Conley Heating and Cooling has partnered with the Comfort Institute to provide a collection of highly informative videos about heating and cooling.
Some of the videos available are:
- How big of a air conditioning system should you install
- How to deal with hot spots in your home
- How to cool a hot attic
Watch the videos.
About Comfort Institute
Comfort Institute was founded in 1998 and providers homeowners with information about solving the most common heating and cooling problems, how to save energy, and more. They provide HVAC contractors and air quality professionals with technical training to improve their ability and installation quality.
We’ve had many people ask about what exactly indoor air quality testing is. This post is dedicated to demystifying indoor air quality testing and explain what our certifications mean.
What is Indoor Air Quality Testing?
Indoor air quality testing (IAQ) is where we test the air inside your home or business. We are looking for asbestos, lead, mold, and microbial contaminants. These dangerous items being in the air that you breathe can cause serious short-term or long-term health risks and should be eliminated as quickly as possible.
Are We Certified To Do Indoor Air Quality Testing?
Absolutely. Conley Sheet Metal has earned the CIE certification from the American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC). This certification means that we have met and exceeded their program requirements.
Conley Heating and Cooling is the only CIE certified Indoor Air Quality testers in the Waycross area, so you have the peace of mind to know that you’re working with the best when we come to test the quality of your air.
Lennox has a great tool for calculating how much you can save on your energy bills. It’s simple to use and helps you see just how much money you can save by increasing the SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating) rating on your heating and cooling system.
If you’re looking to save on your energy bills then you’ve come to the right place. Conley Heating & Cooling is dedicated to helping you save money, so we’re starting a new blog here that will contain tons of valuable information that will help you keep more of your money each month.
We’ll give you tips on how to improve the efficiency of your home, help you understand what SEER ratings mean, and much, much more.