Thanks to you, we are finalists in the 2020 Rochester's Choice Awards!
Last year we were selected as a "Top 2" HVAC Company in all of Rochester, and this year we are going for the top spot - we need your help!
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We could not be more excited to sponsor the 20th Annual Van Hulbert Memorial. We love the opportunity to each year to invest in Crossroads House and are especially grateful for 20 years of such a wonderful event. Here is the official press release:
The 20th Annual Van Hulburt Memorial Golf Tournament to benefit the comfort care home Crossroads House and Masonic Charities will take place on Thursday, Aug. 20, at the Batavia Country Club.
It will be hosted by Hesperus Masonic Lodge #837, Bergen. The cost is $70 per person and includes: 18 holes of golf with cart, lunch, dinner, and prizes. Guests are welcome for a $25 fee.
The tournament is a four-person scramble. Sign in is at 11 a.m., lunch is at 11:30, and shotgun start is at noon. All teams must be paid by Aug. 14th to guarantee placement in this event.
For more information, contact: Marty Krause at (585) 730-2809; Ralph Marsocci at (585) 397-9313; or Cortney Gale at (585) 444-6764.
The tournament is sponsored by Triple-O of Bergen, NY.
Other sponsors include: Alexander Country Deli, Bergen C-Store, Ashley Capital, Bonduelle USA, Jerry Hulburt & Family, and Ralph & Rosie’s Deli & Pizzeria who have provided lunch all 20 years!
The tournament’s namesake, Van Hulburt, worked for 35 years at Byron-Bergen School as a teacher, counselor, and he coached golf for 25 years. He was a Past Master of Hesperus Lodge and a beloved member of the Masonic community.
On Friday, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo called Phase 4 a “hallmark.”
“There are no more phases,” he said. “We are all in the final phase of reopening. And that’s great.”
As of Monday, July 20, Phase 4 includes the opening of the following:
- Higher Education
- Pre-K to Grade 12 Schools
- Low-Risk Outdoor Arts & Entertainment
- Low-Risk Indoor Arts & Entertainment
- Media Production
- Professional Sports Competitions With No Fans
A full list of this phase and specifics for each are listed on the ny.gov webpage.
Despite the continued progress regarding re-openings in New York State, there still seems to be some growing concern over just how "safe" these opens are. In fact, some restrictions have gotten even tighter with the banning of alcohol to customers who do not buy food. $1 chips anyone?
As an HVAC company, we take our role very seriously in the re-opening of our country, specifically here in Western NY. Over the past few months, we have serviced Walden Galleria Mall, Destiny USA, and multiple malls in the Greater Rochester Area in preparation for phase 4. From updating air filters to installing virus-killing air purifiers, we've done our part in bringing peace of mind to eager shoppers.
We want to celebrate the business relationships that we've have built over the years and truly congratulate them on doing whatever it takes to keep our community safe. If your home or business is interested in a free indoor-air quality assessment or even a simple filter change, fill out the contact form below:
Air Filtration Mandate in NYS?
"New York malls will need high quality air systems that can filter out the coronavirus before they will be allowed to reopen." Gov. Andrew Cuomo said at a press briefing last week. What does this mean for Restaurants? Grocery stores? Homes?
While New York has not allowed malls to reopen in the state yet, Cuomo recommends all businesses and offices “explore the potential for their air conditioning air filtration system.”
Having served Western NY for almost two decades, we feel obligated to speak up for our current customers and those businesses who are concerned about re-opening. While clean air filters are certainly a step in the right direction, they don't completely eliminate chances of spreading air-born viruses alone. Below are our best recommendations to help your home or business re-engage:
1. i-Wave Air Purifier
Kills bacteria and viruses such as: E. Coli, Staph, MRSA, Tuberculosis and Airborne Viruses. This can be installed by one of our HVAC technicians on any furnace unit commercial or residential.
2. High Efficiency Air Filter
5" pleated air filter, filters air to 1 micron! We recommend equipment specific air-filters in order to keep your equipment running more efficiently.
3. Whole House Humidifier
Air-borne viruses do not do well in higher humidity.
4. Air Duct Cleaning
Removing trapped dirt, dander and debris will allow for better breathing, less strain on your equipment and peace of mind for your customers/family.
Above all, we want to make sure that our community is getting accurate information when it comes to the best treatment of your equipment. If you have any questions or are interested in any of these services, you can fill out the form below or contact us directly at 585-271-1280.
Are you worried every time you turn your AC on? Perhaps you are concerned with the ever-changing utility bill or an old AC system you inherited when you purchased your home. If you suspect your unit may be on the fritz, look for these signs to see when its time to REPAIR or REPLACE:
Give us a call at Triple-O if you have any questions about air conditioning coverage. 585-271-1280.
5 Signs Your Air Conditioner Needs to be Replaced
1. The air flow is poor.
We get this call way too often. Air is still moving through your home but it doesn't feel as strong as it once did. There are many reason this could be happening including issues with your AC’s compressor or vent blockages. If your unit is less than 5 years old, we would recommend calling in a repair. However, if you have an older unit, sometimes the cost of repair isn't worth the headache of keeping an outdated unit running.
2. Moisture and leaks around your unit.
While condensation around an air conditioner is normal, leakage can be the sign of a major problem. If you notice larger pools of water around your AC unit, it is time to call a technician right away. Leaking coolant can pose a health risk to your family/pets and excessive water leakage inside of the home can create damage and mold.
3. Thermostat not working properly.
"I'm calling for 68 degrees, but my upstairs is so hot." Best case scenario is that your AC unit isn't the problem, but your thermostat is. If other rooms seem to be getting proper air but certain areas are not, it may be worth having a professional check your thermostat. Smart thermostats, like NEST, often provide error messages if something is wrong and are usually able to help you isolate the issue.
4. Your AC unit is 10-15 years old.
The average AC unit lasts anywhere from 10 to 15 years. If you have a system older than that - well done! Well, kind of. Often older models focus less on energy efficiency unlike our newest models. Upgrading to a newer system can cut your utility bill up to 15%. If you have an older unit, routine maintenance is recommended (at the very least) so that you aren't caught in the middle of a heat wave without AC!
5. Your AC unit needs frequent repairs.
There is a difference between getting seasonal tune-ups and having to call in repairs every year. If you find yourself paying to have the same system repaired repeatedly, it might be time for a new unit. We are happy to provide repairs, but would rather see you in a situation that is best for you and your family.
While we would be honored to earn your business, we never want you to feel forced into buying a new unit before you need it. Likewise, we won't make an expensive repair if we think it is best for you to replace your unit. This Summer we are offering 0% financing with a FREE estimate.
We look forward to serving you soon! 585-271-1280.