Melted popsicles, sweaty brows, and miserable pets are just a few consequences of an improperly maintained HVAC system, but the professionals at Standard Eco can proactively prevent these issues with ease. They specialize in a variety of services that range from basic tune-ups for heating and air-conditioning systems to coil cleaning, duct cleaning, and green-fiber insulation. They can also install all manner of systems, working directly with customers to design efficient systems with professional installation.
Magic Touch Mechanical's CEO Rich Morgan holds his employees to the company's lofty motto: "We do it better than it has to be." The company "builds" its craftsmen to reach this level via intensive and ongoing training with ACCA, the Heat Pump Council, Blue Energy Institute, and a multitude of other courses offered by local utilities. This heavy investment in its employees has made them some of Magic Touch's biggest fans, and they nominated the company for "Best Contractor to Work For in the USA" in the HVAC trade publication, ACHR The NEWS.
All that training certainly comes in handy in Magic Touch's line of work, which encompasses everything from residential duct cleaning and energy audits to commercial contracts for installing HVAC systems, heat pumps, and evaporative coolers. But no matter the size of the job, Magic Touch's technicians strive to do everything better than necessary, whether it's double-checking the final measurements of their 66-point A/C tune-up or dramatically exiting a home via chandelier.
Eco Rehab, LLC specializes in finding and fixing causes of high energy bills, hot or cold rooms, and poor airflow, while simultaneously reducing buildings' carbon footprints. Energy auditors thoroughly scan walls, attics, and windows with infrared equipment, zeroing in on leaky doors and cracks to block off with sealant, window sunshades, and insulation.
Erus Builders LLC is all about energy efficiency. The company's experts travel to homes and search for various sources of energy loss, such as air leaks or water heaters that sneak out at night. After making their diagnosis, they can install various solutions, such as insulation, solar electric systems, and solar water heaters. Their work can have a financial benefit, potentially lowering utility bills as well as qualifying homeowners for tax credits. All audits are performed by independent BPI (Building Performance Institute) certified auditors.