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It is an exciting time for DuctTesters as we continue to grow as a company and within the industry. We strive to continually improve upon our innovation, adaptability and responsiveness to our clients and subcontractor partners. We hold a strong team of nearly 50 team members covering the entire state of California and select outlying areas. We would like to extend a warm welcome to our newest team member, Kim Herrera. Kim joins DuctTesters with over 17 years of experience in the Southern and Northern California regions of the building industry. Prior to joining DuctTesters, she worked for Gouvis Engineering as their Sales and Marketing Manager, developing new business as well as supporting existing accounts. She also worked for ConSol as a Regional Sales Manager. She has used her experience and her hard-working attitude to promote Energy Consulting Services to increasingly drive sales year after year. Kim is also heavily involved with the Bay Area and Orange County Building Industry Association (BIA), and recently held a spot on the 55+ Housing Council’s Board of Directors.
DuctTesters feels Kim joining the team, will enhance our success as we continue to conduct “QUALITY ENERGY CONSULTING WITH THE TESTING TO PROVE IT.”
Friday, December 11, 2015, DuctTesters Inc. held its annual Holiday Party. It was an open house event at the DuctTesters headquarters in Ripon, CA from 1pm to 6pm. Employees, clients, family, friends, subcontractors, and consultants were all present. Thank you for your participation and support. We wish everyone we work with and know a healthy and happy holiday season!
Photos from the event:
U.S. Department Of Energy (DOE) shows support for the HVAC Best Practices DuctTesters has been educating on all along
Published in Professional Builder Magazine’s October 2015 Issue: Sam Rashkin, Chief Architect, Building Technologies Office, U.S. Department of Energy wrote an article titled: “Ensuring Comfort In High-Performance Homes” and it discusses:
- Duct System Design and Installation
- Compact System Advantages
- Lower installation costs.
- Less leakage.
- Less equipment.
- Higher comfort levels.
- Easier for installers.
- Less duct damage.
- Myths of Duct Design
- Myth 1: Air must be delivered at the window.
- Myth 2: There’s risk of short-circuiting.
- Myth 3: The way we’ve always done it is best.
DuctTesters, Inc. has been educating HVAC Best Practices since establishment. This is a helpful article about efficient innovation, implementing best practices, and debunking myths. Be sure to read the entire article: