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Your home is more than mere bricks, boards and a mortgage. It's your refuge from the outside world. Your sanctuary. It's your destination at the end of the day. Your shelter. The place where you feel safe and at peace. The place where you can wear your shirt tail out and your curlers in. It's the place you're most comfortable.
So, when it comes to purchasing a heating appliance or any other comfort product, you want to make the right choice. One that makes you feel good. A choice you can be comfortable with.
Custom Vac realizes that the purchase of any piece of a home comfort system is an important decision. After all, it's one you'll have to live with for many years. So, we are providing you with this Web Site, a guide, a home comfort primer, if you will. That way, when it comes time to buy, you'll know more about what you want and the fact that Custom Vac Limited can provide you with service.
A company you can trust!
Let's face it, purchasing any piece of home heating and cooling equipment is not going to be an important decision. So, it's important to make sure you get value for what you're paying for. That's why since 1970 Custom Vac's customers have trusted them to supply, install and service their homes with quality Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR) products. They know that Custom Vac Limited means quality and trustworthiness.
At Custom Vac, we sell, install and service HVACR products to very high standards, which means you can rest assured that the home comfort products you purchase were built to top industry standards and guidelines. Further, we stand behind our products with some of the best warranties in the business.
Quality installations and service
Unlike, other products and appliances, such as a car, toaster or washing machine, buying and installing a piece of HVACR equipment is not just plug 'n' play. Quite a bit is involved. That's why choosing the right company to perform the work is every bit as important as choosing the equipment. In fact, even more so! When you purchase HVACR equipment you're making a substantial financial investment in your home and comfort. You are also establishing a relationship with the company you select.
Custom Vac measures up, providing you with prompt, courteous and professional service. When it comes to selling, installing and servicing your equipment, its important to have someone you can rely on, someone you can trust. Think of Custom Vac - "A Reputation For Keeping Promises"
When deciding on home heating equipment, price, comfort and quality are important issues to consider. And it's important to understand how each of these factors affects your long-term comfort. Another vital issue to consider is efficiency. Understanding the efficiencies of different products and how they affect your pocketbook can be extremely important in determining your satisfaction - now and in the future.
Here are just some questions that can be helpful in determining your comfort needs. Of course, these questions shouldn't replace a detailed survey of your homes physical characteristics by trained Custom Vac staff. Who know, some of your problems could be the cause of faulty ductwork, obstructed vents or returns. But these questions can help make you more aware of your own comfort requirements.
Comfort Check List
How many members are there in your household, and are there any infants or elderly persons?
Do you or any members of your family have allergies or respiratory difficulties?
Are there certain rooms or areas of your home that are too hot or too cold during certain times of the year?
Does your home have a problem with too much or too little humidity?
Do you have children running into and out of your home during the day?
What temperature would you like to maintain in your home in the winter? The summer?
Is saving money on energy bills important to you?
Do you find that your current system blows too hard in one room and not hard enough in another?
Is your HVACR system too noisy?
How old is your current system?
How long do you plan to live in your home?
Do you have plans to renovate or add on to your home?