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You can ask any business to supply evidence of general liability specialist insurance. Any business that is not happy to provide proof of general liability (GL) insurance coverage ought to be avoided. A minimum basic for GL insurance coverage is $1 million for property work and $2 million for light industrial.

There are other techniques for investigating air conditioning, heating and ventilation companies such as: call your regional Better Business Bereau (BBB), perform online searches and evaluations and ask the business in concern for referrals. However, all of these techniques fall brief of thorough openness. The BBB actually works for the business it represents as they are only ranked if the company in concern pays them a recurring fee. Online evaluation sites seldom show all the evaluations got, and post evaluations from sources that are not always trustworthy. This supplies a platform for companies to post their own reviews and people to hastily publish evaluations without the company in question's capability to professionally deal with the issue. In addition, no business would provide a negative referral; just those that are extremely favorable. None of these are ideal dynamics for customers seeking completely unbiased reviews and referrals. It is encouraged to utilize these approaches as an informed customer and think about the details source for exactly what it is worth.

One of the very best ways to discover a brand-new cooling, heating and ventilation specialist is through the "word-of-mouth" approach. If the company recommended was economical, professional and dependable for a pal or household member, there is a great chance that company will do the same for you. Excellent companies use the word-of-mouth method to continually provide a new customer stream by keeping their consumers happy.

Other traditional techniques for discovering a new air conditioning, heating and ventilation specialist consist of performing online searches, phonebook directory sites or online directories and other advertisement mediums. Remember that of these techniques are bought and spent for by the companies in question. None of these methods ought to function as a testimonial and ought to be used just as finding sources.

3rd party service providers such as Angie's list, Find Local and other online business are the latest platforms for sourcing and rating cooling, heating and aerating companies. Although these business do offer a service with some benefit, they are, in truth, adding cost to the consumer. Angie's List, along with some other online company directory sites, charge the client directly for their rankings and business' contact information. Other third-party websites provide consumers with cooling, heating and ventilation business and include the expense of being a middle-man to the organisation equation. Keep in mind that none of these are "complimentary" and that consumers ought to comprehend the expense and worth of utilizing entities like these.

Numerous price quotes are advise when working with an air conditioning and heating specialist. There are no market standards for prices A/C related product or service. Similar tasks can vary thousands of dollars from one business to the next. A minimum of three estimates is advised prior to the repair or replacement of any major air conditioning and or heating unit part and prior to the design and installation of brand-new systems.

A consultation can be of worth if the repair work or replacement is expensive. Not all specialists or companies are equal or reliable. Repairing air conditioning and heater is extremely intricate. It is not unusual for a repair service technician to be not able to isolate the problem or for an agent to recommend an unneeded purchases. Getting in touch with a completing air conditioning and heating company can conserve money and time and remorse.

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Air Conditioner Unit Question?
I Have Central Air. Air In Take In My Loft, Main Unit Out Side. Question Is, Recently Had The Unit Serviced Where They Cleaned And &Quot;Fully Charged&Quot; The System With R-22 Or Whatever They Use These Days. I Have A 1 Bedroom Apt W/ Loft And I Know The Ac Can Get It In The 60'S With No Problem. Right Now, 72* Seems To Be As Cold As The Unit Will Get It. It Was 86* Outside Which Shouldn'T Matter Too Much. My Question Is, I Took The Filter Out And The Condenser Coil (I Believe That'S What It'S Called) Is Bone Dry. To My Knowledge This Coil Should Be Wet. I Thought If I Run My Finger Across It, I Should Get Moisture On My Finger. Any Advice Is Helpful. Thanks.

Yup. Under *normal* circumstances, the evaporator coil will be at least damp, but depending on how humid outside conditions are, it *may* not be. If you live where the air is very dry to begin with, you won't see nearly the amount of moisture that you might in say, New england's summers. The problem I see is that your unit isn't getting below 72° however, so I have a feeling that the A/C contractor *may* have OVERcharged the unit. Too much refrigerant is just as bad (if not worse) than too little, and with what are called *cap tube* systems, the charge must be durn near exact! "Fully charging" a system is totally unnecessary if it hasn't had a leak. It's a closed system, so unless there IS a leak, you should never need a *topping off* (so to speak.). Two things, it's time to call them back in till they get it right (at their expense) and stop running you finger over the coils. If you go perpendicular to the fins, you can bend them reducing the efficiency of the unit, but even worse, if you go parallel with the fins, you're going to get a nasty cut. Those things are SHARP!! {wink}
Al

Is It Normal For A Child To Suddenly Have Two Nosebleeds In One Day?
My Son Is 10 And He'S Just Getting Over A Cold, And We Have Just Started Into Winter Here So The Air In Our House Is Probably A Bit Dry Due To The Furnace Being On, But I Am A Parent And A Worrier So I Have To Ask. This Morning Right After He Woke Up, He Started Getting A Nosebleed. It'S The First Time He'S Ever Had A Nosebleed. It Was Dripping Into The Bathroom Sink And Within About 30 Seconds Of Him Pinching His Nose, It Stopped. He Just Told Me It Started Again At School Mid-Morning, So About 3 Hours From The First One. He Said It Took A Few Minutes To Stop, But It Hasn'T Happened Since (About 5 Hours). I Know He Picks His Nose Sometimes, Although He Would Never Admit It! Of Course I Worry About Bleeding Disorders, Leukemia, Etc., But He Is A Big Boy (5 Feet Tall And About 110 Lbs) And Is Not Losing Any Weight. Other Than The Cold He'S Getting Over, He'S Healthy. Is It Normal To Suddenly Have Nosebleeds?

