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This profile was last updated on 3/11/14  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

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John DeSilvia : DIY Network, 11 Mar 2014 [cached]
John DeSilvia
John DeSilvia
About John DeSilvia
John DeSilvia
John DeSilvia was born and raised in Brooklyn, N.Y. Even as a child DeSilvia knew he wanted to be a builder, so right out of high school he enrolled in the Pratt Engineering School.
John DeSilvia of ..., 1 Jan 2014 [cached]
John DeSilvia of DIY's Under Construction and Run My Renovation,will also be appearing at this year's show. John is a tough-as-nails Brooklyn native and a former union carpenter. A licensed contractor, "Johnny D" earned a degree from the Pratt Engineering School and he will be teaching our consumers how to work with contractors and get the most out of planning your home renovation.
Design Tech, 23 April 2009 [cached]
On Center Software makes television debut on DIY Network's Under Construction series. | John DeSilvia, Co-Owner, Design Tech | Click here Design Tech
The Woodlands, Texas (April 23, 2009) - On Center Software, Inc. has made its television debut on the DIY Network's "Under Construction," a 30-minute reality show that follows Brooklyn-based Design Tech's John DeSilvia and John Palanca.
Speaking with The Associated ..., 18 Dec 2013 [cached]
Speaking with The Associated Press, John DeSilvia, host of DIY Network's "Rescue My Renovation," equates air duct cleaning with car maintenance.
"Think about your heating and cooling system like you do your car," he told the news source.
On the other hand, John ..., 23 Mar 2013 [cached]
On the other hand, John DeSilvia, a contractor and host of DIY Networks Rescue My Renovation, premiering Feb. 27, doesnt generally recommend duct cleaning to homeowners. Its normal for dirt to accumulate and stick to the sides of air ducts, he said. The exception, he said, is if theres visible mold growth.
If you do have ductwork cleaned, he advises getting a few estimates and ensuring that the service you hire uses high-powered equipment to capture what they dislodge. Otherwise, the effort could backfire.
Any dust and dirt not collected will be distributed throughout your home, causing a bigger problem, DeSilvia said.
DeSilvia said homeowners can do a lot on their own to improve their HVAC efficiency by cleaning dirty coils, fans and registers, ensuring drain pans are emptying properly, and changing air filters at least three times a year. He also recommends a yearly professional tuneup.
Think about your heating and cooling system like you do your car, he said.
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