Lorain Ave.

Aurora Rd.

Brecksville Rd.

Mayfield Rd.

Detroit Rd.

Center Ridge Rd.

Brookpark Rd.

Rockside Rd.

Sprague Rd.

Sound Ratings

Decibel (dB) Comparison Chart Common Sounds you Hear This decibel (dba) table compares some common sound levels and shows how they rank in potential harm to hearing. SOUND NOISE LEVEL (dBA) EFFECT Jet Engines (Close) 140  Very Loud Shotgun Firing 130  Very Loud Jet Takeoff (100-200 Ft.) 130  Very Loud Rock Concert (Varies) 110-140 Threshold…

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Investing In An Air Conditioner

Investing in an Air Conditioner When shopping for a new air conditioning system as the same with a gas furnace you want to purchase a system that’s going to save you the most money on your utility bills and provide you the best comfort. To Reach Proper Comfort You can reach maximum comfort with a…

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Investing In A Furnace

Investing in a Furnace The gas furnace is the main part of the HVAC system. Not only does it heat your home but it contains the blower system for heating and cooling your home. You want a furnace that is not only reliable but also will that will provide the best comfort and efficiency for…

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Gas Furnace Clean And Check

$59 Gas Furnace Clean and Check Clean Burners Perform a Carbon Monoxide Check Perform a Gas Analysis Check Perform a Static Pressure Test Check for Proper Air Flow Check all Electrical Connections Check for Gas Leaks Check Blower Motor for Proper Amperage Check Inducer Motor for Proper Amperage Check Duct Work for Air Leakage Check…

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Carbon Monoxide Facts

What is carbon monoxide (CO) and how is it produced? Carbon monoxide (CO) is a deadly, colorless, odorless, poisonous gas. It is produced by the incomplete burning of various fuels, including coal, wood, charcoal, oil, kerosene, propane, and natural gas. Products and equipment powered by internal combustion engine-powered equipment such as portable generators, cars, lawn…

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Air Sealing Your House

Air Sealing By trying to eliminate the amount of air that leaks in and out of your home is an energy-saving way to cut down on your heating and cooling costs and to get better comfort in your home, and to create a healthier indoor air environment. Adding caulk and weather stripping are two ways…

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Air Conditioning Clean And Check

$59 Air Conditioning Clean and Check Clean outdoor condenser coil Check Freon Level Check Capacitors Check Contactor Check Insulation on Freon Lines Check Indoor Cooling Coil Check Condenser Fan Motor for Proper Amperage Check Compressor for Proper Amperage Check for Proper Air Flow Check Electrical Connections both High and Low Voltage Check for Air Leakage…

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Why Good Furnaces Fail

The age of your furnace does not matter It is important to understand that no matter how old your furnace is even a couple of years old can become unsafe. Government energy guidelines have mandated HVAC manufacturers produce more efficient furnaces, one way they have achieved this is by making the metal of the heat…

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Why Buy A Humidifier

The Air Inside Your House Has Very Little Moisture and is Drier Than You Think… A Whole House Humidifier is the Solution! The best humidity level in your home is 45% and in most homes it is only 10%. Low Humidity Levels Causes Many Problems: Causes warping of doors, wood flooring and cracking of furniture…

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Selecting A Thermostat

There are several different thermostats on the market today and technology has really advanced the selection. Do you remember the old style Honeywell round thermostat that was a staple in most American homes back in the 60s and 70s, in fact there still are a few of them in homes today. Today there are digital…

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