E & W Heating & Air Conditioning Inc

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Ah, the cold! This post might be a bit on the geeky side. Sorry. We must document extraordinary comfort and efficiency! We rarely get to visit our previous design/build projects in this kind of weather. On this day, we were installing the final radiator. A quick push of the button on the Vitodens 200 boiler control tells us that it is -2 deg F outside and our boiler temperature is 138 deg F. Very, very nice. We designed the system for 140 deg F average water temperature (AWT) at design conditions. We chose -17 deg F for our outdoor design condition. And 70 deg F as our indoor setpoint. By the time the boiler water is blended with the system water via our Low Loss Header (LLH), the outgoing water to the European panel radiators is around 126 deg F. The returning water temperature is around 113 deg F. A 13 deg F temperature difference which makes our estimated AWT to be around 120 deg F. Very, very nice indeed. This system will outperform our initial design parameters, for sure. The house is perfectly silent and warm, with a thermostat (non electric) on every radiator and a “smart” circulator varying the flow rate and electrical usage to make the system ultra-efficient. The best thing of course is having happy clients who want to promote this kind of comfort and efficiency! Note, the last iRman picture shows the system running in domestic hot water (DHW) mode. The boiler ramps up it's temperature and makes an efficient tank full hot water for the plumbing system while shutting down the heating system for a few minutes. The tank that holds this plumbing water is like a super insulated thermos bottle and loses maybe 0.25 deg F of water temperature per hour while waiting for someone to use the plumbing system. Efficiency for the plumbing side, too!

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Are you going batty? We hope not! Some people love bats. Some people are fearful. Maybe we are afraid of the unknown? We definitely shouldn’t fear our heating and cooling systems. But sadly, there are a lot of HVAC systems that have mysteries within them. To be clear, if you have a ducted heating and/or cooling system, you do not know who or what is within your home at any given moment. It is probably the only space directly connected to your living area that you cannot simply open up and peek into. If you own a ductwork system that makes use of joist spaces and walls as return air ductwork, you might have the opportunity to meet some friendly neighbors of the animal kingdom. We found this little bat, looking like a prisoner in a forced air system jail! He died there, many months before, looking out into a nice basement. If he would have died in the ductwork, rather than in a supply air damper, the homeowner might have smelled him. But his case was unusual. He died with the air of the system pushing past him, into the basement. The smell was not enough to alert the homeowners upstairs. We are now wondering if this particular system is a bat cave of the ultra-modern type. Maybe these bats are different or evolved and need the comfort of a modern forced air heating/cooling system? Bottom line: Keep your ductwork clean if you can. Seal your ductwork, always. Your ductwork should be composed only of metal (even the return air ductwork) and it should be sealed at the joints and along the seams and hopefully (we are dreaming here) it will be sealed as tight as a plumbing system. Or a radiant floor heating system. While we realize that forced air ductwork cannot be sealed as tight as piping, it is something to strive for. We don’t sell duct cleaning. And duct sealing can be done by anyone. We would only design and install full metal forced air systems, if we made our primary living selling those for new homes. Make sure you meet with your forced air heating contractor before building that new home, to make sure you aren’t inviting the unknown into your life. With today’s modern technology, a ductwork system should have cameras and other devices embedded within them, so we can keep an eye on the part of our home that we cannot peek into. Or we should just install radiant floors, walls, ceilings and radiators. And ductless cooling. Healthy HVAC! Energy saving HVAC! We do sell that! 90% or more of our business deals with Healthy HVAC.

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Sunrise. Clean and Warm.

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A special thanks to E&W Heating in Middleton, WI for having a great discussion regarding the Viessmann 300 Series boilers. This may be the most thoughtful, most application expansive, easy to install boiler ever introduced. Pure awesome!