Do you need a Castro Valley general contractor to deal with your winter maintenance? Here are four ideas to help you maintain comfort and manage costs in your Bay Area Home.
HVAC is short for “Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning” system. It’s essentially the comfort control system for your home or office.
When you connect with an experienced home remodeling team, like the professionals at B.A. Morrison here in the Bay Area, the whole cabinet refacing process can take as little as three days.
Whether you’re remodeling the kitchen or your entire Bay Area home or office from scratch, or you’re just revamping a bathroom, kitchen, or guest room, this article will introduce you to a better way of thinking about how to conserve/recycle materials during general construction.
You want to “do your part” to conserve resources, protect the environment, and generally respect the planet. One way to do that is to “green” your home – that is, to make it environmentally friendly.
If you’re struggling to sell a condo or home in San Francisco, and you want to remodel to make your place more appealing; or you’ve got a-million-and-one “fixer-upper” tasks on your plate, here is a useful list of home value boosting ideas.
The holidays are already upon us. Guests are coming in from out of town. Your living room is a pig pile.
What to do???
The air we breathe plays a vital a role in shaping our health, well-being, attitude and capacity to function effectively. When air quality in a home degrades, enormous health problems can arise, including emphysema, asthma, bronchial conditions, etc.
Even if you live here in the Bay Area, you are still in northern hemisphere, and you still can face significant heating costs, if you don’t prepare effectively for the cold weather. Indeed, the Alliance to Save Energy estimates that some homeowners can spend $5,000 or more every year to keep their indoors comfy and cozy.
To test your hot water heater — make sure it’s working right and replace components if it’s not (or call an professional to help you) — here is a handy primer.