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Financing Home Improvements (HVAC)

Hello, it's David-Is it time for a home improvement loan?

Here is the link to AMS financial Services in South Carolina.



As a contractor, I am frequently in homes that need a new furnace or in a home that recently had one installed.  Why do some people buy a new heating/cooling system every ten years and others wait until there old ones is 20, 30 years old...or DEAD?

The answer for some is making a big investment in your home always pays off when you want to sell quickly!  Others make changes because it makes sense to be energy efficient and energy wise.

Rate your heating system from 1-10

Will my home stay warm all winter is a great question!
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Creating a dry storage environment

Hello,

Is your basement damp? Would you like to store boxes in your basement, but you know the paper will become damp and eventually mildew?
Would you like to store dry goods on your basement shelves, but your concerned they will spoil.
Dave's Solution
You can either build or buy one of these WAVE units. We call my version "Dave's Wave Unit". It's really nothing fancy but it will make your basement dry and it does it automatically!


As most of you are probably aware, the biggest enemy in our homes is cold, damp air, which rust out metal and can lead to mildew and mold.

Do you need a furnace check up?

You may have wondered if you need to have your furnace checked   for wear and tear and for possible issues.   You might be concerned that your local heating and air company  is just "milking you".  Being on a regular maintenance plan is highly recommended and gives you peace of mind. If you have an older furnace, it's critical to get a carbon monoxide test yearly. Most furnaces have a ten year warranty, so as unit ages, they can develop stress cracks inside the primary or secondary heat exchanger.

STATE OF OHIO HVAC LICENSING

Are you preparing for the state of Ohio HVAC Test?

I recently took a course online through Exam Prep to prepare me for the test.  I would have gone another route if I had to do this again.  Although the exam simulates the test, the actual test is a lot more like being on the job than being in a classroom.

I think the actual test was written to test contractors on their field knowledge and experience.  The pretest that I took over and over spent a lot of time going over topics like how many float days between jobs, calculating velocities in air ducts and distances between gas, exhaust and HVAC equipment and structures.
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