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August 25, 2015

The History Of Air Conditioning

History of Central Air Conditioning Home air conditioning has become one of the most essential parts of our everyday comfort. Heating and air conditioning are necessities we depend on for a good night’s sleep, a productive day inside or even to keep warm and safe from bothersome outdoor weather. It […]
August 25, 2015

Benefits Of An AC Tune-Up

  Why Do You Need An AC Tune-Up? Air conditioners of all kinds will be running at high capacity this summer in order to beat the heat. Don’t wait for it to stop working to call your HVAC technician for a tune-up or maintenance check. Air conditioning tune-ups are designed to […]
August 25, 2015

The Household Cleaning Plan For Purer Air

Central Air Filters Indoor air quality depends on the cleanliness of the home and the way in which the home central air system is used. One of the greatest sources of allergens and pathogens is contained in the carpet and collected on wooden floors. Matted with dirt dragged in from […]
August 25, 2015

Breathe Healthy Air

The air inside of homes is the air we breathe most and clean air is part of a happy home. While airborne particles and pathogens can irritate personal health and comfort, proper care and maintenance in the home and in the central air system contributes to air you can trust. […]
August 25, 2015

Does A Lower Thermostat Cool My Home More Quickly?

Lower Thermostat Cooler Home One of the biggest misconception homeowners have about their central air system is that a lower number on the thermostat indicates colder air. This is technically untrue. When the air conditioning turns on, it does not matter to what temperature the thermostat is set; heat is […]
August 25, 2015

How To Change Your Home Central Air Filter

How to Change Your Air Filter The air filter in your central air system is a vital part of air conditioning and the first step to cleaning the air inside of your home. Many people do not realize that indoor air receives little opportunity for ventilation allowing airborne pathogens and […]
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

Why is My Air Conditioner Compressor Not Working?

Why is My Air Conditioner Compressor Not Working? Why is my AC unit not working? The condenser unit, a big box that sits outside of the house, is oftentimes referred to as the compressor. It is responsible for half of the heating and air conditioning process, filled with different capacitors, […]
June 1, 2015

Why the Air Conditioner May Give You a Sore Throat

Why the Air Conditioner May Give You a Sore Throat AC And Sore Throat Heating and air conditioning has become so ubiquitous that we oftentimes do not give a second thought to their importance and effect on comfort and lifestyle—until we experience discomfort of any kind. Dry air, dirty air, […]
June 1, 2015

Common Mistakes Found in AC Installations

Common Mistakes Found in AC Installations Is Your AC System Installed Correctly? Air conditioning installations are a lengthy and complicated process. Even after the initial installation, central air system need regular AC tune-ups and maintenance checks to last long and perform well. Sometimes, you may experience trouble with your air […]
June 1, 2015

Is My Air Conditioner Too Big or Small for My Home?

Is My Air Conditioner Too Big or Small for My Home? The Right Size For Your Home Air conditioners are a great concern to California homes when summer comes around: you want to keep your house cool without spending too much. A practical way to save costs all year long […]
June 1, 2015

Four Common Misunderstandings About How Your AC Works and How to Use It

Four Common Misunderstandings About How Your AC Works and How to Use It Common Misunderstandings About How Your AC Works Servicing thousands of homes each year has given Service Champions technicians a trained eye for detecting problems common to Southern California air conditioning systems. When these problems are left unattended, […]
June 1, 2015

Central Air Conditioning vs. Room Air Conditioners

Central Air Conditioning vs. Room Air Conditioners The Benefits of Central Air Conditioning vs. Room Air Conditioners The health and strength of your heating and air conditioning has a lot to do with your home lifestyle quality and comfort. With the weather growing warmer, we once again realize the importance […]
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 […]
June 1, 2015
How to Protect Your Home Against Microbiological Growth

How to Protect Your Home Against Microbiological Growth

How to Protect Your Home Against Microbiological Growth The basic function of air conditioning is a heat transfer. Whether you’re trying to cool or heat your home air, heat and moisture are added and subtracted from the air supply in order to achieve a comfortable temperature. Condensation is the process […]
June 1, 2015

Five Most Common Furnace Problems

Five Most Common Furnace Problems Central air systems are an invaluable part of our homes, protecting us from extreme weathers and providing a warm or cool place to be whenever we need it. Despite their ability to keep us comfortable and dry, sometimes they display some unusual behavior. To help […]
June 1, 2015

How to Prepare Your Home for the Holidays

How to Prepare Your Home for the Holidays Get Your Home Ready For The Holidays As the end of the year rolls around, there are several new lists to make: gift lists, resolutions, new goals and to-dos. It’s also a perfect time to reevaluate any home makeovers before the guests […]
June 1, 2015

Prepare for Fall Air with Furnace Maintenance

Prepare for Fall Air with Furnace Maintenance After spending the summer months churning out cold air to keep you cool from the summer heat, it’s time for your central air system to switch gears into heating, keeping the house comfortable for holiday festivities. The transition between seasons is a perfect […]
June 1, 2015

Beat Allergy Season with High Quality Indoor Air

Beat Allergy Season with High Quality Indoor Air The start of autumn is a turn for the worse for people with allergies. The winds pick up speed, trees and flowers start to shed and soon enough, you find yourself sneezing and coughing. Though outdoor climate may be to blame for […]
June 1, 2015

Does My Air Conditioner Reduce Humidity?

Does My Air Conditioner Reduce Humidity? Most people find that humid air is both uncomfortable and bothersome. An easy solution that goes unnoticed is simply using the air conditioning system. The entire process of air conditioning reduces humidity which adds to home comfort during hot humid days. How It Works […]