We are
environment
friendly


All of our services meet all EPA regulations. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA or sometimes USEPA) is an agency of the Federal government of the United States which was created for the purpose of protecting human health and the environment by writing and enforcing regulations based on laws passed by Congress.

 

In a typical six-room home, up to 40 pounds of dust is created annually

Clean air ducts are the foundation for good indoor air quality. Homeowners and business owners want to breathe clean indoor air for themselves, their guests, employees, and customers.
Did you know the air in your home could be harmful to you and your family? With indoor air quality becoming a growing concern most homeowners are not aware of the dirt and debris lurking inside their duct work. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, levels of air pollution inside homes can be two to five times higher than outdoor levels! With 90% of our time spent indoors this could turn into a big health hazard. Household dust, can contain mites, mold, mildew, pollen and animal dander- all of which is cycled through your central air system each time your heating and cooling system turns on.
With our state of the art air duct and video inspection system we can look deep inside your air ducts to show you what you could be breathing! We look for dirt, debris, animal droppings, mold moisture and more to determine if cleaning is necessary to improve the indoor air quality of your home. Give us a call today and we will send out a highly trained technician to inspect your system!

Indoor air quality facts:

  • Indoor air quality is one of the EPA’s top 5 environmental risks to public health.
  • 87% of American’s are not aware that pollution may be worse inside their homes than outdoors
  • The three most important methods of improving indoor air are source removal, air cleaning and increased ventilation.

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Dryer Vent Cleaning


The US Fire Administration Reports there are more than 12,700 clothes dryer fires annually, resulting in 15 deaths, 300 injuries and $88 million in property loss each year. “Failure to clean” is the leading factor contributing to clothes dryer fires in residential buildings.
Dryer vents clog when enough lint accumulates in your ventilation system to cause a blockage. Dryer vents can clog in a variety of ways. For one, a lengthy distance on a dryer ventilation system increases the likelihood of bends and curves in the system, where lint is most likely to collect. Second, dryer ventilation tubes are made from pliable plastic or foil, which can be easily crushed or dented given enough pressure. Finally, a poorly connected ventilation or dryer vent screen can cause lint to trap. Some ventilation screens serve to prevent animals from accessing the ventilation, but these screens can also create a barrier for lint.
When a dryer cannot ventilate properly, it will negatively affect your home’s energy efficiency, the integrity of your clothing, and the operation of the dryer itself. A clogged dryer vent can affect the levels of heat the dryer uses to dry clothes. If clothing is subjected to extreme heat, your clothes, especially your delicates, can be ruined by the higher temperature. Additionally, if the mechanisms of your dryer are subjected to high heat over a prolonged period of time, those mechanisms could fail long before your dryer has reached the end of its service life. By ensuring that your dryer vents remain clear, you safeguard your clothing from damaging high heat and keep your dryer working as it should.

 
We repair all brands and models of furnaces and air conditioning units.
Here’s how to tell if repair, as opposed to replacement, is the right route:
  • Newer Systems – For new or relatively new systems, it is likely that repairs make the most financial sense.
  • The 50% Rule – If the cost of repair vs. replacement of your system is less than half of its value and you haven’t been suffering the need for monthly service calls to keep your system up and running, repair may be easier on your checkbook.
  • Moving – If you are planning on moving out of your current home in the immediate future and your system is still working, talk to your local real estate agent to determine whether either repair or replacement would be in your best interest.
  • Maintenance – If your system is sitting on the fence—neither old nor new—some simple maintenance techniques may help prolong its lifespan and make immediate replacement unnecessary.
Ask your technician if this is in your best interest, and if so, what you can do to get a few more miles out of your existing system.

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HVAC Installation


Even though we repair all brands, it may be more beneficial for your home to have a new furnace or air conditioner!
  • Substantial Cost Savings – If your system is more than 10 years old and repair costs are approaching 50% of the value of the system, a great deal of energy can be saved by upgrading to a newer, more efficient system. Depending on the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER), upgrading could save you 20% to 40% on heating and cooling costs. Do you use a furnace? Answering the repair vs. replacement question is easy. According to Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) ratings, which measure furnace efficiency, systems from the 1970’s offer AFUE ratings of about 65%, while today’s models offer near total efficiency: 97%. That adds up to a lot of energy dollars.
  • Tax Incentives – In addition to energy savings that add up over the lifetime of your new system, available tax credits and incentives could save you up to 30% of the cost of newer, high-efficiency systems. Look for the ENERGY STAR label for your best options when considering repair vs. replacement.
  • Warranty – Newer units come with a warranty, which helps you save on repair costs should any issues arise.
  • Green Benefits – The U.S. Government and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have mandated the phase-out of R-22 refrigerant by 2020 in an effort to protect the ozone. Upgrading to an R-410A system not only helps the environment, but also helps you avoid the high costs of repairing an older system as supplies of R-22 are further cut each year due to the phase-out.
  • Comfort & Air Quality – Newer systems do a better job of controlling temperature and humidity, which reduces mold and mildew growth, improving both comfort and air quality in your home.
  • Convenience – No more waiting around in an uncomfortable home for repair services or hard-to-find parts for your old system.

Contact us today to find out if you need a repair or a new HVAC system!


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