Kent Heating and Air Conditioning

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Kent Heating and Air Conditioning
Kent Heating and Air Conditioning offers Furnace Repair services in Valparaiso IN.

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Kent Heating and Air Conditioning has an overall ZapScore of 87. This means that Kent Heating and Air Conditioning has a higher ZapScore than 87% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Valparaiso, Indiana is 40 and in the Furnace Repair category is 66. Learn more about ZapScore.

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New on our blog: 3 Symptoms of a Malfunctioning Furnace... fb.me/KZqDACC2

New on our blog: 3 Symptoms of a Malfunctioning Furnace http://kentheatingandair.blogspot.com/2017/11/3-symptoms-of-malfunctioning-furnace.html
There is never a convenient time for your furnace to fail. However, preventing a future breakdown is feasible if you know what signs to loo...


Watch this video to see how in-floor radiant heat is installed. It's a great way to keep warm during colder months! fb.me/HE45bMBN

Watch this video to see how in-floor radiant heat is installed. It's a great way to keep warm during colder months!


Have you ever wondered what goes into installing in-floor radiant heat? If so, today is your day! Below are... fb.me/1lhLigFTG

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Have you ever wondered what goes into installing in-floor radiant heat? If so, today is your day! Below are pictures and descriptions of in-floor radiant heat that we recently installed. We will also be posting a video shortly that shows in-floor radiant heat being installed. The first picture shows how a dirt foundation is prepared for in-floor radiant heat. First, we install the shiny radiant insulation barrier over the dirt foundation. This prevents heat from traveling into the earth instead of up into the heated office space above. You will notice we run it up the sides also to prevent heat from escaping through the sides of the concrete foundation. Without this edge insulation the cold would penetrate the concrete about 6' into the building! This is why folks with concrete slab homes can feel uncomfortable in cold weather. A person can always add edge insulation. Next, 6" steel mesh reinforcement material is laid down so we have something to tie our radiant tubing material to so it doesn't "float" up when we add concrete. The 6" mesh makes it much easier to space the tubing to 12" on center, and in some cases, 6" on center. One can notice the pink lines sprayed on the radiant barrier. This is the location of the stud walls, and also marks where we avoid laying tubing since a nail/fastener holding the wall to the floor won't penetrate the tubing and cause a leak. That is why you see the layout like you do, and tubing entering or exciting a room does so through a doorway only, if possible. Finally, concrete will be poured 4" deep over the entire floor. All of the tubing will come up into the mechanical room and connected to a Lennox 96% AFUE modulating hot water boiler. The tubing will be filled with water mixed with an anti-freeze glycol solution. That way should we lose power for days on end, the liquid won't freeze. Otherwise, the tubing would rupture with multiple, irreparable leaks. Additionally, the glycol solution contains lubricants that can extend the lifecycle of the pumps that circulate the solution through the tubing.


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"There is a very inexpensive way to get much better performance and efficiency out of your heating and cooling system." Learn why duct work and maintenance can improve your home: http://www.hgtv.com/remodel/mechanical-systems/save-with-duct-work-and-maintenance
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