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These Facts Will Change the Way You Think About Air Conditioning

Monday, July 30th, 2018

Air conditioning is a standard part of life in So Cal. Most modern homes here are built different-ac-componentswith ACs in mind, and the regular hum of an air conditioner’s compressor is as much a part of the soundtrack of the summer as the crash of waves on the beach.

But people often don’t know much about the marvels of contemporary air conditioning. We’d like to share some facts about air conditioning that may alter how you look at them.

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Why Isn’t My Air Conditioning Sending Out Cool Air?

Monday, May 7th, 2018

As Southern California settles in for the regular warm weather—and gets ready for the hot weather that’s not far off—air conditioners are going to start doing steady work. We hope you already scheduled maintenance for your air conditioning system, since this is the best way to ensure the finest possible performance from the system through the middle of the year. If you haven’t, you only have to call us and sign up for our maintenance club.

If your air conditioner is already running and you’ve notice that it’s not sending out cool air from the vents, that’s a problem. There are a number of possible reasons for this, and some of them will require that you call us for air conditioning repair in Burbank, CA. We offer emergency repair support when you need it!

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Spring Reminder: AC Maintenance Is Vital!

Monday, March 26th, 2018

checkmark-greenWe’ve had an unusually cold and rainy end of winter and start of spring. True, our idea of “cold” is mild compared to most other places in the U.S., but you probably got more use out of your heater in the last three weeks than in all of the winter season.

But the hot days are coming—and in Southern California the hot weather means serious business. Having your air conditioner properly maintained in early spring is essential for getting the best from your AC through the middle of the year and into our often hot fall season.

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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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Electrical Repairs for a Safer Home

Monday, January 29th, 2018

Not all homes use natural gas, but all homes use electricity. The electrical system is essential to daily life in a house, and keeping the circuits, wires, panels, connections, and appliances in good repair protects homes from suffering inconvenient power losses.

But electrical repair serves an even more important job—it keeps homes safe. Electricity poses potential health and fire risks. Modern home electrical systems are designed with safeguards to prevent trouble, but repairs further reduce the potential for something to go wrong.

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Reminder: Make Your Ceiling Fans Spin Backwards in Winter

Monday, December 18th, 2017

ceiling-fan-woodenLong, long before there was electrical air conditioning, there were fans. The action of a fan doesn’t by itself make the air cooler. What it does is remove the heat envelope from around people and evaporates perspiration, which allows the human body to release more heat. People feel cooler, even though the air itself hasn’t changed temperature.

Ceiling fans are the best way to enjoy the power of fans in a home. Ceiling fans don’t take up space the way desk fans and standing fans do, and they create an attractive look in a room that adds to the ambiance. A well-installed and placed set of ceiling fans creates an even flow of air around a room so as many people as possible can enjoy their comfort effects.

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Outlet Repair and Putting in GFCI Outlets

Monday, September 11th, 2017

disassembed-outletDead outlets. They happen, and they’re annoying. Of course, you don’t just want to curse your bad luck, yell at the failed outlet a bit, and then pull out extension cords so you can use a different plug. You want that outlet fixed. And in many cases, it’s best to have that outlet updated if it’s an older one. We don’t just mean upgrading from old two-prong outlets to three-prong grounded outlets—we hope your home already has three-pronged outlets throughout it. We mean making the upgrade to GFCI outlets.

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The HERO Program Helps… And Here’s Proof!

Monday, November 7th, 2016

The HERO program is helping families all across Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley to make valuable upgrades to their homes affordably!

The HERO program is helping families all across Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley to make valuable upgrades to their homes affordably!

A part of our business that we like to stress is our work with the HERO Program. We’re an authorized HERO contractor, and that means we can make it easier than ever for our customers to purchase high-efficiency air conditioning and heating systems for their homes.

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Moving a Furnace to the Attic: Some Things to Consider

Monday, October 3rd, 2016

furnace in atticThe usual place you’ll find furnaces in homes across the U.S. is the basement. But in Southern California, basements are extremely rare, so most homes have floor furnaces (a.k.a. closet furnaces) instead. But this isn’t the only place that you can have a furnace to keep your home warm. A furnace can be relocated from the closet into the attic. If you’re thinking of doing this, we recommend you give our technicians a call. They can give you advice about whether this is a good step or not, since the situation is different for every home.

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Your AC Worked Hard This Summer—Time to Change the Air Filter for the Fall

Monday, August 29th, 2016

bef84efb42ac8b13fbe71a808778146979c91857e607829a58db5f843114799bThis summer was a hot one! One of the hottest on record, in fact. The air conditioning system that keeps your family cooled down has probably done its largest workload yet this year. We hope that it has managed this stress well—and if it hasn’t, we hope you called us for the repair service that got it back in shape.

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