The North American Technician Excellence is the largest, non profit organization which tests and certifies HVAC technicians have the knowledge and skills required in this industry. This third party certification offers HVAC consumers confidence in knowing these certified technicians are properly trained and proficient with the equipment they service
Energy Star is a voluntary Energy Efficiency program by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). It is now managed by the EPA and DOE (Department of Energy). It certifies various products which meet or exceed high energy efficient standards. These products are listed on their Energy Star Website. These rated products always carry the Energy Star Labeling, so look for Energy Star.
Carbon Monoxide is a colorless, tasteless, potentially toxic gas when found in high levels. Carbon Monoxide is naturally occurring and at low levels do not cause harm. At levels of 35ppm or greater, it becomes toxic. It can develop in homes from improperly operating HVAC equipment, cooking equipment, car exhaust, any equipment burning fuels. Poisoning from Carbon Monoxide is the most common cause of fatal gas poisoning globally.
HVAC Inspections are a benefit to Realtors when it comes to building a buyer’s confidence in home sales. There are many ways for these two industries to work together to develop, encourage and ensure potential buyers can rely on HVAC systems in homes they are considering.
The Reme-Halo air purification system is a new warrior in the fight against contaminants in your home. This device is a “Whole Home” purification system. It is installed right in your HVAC duct system, and kills bacteria and viruses in the air as well as on surfaces. It also combats allergens, smoke, odors and VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) in homes and businesses.
Uneven temperatures in your home can be very uncomfortable. They can also cause you to always be adjusting your thermostats. Evening out the temperature zone in your home can give you more comfort throughout. Many things can affect the temperatures in your home. Even if your thermostats are set to the same temperature, not every room is the same temperature.