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Exhaust Fans

Exhaust Fans

What is the big deal with exhaust fans? We spend more and more time indoors. Especially with the coronavirus pandemic, we are not leaving home for anything these days. With this unfortunate truth, how is the indoor air quality in your home? It has been proven that the air inside of a building or dwelling…

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The Benefits Of Air Duct Cleaning

Many of our customers are asking about duct cleaning and some of its benefits. Especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are spending more and more time indoors. With increase activity indoors and with work and school now being held remotely, many people are starting to notice indoor air quality issues in their homes. Indoor…

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Blower Door Testing

Efficient energy usage continues to be a concern for end-users, utility companies, and government agencies. Air leakage is one of the number one causes of poor energy consumption. In some households, energy bills equate to 17% of the total income in the home hence the concern. This article will describe the code requirements as well…

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The Air Doctors Guide to Hot Water Heaters

Outside of your heating and cooling system, your water heater ranks high in importance to your and your family’s comfort and safety. From personal hygiene care, cooking, and cleaning, having hot water is an absolute must. This article will discuss the differences in technology, as well as how Hot Water Heaters should be maintained. Styles…

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Don’t Forget to Clean your Dryer Vents

Your dryer is critical to your day-to-day household operation. The dryer is usually out of sight and out of mind and is generally neglected in many households. This article will discuss one key maintenance aspect that you should not ignore, cleaning your dryer vents. The US Fire Administration reports that 34% of residential fires originate…

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Energy Auditing

My Utility Bills are high…What can I do? It can be frustrating to have costly utility bills month after month. You stay on top of your equipment maintenance but yet something is wrong. When you compare notes with your friends and neighbors, your utility bills are higher. The Department of Energy reports that some households…

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What is a CSD – 1 Test and Why do I need it?

Many of our customers who own commercial buildings may have their building heated by a boiler.  A boiler is a device that uses pressurized hot water or steam to provide heat to the building’s occupants. Boilers are generally used in larger buildings or applications because traditional forced air heating and cooling systems become too costly…

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AC Repair

My Unit Is Leaking Refrigerant…What Should I Do?

Summer brings fun in the sun, but the dog days of summer can be quite brutal on you and your family. Your home is your reprieve – that is until your Air Conditioning system breaks down. Maybe you contacted an air conditioning company, and they recharged your system with refrigerant and presented you with a…

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When Replacing your Old Furnace, Heat Pump, or Air Conditioner…Bigger Is Not Better

Many homeowners hope more powerful equipment will do a better job. Unfortunately, this is a common misconception. While too small is not acceptable, too big can be much, much worse. Most homeowners who buy a larger unit regret their decision. An oversized heating & cooling system leads to: Higher Utility Bills More Breakdowns & Repair…

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When Replacing your Old Furnace, Heat Pump, or Air Conditioner… Don’t Ignore Your Ducts

An investment in a new high efficiency heating and cooling system should save significantly on your utility bills. However, you will not save much if your existing ductwork is in bad shape. A typical poor duct system really drags down the performance of new high efficient equipment. Many buyers of new equipment have ended up…

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