For City of Leavenworth residents:
Leavenworth’s annual fall clean-up for Single – Family residents will take place this year during October 16th – November 15th. We are asking all residents on corner lots with street intersections to prune trees for better visibility. Leaves, pine needles, and other yard debris is to be put into plastic garbage bags, no larger than 35 gallon size, not to exceed 35 pounds, and no more than 4 bags on any regularly scheduled garbage day. Limbs must be cut into 4 foot or shorter in length and tied in bundles. The yard debris should be out next to your regular garbage and will be picked up at the same time. There will be no extra charge for the pickup of the first 4 bags of yard waste; additional bags will be charged $3.15 per bag. Please remember outside burning in no longer allowed.
Source: City Of Leavenworth Website
AMS Inspection Services is a home inspection company based out of Leavenworth, WA, with inspectors in Seattle, Wenatchee and throughout Chelan and Douglas counties. AMS Inspection also performs blower door and duct blaster testing for new construction projects.
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AMS Inspection Services provides duct blaster and blower door tests to the greater Wenatchee area for the purpose of testing HVAC and home air leakage. The new Washington State Energy Code requires third-party testing to ensure that contractors meet the minimum requirements of the air leakage test in order to pass the energy code requirements. Watch this video from the “Energy Experts” at WSU Extension to learn where air leaks from your home. It may not seem so obvious.
Air Sealing, Chapter 3: New Homes from Energy Experts on Vimeo.
Wenatchee HVAC Testing: AMS Inspection Services is now offering duct blaster and blower door testing services in response to the requirements for Washington State Energy Code. New construction homes must be tested by third-party technicians to ensure the HVAC and envelop sealing performs up to the new standards. We have two Energy Star Performance Technicians on staff and ready to help with your projects. Ask us about a multiple home discount!
Reposted from: Introducing Blower Door, Duct Blaster & HVAC Testing Services in Wenatchee.
Now that our Seattle and Wenatchee home inspection company offers HVAC testing (duct blaster) for new construction homes we like to keep an eye on the new construction permits. The 2009 Energy Code for HVAC Sealing requires a third-party verifier to make sure the HVAC system complies with the minimum performance requirement, therefore, we are hired to conduct the HVAC duct testing.
In the May/June issue of the BIAW’s Building Insight Newsletter the chart below displayed a positive sign of recovery in the building industry since 2010. Spokane, Pierce, King, Franklin and Benton Counties helped to push the May 2011 building permits over the May 2010 totals. The overall improvement for 2011 shows a 38% increase in building permits year-to-date in May. Chelan, Mason, Kittatas, Cowlitz, Island and Jefferson Counties didn’t have much change from May 2010 to May 2011. Let’s hope the trend keeps improving for Washington’s building and real estate industries.
Source: BIAW Building Insight, Residential Building Permits Issued May 2011
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Wenatchee HVAC Testing: AMS Inspection Services is now offering duct blaster and blower door testing services in response to the requirements for the 2009 Washington State Energy Code for HVAC: 503.10.3 Sealing. New construction homes must be tested by third party technicians to ensure the HVAC performs up to the new standards. We have two Energy Star Performance Technicians on staff and ready to help with your projects. Ask us about a multiple home discount!