Indoor Air Quality
Recently Honeywell worked with Zoomerang to conduct an online survey of over 2500 homeowners.
This is what they found out:
47% of people surveyed prefer disposable air filters
53% of people surveyed prefer renewable air filters
61% of people surveyed have pets in their homes
14% of people surveyed has asthma
19% of people surveyed has allergies
27% of people surveyed has respiratory issues
39% of people surveyed has sensitivity to dust, pollen or pet dander
We can offer solutions to the above issues, call us for an IAQ analysis
By adding a zone system to your home, you can lower your fuel bills. Zoning can be installed on most forced air furnace/air conditioning systems as well as most hydronic (boiler) systems. A zone system installed in your home is like having an individual heating/cooling system in each room of your house. A home without a zone system is like a home with one light switch. You would not want to control all your lighting from one switch, so why control your comfort from one thermostat.
The quality of the air we breathe indoors has become an increasingly important environmental concern. Your duct system functions as the respiratory system in your home. When it becomes contaminated and congested, it should be cleaned so it can 'breathe' normally and efficiently.
Fact: Most people spend 60% to 90% of their time indoors (American Lung Association)
Fact: 50% of all illnesses are either caused by or aggravated by, polluted indoor air (American College of Allergists)
Fact: The level of some hazardous pollutants in indoor air has been found to be up to 70 times greater than in outdoor air (USEPA)
Residential Service Agreements
Residential Service Agreements (RSA) is an agreement between you and your contractor for scheduled inspections & maintenance of your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. RSA’s are generally scheduled semi-annually to maintain efficiency, prevent utility overpayment, and avert system failures. Sometimes RSA’s are also referred to as planned maintenance agreements, clean and checks, or preventative service". RSA’s usually consist of fall and spring scheduled sessions for the service technician to go through your entire HVAC system for the upcoming season in a proactive approach before system failure and prior to overpaying your utility company.
What’s the bottom line for me?
•Savings: RSAs typically more than pay for themselves through higher efficiency and less utility overpayment.
•Peace of Mind: Preventative Maintenance will mean fewer system failures and a longer life for your HVAC equipment.
•Priority Service: Should a system failure occur during the heat of the summer or the cold of the winter, RSA customers receive priority service.
Residential Duct Report
According to a recent report, it is estimated that on average 90% of all residential duct systems have significant loss of airflow. Losses are caused by poor installation, system leaks, poor seals, and damage to sheet metal or ductboard and restrictions found in flex duct systems. (March 1, 2002 BNP Media Publication) Not only is this costing you money, it could be leading to poor indoor air quality which can have medical implications. Have us inspect your HVAC system and duct systems today.