Posts tagged #Excellence

Profile in Excellence - Calnan Energy

Rob is a long time CanCoverIt Pro and is known in the greater Boston, MA area as delivering the best results. He’s been in business since 1980, over 30 years, delivering quality results to all his customers, his reviews are a treat to behold and highlight why he is a Profile in Excellence.

“Before I was building boxes. Then I found CanCoverIt, and all of a sudden my total cost to cover fixtures dropped like a rock. I got a better result without adding cost, actually save myself money in labor, and it is just plain easier to do. Now I’m able to cover all cans. Makes my life so easy and delivers a better result than doing custom boxes.”

Posted on April 19, 2018 .

Profile In Excellence - Environix

No one likes mold and toxic chemicals in their home! Yet often securing total home safety can seem difficult, expensive and time-consuming. Unless you call Environix that is, they can fix up any indoor air quality issue for good! For over 14 years, Environix has been helping any home become safe, efficient and comfortable.

“We do indoor environmental testing clean up.” Says James Mallory, president of Environix, “I tell people basically anything unpleasant inside of a home or building we're going to figure out if it's there what caused it how do we clean it up and how do we make sure it never comes back again. We have no interest in just addressing the superficial symptoms of an issue in we really want to get to the source of it and permanently eliminate the cause of the issue.”

Posted on April 16, 2018 .

Home Upgrade Case Study With CanCoverIt

As a case study Comfort Advisors Energy Upgrades (CAEU) completed an upgrade on a 1300 square foot Costa Mesa home, that has a crawlspace, which was built in 1961.  The home had the original furnace in a closet, asbestos ducts and a small amount of insulation in the attic that had a lot of rat feces in it.

Our first measure was to have the asbestos ducts removed by AQHI, a company that is licensed to remove, transport and dispose of hazardous material.  

Then we removed the insulation, vacuumed and sanitized the attic.  After cleaning the attic, our HVAC crew came in and installed a new Bryant furnace with a manual fan, R6 Mylar flexible ducts and a NEST Learning Thermostat.  A deck was created in the attic to access the furnace and we also built a catwalk beyond the furnace, so that the homeowner could maintain a radio antenna that is mounted in the attic…

Posted on October 5, 2017 .