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Archive for February, 2018

Kilowatt Recognized with Customer Care Leadership Award

Tuesday, February 27th, 2018

Year after year American Standard heating and air conditioning equipment is rated #1 by the most respected consumer reporting magazine in the world. Kilowatt is committed to providing the very best for our customers. It’s easy to see why Kilowatt and American Standard are a match made in happy-homeowner-heaven 😊 Last night our suppliers surprised us by recognizing Kilowatt with a Customer Care Leadership Award from American Standard. Thanks guys, we are truly honored.

But what does this Customer Care Leadership award mean to YOU?  Quite simply it means lower prices on better equipment and an excellent installation by factory trained installers. It means a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee from trustworthy companies that put your needs first.

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Ways an HVAC Company Can Prep Your House for Hot Weather

Monday, February 26th, 2018

sun-symbolWe just went through a genuine cold spell here in Southern California. Saying that to somebody from the Midwest would probably get laughter or anger. “It was in the 40s at night!” But it’s cold for us, and our homes often don’t have heating systems meant to deal with these conditions for long stretches. (We’re always happy to help boost your home heating if you need it!)

Now, however, we’re heading toward spring and the major heat of summer. The hot weather arrives fast in So. Cal. In fact, it could strike at any moment. Here’s how a Burbank, CA, HVAC contractor can help your home get ready for the big heat during the early spring.

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Do I Need HVAC Professionals for Balancing My Home’s Humidity?

Monday, February 12th, 2018

portable-humidifierLos Angeles and most of Southern California don’t suffer from the same type of high humidity issues that you’ll find in other hot parts of the country, like Florida. But humidity can still be an issue in our homes, and it isn’t always the fault of the weather. Our homes produce a large amount of moisture that can make them stuffy and unpleasant. Air conditioning systems do have some dehumidifying abilities, but they aren’t designed specifically to handle this job (unless they have a dehumidifier integrated into them) and may even make the air too dry.

So how to balance the humidity in your house? Can you handle doing the job on your own? Well, maybe if humidity is only a minor issue and you’re okay throwing open the windows on hot days. Otherwise, we recommend you call on a professional HVAC company in Los Angeles, CA to find the best way to keep the humidity under control.

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