Friday, October 11, 2013

Indoor Air Quality : It's not as safe as you think.

Local Contractor Offers New Solutions for Homeowners Who Want to Breathe Cleaner Air

Pittsboro, Indiana October 11, 2013 ― Consumer research shows more than half of today’s homeowners suffer from indoor environment problems such as hot or cold spots, allergies, excess dust, poor humidity control or high utility bills.  A local Indiana heating and cooling company recently achieved an exceptionally high level of training and certification to solve these problems.
Comfort Institute, Inc. is pleased to announce that Lindley Heating & Cooling of Hendricks County now meets the extensive training and customer service requirements to be accepted as a Comfort Institute Member Company.

Responding to consumer demand for better solutions to home comfort problems, Lindley Heating & Cooling chose to team up with Comfort Institute to find new solutions to heating, cooling and indoor air problems. The Comfort Institute is an international indoor comfort research, training and consumer protection organization.

Lindley Heating & Cooling staff members are fully trained to use advanced diagnostic instruments such as infrared heat leak finding cameras, Infiltrometer blower doors and air flow measurement devises to diagnose and solve hidden home and duct system problems.

Serving the community for more than 15 years, Lindley Heating & Cooling is more capable than ever to solve its customers’ heating, cooling and healthy indoor air needs.

For further information, contact Greg Woods at (317) 892-6024, or visit the Lindley Heating & Cooling web site at


  1. Choosing an efficient heating or cooling system for your house will help you maintain healthy indoor temperatures, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and wield your power bill.

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