Sometimes Video Is Just Quicker And Easier
Learn about Carbon Monoxide, Hot Attic Solutions, Problem Testing, Attic Renovations, Duct Opportunities and more by simply watching a short video!
Why We Test, Instead Of Guess
If you are a homeowner serious about investing in a new system, we don’t just swing by and play guesswork with your hard earned money. We will first perform a thorough inspection, measurement, and testing of your home and duct system, as described in this Comfort Institute video – a $300 value at no charge or obligation.
You benefit because your new system will be the right size, really save energy and improve comfort and indoor air quality. We benefit by having a happier customer, greatly reduced warranty issues, and more referral business. (13:35 minutes)Play Video
Duct System Problems And Opportunities
Bad ducts lower new equipment efficiency, and cause comfort, dust, allergy and high utility bill problems. Learn more about the problem, diagnostic testing, and how to improve an old duct system. (8:11 minutes)Launch Video
Hot Attic Solutions
Attic fans usually do more harm than good. Learn why, and what really does work to reduce heat gain from a hot summer attic. (4:29 minutes)Launch Video
You don’t have to endure these common problems. Learn about the Home & Duct Performance Test, a diagnostic service that will uncover the true causes of your indoor environment problems, and what you can do about them. (8:32 minutes)Launch Video
When It Comes To Air Conditioning, Bigger Is Not Better
Thinking of replacing you old heating and cooling system? Before you do, take advantage of a unique service that will make sure your new system really does save energy, keep your house comfortable and provide improved indoor air quality. (6:43 minutes)Launch Video
Learn the proper way to insulate your attic. Save money and energy, be more comfortable, and improve health by keeping contaminated insulation and dust out of your home. (4:38 minutes)Launch Video
The Silent Killer - Proper Co Detection Is Critical
Carbon monoxide is invisible odorless and poisonous and can be in any home. This is also known as CO, it is the most toxic chemical you come in contact with every day. (6:04 minutes)Launch Video