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.
As Bay Area air conditioning experts, many people assume (wrongly) that we encourage people to stay indoors all summer and bask in the A/C.
You may have no desire to understand HVAC systems and “what goes on inside them,” technically speaking, but you can try by following these seven tips.
Do you really need to add “clean my air ducts” to your already sprawling list? Our East Bay HVAC specialists recommend air duct cleaning for two main reasons.
Let’s face it, people. It’s already 2012. It’s about time that some of the crazy futuristic technologies featured in the science fiction movies and TV shows of our youth became reality. Fortunately, kitchen designers have not disappointed. If you transported a lucky soul from, say 1959 to present, he (or she) would be flabbergasted by some of the unreal kitchen tech that’s currently available (and surprisingly affordable).
Consider these crazy gadgets:
It is that time of year that so many Castro Valley locals look forward to. Enough chili to feed an army literally, dancing, BBQ, roping, Rockin’ Bull Bash, and your heavy dosage of wild cow milking. Mmm not sure about you but I got my stur-ups and hat on. B.A. Morrison is proud to be one of the corporate sponsors of this wonderful annual Castro Valley-Hayward-Eden Area Rowell Ranch Rodeo event.
Whether you’re revamping a corporate kitchen, building a new mansion in the Bay Area, or simply upgrading a cramped and dysfunctional kitchen so you can actually use it (without wrenching your back or clanging around for 10 minutes to locate the sauté pan you need), review these tips on selecting the right cabinetry… before you get to work.
Most homeowners take their HVAC and air conditioning equipment for granted. Truth be told, modern, sophisticated heating pumps and A/C unit can robustly withstand a lot and keep their efficiency. But even the best machines out there will degrade. An average A/C unit, for instance, might lose five percent of its capacity annually. Thus, say you built your home with a 14 SEER unit A/C several years ago. Today, that unit might only function at 10 SEER capacity.