Our Easy Bay HVAC and building contractors discuss 6 ways to incorporate energy efficiency upgrades into your home remodel/renovation.
Summer is synonymous with vacations, lazy afternoons by the pool and cookouts. It’s also a great time to tackle some home maintenance chores…
How to Hide Your Air Conditioning Unit While your outdoor air conditioning unit plays a significant role in enhancing your comfort on hot days in the East Bay Area, it probably takes away from the beauty of your backyard. You’ll need to get creative to prevent that large, boxy unit from being an eyesore. But … Continue reading “Brilliant Ideas to Hide Your Air Conditioning Unit”
Learn about the common signs of heating, ventilation and air conditioning problems so you can spot them fast and get them repaired before bigger issues arise.
Even if you are not normally “energy conscious” most of the year, the brutal days of summer can highlight your HVAC problems. Use these air conditioning tricks.
If you approach Bay Area HVAC maintenance correctly during the summer, you can cut back on the air conditioning bill, and enjoy enhanced peace of mind.
It’s summer, so air conditioning use is predictably spiking. Our Bay Area HVAC experts have tips for keeping your house cool.
In addition to saving the planet, you can also keep your wallet nice and fat by making small changes to the way that you use home devices, like your air conditioning system.
The Bay Area fortunately does not get as hot and steamy as other, more scalding parts of California, such as Death Valley or the “Southland” of L.A. and San Diego. But it can get quite uncomfortable – particularly if your air-conditioner brakes or malfunctions during a heatwave. If you are not technically inclined, your first instinct might be to grab a phone and call a pro to service your unit. But before you hop on that line and waste time (and money) getting professional help, ask yourself the following 5 questions:
As spring heats up into summer, Americans all over the country over will take to their annual pilgrimage to utility supply stores to buy new air conditioning units. When it is appropriate to get a new A/C? Should you repair or clean your old one, instead? What will the investment cost, and will it be worth it? How can you calculate the best unit for your budget? And where can you find an authorized dealer who has excellent consumer ratings and good reviews from places like the Better Business Bureau?