bay area air conditioning repair or replacement

As summer approaches, a homeowner’s most valuable possession is their HVAC system. Staying cool with air conditioning in the hotter months of the year is just as essential to the health and comfort of those who live in your home as it is to your home itself. If your HVAC stops, dies or isn’t working efficiently, it’s time to decide whether or not to turn to HVAC repair or to purchase a new system altogether. The age of your system, the efficiency of your system, and the required yearly heating and air conditioning maintenance should all be taken into consideration when making this decision. Read the rest of this entry »

Bay Area, summer, A/C Filter, A/C Fan, A/C unit, Furnace Filter, HVAC system

Summer is synonymous with vacations, lazy afternoons by the pool and cookouts. It’s also a great time to tackle some home maintenance chores. Here are some maintenance tips you can use to get your home in shape and running smoothly. Read the rest of this entry »

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Although your air conditioner is designed to be reliable and durable, malfunctioning errors can still develop over time. Timely AC repair is crucial to ensure that your system runs efficiently and reliably for many years. To help you stay cool in your Bay Area home, let’s highlight the most common air conditioning issues and their solutions. Read the rest of this entry »

bay area, smart thermostat, hvac, air conditioning

From TVs to phones to wearables, smart technology has undeniably improved our lives. In addition, thermostats have become smarter with much greater capability to regulate the temperature settings. They have many additional features such as monitoring energy usage, settings for home and away, and multiple-zone control. If among your HVAC maintenance tasks includes a thermostat upgrade, two of the best smart thermostats you can consider are the “Nest” and the “Carrier Infinity Touch”. Let’s take a closer look at each of them to help you identify which will work best for your home. Read the rest of this entry »

Castro Valley, Bay Area, fix air conditioning

In the middle of a hot, humid day, the last thing you want is for warm air to be blown by your AC unit. For homeowners, this is one of the most common air conditioning problems. If your unit has this problem, don’t panic; this AC guide will give you the most common reasons for the warm air issue along with tips on how you can fix them. Read the rest of this entry »

San Francisco Bay Area heating and air conditioning

Spring is traditionally the time we think to clean every nook and cranny of our homes thoroughly. Just like the rest of your house, your HVAC system needs some TLC too during this period. The good news is, most of the tasks involved in an HVAC spring cleaning are easy to do, requiring only a few minutes to complete. So as you make your cleaning list, don’t forget to add these important HVAC maintenance tasks. Read the rest of this entry »

castro valley bay area heating air conditioning hvacThe rising pollen count, sneezing, throat irritations, and other miserable symptoms can take the joy out of the singing birds, blooming flowers, and the spring’s warmer weather. Fortunately, there are several ways you can address your home’s air quality to breathe easier and improve your overall health. As you get ready to “spring forward,” don’t forget to use these indoor air quality tips. Read the rest of this entry »

homeowners financing options remodeling

Are you thinking about improving and updating your home to enhance its aesthetic appeal as well as its market value, but are concerned about the high cost? Don’t be! There are many practical ways to finance your home remodelingRead the rest of this entry »

heating-ventilation -conditioning

It doesn’t really matter if you reside in an old or new home. The fact is, almost every household has a draft at one place or another. They usually occur where there are gaps in the structural makeup of the home that have been left unsealed against the elements from outside. Read the rest of this entry »

how to improve your homes air quality hvac

While keeping your home tightly sealed in the summer and winter offers many benefits, it can make your indoor air quality suffer due to the buildup of pollutants such as dust mites, pet dander, mold, pollen, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). In fact, your home’s air can be more tainted than the outdoor air. Read the rest of this entry »