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Welcome to Sinclaire Enterprises
Sinclaire Enterprises has been providing Home Comfort solutions to our customers since 1948. Still family-owned and operated, our efforts to provide superior services today, are guided by the same traditional values, such as honesty and integrity, that have been our guiding light for over 60 years.
Our company is comprised of three major divisions: HVAC, Fuels & Energy, and Specialty Cleaning.
•Our HVAC division specializes in the design, installation, and maintenance of heating and air conditioning systems for both, residential and commercial customers.
•Our Fuel & Energy division provides our customers with home heating oil and premium diesel fuel, along with a variety of options, such as automatic delivery, fleet fueling, budget payments, and bulk drops.
•Our Specialty Cleaning division is staffed with a team of experts in the fields of indoor air quality, air duct cleaning, mold remediation, crime and trauma scene decontamination, disinfecting and antimicrobial services, and dryer vent cleaning.
Each division is actively engaged with the latest technologies their specific industries have to offer. State-of-the-art technologies such as geothermal energy, biodiesel, and dry-ice blasting.
Latest News from Sinclaire Enterprises
What Are Your Lungs Telling You About Your Home?
Air is to breathing like … well … lungs are to your home. You might not want to use that comparison on your next science test. Still, it gives us a chance to make a point: when indoor air quality affects a person’s home, the lungs might be the first to know. That’s because there’s a real connection between indoor air quality and respiratory health, including lung diseases like asthma.
Are you concerned that indoor air is causing problems in your home? The first question you’ll want to address is “when” you (or someone in your family) feel health symptoms that could be caused by poor indoor air quality. Do these health symptoms improve when you leave your home? Do they return when you come back inside? If so, you’re on your way to investigating an indoor air pollution problem.
The American Lung Association offers a checklist of questions to ask as you evaluate your environment, starting with the following potential sources:
Here Is a Method that Is Helping Homeowners Save More Energy with Better Comfort
A lot of times we think that life has us running in circles. But the truer view is that life runs in cycles. For example, each season brings certain opportunities and obligations, and spring has a definite “caretaking” flair.
So, in a sense, it’s the same thing year after year: you take care of important home maintenance projects in order to preserve your investments. But the good news is that this “same old, same old” can make your home comfort equipment seem just like new.
What Does Heat Have to Do with Cold?
Life has a certain connectedness, wouldn’t you say?
For example – typically, home comfort systems that provide heating in the winter and cooling in the summer have certain functions and equipment they share (and not just the thermostat). Energy Star – a program of the federal government that promotes efficiency in appliances – makes a point about this connectedness when discussing its recommendations for cooling:
ENERGY STAR qualified central air conditioners: have higher seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER) and energy efficiency ratio (EER) ratings, making them over 15% more efficient than conventional models. The central air conditioner also needs a blower motor – which is usually part of the furnace – to blow the cool air through the duct system.
The only way to ensure that your new air conditioner performs at its rated efficiency is to replace your heating system at the same time. It’s especially recommended if your furnace is over 15 years old. If you purchase a new energy-efficient air conditioner but connect it to an older furnace and blower motor, your system will not perform to its rated efficiency.
What Every Homeowner Should Know: Government to Take A/C Refrigerant Off Market
Have you heard about the government phase-out of certain HCFCs (Class II Ozone-Depleting Substances)? Those very complex sounding initials and terms actually cover a lot of substances, but the one that’s most pertinent to this report relates to a product that the majority of Americans find to be cooling comfort in the summer months: HCFC-22.
The a/c refrigerant that’s been in use in most central air conditioners over the last 40 years has the chemical designation HCFC-22, is also referred to as R-22, and is also known widely by the brand name Freon.
Regardless of what you call it, here’s what the EPA says: To protect the Earth’s protective ozone layer, the United States is phasing out R-22, along with other chemicals.
The Nutty Way to Solve a Problem Before It Happens
Be prepared. It’s not just a motto. It’s a really good idea with a proven track record. That’s why homeowners who want to save energy while staying comfortable through the height of summer temperatures – and avoid pesky, extremely inconvenient air conditioner breakdowns – take a critical step of preparation.
They get their air conditioning systems tuned up and ready before they send them into the high temperature trenches.