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       MOORE AIRE MECHANICAL & BLOWN INSULATION                                                      405-889-8388
HVAC- NEW FURNACE / REPAIRS- NEW AIR CONDITIONING / REPAIRS-REPLACEMENT- DUCT CLEANING-AIR  SANITIZING for  MOLD, VIRUS,FUNGUS  THE HAPPY HEAT AND COOL AIR GUYS
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10% fed. Tax credit FREE SECOND  BEAT ANY QUOTE

550.00 ONG 95% efficient furnace rebate

500.00 OE&E rebate in attic insulation at R-40

 

95% 69k BTU FURNACE, 16 seer 30k BTU COOLING, 10YR PTS WARR INSTALLED PERMITS INSPECTION 4999.00  call  889-8388

 

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Receive high-quality professional services, from Moore Aire Mechanical, based in Moore, OK. Whether your project is large or small, our team of experts can provide the resources and solutions you need to get the job done right. Our track record for consistency, timely service, and subject matter expertise make insurmountable tasks possible to overcome.

Our multifaceted company is here to assist by providing a wide range of services at affordable prices. To speak with an experienced member of staff, simply contact us in MOORE, OK at your earliest convenience.

Our office hours are:24HR

 

Oklahoma City homeowners wanting to save money on their electric and gas bill by making their home more energy efficient can apply for a green home loan offered through the City of Oklahoma City.

The loans are offered to Oklahoma City residents whose household income is $100,000 or less. Residents have up to 36 months to pay back their loan, which can be up to $10,000.   

Some of the energy efficient upgrades that can be made with a loan include:

  • Installation of energy-efficient windows or exterior doors
  • Adding more insulation to the attic and walls
  • Replacing inefficient window units with central heat and air
  • Installation of a new heat pump
  • Replacing a dark-colored roof with a cool roof that reflects the sun

The City’s Residential Energy Efficiency Loan Program is administered by the Community Action Agency.

Residents can apply for a loan by calling the Community Action Agency at (405) 232-0199.

Energy-Efficiency Program

Energy-Efficiency Program

Receive valuable rebates when you install qualifying, energy-efficient natural gas appliances and equipment in your home.

Rebates are available through 2016. 


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Learn more about the Energy-Efficiency Program

I saw a commercial for a rebate through Oklahoma Natural Gas. What types of rebates are available?

Rebates are available for having your home-heating system inspected or replaced.  Rebates also are available for installing energy-efficient, natural gas water heaters, clothes dryers, rangers and furnaces in a new or existing home.

How much is available?
Rebate Program Consumer Rebate*
Heating-System Checkup $30

Water Heater Replacement Program
 - Natural Gas to Natural Gas (energy factor of .62 or higher)
 - Tankless Natural Gas (energy factor of .82 or higher)
 - Electric to Natural Gas

$50
$250
$850

Home Heating System Replacement Program
 - 92 percent to 94.9 percent efficient
 - 96+ Efficient
 - Electric to Natural Gas Furnance Conversion
 - 82% Efficient Hydronic Heating System

$150
$550
$1,950
$350

Clothes Dryer Replacement Program
 - Natural Gas Clothes Dryer (Natural Gas to Natural Gas)
 - Natural Gas Clothes Dryer (Electric to Natural Gas)
 - Installation and/or Additional Natural Gas Piping

Natural Gas Range Replacement Program
 - Natural Gas Range (Natural Gas to Natural Gas)
 - Natural Gas Range (Electric to Natural Gas)
 - Installation and/or Additional Natural Gas Piping 

$400
$400
$100

$100
$100
$100

New Homes Program $750

* Please keep in mind that funds are limited and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
** Electric Resistance to Natural Gas ONLY.
*** Installation and/or additional piping has to be performed by an Oklahoma contractor, contractor's information required.

When will I receive my rebate?

If all elements of the application are complete and rebates are still available, you should receive a check in the mail in six to eight weeks.

May my rebate be applied to my Oklahoma Natural Gas bill balance or may I receive it in cash?

No, all rebates are sent in the form of a check.

What do I need to include when I apply for a rebate?
How do I know if my contractor is licensed?

You can verify your contractor’s license at http://cibverify.ok.gov/ or at
Construction industry board 

Rebate checks will be mailed approximately six to eight weeks after approval, subject to availability of program funds. Completed applications will be reviewed and processed by Oklahoma Natural Gas on a first-come, first-served basis until program funds are depleted.

 HOME INSULATION

I get asked a lot of questions about windows, air conditioning, and other energy efficiency topics: What size HVAC system should I install? Is it true you can seal a house up too tight? Can I use a CFL bulb in my Easy-Bake Oven?

I also get asked about insulation, and that’s today’s topic. I’m going to stick to the attic here, but much of what I say could apply to walls or floors, too.

The first thing to know is that you really have only three choices here. Well, OK, you have more than three, but I’m mostly going to talk about those three because in terms of what you’ll be able to find someone to install, these are the ones you’re mostly limited to.

Before you ever get insulation anywhere near the attic, though, make sure that you get the air leakage sites sealed up. If you put an air permeable insulation material over a hole in your ceiling, you may have comfort, indoor air quality, durability, and efficiency problems.

Batts

These are large pieces of insulation that hold together because they’re made of long, interweaving fibers with adhesive binders. The two kinds of batts you’re most likely to encounter are fiberglass and cotton. In terms of their insulating quality, they’re pretty much equivalent. Cotton batts, though, are ‘cool’ because they’re made of recycled blue jeans.

