When you’re replacing a heating or cooling system or building a new home, the HVAC system installation makes a significant difference in the performance of the new equipment. The State of California recognizes this, and under the provisions of Title 24, requires specific steps and testing to assure that your installation meets a specific set of guidelines that include:
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Your HVAC System Installation: Tips for Success, Whether It’s in a New or Old HomeTuesday, June 17th, 2014
Time for a New Air Conditioner? Consult This Checklist While ShoppingThursday, August 1st, 2013
An air conditioner is a major financial investment and the appliance you rely on to be comfortable during our long, hot summers. This checklist covers the information you need when selecting the cooling system best for your home. Replacing an A/C is not something homeowners do often (thankfully), and this list can help guide your decision.
What Your HVAC Contractor’s ACCA Membership Means to YouTuesday, July 9th, 2013
Due to our semi-arid climate and frequent summer temperatures in the 90s, it’s especially critical for homeowners in the Fresno area that their air conditioning system operates at peak efficiency. Yet, over half of homeowners postpone scheduling air conditioner service because they don’t know whom to trust.
Understanding The Pros: HVAC Terms DefinedTuesday, September 18th, 2012
In order to select the right HVAC system for your home, locate the best professionals to service your system and recognize when your unit may need repairs, it’s important to understand a few basic HVAC terms. Consider the following HVAC terms to gain a better appreciation of your system needs:
What NATE Certification Ensures When You Hire An HVAC ContractorThursday, October 6th, 2011
For occasions when homeowners need to hire an HVAC contractor to perform repairs, service or installation, choosing a NATE-certified contractor ensures that you’ll get expert, high-quality work.