Vol. 4: Issue #8: Letter #62 (Previous newsletters
available in archives
on web site)
Not Where You Live, But How You Live…
you live is usually a matter of economics. What
kind of work you do, how much money you make, what you are willing
(and can afford) to spend, all help to determine “where”
you live is much more complicated. The knowledge
and the ability to recognize the significance of information about
the choices available, far outweigh monetary considerations when
determining “how” you live.
is this more obvious than inside your home.
How many hours have you spent dreaming and designing the perfect
kitchen, selecting the carpet and decorating…even the landscaping
details down to the last bush and shrub?
how much thought have you devoted to achieving
ideal indoor living conditions that affect not only the enjoyment
of your home but the health, comfort, convenience and well being
of your family? Well, if the truth be told (and if you’re
average) not much! In fact, few people even
have any idea of (1) what is available or (2) how to go about selecting
is especially ironic inasmuch as the heating
& cooling system you have in your house is one of the most important
investments you’ll ever make in your home. Not only initially
but as most people spend 46 cents of every dollar on utility bills,
year after year after year.
as ironic is the fact that the cost between
the best systems available and the least expensive is only a few
hundred dollars and when spread out over the life of the system,
only amounts to pennies per day.
Oh sure, most
people are aware that in their homes, they no
longer have to suffer the brutal cold of winter or the searing heat
of summer, but willingly (?) or unknowingly (?) put up with such
discomforts and inconveniences as rooms that are too hot or too
cold…air that is polluted and unhealthy…is drier than
the Sahara desert or has mildew and mold that abounds with bacteria.
fail to realize that the HVAC system in their
home is not just a furnace or air conditioner but is actually their
indoor environment system. That in addition to being warm or cold
the quality of the air they breathe
directly affects the health,
comfort and well being of everyone in the house.
Once we realize that the 26,000
breaths we take each day (approximately 14,000
liters or 150 full bathtubs) contains millions of particles of dust,
pollen, mildew, animal dander, lint, fungus, smoke and bacteria
to name just a few, that the total environment inside our home (not
just heating and cooling) is vitally important, whether cognizant
of it or not.
we can explain how to achieve “Total Indoor
Comfort”, it’s important to understand the system that
makes it possible. The system must be able to do these 6 things:
Add temperature to the air
when and where needed.
|Remove temperature from the air when and
|Add moisture to the air when and where needed.
|Remove moisture from the air when and where
|Remove impurities/pollutants from the air.
|Automatically control temperatures to suit
A Total Comfort System usually consists
|Air cleaning and purifying system.
and Options of the components of a Climatemakers
Customized Comfort Control System, are far too many (i.e., equipment
applications and efficiencies) to review in one session. Subsequent
newsletters will review them more in detail.
can also view a Climatemakers Total Comfort System
click here" or you can have a FREE, private consultation
in your own home by making a sales appointment either by our website
or by calling HOT-COLD ( 468-2653). .
You still have 36 days left to take advantage of our specially
discounted 30 point Seasonal “Tune-up/Check up” of your
air conditioner for summer. You can order it by calling 757-468-5800
or if you make your reservation on-line <www.climatemakers.com
> , be sure and click on
that 5th button to get the extra 5% discount.
You will be joining hundreds of others who every year, make
Climatemakers their contractor of choice.
Merry Sherman, President
Phone #: 757-468-5800
Fax #: 757-468-5805
Web site: http://www.climatemakers.com
"Your family's indoor comfort
is our family's business"
Remember, if you have any questions about the HVAC system in your
house; how we can be of better service to you, or about our web
site, please email them to me. I’d like to hear from you.
I would especially invite you to visit our newest page on the website
"51 Reasons To Expect More From Your HVAC Company."
of our entire website has recently been completed.
The new website still retains some of the features of the old one
but every one of the 150+ pages have had some changes and all of
them are much easier to navigate plus new pages are constantly being
are new features too…all of them designed
to (1) save you money and (2) improve the indoor comfort of your
home. Two things remain unchanged. The website address: http://www.climatemakers.com
, and our desire to provide you with the finest quality service
and support at the most affordable prices possible.
Why not take a moment to see for yourself?
And while you’re there, get
a FREE gift when you evaluate our renovated
site, by filling out the “Report
Card”. You’ll really “Make
Our Day”! You can also view in detail, any subjects described
in the newsletter as well as other ways to save money and increase
your indoor comfort.
You can also view in detail, any subjects
described in the newsletter as well as other ways to increase your
indoor comfort and save money.
Thermostat. Automatically regulates the heating/cooling
in your house to suit your lifestyle. http://www.climatemakers.com/tstat.htm
Air Cleaner. Removes dirt, dust and pollen to
improve your health. http://www.climatemakers.com/indoor_air.htm
Adds moisture to the air in the winter. http://www.climatemakers.com/humidifier.htm
System. Saves even more energy as it increases
or decreases the heating/cooling in those rooms where and when it
is not needed. http://www.climatemakers.com/zone.htm
To see our whole web site at a glance, click http://climatemakers.com/siteindex_long.htm