Denver, CO, March 15, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Denver-based company ProCoat Systems is exploring why stone veneer is a great choice for those looking to save energy in their home. During times of extreme heat and cold, stone veneer can help you better control the temperature of your home and reduce your energy bill.
Stone veneer possesses a high thermal mass, which indicates a good ability to store the energy created by heat. With this in mind, your veneer can be strategically placed in areas where it will be most likely to collect and distribute solar heat. Some examples include south-facing windows and glass doors panels.
“Many of our customers come to us asking for ways that they can save energy,” says ProCoat Systems. “Over the years, we have successfully installed many natural stone veneer products with the goal of utilizing their thermal mass with great results, leaving our customers very satisfied.”
However, just as stone veneer can help energy efficiency, it can also make it worse with improper placement. “We have many people ask us for solutions for their inconveniently placed thermal mass designs, which can big a big detriment to your energy bills.” Luckily, the ProCoat Systems staff can help you find the problem areas and new placement opportunities for your home design and properly install the veneer in your home.
Stones with high thermal mass are ideal for areas where day and night temperatures fluctuate greatly, something that Colorado residents are well aware of. Installing natural stone veneer in both your walls and floors is a great way to control these fluctuations and maintain a consistent temperature in your home at all times.
For anyone looking to save energy in addition to increasing the aesthetic appeal of their home, the natural, manufactured and thin stone veneer offered by ProCoat Systems are your best bet. For further questions regarding installation and purchasing, you can reach them at 303-322-9009.
About ProCoat Systems
ProCoat Systems has been supplying high-quality stone veneer for over 30 years, ensuring that Colorado residents can maximize their energy usage and remain comfortable throughout periods of extreme temperature fluctuations. For more information, visit http://www.procoatsystems.com.