Posts Tagged ‘heater’

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 »

Four Ways to Reduce your Heating Bill

Last winter, your Bay Area heating bill was way too high. This year, you want to do things right and adjust your processes to conserve energy. Perhaps you want to call in a general contractor or HVAC expert to improve efficiencies in your heating system, or maybe you want to handle the issue yourself first.

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Furnace maintenance is one of those tasks that can all too easily fall “under the radar”… until disaster strikes, at which point it becomes your sole passion and focus.

Ideally, you should service your Castro Valley heating and A/C equipment regularly to prevent costly and uncomfortable disasters.  However, even if you just understand and practice the following basic prophylactics, you will be miles ahead of most area homeowners.  Read the rest of this entry »

Customer called in B.A. Morrison because it was time for a new furnace. We were happy to oblige. Pictures below show the old furnace and the new furnace we put in. Read the rest of this entry »

The #1 reason to have your furnace inspected annually is to verify the heat exchanger is not cracked.

A cracked heat exchanger will omit Carbon Monoxide, a odorless and colorless gas that is deadly and only found by a Carbon Monoxide Detector if installed in the correct areas. Read the rest of this entry »

How to Calibrate Central Heat/Air So That All Rooms Are at a Desired Temperature


It’s the holy grail of homeowners – particularly during chilly winter days and sultry summer afternoons: getting all of the rooms in your home (or condo or office) to be the same temperature.


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