Posts Tagged ‘Heating’

Energy Efficiency Tips from Castro Valley Heating Experts

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Energy consumption always increases during the cooler months and homeowners often struggle to leverage existing resources to balance the utility bill. Our Castro Valley heating & air specialists discuss methods to minimize energy consumption in your home while still keeping a comfortable environment for your family. Read the rest of this entry »

smart heating and air conditioning controls and features

For most people, heating and cooling expenses account for almost half of their energy bills. As a result, the use of smart thermostats has become a very popular cost cutting measure. This is because such a device offers automated services and better control features in terms of indoor temperature and climate. The following are some of the other main benefits of this tool. Read the rest of this entry »

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 »

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 »

Incorporate these 4 Different Energy Saving Tips this Winter

Happy Family during the Colder Months

Thanks to the simple and non-negotiable reality of thermodynamics, as the weather turns cooler, energy bills often increase. Even though San Francisco and surrounding areas generally make it through the winter months without seeing too many dips into the 20s and 30s, the cold and wind absorb a lot of heat and create challenges for cost conscious homeowners and landlords. To save money on your Bay Area heating bills this year, follow the tips below. Read the rest of this entry »

Building Contractor Advises Attention to These Home Maintenance Problems

Castro Valley General Contractor Shares TipsFailing to properly maintain your home leads to unnecessary costs as well as unplanned calls to your Bay Area building contractor. Below are seven home maintenance tasks you should never ignore, assuming you want to keep your budget from bloating and your home clean, sturdy and beautiful.

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Bay Area HVAC Expert Discusses Advances in Technology

East Bay Heating Will Go AutomatedWhat does the future of HVAC hold? Will the 2020s resemble The Jetsons or some other, less utopian vision of venting technology presented in a movie like Brazil? Here’s what we know about the short term. Smart technology will lead to remote controlled, intelligent thermostat designs, improved efficiency, and greater comfort at home and at the office.

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Advice from Your Knowledgeable Bay Area Contractor

East Bay Kitchen RemodelingYou don’t need to be a building contractor to fix things around your home! Homeowners need to be jacks-of-all trades to stay on top of household problems. Here are ten essential skills you should work on, whether you’re about to engage in a series of DIY projects for your Bay Area home, or you’re just looking to impress your spouse or soon-to-be in-laws with your domestic skills:

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East Bay Building Contractor Explains Key Contract Section

East Bay General ContractorHome remodelers may come across “general conditions” in their contracts when they work with general construction, air conditioning, or heating professionals. But what are these conditions? Can you ask for edits? What do you need to know to negotiate one of these contracts effectively?

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Four Ways to Reduce your Heating Bill

Last winter, your Bay Area heating bill was way too high. This year, you want to do things right and adjust your processes to conserve energy. Perhaps you want to call in a general contractor or HVAC expert to improve efficiencies in your heating system, or maybe you want to handle the issue yourself first.

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