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January 18, 2016
Is My Furnace The Right Size For My Home?

Is My Furnace The Right Size For My Home?

Is My Furnace The Right Size?   Is my furnace the right size? Finding the right furnace for your home is important to high quality heating and air conditioning. The correct furnace keeps your utility bills manageable while elevating home comfort. Most homeowners think the bigger the furnace, the better […]
January 15, 2016
Why is my Furnace / Heater Not Hot Enough?

Why is my Furnace / Heater Not Hot Enough?

Why is My Heater Not Hot Enough?   There can be several reasons why your heater is not hot enough. Many of those reasons involve low-level furnace maintenance or negligence that can be alleviated with one visit from your favorite HVAC contractors.   How Heating Works Contrary to popular belief, […]
January 8, 2016
Why is my Furnace and Air Conditioning Making Weird Noises?

Why is my Furnace and Air Conditioning Making Weird Noises?

Furnace Noises Central air systems house many complex mechanical components inside of the furnace and air conditioner. There are multiple motors, shafts, cages, wheels and coils that work together in order to produce the air conditioning that both heats and cools your home. When you notice your central air system […]
December 28, 2015
Thinking of adding Insulation to your home?

Thinking of adding Insulation to your home?

Why Homeowners Use Insulation   Insulation is a part of a complete approach to heating and air conditioning service and more and more homeowners are opting for insulation in an eco-conscious effort. Insulation is completed in the attic. From a heating and air conditioning perspective, the attic is an interesting space […]
December 17, 2015
Why is Air Dry in the Winter?

Why is Air Dry in the Winter?

Of the few colder months of California, most of it is spent indoors protected by the convenience of fireplaces and heating. Even though the home is kept warm, the air is also noticeably dry. Because colder air contains less moisture than warmer air, the air provided outdoors will already be […]
December 14, 2015
How My Furnace Works

How My Furnace Works

What is a Furnace?   Keeping the home warm when the weather grows cold and windy is essential to protecting your health and comfort. The furnace of your central air system works to provide ample heating and deserves proper care and attention in order to continue to deliver high quality. […]
December 7, 2015
Why You Need to Check Your Furnace

Why You Need to Check Your Furnace

Heating Maintenance   The central air system is one of the most useful appliances in your home. It keeps you warm during the winter and cool during the summer. It can even clean the air inside of your home, raising indoor air quality. While the furnace and air conditioner work […]
October 28, 2015
Why Is My Furnace Making A Squealing, Clicking, Rattling Noise

Why Is My Furnace Making A Squealing, Clicking, Rattling Noise

What Are Those Noises From Your Furnace?   Throughout the lifespan of your central air system, your furnace can produce an array of mysterious noises that cause concern or bother. Specific noises detail underlying problems within the furnace. Identifying the cause can help you and your preferred HVAC technician to […]
October 19, 2015
How to Avoid Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

How to Avoid Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Carbon Monoxide Detection Our homes should be a place of comfort and safety. From superior air conditioning and heating for high indoor air quality to the stain-proof paint that covers the walls, we make thoughtful choices to create a climate we enjoy. Carbon monoxide is most infamous as the dangerous […]
October 14, 2015
How To Use Your Thermostat to Save Money

How To Use Your Thermostat to Save Money

Thermostat Tips   Every winter and summer, it is a tug of war between the need for conditioned air versus the costs of conditioning air. Though cost-free air conditioning is not yet a possibility to most homes, programmable thermostats and the method by which you use your central air system […]
October 6, 2015
Why Does My Furnace Blow Cold Air?

Why Does My Furnace Blow Cold Air?

Furnace Blows Cold Air Thousands of home central air systems have worked all summer at full throttle to condition cool, refreshing air for California homes. Now, with summer drawing to a close, it’s time to raise the temperature on the thermostat to make our homes warm. To be best prepared […]
August 25, 2015
Tips For Better Sleep At Night

Tips For Better Sleep At Night

Quality sleep is essential for a productive workday, a healthy body, stable mind and your overall safety. Unfortunately quality sleep is something many people struggle to achieve. Clear Your Bedroom Keeping your bedroom clean and organized de-clutters your mind. With less to think about before climbing into bed, the more […]
August 25, 2015

Can My Air Conditioning Make Me Sick?

When homeowners complain that their air conditioning is making them sick, there are several questions to ask and parts to analyze in finding the answer to restore home comfort and health. However, more often than not, the actual air conditioning itself does not cause illnesses. It most likely is not […]
August 25, 2015

10 Ways To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

With hundreds and thousands of individual carbon footprints covering the world, these greenhouse gas emissions, mostly carbon dioxide, reduce the amount of oxygen available for us to breathe and wrap the Earth in damaging heat. There are several steps you can take just inside your home to cut down on […]
August 25, 2015

How To Safely Remove A Broken Light Bulb

Broken light bulbs should be approached with caution when replacing them. Particularly with energy-efficient light bulbs, which contain special elements such as mercury, proper clean up is essential to preserving the safety of your home and health. Evacuate the Area and Prepare for Clean Up When light bulbs break, empty […]
August 25, 2015

How To Protect Your Home Against Power Surges

What is a Power Surge? Power surges are when there is a sudden over-exertion of electricity. This can be anywhere from 110 percent or more above what is normal for your home. The electricity that powers our homes is something we depend on every single day. Even just a few […]
August 25, 2015

Five Ways To Maximize Car Fuel Efficiency

Five Ways to Maximize Car Fuel Efficiency With gas prices skyrocketing and summer fast approaching, everyone is looking for smart methods to save money. Since most of our time in Southern California is spent in our cars, adjusting the ways we drive and use our cars is a practical way […]
June 1, 2015

MERV Ratings on Your Air Conditioning And Heating Systems

MERV Ratings on Your Air Conditioning And Heating Systems What Are MERV Ratings? Most Filters come with a MERV rating. This number is important in determining the efficiency of the filter. MERV stands for minimum efficiency reporting value and measures how well the air filter removes particles from the air […]