Whole House Performance
Our whole home solutions approach sets Executive Heating and Air apart from most heating and air conditioning contractors because we realize that the heating and air conditioning system includes more than just the mechanical unit. The comfort and efficiency level of your home is determined by the interaction between the mechanical system, air distribution system, insulation because the comfort, efficiency and indoor air quality are all dependent on how these systems work together.
Ask yourself, what could be the cause of discomfort in a bedroom? An uncomfortable bedroom might be a result of too much heat loss or heat gain due to missing insulation in the attic or exterior walls. It could be that a chase (framed cavity) in the attic that is adjacent to the bedroom is not capped and air sealed, so attic air now migrates into interior walls. A disconnected duct, duct leakage or an undersized duct could also be the culprit. These are just a few of the potential problems that could be undermining the comfort of this bedroom.
To achieve optimal comfort, the solution, more often than not, is a combination of efficiency strategies and rarely is just one solution. We also know that the solutions we apply not only address the comfort problems, but also improve energy efficiency and often indoor air quality. After we perform a "Whole House Evaluation" you’ll come away with a clearer understanding of why the whole home approach is the key to correctly diagnosing comfort, efficiency and indoor air quality problems in your home.
At Executive Heating and Air we don’t evaluate comfort and efficiency issues with blinders on or by guessing. Unfortunately for most home owners, the majority of heating and air conditioning companies do not adopt this whole home approach. Each subcontractor or trade offers only the solution they sell, regardless if it actually addresses the real problem. It is important to remember most heating and air conditioning salesmen are only making a living if they are selling something to you.
This fragmented and biased approach to solving comfort, efficiency and indoor air quality problems is ill-conceived. Our auditors routinely see misdiagnosis and ill-conceived solutions to home performance problems during audits. We have audited homes in which frustrated homeowners lamented that they spent thousands of dollars on a new heating and air conditioning system only to be left with the same comfort problems and high utility bills. If the root of the problem had been properly identified prior to the work commencing, the exasperation of these homeowners could have been avoided.
Executive Heating and Air specializes in diagnosing and fixing the most common problems that compromise comfort, indoor air quality and efficiency. We provide the comprehensive audits to evaluate problems and we base our recommendation on what a comprehensive audit reveals.
Executive Heating and Air has this outstanding program which offers a comprehensive, whole-house approach to improving energy efficiency and comfort at home, all while helping homeowners to save thousands of dollars. To participate in this you can call us to set up your evaluation at (405) 253-2029
Executive Heating and Air is a single source provider of all home performance contracting services. Our in-house crews provide the following services: audits, heating and air conditioning, insulation, indoor air quality solutions. This single vendor approach saves our customers time, money and they get the best possible results. Our customers deal with one company, one job coordinator and one company culture.
At the heart of quality home performance contracting is the culture and core values of a company. Is there the commitment to getting it right? We know most consumers don’t inspect our work after we complete it. At Executive Heating and Air we have an intense commitment to perform the best work in our industry to ensure that you get exactly what your paying for and that the results will be exactly as promised ensuring 100% complete customer satisfaction.
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Your checkup starts with an initial interview with a Comfort and Indoor Air Quality Consultant. Your input provides valuable information, such as whether any rooms feel clammy when the air conditioner is running, or if any parts of the house need to be dusted more often than others. We encourage all the adults in your home to participate in this initial consultation since everyone's perception of comfort and indoor air quality is unique.
The inspection begins with your heating and cooling equipment. Is it efficient, dependable and safe? Your consultant will visually inspect your equipment for any signs of deterioration, improper installation, or insufficient maintenance. He or she will let you know the average life span of your type of equipment. Your consultant will also evaluate your system's air filtration and purification efficiency, to determine if improvements would better clean your indoor air.
Even the best heating and cooling system will have trouble keeping you comfortable or will cost more to run if you don’t have enough insulation. Your consultant will visually inspect insulation levels throughout your home and determine if they meet currently recommended levels. More importantly, he or she will look for hidden defects, such as hollow wall cavities, that allow air and heat to bypass your insulation. Attic ventilation levels will also be checked.
Equipment size & Air Leakage Evaluation
80% of all equipment in homes is not sized or installed properly. To accurately size your system several things must be taken into account such as the size of rooms, ceiling height, orientation of the home ( North-South Etc ), number of windows and type of windows ( Single pane, double pane argon filled, low E ), location of the current system.
Not all air leaks are created equal. From an air quality standpoint, those around your windows and doors are good leaks, since they let in fresh outdoor air. Bad leaks let in dusty, moldy or polluted air from your attic, garage, or crawl space. Leaky air ducts often bring in dirty air, and cause your heating and cooling equipment to perform well below peak efficiency. Your consultant will pinpoint where your home’s worst air leaks are, and where improvements can be made.
Personalized Improvement Plan
Once the inspection and testing are complete, your consultant will explain the results, and give you a prioritized plan of recommended improvements. Many - such as adding insulation or weather-stripping - can be performed by homeowners as weekend projects. Other improvements may require professionals.