trunk work – The trunk
work is sized specifically for the needs of your home. Long runs
are tapered in the appropriate places to maintain proper static
pressures, keeping your home comfortable throughout.
joints – Each joint in
the duct work is sealed with aluminum tape or duct sealant.
Preventing air leakage from the duct work maintains the system’s
efficiency and your comfort
work – We use cross
broken, 26 gauge galvanized steel sheet metal plenums, and legs are
installed on the return air drop for added support. This cuts down
on vibrations, keeping your system extremely quiet.
Disconnects – A safety
disconnect is installed on the side of the unit with a GFI outlet
that can be used by the homeowner and our technicians during
service. An additional disconnect is installed at the entrance to
drain system – A
condensate pump or drain are installed on every condensing furnace,
and connected to a footer drain or sanitary sewer. A trap is
installed to facilitate the flow of condensate, and plugs are placed
on both sides of the trap. This allows the drain to be easily
serviced, keeping it from getting plugged and spilling out in your