Comfort Tip – High Velocity Ducted System

There are several homes out there in which running ductwork just may not be practical. Every year we see several of these types of homes with limited or no space at all for our ductwork, yet the builder, homeowner or architect expects us to perform a miracle and just keep that nasty looking metal ductwork out of sight and out of mind. I have …

Energy Tip – How “Cool” is Your Ductwork?

It is not “Cool” to have leaky ductwork in a home or office; however the ductwork is often an overlooked item even though it is a key component to your comfort system. Leaky ductwork in a heating and cooling system can waste hundreds of dollars every year and also cause a home or building to be uncomfortable. Your air distribution system is made up of two …

High Velocity Video

In this video we are installing a High Velocity Duct System. This type of duct system will take up less space than conventional ductwork and is a great option for remodeling and open floor plans.

Tip Of The Month – Air Filtration

Typically, during the winter months, we spend a lot more time indoors than we do outdoors. This is also when people tend to be sick more often, maybe it is the lack of sunlight or maybe it is the air within our homes. Who knows for sure, but we do know that the air inside our homes can be 5-Times more harmful to …

Multi-Zone Mini-Split

In this video we are installing two outdoor units that are controlling five individual areas within a home. The outdoor equipment used is the Fujitsu mini split heat pumps with the indoor units being a combination of ducted and wall mounted units.

Energy Tip – Are Your Pigeon’s Warm On Your Roof?

Earlier this week we had a nice brisk morning and I was running a little early to my 8am sales call. I decided to drive around the neighborhood I was in to check out some of the homes roofs near my appointment. Why in the world would I want to look at a roof at 7:30am? Well, believe it or not you can tell a lot about the insulation …

Energy and Safety Tip – Have Your Furnace Cleaned Annually

Did you know that your furnace and air conditioner accounts for up to 60% of your home’s utility bills? Did you also know that if you equipment is dirty or slightly running a little rough it could be costing you additional money each month? Each heating season you need to have your furnace professionally cleaned by a licensed service company. There …

Energy Tip-No To Plastic/Solar Water Heaters

So where in the world did October go? Well for me October was filled with lots of running around trying to get caught up or not get any further behind, one work trip to Lubbock, TX and then a nice week long vacation with my lovely bride to Maui. I could go on and on about how beautiful Maui was, from …

Energy Tip – Insulate Your Water Heater

I was sitting in the kitchen this morning when my 8yr old came strolling in with a big blanket wrapped around her (I remember those days when I would eat breakfast with a warm blanket around me). For some reason this got me thinking of water heaters on my way into work. I am a big believer in the tankless or hybrid water …

Energy Tip – Lighting The Natural Way

In the past I have written about using CFL or LED lighting for your home. Well there is another solution to lighting your home and guess what, its free! Before the widespread use of electric lighting architecs and builders constructed buildings to take advantage of natural light. Well this way of thinking and building has gone by the wayside and …