Current Tempuratures are Costing Building Owners Money: Keep the Heat In this Winter with Air Masters’ Money-Saving HVAC Measures

This winter is sure to wreak havoc on HVAC equipment, and it's not over yet. Air Masters has the experience and expertise to protect a building's systems throughout the bitter, snowy, and long winter season.

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Reduce energy consumption and put more money back in your pocket.

St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) February 25, 2014

There’s no denying it! Winter is in full force and with that the season’s dreaded heating bills are attacking as well. This year’s winter weather is striking with vengeance so prepare your buildings and pay the least for your heat.    

Extensive heating expenses are often a result of lack of proper preparedness for wintertime. While Air Masters contractors create energy efficient HVAC systems, their maintenance of that equipment throughout the year is what saves their customers money on operating costs.

Poorly sealed ductwork is a big reason building owners are seeing inflated heating costs this season. Supply air ductwork can leak conditioned air out and return air ductwork can leak unconditioned air in. Ductwork is responsible for channeling air to places of the building where the conditioned air is needed. Ensuring there are no leaks where heat can escape is the key to conserving energy and lowering heating bills.

If ductwork is not properly sealed at its joints and intersections using foil-backed tape or specialized duct sealer, warm air can be lost and cool air can be drawn in. Air Masters has already helped many customers seal leaky ductwork and prevent added energy costs during this frigid winter.

Air Masters tests ductwork for leakage with a calibrated leak testing machine to determine the integrity of a ductwork system. To ready its customers’ buildings for the winter sealing ductwork is just one money-saving technique that Air Masters has concentrated on for this winter season. There are other additional types of necessary maintenance that should be done to reduce energy consumption and put more money back in your pocket.

For more information about Air Masters or to get the full white paper visit http://www.airmasters.com/splash.com or call Lisa Abney with Air Masters at 636.680.2100.

About Air Masters:

Air Masters is a full service team of engineers, project managers, highly skilled workers, and support staff who bring experience, knowledge, and talents to commercial projects. Air Masters’ services are a family of companies that will serve your project needs.

Whole building commissioning is their mentality and includes building automation control systems, plumbing services, fire protection installations, and a wide range of HVAC services. Air Masters takes your project from inception to completion and beyond with pride and sincere passion for customer satisfaction.

Media Contact:
Lisa Abney, Commercial Account Representative
lisaa(at)airmasters.com
Air Masters Corporation
636.680.2100
http://www.airmasters.com


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