Posts Tagged ‘hvac’

East Bay commercial property maintenance

As the owner of a commercial property, you’re probably no stranger to the need for frequent maintenance tasks. After all, it only makes sense for you to want your employees and clients to feel at home all year round. Installing an HVAC system is undoubtedly a great idea, but did you know there’s quite a lot that goes into maintaining it? Read the rest of this entry »

Bay Area HVAC , Castro Valley general contractorThinking about how to reduce your energy bills this fall and winter season? It’s all about repairing, upgrading and doing a bit of DIY. The following will explain 5 ways to lower your energy bill this fall & winter. 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 HVAC installation, repair, replacement, maintenance

 

Is there a water puddle in your home, but you have no idea what it’s from? It could be a telltale sign of a problem in your air conditioner’s cooling system. Most homeowners don’t know that a leaking air conditioner can pour lots of water into your home and cause substantial damage. Learning about the possible causes of the water leak can help you fix the problem yourself and know when to seek professional HVAC repair. 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 »

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 »

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 »

hvac questions howto diy tips what to know hvac service repair

Your HVAC system consists of a complex arrangement of different components that work together to keep your home warm or cool. You should learn as much as possible about your system to be able to keep it running for the longest time possible while minimizing your energy costs. Read the rest of this entry »

room home additions hvac electrical plumbing

Building any addition to your home entails expanding your home’s plumbing, electrical, cooling, and heating systems, all of which can be a bit complicated.

The following are some of the main elements that you should consider before embarking on any project:

Plumbing

If your home addition includes a bathroom, laundry, or a kitchen, a plumbing contractor will perform various calculations using a number of factors to determine if the existing water-heater will be able to handle the additional load of the new space. Read the rest of this entry »