The problem with batts, however, is that they don’t work well because they don’t fill the space well. For the best performance, an insulation material needs to fill the whole space, with no gaps, voids, compression, or incompletely filled areas. Batts are about the worst you can do here.

loaa 1 insulation batt fiberglass unfilled cavities energy vanguard

See that photo above? Notice that you don’t see insulation filling all the spaces between the ceiling joists. In this case, it’s because they weren’t cut to fill the cavity completely. Another reason that batts don’t do so well is that the house is full of other stuff where we want the insulation to go: wires, electrical junction boxes, framing, bathroom exhaust fans, can lights... Batts don’t do well when they have to compete against all that.

Blown

A better choice is insulation that comes in smaller chunks. The installer, taking his best firefighter pose, holds a large hose and blows the chunks into the attic. A large machine outside churns the chunks and uses air to blow them up through the hose.

The two main choices here are fiberglass and cellulose, and each has its advantages and disadvantages. They both insulate about the same, though, with R-vales in the 3 to 4 per inch range. Cellulose comes from recycled newspapers. Fiberglass comes from what I’ve heard one major fiberglass insulation manufacturer call a ‘rapidly renewable’ resource - sand. Hmmmm. I don’t know about that, but it’s a common insulation material that works much better in the blown form than in batts.

loaa 2 insulation blown cellulose complete coverage energy vanguard

The photo above shows an attic insulated with blown cellulose. Notice how you don’t see any of the ceiling framing down at the ceiling level. You also don’t see any gaps that allow you to see all the way down to the ceiling drywall. That’s because blown insulation is great at filling the gaps and giving you a good, complete layer of insulation

HEPA FILTERS AN ULTRA VIOLET (UV) LIGHTS

Air quality and purifying products, UV lights, Pleated HEPA filters, Building fumigation, to adders issues kill living organisms- Mold, Fungus, Bacteria, viruses, dust mites and allowing you to breath much easier

  • Children (including teenagers)are at greater risk from air pollution because their lungs are still developing, they are more likely to be active outdoors, and they breathe more air per pound of body weight than adults. Both ozone and particle pollution can prevent children’s lungs from working and developing like they should.  Children are also more likely than adults to have asthma which also increase their risk.
  • People with asthma or another lung disease are risk from both ozone and particle pollution, which can increase symptoms like coughing and wheezing– and can lead to a trip to the doctor or hospital.
  • Healthy adults who are active outdoors are at risk from ozone, which can make it more difficult to breathe deeply, cause symptoms such as coughing or scratchy throat, and inflame and damage the lining of the lungs – damage that can continue even after symptoms are gone.
  • People with cardiovascular disease (that’s your heart and blood vessels) areat risk from particle pollution, which can contribute to heart attacks, strokes, cardiac arrest, congestive heart failure – and premature death. Ozone can also harm the heart.  And both pollutants can increase the risk for premature death.
  • People in middle age and older. As we hit middle age, our risk for heart and lung diseases generally increases – and so does our risk from ozone and particle pollution. Factors that increase your risk for heart disease and stroke – like being overweight, having diabetes, or having high blood pressure or high cholesterol, also may increase your risk from particle pollution

 


Tap the Earth’s Power 

Going Geothermal

Geothermal power is an environmentally sensitive energy alternative that may be your winning solution. Drawing on the earth’s fairly constant ground temperatures, heat is transferred from the earth to your house in the winter and vice-versa in the summer.

Unlike conventional heating and cooling systems, your geothermal system:

  • Is not exposed to the elements; it’s mostly indoors and underground
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  • Has few moving parts to wear out, break down, or maintain
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  • Operates without any noisy outside condenser fan unit
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  • Performs consistently regardless of outside air temperatures

Save with Geothermal

Installing a geothermal system is now more affordable than ever with a Federal tax credit of 30 percent for residential and 10 percent for business customers. Residential customers can receive a $375 per ton rebate for geothermal installations for both new construction and existing homes.

In fact, you’ll realize an immediate return on investment in the form of greater comfort and savings up to 60% on your heating, cooling and water heating costs. That’s every month for the next 20 or 30 years.

Heating and cooling equipment comes with two price tags: the cost to buy the equipment and the cost to run it. Although geothermal systems initially cost a bit more than traditional systems, owners realize an immediate return on their investment in the form of greater comfort and lower utility bills. And when it comes to your heating, cooling and hot water costs, who wouldn't be interested in savings money every month for years to come?

If all this sounds good to you, find out more by contacting OG&E Geothermal Program Managers:

Residential customers call 405-553-3961.

Commercial, Industrial, Schools and State Agencies call 405-553-3672.


We provide maintenance services to keep HVAC equipment working more efficiently and to keep the climate comfortable no matter what the weather. These elements provide for our customers’ health and enjoyment, in addition to providing a great savings on energy and repair costs.

We at Moore Aire believe good customer service comes from inside the company. Therefore we rigorously practice teamwork, continuous training, and a caring spirit among all of us from managers and staff, to the technicians in the field. Moore Aire is the place where everyone has an opportunity to grow and be appreciated. At Moore Aire, service and maintenance is a large part of our business.

We pride ourselves in: Equipping our staff with the most modern diagnostic instrumentation
Training and back-up support
Fully-equipped service vehicles

We consistently provide advanced training to ensure that all our technicians can maintain and repair a variety of commercial/industrial HVAC equipment. Residential, Commercial, Industrial and Institutional
24 hour, 7 day service
Preventive maintenance: Monitoring and Service contracts
Electric, Pneumatic, DDC, Energy management – Controls