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by • April 16, 2013 • HVAC & DehumidificationComments (3)1620

Texas HVAC Best Practice Videos

If you’ve followed my blog you probably know that I’m a major HVAC geek.  This is one of my favorite topics to blog about, so I put together a playlist of HVAC Best Practice videos.  The first one on the playlist I shot in the attic of a brand new house’s attic yesterday.  I got a bit crazy with the title… Hit play below, you’ll see.

  Best,
Matt Risinger

Risinger Homes is a custom builder and whole house remodeling contractor that specializes in Architect driven and fine craftsmanship work. We utilize an in-house carpentry staff and the latest building science research to build dramatically more efficient, healthy and durable homes.
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  • So Matt did you go into someone else’s new home just to tell them their house (and HVAC system) suck??? AWESOME!!! LOL

    • Ryan, Well…um…yeah…I..um…
      I didn’t call anyone out in particular, merely wanted to point out the fact that it’s crazy that we’re still building houses with ducts in the hot attic. That’s the same bad practice we’ve been doing here in Texas since the 1950’s! Can you image buying a new care with Engineering from even 20 years ago, let alone 60 years ago? This would be akin to going to the new car dealer’s lot and looking at a 2013 Lexus vs an 80’s Chrysler K car. Needless to say, we must update our Building Science with the homes we build today. Best, Matt

  • Paul Bear

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