Kilowatt Heating, Air Conditioning and Electrical Blog: Archive for February, 2016

We Offer American Standard Products… Which Are Now Better Than Ever!

Monday, February 29th, 2016

Last week it was our great pleasure to announce that Kilowatt had received the Customer Care Dealer Award from American Standard. That’s a sign of our dedication to serving our customers and seeing that they receive both the best products and the finest technicians to install and service them. But there’s another way that our customers benefit: access to new American Standard equipment that is setting a high bar when it comes to energy efficient performance.

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Kilowatt Receives the Customer Care Dealer Award from American Standard

Monday, February 15th, 2016

At Kilowatt, we’ve always dedicated ourselves to providing customers with the best in comfort technology, trained technicians, and superb customer service. Our dedication has paid off in many ways: Here you can see a photo of our own Dean Gilford receiving the Customer Care Dealer Award from our American Standard hero, Jeff Winter.

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What Is an EPA Certification and Is It Important for HVAC Professionals?

Monday, February 8th, 2016

epa-patchWe live in a world where it’s easy—almost too easy—to find contractors to help with almost any household job: you only have to type in a few phrases into an Internet search engine, and presto! A whole list of service providers will pop up.

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What Can I Do to Make Sure My House Has Electricity in Case of Power Outages?

Monday, February 1st, 2016

IMG_0195On the East Coast of the U.S., power outages often occur because of stormy conditions and during periods of the coldest weather. But here in Southern California we aren’t immune to extended power losses, which often strike during the hottest weather, when immense strain is placed on the electrical grid. This can be inconvenient (food spoiling in the refrigerator), incredibly uncomfortable (no AC when the outdoor temperature rises above 90°F), or actually dangerous (loss of powered medical equipment). People want to know what they can do to protect their homes and families from the issues of extended power loss.

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