Q:How does the A/C Check-Up (Apps for smart phones/tables & desktop & laptop software) differ? A:A/C Check-Up is a 5-7 minute way to determine the amount of wasted energy, whereas the HomeGreen.X method is a comprehensive way to establish what the energy problems are and, in turn, provide solutions. Q:How does the iQuick software work? A:For iQuick, two sources of information are used: (a) nameplate information, and (b) quickly measured thermo absorption rates. With such numbers, the iQuick compares the BTU absorption rate to the stated tonnage. Negative differences are generally shown, which are translated into the amount of wasted energy. Q:How does the eGreen.hvac software work? A:Knowing how the outside heat (solar temperature, humidity) affects the inside heat load on the coil and efficiency of the HVAC condenser, eGreen.hvac uses 40-years of proprietary weather data for each locale to calculate heat load.Then adding in home size, number of people, etc., the eGreen.hvac determines the total heat load from all sources.On the flip side, the software establishes the system’s actual capacity to handle total heat load.This leads to the annual cooling load hours per unit.Most systems operate under capacity, resulting in working much longer as compared to true capacity.With HomeGreen.X corrections, the system operates more efficiently in fewer hours - big energy savings. Q:What does it mean to become an exclusive HomeGreen.X dealer? A:The employees of the dealer are not only “Green Certified” to work with the comprehensive eGreen.hvac software, but also learn how to quickly put in place patented “Self-Cleaning” modules, which correct airflow and heat exchange problems (a major jump in energy savings).The system is then labeled “HVAC Green Site Certified.” Q:Does the HomeGreen.X dealer still use the iQuick program? A:Yes. The iQuick it is a very useful tool in marketing the HomeGreen.X solution.Within 5-7 minutes, the iQuick will show the homeowner levels of wasted energy.Once that is accomplished, the certified dealer can sell the comprehensive HomeGreen.X energy solution much easier.
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HVAC grows up to 6-times more germs, toxins allergins & debris than other home sources
HVAC is not only perhaps the largest indoor pollutor, but is the largest single home energy waster
HVAC wastes up to 5-times more energy than any other home device!
Frequently Asked Questions (Q & A)
HomeGreen.X Everclean Process
Q:How does the Everclean process work? A:The process uses invisible energy fields called “broadband” electromagnetic energy. This “broad” band of different wavelengths is not only destructive to microorganisms, toxins and house dust, but, in the presence of a catalyst, will also convert airborne moisture into powerful hydroxide for destroying contaminant. Q:By replacing the filter with Everclean, what happens to dust and/or debris in HVAC? A:Organic debris in the HVAC system can be converted to a benign gas & moisture when exposed to powerful wavelengths and hydroxide.By eliminating the filter and installing this technology, debris (germs, house dust, toxins, etc.) evaporates into a gas. Q:Can the Everclean Force-Field be seen? A:No. The process is invisible, much like a microwave, radio waves, etc. As such, airflow barriers are eliminated and the air and coil are scrubbed clean. Q:Is the Everclean system just an ultraviolet (UV) light? A:No.There are two processes.First, there are multiple wavelengths, which do include what is in part, narrow band UV.But the total output is much broader – multiple wavelengths destroy different contaminants while at the same time, reacts with airborne water to form hydroxide. Q:Does growth of debris on the filter and A/C coil produce a large amount of the total indoor pollution? A:Yes. The filter & A/C coil are considered to be the biggest source of indoor contaminants due to the bionesting of germs, toxins and allergens – which are then circulated into the livable space by the fan. Q:Does the presence of the filter affect the efficiency of the HVAC system? A:Yes.Both the filter and dirty A/C coil are the main reasons the airflow in HVAC systems is restricted to dangerously low levels – a primary cause of why most HVAC systems operate 35% belowefficiency ratings. Q:Does the debris growth & collection on the A/C coil affect energy efficiency of the HVAC? A:Yes. When the A/C coil becomes loaded with debris, energy efficiency drops.It is estimated that a debris buildup of .042 inches (thickness of sandwich wrap) on the coil can result in an efficiency decrease of 21 percent.
Greening Of The Home Reduces Energy Use & Indoor Pollution In a Major Way!