A Breeze Duct Testing 760- 694- 5703

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    A Breeze Duct Testing says (Jul 8, 2016):

    Duct testing is a great way to save money. All Air Conditioning ductwork leaks. By testing your home's ductwork, you will find leaks in some rooms that prevents the room from cooling off in the summer time or feeling warm in the winter. When a return air duct leaks, it draws in hot attic air filled with dust. This prevents the unit from cooling down the home. The unit runs all day and doesn't bring down the indoor temperature.

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    A Breeze Duct Testing says (Jul 8, 2016):

    Tips 1.Make sure your walls and attic are well insulated. ... 2.Upgrade or replace windows. ... 3.Plant shade trees and shrubs around your house. ... 4.Replace an older furnace with a high-efficiency system. ... 5.Improve the efficiency of your hot water system. ... 6.Replace incandescent lightbulbs with compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs).

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    A Breeze Duct Testing says (Jul 21, 2016):

    When you use air conditioning, a ceiling fan will allow you to raise the thermostat setting about 4°F with no reduction in comfort. ... Turn off ceiling fans when you leave the room.

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    A Breeze Duct Testing says (Jul 26, 2016):

    Studies have shown that duct leakage in the typical existing home is about 30 percent. That means that 30% of the cost of heating or cooling your home is potentially wasted by heating/cooling the outside air. As a result, an abundance of electricity is needlessly consumed in our homes and buildings.

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