3 Signs You Need a New Heater

Monday, January 3rd, 2022

How to Decide If You Should Repair or Replace Your HVAC SystemThis isn’t the time of year when you want to battle with your heating system. It has been cold and wet and all anyone wants to do is hunker down at home in the warmth. If you can’t heat up your home though you have a problem on your hands.

It is frustrating to have a heater that refuses to work. While an HVAC contractor in Fresno, CA can provide repairs for your system, you may also need to discuss whether or not you need to replace your system.

Here’s what you need to know about the warning signs that you need a new heater.

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Why Work With An HVAC Professional

Monday, November 22nd, 2021

When you are facing HVAC service needs, we know that there is a lot to take into consideration. What is causing problems in your HVAC system? How long will you be without your air conditioner or heater? What’s more, who is going to fix the issue? That last question is a pretty important one. And it is one we hope you wouldn’t answer with the words “amateur” or “DIY fix.”

When something goes wrong with your AC or heater, you should always turn to a professional HVAC contractor in Fresno, CA. A trained technician like the ones on our team will be able to get your system back on track without a hassle and without putting the system at risk of further damage.

Let’s take a look at the unique qualifications that set the professionals apart so you know why they’re worth every penny.

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3 Reasons to Love Your HVAC Pro

Monday, February 15th, 2021

Your heating system, whether it is a furnace or a heat pump, has a lot of complicated parts that allow it to do its job. This means that, much like your desktop computer or laptop, it requires a certain level of expertise to address any problems in its internal workings. You wouldn’t crack open your computer tower and start messing with wires you knew nothing about. The same applies to your heater.

If something is wrong with your heating system no matter what it is your best option is to leave the job up to a professional technician. Professionals are trained to address issues that pop up within your system without harming anything or creating extra problems. There is more than one reason to reach out to an HVAC contractor in Fresno, CA for your heater services and to appreciate the great work they do.

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Find Out How a Maintenance Agreement Can Help Your HVAC System

Thursday, September 24th, 2015

Find Out How a Maintenance Agreement Can Help Your HVAC SystemHome heating and cooling costs are responsible for nearly half of the energy consumed in the average home. To keep your heating and cooling bills as low as possible, regular HVAC maintenance is recommended and necessary. Regular maintenance also prevents small problems from becoming major repairs. Read on to learn how an annual maintenance agreement with a reputable HVAC company can improve your home efficiency and your HVAC system. 

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Protect Your A/C Unit From Theft This Summer

Thursday, June 4th, 2015

Protect Your A/C Unit From Theft This SummerProtecting your A/C unit from theft also protects your comfort and your bank account. Air conditioner theft is a major problem that’s not going away. Theft of metal in the U.S. is a billion-dollar enterprise. Over 95 percent of scrap metal thefts are for copper, and the condenser coil and refrigerant lines in the vulnerable outdoor half of your central A/C contain a lot of it.

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Essential HVAC System Question: Should You Repair or Replace?

Thursday, April 16th, 2015

Essential HVAC System Question: Should You Repair or Replace?You rely on your HVAC system to keep your home comfortable year after year and your energy bills in check month after month. When your cooling or heating system shuts down during hot or cold weather, you may have a tough and time-sensitive decision on your hands: whether repair or replacement is the better option. Keep reading to see if these tips can make your decision a little clearer.

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Find a Pro to Design the Ducts for Your HVAC System

Tuesday, April 7th, 2015

Find a Pro to Design the Ducts for Your HVAC SystemDesigning ductwork for your new home or renovation isn’t something a homeowner should do on his own. To design HVAC ducts properly, professional know-how is necessary. Otherwise, you’ll risk having inefficient, non-effective ductwork in your home, and once ductwork has been designed and installed, it’s tough to fix if the design is faulty.

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Have a Pro Test for Disconnected Heating Ducts in Your Home

Thursday, February 5th, 2015

The ductwork in your home HVAC system is carefully designed and balanced to deliver just the right amount of air to all your rooms – at least, it should be. But the fact is that not all ductwork is correctly installed, and even when it is, years of use can lead to leaks and damage in your ducts. Disconnected heating ducts can result in a lot of energy use and a decline in home comfort, so it’s a good idea to have your ducts inspected for leakage.

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An Oversized Furnace Causes 2 Major Problems

Tuesday, November 25th, 2014

An Oversized Furnace Causes 2 Major ProblemsTo ensure comfort and optimal efficiency, your home’s furnace must be sized accurately just like the air conditioner. Instead of using a rule of thumb to estimate the size, an HVAC contractor should perform a load calculation and consider key factors such as the home’s square footage, orientation, insulation level, windows and ductwork system.

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Should You Prepare for Your HVAC System When Remodeling? Definitely

Thursday, September 4th, 2014

Should You Prepare for Your HVAC System When Remodeling? DefinitelyDirt and dust building up in residential HVAC systems is one of the major causes of damage and repair issues. If you have ever lived through the home remodeling process, you know how dusty your whole house can get. Protecting your HVAC system when remodeling your home can prevent damage caused by the dust and debris that are byproducts of a home remodel.

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