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Ghosts or air pressure problems with air conditioning Chula Vista

Is Your House Haunted or Is It Just Your Faulty Air Con ...

Posted on 2017-05-25

Sometimes, malfunctions with HVAC aren’t that easy to pick up on. Your system could be heating or cooling your residential or commercial space quite well, but it could be having problems with air pressure. Regulating air pressure in a space is one of the advantages of having a centralized air conditioning system, such as HVAC.…
Air conditioning Ramona - mini split, multisplit or vrf

Which to Go for – Mini-splits, Multisplits or VRF?

Posted on 2017-05-25

Energy efficiency is the in thing in this day and age, not only for the love of our planet, but also for the love of our hard-earned money. In San Diego, we are blessed with mild and sunny weather, but it can get hot. What solution should you go to for your air conditioning Ramona…

Efficient Air Conditioning: Increase Your Comfort and S ...

Posted on 2017-05-09

Air conditioning, at times, in Southern California can become a necessity. We need it to get through the day and sometimes, through the night. The summer has a way of hitting homeowners in the hip pocket because of the high usage of air conditioning. Here is how you can use your air conditioning in Poway…

Which Is Better For You: Ducted or Ductless Systems?

Posted on 2017-05-09

With so much buzz about energy-efficiency, a great deal of homeowners are thinking whether they should go for ductless mini-split systems. While these novel systems are taking California by storm, there are still some situations where they are humbled by ducted HVACs. Here is info that could give you some direction when it comes to…

Why You Should Get Your Air Conditioner Size Just Right

Posted on 2017-04-25

Contrary to what many homeowners believe, the size of your air conditioner does matter! However, choosing the right AC system for your home is a slightly complicated process. It involves many factors that determine what size the AC unit needs to be in order to properly cool your home. Most importantly, the system’s energy consumption,…

Do You Know What Energy Efficiency Ratings Mean for You ...

Posted on 2017-04-25

If you recently had a chance to shop around for a new HVAC unit, you might have noticed the strange acronyms in the specifications. Additionally, many brands are using these acronyms to assert their supremacy over their competitors. While you might not care what these acronyms spell, let alone what they mean and how they…

Your Pet(s) and Indoor Air Quality

Posted on 2016-12-29

Pets are often treated like loved members of the family and bring happiness and companionship into your home. Unfortunately pets also bring dander, dirt and hair – causing unwanted allergens to circulate through your house, in turn decreasing your indoor air quality. It is estimated that over 70% of all American households are home to…

How Your Heating System Impacts Indoor Air Quality

Posted on 2016-12-29

In Southern California, when temperatures start to quickly decline, it’s time to get your heating system back in gear. It’s important to consider how running your home’s heating system will affect your indoor air quality, especially when your furnace has been stagnate for the better half of a year. How Your Heating System Works When…

Complete Buyer’s Guide to a New Furnace

Posted on 2016-11-04

Buying a new furnace is a significant investment in your home or commercial building - and a big decision for owners. To get the results you want from your new furnace investment, you should put time and energy into scheduling an evaluation, researching available financing options (including HERO) and rebates, and comparing features, prices, and products.…

This Winter, Don’t Fear Your Furnace!

Posted on 2016-10-23

  It’s important to understand the health and safety hazards of your furnace. Our team of experts provide some valuable information below so you don’t have to Fear Your Furnace this Winter!   Age Risk For Your Furnace Furnaces 10 years or older are especially dangerous since they all have pilot lights. The average life expectancy of…