When to Replace an HVAC System

Tuesday, February 13th, 2018

AC-technicianLet’s say that you suddenly had a decent amount of money fall into your lap. You haven’t treated yourself to an indulgent purchase in quite some time. What do you do with this windfall? Chances are that the first option you thought of was not “get a new HVAC system”. Well, it may not be the most exciting purchase that you’ll ever make, but the fact remains that you are going to need to replace your HVAC system at some point. It’s a matter of “when,” not “if”.

So when does it make sense to go ahead and replace your HVAC system? That’s what we’re going to be discussing today. If you have any questions about your options, or if you’ve decided that now is the right time to schedule your Visalia, CA HVAC replacement services, don’t hesitate to give us a call. We’ll make sure that your new system is installed properly and that it’s just what you need to live in the comfort that you deserve.

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What You Can Do for Your HVAC Systems

Monday, January 15th, 2018

woman-on-couchAre you sick of being told “no”? We can all feel that way from time to time. At a certain point, you just want to take care of business on your own, right? Particularly when it comes to caring for your HVAC systems. Well, we certainly encourage you to do so—within reason. It is important to remember, though, that there are just those jobs around the house that demand the skill and expertise that only trained, experienced professionals can offer. Installing and servicing an HVAC system in Visalia, CA certainly falls into this category.

Today we’re not going to focus on what you cannot handle when it comes to your HVAC systems, though. Instead, we are going to look at what you can do for your HVAC systems. It may not be the most extensive list you’ve ever seen, and there is plenty that must be left to trained technicians.  Still, this will help you to better understand how you can help your HVAC systems to excel in their operations. 

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HVAC FAQ: How Does a Heat Pump Work?

Monday, October 30th, 2017

man-keeping-warmLiving in California means that your air conditioner sees more time on the playing field than your home heating system does. It does not mean, however, that your heater is not as important as your AC. The fact is that, regardless of usage time, both systems play a vital role in helping to ensure your comfort throughout the year. You don’t want to live uncomfortably in the winter just because it doesn’t get that cold. Even so, you may think that a designated heating system is overkill.

That is where the heat pump comes into play. By operating in both heating and cooling modes, the heat pump offers an elegant solution to the homeowner looking to simplify his or her year-round comfort. Even with temperatures dipping into the 30’s at night, a heat pump is an ideal solution for efficient heating in this part of the country — and can keep you cool all summer, too. Consider this information, and schedule your heat pump services with our Visalia, CA HVAC pros.

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Is Radiant Flooring a Good Choice for Your Home?


Thursday, November 26th, 2015

Is Radiant Flooring a Good Choice for Your Home?
Of the various methods of heating your home, radiant flooring is likely the most efficient and consistently comfortable. Instead of warm air blowing haphazardly from vents near the ceiling, it provides a steady warmth rising from the floor consistently throughout the house. It offers a number of benefits, such as cleaner indoor air and reduced energy costs. There is no ductwork to leak or get dirty.

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How Can You Save Money on Energy During Cooler Weather?


Tuesday, November 24th, 2015

How Can You Save Money on Energy During Cooler Weather?
The Fresno area is fortunate to have mild winters compared to colder regions of the country. But that doesn’t mean area residents can’t save money on energy usage during the heating months. In fact, you may be surprised where you can save energy in your home. Consider these energy efficiency tips.

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Important Tips to Consider When Buying a New Furnace for Your Home


Thursday, November 19th, 2015

Important Tips to Consider When Buying a New Furnace for Your Home
Buying a new furnace is similar to buying a car. You want to know the fuel efficiency, of course, and compare features and equipment of different models. Though, unlike a car, you can’t take your new furnace for a test drive. With that in mind, it’s important to work with a reputable HVAC provider to maximize your investment with a successful installation.

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Why Carbon Monoxide Detectors are Important


Tuesday, November 17th, 2015

Why Carbon Monoxide Detectors are Important
Despite Fresno’s mild climate, furnaces and fireplaces still enjoy popularity here. In a home with these or any other fuel-burning appliances, a carbon monoxide detector could save a life someday.

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Program Your Thermostat and Save this Season

Thursday, November 12th, 2015

Program Your Thermostat and Save this SeasonIt’s important to keep your home warm and comfortable during the winter. But how can you do it without driving your energy bills up and having it cost you an arm and a leg? There are a number of steps you can take. One of the simplest is to use a programmable thermostat.

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Home Maintenance Tips to Keep Your House and HVAC System in Top Shape


Tuesday, November 10th, 2015

Home Maintenance Tips to Keep Your House and HVAC System in Top Shape
The changing of the seasons is an ideal time to take care of home maintenance tasks that improve comfort and energy efficiency. To reduce stress on your HVAC system and keep your home in the best shape, make sure these tasks are on your list.

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Don’t Forget to Flush Sediment from Your Water Heater Annually


Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015

Don’t Forget to Flush Sediment from Your Water Heater Annually
Just like your car, the quality of care you give your water heater is a reliable indicator of how efficiently it will operate. After all, if you don’t clean the storage tank as suggested by the manufacturer, your system won’t last as long as it could. Moreover, you’re likely to experience more water heating breakdowns and a spike in your energy bills.

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