Pinckney, MI, November 24, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The early 80's saw a boom in Renewable energy ideas. These ideas were great and many state and local governments offered incentives for people to install these ideas on their homes and businesses. Many companies jumped on the bandwagon and started manufacturing and installing these products but have since gone out of business or just don't offer service to their original customers.
Robert Craig of D & R Energy Services states, "In talking with our clients we saw a need to offer complete restoration services for the older 1980's Air-Walls. Many of these units are still working but in need of major repair and very few companies offer service for them." Robert goes on to say, "A broken pane of glass or rotted wood can cause an air leak that drives down the unit's efficiency and leaves your home open to cold air entry."
Solar Air-Walls are a very simple product that heats your home by using the sun. Air is pulled from the inside of your house by a fan and pushed into the Air-Wall. As the air heats it rises and exits out into your room with the help of the same fan system. The outside of the system is usually many two foot square panes of glass that capture the suns heat and can heat air to over 100 degrees, making your furnace work less and use less fuel.
"Most Air-Wall systems were installed in the early to mid 80's and time is now taking its toll. Technology has changed a lot in 25 plus years too and we can rebuild these units with better materials so they will work for many more years to come," states Melissa Bray, Senior Consultant with D & R Energy.
If you have an Air-Wall or any other Renewable Energy system that is in need of repair, or you are just looking for more information about Sustainable Energy, contact D & R Energy Services and they can help you get your system running in top shape again and answer any questions you may have.