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Before You Call for Heating Repair, Check These Things

April 16th, 2018

FurnaceIt can be supremely frustrating to turn on your heating system during a cold day only to find that it’s not working properly for whatever reason. After the standard amount of cursing and fuming, you may be tempted to pick up the phone and call for repairs right away. That’s not a bad idea, of course. Most heating problems require professional repairs in order to be resolved. However, before you call for heating repairs, it’s a good idea to check on a few things first. You might be able to resolve the problem on your own, or at least identify what exactly is wrong with the heater.

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You Should Be Watchful for These Ductless Problems This Spring

April 2nd, 2018

ductless-mini-splitAs we move into spring season, you’re probably going to be switching your ductless system from heating to cooling soon. Whether you’re using your ductless system for heating or cooling, however, you’re going to want to keep an eye out for signs that the system is in trouble. Demand on ductless mini splits is higher than other systems, which makes them more susceptible to developing issues in seasons where they’re used often. As you continue to make use of your ductless system this season, make sure that you keep an eye out for signs that your system needs professional repair services.

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Is a Heat Pump Worth Installing?

March 19th, 2018

heat-pumpWe’ve only got a couple of weeks before the weather starts to warm up. If you think that your current air conditioner might not have the chops to get you through another California summer, now is a pretty good time to replace it. There are a lot of different options available when it comes to cooling systems, some of which you may never even have considered before. Let’s have a look at one of those options, the heat pump, and how it can benefit you this season.

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Keep Your Heating System in Good Condition by Following These Steps

March 5th, 2018

Furnace-TechWinter may be more or less over in the next week or two, but there are still some things you should know for keeping your heating system in top condition next winter. The following tips will help save you money, and even extend the lifespan of your heater if you follow them consistently. Read on to find out how to keep your heating system in top condition when next winter arrives.

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Why Your Furnace Is Making That Weird Noise

February 19th, 2018

BurnerThere are a lot of different signs and symptoms that can indicate a furnace is in trouble. Odd noises are one of the most common warning signs, and are often among the first homeowners tend to notice. If your furnace is making some kind of noise it doesn’t normally make, there might be a problem with it that requires professional repair. Have a look at some of the more common noises below that indicate a problem.

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Should I Replace My Furnace This Winter?

February 5th, 2018

burner-assemblyThe middle of winter is probably the worst possible time to replace a furnace. No one likes going without heating in the middle of the coldest months of the year. Here in California we have it a bit easier than in areas of the country that get buried in snow during February. Still, it’s best that you be able to recognize when you need to replace your furnace before it fails completely. Have a look at some of the signs below that you should replace the furnace this winter.

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The Benefits of Installing a Heat Pump

January 8th, 2018

Heat-PumpWinter may not be the best time to install a new heating system in your home. However, if you are in the market for a new heater right now you probably don’t have much of a choice. You don’t want to go without a heating system any longer than you have to, even in a place like California. If you’re looking to have a new heater installed, you should take a look at what a heat pump system can offer you. Let’s go over how a heat pump operates, what makes it different from other types of heating systems, and the advantages that one can offer you if you install it this winter.

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Signs That You Need a New Heater

December 25th, 2017

gas-furnaceHaving a good heater installed in your home is an important part of keeping your home comfortable throughout the winter. For many people, all it will take to get their homes ready for the winter is a professional maintenance appointment and any repair needs that appointment uncovers. For a few people, though, no amount of maintenance will be sufficient to keep the system functioning through the winter.

If you’re one of those people who doesn’t have a reliable heating system to use this winter, you may have to install a new one. Have a look at the following symptoms that indicate a need for a new heating system.

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Which Air Conditioner Should I Install?

December 11th, 2017

air-conditioner-fanAir conditioning is probably not something you’re paying too much attention to during this time of year. But, it is still a good thing to think about if you need to install a new system before summer rolls around again. There are a lot of different options to choose from when it comes to air conditioner installation. You’re going to want to find one that meets your home’s specific needs, which means carefully considering each option and the advantages it provides. Have a look at three of the most popular air conditioning types on the market below, and what they can offer you if you install one of them.

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Which Air Conditioner Should I Install?

November 27th, 2017

air-conditionerSummer may technically be over, but it’s never too early to start thinking about next year. If you think you may have to replace your air conditioning system before next summer starts, either because it’s too old or because it’s having a lot of problems, you have a number of options available to you. It’s best to closely consider each option, so that you have a good idea of which air conditioner type would meet your specific needs the best.  Have a look at some of the more popular options below, in order to help you decide what would take the best care of your climate control next summer.

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