Cleaner ducts mean better air! The Total Source Removal cleaning process from Templin Heating & Cooling, LLC is perfect for any system. The truth about your duct system? What's living in your ducts is disgusting. The very system that provides the air you breathe is also host to various bugs and pollutants that may harm your health. Our team uses remove video inspection to show you the inside of your vents - both before and after we remove the contaminants!
Mold can be a silent killer in your home. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 60% of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) problems and allergies may be mold-related. Some IAQ diagnosticians and practitioners today say that the figure may be as high as 80%, but figuring out how to combat it can be tricky. After years of fighting mold in our customers' homes, Templin Heating & Cooling has found the most successful ways to handle system mold. Our product, the GPS-2400, is a carbon fiber brush, needlepoint, bi-polar ionization generator. This is cutting-edge technology that has been used to maintain some of the nation's cleanest environments. Templin Heating & Cooling is now able to offer it in your home.
It's something many customers don't consider, and yet it is the very reason many of them are unable to breathe comfortably in their own homes. If you're uncomfortable in your home, consider Templin Heating & Cooling to evaluate your air quality system. Our focus is to quickly and efficiently improve your ability to breathe, and we specialize in custom fabrication of sheet metal ductwork. No job is too big or small for Templin Heating & Cooling, and we can even create an entirely new system, if necessary, in less than 24 hours. Call us today to schedule air quality services.
You can save on your heating bill and increase the efficiency of your furnace and air conditioner by 20%. Heating and cooling losses from forced-air ducts can result in high energy costs, lead to thermal comfort problems, and, in some extreme situations, result in serious health and safety concerns. Reducing air leakage and conductive losses from ducts can be a straightforward way to reduce energy use and improve comfort in homes.