Goshorn Inc’s Products & Services
Heating And Cooling Products:
- Geo-Exchange (Geothermal) Systems
- Unico Mini-Duct Systems
- Trane Super Efficiency Heat Pumps, Air Conditioners And Gas Furnaces
- Rehau Radiant Floor Heating
Indoor Air Comfort Products:
- Trion Air Bear High Efficiency Whole House Air Cleaners
- Aprilaire Whole House Humidifiers
- Thermostats By Trane And Honeywell
- Aim* Carbon Monoxide Alarms
- Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System
- Sanitizer Series
- Conditioners And Filters
For fast, dependable, economical service marked by superior craftsmanship, Contact Us today or call us directly at 540-347-3600 or 877-347-3600.
Trane Comfort Specialist™ Dealers
The Trane Comfort Specialist designation is not easy to come by. Dealers qualify for this honor on a yearly basis by meeting the Trane Company’s stringent standards for professionalism and technological expertise. When it’s time to purchase a heating and air conditioning system, put your comfort in the hands of a Trane Comfort Specialist dealer.
REDUCING YOUR FUEL BILLS – By cleaning and calibrating your equipment on a regular basis, the use of energy will be maximized, therefore keeping your fuel bills to a minimum.
PROLONGING EQUIPMENT LIFE– Routine maintenance keeps your equipment in top operating condition. This prolongs its life, therefore lowering your annual costs of equipment.
MAXIMIZING SAFETY – Routine maintenance assures the safe operation of your equipment by correcting potential problems before they occur.
- Annual Clean & Check Of Your Equipment
- 15% Discount On Labor & Materials
- Priority Emergency Service
- Peace Of Mind
You will no longer have to remember when to call for maintenance, we will call you each spring and fall to schedule your check-up at a time that is convenient for you. With your costs minimized and the peace of mind of knowing your equipment is being kept in top running order, your Maintenance Agreement is a bargain at our special pricing.
We offer Maintenance Agreements on ALL models of heat pumps, gas furnaces & air conditioners. Regular maintenance on your equipment saves you $$$$$$!
There is such a thing as “good” mold. Some molds are used in producing penicillin and antibiotics, as well as many types of cheese. Without mold and its decaying mechanism, the natural environment would be overwhelmed with large amounts of dead organic matter.
Despite many harmless and beneficial molds, some molds can be toxic and pose very serious health threats to humans. They can produce allergic reactions, flu-like symptoms, and worsening of asthma. Often reported as a toxic mold is Stachybotrys Chartarum, a greenish-black mold, which can easily grow on materials such as fiberboard, drywall, paper, dust, and lint in the presence of moisture.
Preventing Mold Growth
- Consider air conditioning (possibly augmented with a dehumidification system.) These systems pull the moisture from the building, thus minimizing growth by depriving mold of one of its nutrients.
- Use caution when you turn off your air conditioning. Without the use of HVACR equipment for extended periods of time, humidity levels may rise in buildings allowing mold to thrive.
- Install insulation and vapor barriers to prevent condensation on cold objects such as water pipes, beams, and plumbing fixtures.
- Keep sinks, showers, tubs and other ÏwetÓ areas free of standing water.
- Demand that architectural, design, and construction applications that prevent water from entering the interior are used.
- Maintain the integrity of the building envelope through regular inspections of caulking, roof flashing, and sealing of the exterior of the building.
- Respond immediately to any leaks whether building related or equipment related.
- Have semi-annual maintenance performed on HVACR mechanical systems. If water pooling or dust and dirt are allowed to accumulate in a system, the HVACR system could support mold growth.
- Have your HVACR contractor ensure proper airflow and ventilation is maintained.
- Inform your HVACR contractor of your mold concerns and point out locations of suspicion or evidence of mold.
- Educate your family or building occupants about mold, the dangers, and prevention.
If You Suspect Mold
- Alert your HVACR contractor regarding your concerns. If health issues are present, evacuation, abatement, and remediation are necessary.
- The identification of mold requires specialized testing and laboratory analysis to determine the type of mold and any of the health hazards that may be associated with it.