Heating and Air Conditioning Systems
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Is your home comfortable
Temperature control is a common frustration many homeowners share.
It is not surprising that most homes have heating and cooling systems that are
fundamentally the same as they were 50 years ago. Now homes distribution systems
are better engineered and perform more efficiently in overall operation, efficientcy
and effectiveness. Homes today are larger, with more open space. Many are multi-level
and feature large walls of windows. Features like this create challenges with existing
traditional heating and cooling systems relying on one or two thermostats for tempeture
control. Rooms with direct sun exposure or on upper levels get too warm or even hot.
Rooms that are located further from the thermostat are cooler than desired.
Keeping a relative consistent temperature in every room can be an elusive task.
Everyone would like to have different temperatures in different rooms so you
can be comfortable during the activity in that room.
An exercise room in a home would have different temperature and humidity needs than say
a home office, where a person would be sitting, sedentary at a desk working on a computer.
A home laundry area would have different temperature and humidity needs for example
than the family room watching TV. Ideal temperature is a very comforting thing.
Being able to tailor the temperature specific to the need of activity or occupation
in that particular room can make you more comfortable and save you big money.
Controling the Humidity
Humidity is a problem in many areas around your home. The best way to control
excessive humidity during summer months is to have a system that runs longer
at lower speeds.
Variable speed air-handling equipment runs at very low speeds, which keeps
the air circulating against the cooling coil and removes much more moisture
than conventional systems. At these low speeds, the variable-speed motor uses
much less electricity than conventional motors.
Constructing a balance between Conservation and Comfort
You want to reduce your household energy use and cost and have your family be
healthy and comfortable at the same time. You can make your home more energy
efficient while still providing superior temperature control all though out
the home. A little engineering comes into play. Considering the areas, rooms
or levels in a home along with the structural and service currently available
in these areas, system ventilation leaks and air quality issues, you can come
up with the right plan to provide the results you want. Inspection to find
the problems and remediation to address discovered issues and fix any
deficiencies or air quality issues that may exist.
Most homes have a heating and cooling system controlled by a single thermostat.
Unfortunately the temperature at the thermostat is seldom representative of the
temperature throughout the home or the required temperature in any selected part
of the house.
In most homes there is a 20 degree difference in temperature from the thermostat
to another routinely populated part of the home, like a kitchen or family room.
Most homes, even those built recently, waste huge amounts of energy
But it doesn't have to be that way and we can help.
Why should your house be inspected and your HVAC System cleaned:
Excessive accumulations of dust, debris and biological contaminants are removed
by our experienced technicians from your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning
(HVAC) system with the assistance of our quality equipment and truck.
When applied by our technicians, you are assured of a complete and thorough
cleaning. The air you breathe is an important component affecting your everyday life.
We offer on-site inspections, surveys and system reviews. Our inspector will take
the time to show you how your system works, determine how dirty it is and explain
how our procedure works. A detailed checklist and proposal will be provided immediately.
Our experience has shown that most problems are a result of a homes poor thermal
integrity. The ability to keep warm air inside in the winter and cool air inside in the summer.
Issues like the following are all results of poor thermal integrity:
- Musty odors
- Damp basements
- Drafty rooms
- Ice dams
- Peeling paint
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