If you are building a new home or renovating
an old one. The best time to make any changes is then. We here at G&S
Mechanical Services can improve and optimize your new or existing heating
and cooling system.
Whether it is a hot air oil or gas
furnace, heat pump, hot water, radiant (hydronic) system, or steam. We
can ad accessories like humidifier, electronic air cleaner, air filters,
outdoor air, programmable electronic thermostats, system monitors, ultra
quiet systems and Groundsource
heat pumps. We can make sure your system is the best that it can be and
uses the least amount of fuel to get the most done.
If you are a new home builder, buyer
or a real estate agent. Please give us a call.
Scott Meenen N3SJH.
We service and repair the following brands:
American Standard, Amana, Arco, Arco-Air, Bryant, Carrier, Coleman
Evcon, Comfortmaker, Day/Night/Payne, Dunham-Bush, Fedders, Fredrich, Goodman,
General Electric, Heil, Intertherm, Janitrol, Lennox (Armstrong, Johnson
Air-Ease), Miller, Modine, Nordyne, Rheem/Ruud, Stewart Warner, Trane,
Williams, White-Westinghouse, Whirlpool, Weil Mclain, York, (Frasier Johnson/Borg
Warner). and others.
Blower: usually a squirrel cage centrifugal air moving device. Will move
large volumes of air relatively quiet. Will use less energy with more back
Fan: a paddle type air moving device used where noise is not a major consideration.
Will use more energy with more back pressure.
Combustion blower: A blower used on high efficiency furnaces or oil burners
to move combustion air. usually 1/20 to 1/6 horsepower.
OEM: Original equipment manufacturer.
Horsepower: 746 watts
KW Kilowatt (1000 watts) or 3400 BTUs per hour
RPM: revolutions per minute.
Service factor: the extent to which a motor can be safely overloaded beyond
its name plate ratting without over heating.
Air over horsepower: The rating of a motor assuming air flow through the
windings usually as a result of the air moving device.
SAE: Society of Automotive Engineers.
Ton 12,000 BTUs per hour of heating or cooling
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Good Luck Scott
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water leaking problems with your air conditioner
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Any other questions feel free to contact us by
any of the means below. good luck Scott.
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Written By: Scott Meenen
N3SJH of: G&S MECHANICAL SERVICES. Specializing in Mechanical, Controls
and Electrical Modifications Of
Heating, Air-conditioning, Refrigeration,
Ice Production and Food preservation.
Anything having to do with Heat and Energy.
Serving MD, DC, and Northern
VA. Contact us by pager: 1-877-467-2914 Email us at:email@example.com