Your HVAC installation required careful measurement of your facility, taking into account your specific heating and cooling needs. Our goal with any install is to ensure that your system is simple, intuitive, quiet and delivers you unprecedented control and efficiency.
Along the way, budget, safety and efficiency are taken into consideration. With options that include rooftop units, packaged air conditioners, and geothermal systems there are many options to choose from for your business.
Other options that can bring savings to many facilities include: Continue reading
When People Say “Design/Build,” What Are They Referring Ro?
Design build is the name given to a project in which the design and construction parts of the project are done by a single group. That’s why you typically hear someone say “a design builder” or even “a design build contractor.” In previous year, sometimes the design and the construction part of this process was completely separate or done with completely separate firms.
Knowing it’s just the term given to the specific structure of how a project is completed, there are several phases to be familiar with:
- Selecting your design build contractor
- Assessing the project from a construction and design perspective
- Post-construction and project hand-off (1)
Have you ever wondered why humidity is lower in the winter? Recall that humidity is a measure of water vapor that’s in the air. Continue reading
So you want to keep your house as warm as possible this winter, but you also aren’t looking to make any huge investments?
Check out these 8, proven ways to make your house as warm as possible, without breaking the bank. Continue reading
Having your furnace work efficiently is one of the best ways to save money on your home. One of the biggest factors to make this happen: changing out your air filters regularly! In a year, heating can cost hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars. Here we examine 7 ways to save in your home this year. Continue reading
Many people have resolutions about getting heathier. Whether or not that’s you, here are some tips to make sure your home is as healthy as possible in the new year.
1. Look at your indoor air quality
Did you know there are pollutants in your home that you can’t even see? It’s no wonder that air cleaning and purification is needed to make sure we have the highest quality indoor air.
While an air cleaner filters your air (such as your dust and dander), an air purifier works to sanitize the air in your home. Based on the size of the pollutants, we will also look at whether you need whole-house or partial-house options, and whether or not multi-stage cleaning will help your air quality improve. No house is the same, so it helps to have a professional take a look at your best and most effective options. Continue reading
7 out of 10 households have a pet of some kind in their home (1). Whether it be a dog or a cat, we know you want to keep your furry companions happy and healthy in your home.
You also want to be able to keep your family members just as happy and healthy as your pets! You want to be sure that the pets you have in your home aren’t negatively impacting the air quality within your home. That’s why we’ve compiled these 5 tips for you to follow to make sure the air is ideal for you, your family, and your pet. Continue reading
When you’ve maintained your furnace well, you’ve set yourself up to get the approval of a would-be buyer.
What’s more is that realtors will tell you that the absence of proof that you’ve been maintaining your furnace can reduce the value of your home.
In theory, if you upgrade your furnace, the value of your home also increases by the full amount of the upgrade cost. But in reality, purchasing a new furnace doesn’t always increase the amount someone will pay when it comes to buying your home. Realtors tell you, however, that is does contribute to your home’s level of attractiveness to buyers. Continue reading
As the temperatures drop, most of us are ready to spend less time outdoors and more time inside where it’s cozy and warm. Thanks to our furnaces, we’re able to do just that.
Here are 10 facts you might not know about furnaces, including where the name “furnace” comes from. Continue reading
A new baby means lots of baby-proofing choices to think about: baby gates for the stairs, safety locks on the cabinets, electric plugs for the outlets, moving dangerous items out of reach. What are some other ways you can make your home the most inviting, nurturing, healthy, and safe place as possible to raise your new bundle of joy?