I don't normally have nosebleeds, but it seems that the rare times I do, they happen more than once before it's said and done. I don't have any serious health issues, so hopefully it's nothing. I'd say have it looked at to be sure. on the subject of the dry air, You can contact your heating and air conditioning contractor, and get an estimate for a whole house humidifier. it attaches to your existing furnace, taps into existing water lines, and will provide humidity control based on your preference (there are things to consider when you set the humidity level, your contractor should be able to explain it all) I'm an HVAC/R service tech. don't know you and I probably live nowhere near you, so you can be assured I'm not trying to sell you anything. Just wanted to let you know that that option is there.

What Kind Of Geothermal Installation Is Most Energy Efficient, And Can You Install It Yourself?
Some Geothermal Installations Involve Drilling A Well, Others Involve Laying The Anti-Freeze Filled Plastic Pipes In Ditches. Which Is The Better System? What Has Your Experience Been? Does Someone Sell A Kit For Installing The System Yourself?

Pascha, I can help you. Unfortunately the responses you've gotten so far reflect the lack of understanding about this type of geothermal.

Sorry in advance for the long response - but it will give you some of the answers you are looking for.

The type of geothermal you are asking about is sometimes referred to as geoexchange or ground source heat pumps. You made a smart decision looking into them. The EPA has called them the "most cost effective, energy efficient, environmentally friendly way" to condition our homes. They are five times more efficient than the highest efficiency gas or oil furnaces in heating and more than twice as efficient than traditional heat pumps in cooling. Plus, there is federal, state and county rebates that will help you pay for your system since it's considered a "renewable resource".

Companies like WaterFurnace are pioneering the use of these systems and you can see that investors are agreeing, the stock is one of the best performing stocks on the Toronto Stock Exchange (WFI).

Here’s a quick overview on how it works: Unlike traditional heat pumps that are hindered by wildly fluctuating outdoor temperatures, geothermal systems use the relatively constant heat just below the frost line (50-65 degrees) to provide year round comfort and amazing environmental benefits. To extract this stored heat, a series of polyethylene pipes are buried 5 ft below the surface. These pipes (called a “loop”) circulate water and an antifreeze mixture (ethanol – basically alcohol). During the winter, while traditional heat pumps are struggling to pull heat from zero degree air, the geothermal system is pulling from a reservoir of fifty degree heat. It compresses this heat to over 100 degrees Fahrenheit and distributes it throughout your home. During the summer, the process reverses and the system now pulls heat from your home and places it back into the cooler earth, completing the cycle. They simply move heat - not create it.

The loop type that is best for you depends on the amount of land you have. If you have a large yard, horizontal loops (trenches) are the cheapest solution. The downside to this is that you will have to re-landscape after installation. If you live in a neighborhood and have little yard space, vertical loops (wells) are about your only option. These loops are more expensive, but can be installed in as small an area as 10 square feet.

There are variations of each. An "open" loop uses wells to pull water from the ground but then dumps this water after it is done. This is the most efficient loop, but you'll generally need to upgrade your well pump and have somewhere to discharge all the water. A "horizontal bore" uses a radio controlled drilling rig that horizontally drills and leaves your yard intact. And there is a "pond" loop that is a good solution if you have a large body of water near the house.

Installing a geothermal system yourself is NOT a good idea. . There are Air Conditioning contractors that I wouldn't even recommend doing it. Always find a contractor who's been trained by the geothermal manufacturer and has plenty of installations under his belt. Ask for references from previous GEOTHERMAL customers.

And as far as payback goes, grizzbr1 is misinformed. Since a geothermal system can cut your utility bills as much as 70%, the money you save every month will allow you to recoup your costs in about 5-7 years.

If you have any more questions, look at the links I've provided at the end of this answer. There are some good resources out there.

What Is The Best Pool Heater For An All Seasons Above Ground In Fl?
I Need Help Understanding How To Go About Installing A Pool Heater, Which Is Most Recommended Propane, Natural Gas Or Electric For My 20+ Across Circular Above Ground In Florida. Does It Connect To The Intake/Outlet? Do You Have It Near The Pool? I Don'T Even Know Whom To Call To Assist In Such Things The Area Pool Stores Were Clueless And No Help.

Well it seems no one wants to answer so I'll give it a go. In FL the most efficient way to heat a pool is a pool heat pump (electric.) Natural gas if you have it piped to your home would be 2nd and propane the most expensive. All of them connect to your pump and filtration system after the filter. If the pool stores don't know who to recommend, try calling a reputable air conditioning contractor. If they don't sell and install them chances are they would know someone who does.

Edit: At 40 degrees outside there is still lots of heat left to capture in the outdoor air but the efficiency of the heater will diminish to a degree and the demand would be greatly increased. You would have to use a larger size heater to account for it. There are calculations that can be done to ensure you choose the right size for your needs.

Portable Heat Pump/Demudifier/Air-Conditioner?
Does Anyone Know About Portable Heat Pump/Demudifier/Air-Conditioner? Does This 3-In-1 System Function Effectively And Help Conserve Electricity? If It Does, Pls Do Recommend A Good Brand. Thank You!

Helen
Compressor driven air conditioners are in themselves, dehumidifiers as a process that is part of cooling the air. Portable air conditioner sites on the web are found here:

http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=%22port...

and as two words, air conditioner"
http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=%22port...

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