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What is SEER, And Why Should I Care?

When researching new air conditioning systems, you may have noticed the phrase “SEER Rating” popping up here and there. SEER is the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, and it helps you see how energy efficient central air conditioners are. This rating is important to take a look at when you are researching new cooling systems because

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10 Things About HVAC Energy Usage You May Not Have Known

We all know that saving energy is good for the planet (and our wallets). But do you really know how much energy your HVAC system uses? Or how you can save enough energy to make an impact on your monthly heating and cooling costs? Below, we dive a bit deeper into some important facts about

The Ultimate List of HVAC Videos

It’s no secret that there is a ton of informative videos available online—but did you know that many of them have to do with HVAC? This is great news for homeowners! We’ve gathered together some of the best of the best in HVAC videos and brought them together to make The Ultimate List of HVAC

Why You Need an HVAC Tune-Up in the Fall

Fall is here, which means that it is time for an HVAC tune-up. Keeping up with heater and air conditioning maintenance is important for maximizing home comfort and prolonging the life of your unit. You may be wondering, why is fall the time for HVAC maintenance? Below, we will discuss why fall is the best

A Guide to Roof Venting

A Guide to Roof Venting

Most homes contain attic space with an insulated floor and vents leading outside. Generally, the attic is not heated or cooled by the home’s HVAC system and is at the mercy of outside temperatures. The insulation in the floor keeps the attic’s temperature from having too great an effect on the rest of the home.

Home Improvements for Sellers

Do These 5 Things Before Putting Your Home On the Market

Are you planning on selling your home soon? If you want to maximize your home value, it is important to make a few fixes before putting your home on the market. Home Repair Checklist for Sellers When selling your home it is important to get it ready for potential buyers. You need to consider doing

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Air Quality Report: Corona, California

We are well aware of the air pollution outside of our homes, but often overlook the quality of the air inside of our own homes. This misconception that the air inside of our homes is healthier than the outside air can be costly. While we are free of toxins emitted from factories and vehicles, dust

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Why Home Comfort Matters

With the change of seasons almost upon us, it’s always a good idea to reflect on the reasons we do yearly maintenance on our HVAC units and why your home comfort system matters to each individual as well as your family as a whole. Keep your HVAC maintenance on a strict schedule to avoid system

Why Should You go Ductless?

Having ductwork snake throughout your home can have several drawbacks. First is the forced-air system itself, providing uneven cooling, expensive operation and higher inefficiencies than other methods. Next is the ductwork itself, providing a large surface area for dust and allergens to collect inside and by its nature adding to the inefficiency problem. Going Ductless

The Costs of a Furnace Installation

Usually the only time people think about the costs of a furnace and installation is at the most unfortunate of times — when it goes out during a blizzard and your family is left huddled and shivering around a sole space heater, breathing out misty vapors into the chill air of your house, passionately lamenting