insulation for your Heater & Air Conditioner
Having an HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning) system professionally installed in your home can do wonders for your comfort and quality of life. But what many people don’t consider when it comes to HVAC systems is proper insulation. Insulation for your heater and air conditioner should never be an after-thought, and we’re going to show […]
Jenny & Matt
Overview Jenny and Matt are concerned with their environmental impact and knew their home could be more energy efficient. Problem During a comprehensive energy audit, the Ecotelligent staff identified several energy efficiency opportunities through improved insulation and heating and cooling equipment. We also found a few indoor air quality concerns including mold in the attic, […]
The Miller Family
Overview The Miller family was experiencing drastically different temperatures throughout their 1900’s farm house home causing them to be uncomfortable and concerned with their carbon footprint. Problem The Ecotelligent Homes team started with an energy audit. During the audit, we found a lack of proper insulation in the attic, basement and walls. They also determined […]
Historic Home Wyandotte
Overview Homeowners of a historic home in Wyandotte were suffering from a cold 2nd floor in the winter and a hot 2nd floor in the summer. Problem The homeowners knew they needed insulation but weren’t sure how to insulate the attic because of the furnace and duct work on the attic floor. Approach Ecotelligent Homes […]
THE ECOTELLIGENT DIFFERENCE
Ecotelligent Homes is a home performance contractor, which means we are a one-stop-shop and we manage the project from start to finish. We follow a three-step process when assessing and improving the comfort and energy efficiency of your home.