Conditioning your crawl space

 
Conditioning your crawl space is the best way to remove the dampness and flooding. It will also lower your heating and cooling bills by sealing and conditioning your crawl space. More importantly if you have return ductwork in your crawl space that leaky ductwork will pull in the musty crawl space air and circulate it throughout your house. By conditioning, sealing up with heavy mill plastic sheeting for floor and foaming/foam board the walls you will remove the musty smell and any water or mold.
 
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Foam and sealing ductwork in attic and crawl spaces

 
Foam and sealing ductwork in attic and crawl spaces is the most efficient way to get the most out of your ductwork. that sends. Your typical ductwork has on average 25% to 40% duct leakage.
In your attic or crawl space you loose 20%-30% of your heated or cooling airflow especially in attic or crawl spaces is lost by the time it reaches the conditioned room.
 
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Whole house water filtration system

 
Whole house water filtration system. Unit only needs a standard 110 volt outlet. Can be programmed to flush and reset filter element bed 1500 or every 2500 gallons of water used. You can also literally keep track of how much water you use in a day, week or month.
 
The filter cartridge is rated for approximately 12-13 years. You will have bottled water at every faucet. More importantly, when you shower or take a bath you will not have the chlorine/chloramine that city water has in it.
 
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This is an electronic anti-scale device. This is installed on water line coming off the water meter and will treat a majority of plumbing and fixtures in a residential home. How it works is it sends a modulated am radio signal thru piping, this prevents any scale from forming on faucets or hot water tanks, tankless units. Scale forms from either or both pressure/temperture difference (opening a faucet, hot faucet).
 

 

The importance of cleaning around your condenser


A minimum of 18" clearance around condenser of any shrubs, plants or flowers is required by the manufacturer for proper operation. Condenser has to work twice as hard to provide cooling.  Your service technician also has to access the condenser service ports, electrical panel. They will not be able to service that unit properly if access is restrictive or inhibited by shrubs, plants ect. VERY important if it does appear you have poison ivy, sumac, or poison oak around your condenser, your service technician will not be able to service your condenser. I have unfortunately experienced this myself.


Why Return Air Flow Is Important


When installing a new furnace or air conditioner it is very important that you have enough air flow returning back to the furnace. If return ductwork is undersized you will have poor airflow to the farthest rooms. Another sign of undersized ductwork is that you will hear a "banging" noise when blower shuts off on the furnace.

The customer had also complained of poor airflow to bedrooms and a banging noise coming from furnace. In this installation we had to install an upsized return drop ( to the right of the furnace).  After our modifications, Our customer noted more airflow immediately in 2 bedrooms.

Contact Us today to schedule a furnace inspection for your home or business.

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Areas We Service

Livonia, Westland, Dearborn Heights, Redford, Garden City, Plymouth, West Bloomfield, Bloomfield, Southfield, Bingham Farms, Beverly Hills, Birmingham, Royal Oak, Northville, Farmington Hills, Riverview, Trenton, Woodhaven, Southgate, Taylor, Novi, Huntington Woods, Berkley, Fferndale., Wayne and Metro Detroit

Products and Services

We install and service Furnaces, Boilers, A/C, Ductless, Hot Water Tankless and Hot Water Tanks, Humidifiers, Digital Thermostats, Foam / Sealing of Ductwork, Whole House Water Filtration

Brands We Carry

Ruud, Rheem, Carrier, White-Rodgers, Navien