Get Your AC Repaired BEFORE Summer Hits

March 30th, 2020

So let’s imagine that it’s October and you’re putting your air conditioner away. You’re excited about the chilly temperatures, the coats you’ll finally be able to wear, and all the other fun things that come with the winter season. However, it becomes very clear that the strange noise your air conditioner made at the end of the month isn’t going to be a problem anymore since you’ll be depending on your furnace now, right?

Wrong! The problems that were occurring in your air conditioner before you put it away for the season didn’t just go away. In fact, they might be worse now because your system has been sitting there collecting dust for a few months. Take it from the professionals, it’s time to do the right thing and call us for AC repair in Glendale, CA before summer hits in full swing.

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Could You Use a Whole-House Humidifier?

March 16th, 2020

While humidity might be a problem sometimes, lack of humidity can become a major problem as well! When it comes to keeping your home comfortable and your healthy, well… healthy, then a humidifier might be a perfect fit for your home.

Winters can be drier than they are cold in our neck of the woods, so the lack of humidity is actually a big deal. Not only that but homes these days are built to be air-tight, which means a lack of humidity outside can lead to an extreme lack of humidity inside. Humidifiers help mitigate this problem substantially and also help our heaters work more efficiently since air with moisture holds heat better than air without it.

Not convinced? Don’t worry, our advice doesn’t stop there. We’re going to go into detail about how a whole-house humidifier can help your Santa Monica HVAC systems and better your family’s health as well!

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Repair or Replace: Which is Right for Your Furnace?

March 3rd, 2020

Deciding between furnace replacement or furnace repair in Simi Valley is by far one of the hardest decisions a homeowner has to make. These units can be expensive, are impossible to live without, and last so long that their impending replacement can often be shocking.

Believe it or not, deciding whether or not your furnace is ready to be repaired or replaced can be done with relative ease if you know what you’re looking for.

Let us make the process easier for you by taking the difficult parts, like dealing with amateur technicians and having to make an uninformed decision, out of the equation. Take a deep breath and keep reading. We’ll go into detail about the different signs that show whether or not your system is ready to be replaced or if it is economically feasible to still perform repairs.

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Make Sure Your AC Is Installed Correctly

February 17th, 2020

Air conditioning repair in Calabasas, CA can quickly follow from an amateur installation, and not many homeowners know about this. That’s because air conditioning installation takes a huge amount of technical expertise, as well as precise measurements that require the use of additional equipment. A faulty installation can end up costing you an absurd amount of money in AC repairs and even end up costing you the entire unit itself as you might need a replacement to work effectively. Don’t settle for the expensive costs for

Basically, setting up your air conditioner is not like building furniture you’ve ordered on the web. This is machinery that needs to be expertly installed, and we’re going to go through the various reasons why.

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Common Issues with a Heater in California

February 3rd, 2020

It’s no surprise that our climate in Hollywood is a little different than our neighbors in the United States. While they deal with frigid temperatures that are constantly dipping below zero, we panic when the thermostat dips into the forties!

That being said, unbeknownst to a lot of our neighbors around the country, we do have heaters and they tend to need service just like any other heater out there! In fact, we’re writing this post right now because there could be homeowners out there in dire need of heater repair in West Hollywood!

So, for all those who are struggling with their problematic furnaces, this post is for you. Hopefully, as we explore the most common issues with a furnace in our area, you can get a clearer idea of what you’ll need and who you can call.

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3 Signs of Imminent Furnace Repair

January 20th, 2020

Furnaces are complex pieces of machinery. When dealing with something as complicated as a furnace, you’re going to need to be one of two things: either a trained and certified HVAC technician or a vigilant homeowner who has done their research.

Without the training or a sharp ear, you might be confused when your heater suddenly breaks down in the wintertime and you had no idea it was struggling this whole time. That’s why we’re really keen on making sure that you’re up to speed on everything that could go wrong with your furnace and how you could notice the signs of upcoming problems.

In an ideal world, whenever your furnace is having trouble—you’ll know exactly when to call for furnace repair in Simi Valley, and a technician will be able to appropriately fix the problem in no time. So, how can you tell if your system is having trouble?

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Compare and Contrast: The Best Heaters in Beverly Hills

January 6th, 2020

We get it, the title is sort of an oxymoron. While it might not get chilly very often in Beverly Hills, there are plenty of days each year where a heater could be an important tool for your home.

The problem with this sentiment is that there are various different types of heaters to choose from in our area, and since our climate isn’t like our northern neighbors, we need to be careful that we don’t choose an inefficient system. Heating systems like boilers are usually just not versatile enough since they often work too well for a mild climate like ours. When it comes to HVAC services in Beverly Hills, you’re going to want one of two types of heating systems—either a gas furnace or a heat pump.

So today, we’re going to go over the differences between these two systems and how they function in regard to efficiency.

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The Difference Between an Air Filtration System and an Air Purifier

December 23rd, 2019

Contrary to what many homeowners in our area might believe, air filters and air purifiers don’t do the same thing. While they might both contribute equally to helping the indoor air quality of your home, they don’t do it in the exact same way.

While we’d like to get to the bottom of what they do exactly for curiosity’s sake, we also want to do it so many homeowners out there know what type of system they should invest in. If you’ve been having trouble with the air quality in your home, don’t just point at a catalog of indoor air quality solutions and take a guess—it’s time to make an informed decision on how you can best deal with air contaminants.

Whether you could use some help with your IAQ or not, join us for a ride through the science behind cleaning your indoor air!

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What Is a SEER Rating, and Why Does It Matter?

December 9th, 2019

While the rest of the country is talking about heating systems, we’re lucky to have some mild temperatures all year round. That means we’ve got extra time to inform people in our area about the intricacies of their air conditioning systems while we prepare for the scorching temperatures next year.

The SEER rating is an energy efficiency ratio that applies to all air conditioners and heat pump systems in the United States. Being able to use this rating to its fullest extent could be your ticket to a high-efficiency heat pump or AC system that’s right for your home. Not only that, but knowing the efficiency ratio of your system compared to the newer models coming out, could be the difference between replacement and air conditioning repair in West Hollywood, CA!

So buckle up and get ready to take some notes. SEER class is about to begin!

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Why Are Furnaces So Reliable?

November 25th, 2019

If this idea is news to you, then we’d like to fill you in. Furnaces are the most common type of heater in the United States, topping out as one of the most affordable, efficient, and yes—reliable. But today, we’d like to ask specifically why furnaces are so reliable?

In the past few years, furnaces in Los Angeles, CA have gone through a huge increase in efficiency and reliability. Each new furnace model that comes out has a higher efficiency ratio, is made of more stable metal alloys, and is usually equipped to function with a smart thermostat, granting an owner complete control over the temperature within their home.

So, what exactly makes these systems so affordable, comfortable, and reliable these days? The more important question is whether or not this is enough information to convert you into a furnace believer! Keep reading to find out.

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