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Comfort Evaluation

Comfort Evaluation *

A Stone Services Inc. comfort evaluation with one of our comfort evaluation consultants will allow us to meet with you at your home or business to discuss any concerns that you may have about your current heating or air conditioning system and its operation. Our comfort evaluation consultant will take you through a process that includes the following steps:

    1. Calculate proper equipment size as needed
    2. Discuss any and all current system problems
    3. Examine current system design
    4. Provide you the customer with solutions that fit your
      needs and budget
    5. Another thought or two for you to consider when upgrading your heating and air conditioning system and operation. Depending on the age of your home, adding insulation where needed will save energy and lower your heating and cooling bills.

      Have you considered using a light colored tiles or shingles when you are redoing your roof. By using lighter color you can reduce the amount of heat absorbed in the attic. This will make your cooling and heating bills less expensive.

      Install ceiling fans to help disperse heat and cooling better throughout your home. During the colder winter months, fans can spread out spread out the warm air from heating system faster, cutting down on expensive heating cost.

Comfort Evaluation Form

Please complete the form below to have a Stone Services, Inc. Comfort Evaluation Consultant contact you.

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