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How to Avoid Furnace Issues This Winter

Monday, November 26th, 2018

furnace venting outsideIt’s that time of year—the time where temperatures begin to cool off and we feel relief from the sweltering summers we experience. Time to turn on our heating systems and bask in the warmth, right? Well not quite—have you scheduled maintenance yet? Preventive heating maintenance isn’t just a fancy idea we throw out there for our best customers—it’s a necessary part of keeping every homeowner’s heater working as efficiently and effectively as possible!

This is a service that should be performed once a year. With professional maintenance, you can count on your furnace lasting as long as it’s meant to, and performing at its best while doing so. Of course, repair needs may crop up during your maintenance appointment, and sometimes even between tune-ups. It’s important to know the signs of these repair needs as well as how to avoid problems with your furnace before winter hits.

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Keep Your Furnace Safe This Winter

Monday, October 3rd, 2016

Our temperatures may still be mild, however it’s only a matter of time until we feel that first cool breeze, a sign of much chillier nights that are well on their way. When that time comes, you’ll be forced to think about your furnace and whether or not it’s up to the task of warming your home this winter.

Modern gas furnaces are manufactured with safety as the utmost concern. Not only that, but gas furnaces have multiple safety features that help to protect homes from dangers due to combustion or carbon monoxide leaks.

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Tips for Troubleshooting a Malfunctioning Air Conditioner

Monday, August 29th, 2016

There’s no doubt that a malfunctioning air conditioner is not something you want to deal with at this time of year. Sure, our weather may be cooling down a bit; but as any California resident knows, a heat wave can happen at pretty much any time.

There are a number of potential issues that can affect the operation of your AC system. Fortunately, they are not all total emergencies. We encourage you to do a bit of troubleshooting on your own before calling our team. We’ve shared some more information on this below. Of course, if this has all been checked and you still can’t get your AC to function as it should, then we are standing by and ready to help!

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