Just like any other appliance in your home, there’s going to come a time when you’ll need to make an important decision regarding HVAC upgrades, repairs, and replacements. Potentially high-dollar decisions can feel overwhelming, so let us help you break
A quality HVAC system is a necessity for every home in Southern California. It keeps your home perfectly cool when the summer heat beats down and turns it into a warm, cozy haven during the chilly winters.The key to ensuring
Black history month is a month-long observance every February that celebrates the life-altering achievements and remarkable contributions of African Americans to the U.S. and the world in general. Also known as African American history month, it is an iteration of Carter
When it comes to the Southern California area, we’re blessed with near-perfect weather most of the year. We don’t often think about having to heat our homes because the weather can be so nice. But as summer fades into winter
Is your family breathing clean indoor air? With COVID-19 lockdowns, you’re likely spending a lot more time inside. Add to that the upcoming winter weather that will surely persuade you to stay in the comfort of your home. Understanding how poor indoor
Living in a cold house does more than just make you uncomfortable. Imagine cranking your heat up all the way but still sitting there wondering, “Why is my house so cold?” A chilly home is a problem that could be costing
Indoor heating is essential for keeping homes warm during cold weather.Most people rely on a furnace or HVAC system to meet these needs.Faulty parts, poor home design, and outdated equipment can cause heating problems in homes, leading to discomfort and
Sufficient airflow is essential for your HVAC unit to provide effective heating and cooling solutions for your home. You can overcome low airflow with proper maintenance. Developing a plan to keep your HVAC airflow consistent and efficient will ensure that many
In the U.S., air conditioning accounts for 12 percent of the average residential energy costs. In Southern California and other hot and humid parts of the country, air conditioning costs go higher, especially in this time when most of us are at
Many SoCal homeowners are thinking of ways to cut down on household expenses, especially now that resources are scarce as some have lost their jobs because of the COVID-19 pandemic. One way to reduce costs is to lower energy consumption
It’s wildfire season again in California, and we’re dealing with quite a terrible one this year.
If the wildfires themselves weren’t stressful enough, you also must mitigate the dangers of intense wildfire smoke.
Check your local air quality report before anything else.
On those stifling SoCal days, a few minutes feels like an eternity when you’re waiting for the house to cool down. We broke records this year in June when temperatures soared to 121 degrees. With climate change, the EPA says these
The sweltering heat of SoCal summers has us running to our dependable air conditioner for comfort. You may be working your AC 24/7 to keep your house cool - but is it okay?
First, let us clarify what you mean when
No one wants to come home and welcomed by a puddle of water on the floor. Where is the water coming from? What is the extent of the damage? How much will you shell out for repairs?These questions cause panic
Your air conditioner is a silent worker. It works hard to give your family comfort all year long and improve your SoCal home's indoor air quality.However, your ubiquitous AC is not exempt from wear and tear. Like most of us
The air filter in your heating, ventilation, and air condition (HVAC) system cleans your indoor air as it circulates your home by removing dust, dirt, pet dander, and other allergens.Keeping your A/C’s air filter clean is essential for you and your
A wireless thermostat regulates your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system and turns your heater or air conditioner on and off.
It works by sensing the temperature in your room and signals your HVAC system to adjust heating or cooling
During summer in SoCal, you naturally rely on your AC to stay comfortable inside your home – sometimes 24/7!You should expect your air conditioning unit to run more often than usual during heatwaves or the hotter-than-usual summer months.But should you
A refrigerant leak may cause the problem.
A major heatwave hits Southern California, registering sweltering temperatures between 90 and 100 degrees. You turn on your air conditioner but, unfortunately, it does not blow cold air.
You call someone for air conditioning services