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bay area HVACLooking To Save On Your Bill This Winter?

In most homes, the winter months take a toll on your finances through higher heating bills. Instead of making your family wear snowsuits inside, take some steps to ensure your heater is working at peak efficiency and not going over budget. Here are some recommendations from an East Bay general contractor.

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When You Should Go Ahead And Call A General Contractor

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When To Hire A General Contractor

When To DIY Or Call A Local General Contractor

It’s okay to admit you’re not sure if you can perform certain acts of home improvement. Your family members will likely appreciate if you’re able to decide that a job is beyond your skill set and best left to a professional Bay Area general contractor.

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Extend the Life of Your Bay Area Air Conditioning and Heating System

Many homeowners and business people  in the Bay Area think that after purchasing a new HVAC system, such as air conditioning or a new furnace, they should be left alone to operate at their best, especially since they cost so much to purchase and install. However, this just isn’t the case, and every East Bay HVAC system installed should have regular maintenance performed on it, to keep it running in tip-top shape. Here are some of the reasons why this is so. Read the rest of this entry »

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Bay Area General Contractors Discuss Fall HVAC Tips for Fall

Waking up in the middle of the night to a freezing house isn’t high on anyone’s bucket list. The best way to avoid this unpleasantness is to properly maintain and care for your HVAC system before you need emergency furnace services. The earlier you catch an issue, the less expensive it is to take care of, and the less inconvenient it ends up being. Following these simple guidelines can help prepare your HVAC system for the colder months. 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 »

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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 »

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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 »

castro valley bay area hvac home energy winter tips

The bulk of a typical Castro Valley home’s energy costs comes from heating and cooling. In light of that, it makes sense to prioritize your HVAC system in your home’s energy-saving strategy. Fortunately, beating the summer heat and the winter chill doesn’t mean having to choose between comfort and energy savings. Use the tips below to promote energy savings without compromising on comfort. Read the rest of this entry »

Fall HVAC Maintenance Tips

As we bid farewell to the sweltering heat, you should be getting your heating system ready for the fall and winter months. Having sat idle for several months, the system will require a thorough checkup to make sure everything is in working order. Here’s how you can get started preparing your heating system for the cooler Bay Area temperatures.heater fall maintenance tips Read the rest of this entry »