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How to Choose the Best HVAC Company for Your Home Comfort Needs

When it comes to home comfort, it is vital that homeowners have an experienced HVAC team that they can call to handle any heating and cooling maintenance or repair services. Since many homeowners do not start looking for an HVAC company until their system breaks down, they may be tempted to go with the first

Essential HVAC System Maintenance

To maximize the efficiency of your heating and cooling system, you’ll want to address a couple of basic maintenance aspects. In this video, Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Gil Medrano, owner of All Weather Heating, Air & Solar, discusses the importance of air conditioner and heater maintenance:

Indoor Air

Simple Solutions for Indoor Air Pollution

There is little people can do to reduce pollution outdoors. However, the air in their home, which they likely spend hours breathing every single day, they do have more control over. Preventing and reducing indoor air pollution can have numerous health benefits and is well worth the work to accomplish it. Maintain Healthy Indoor Air

All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning goes Solar!

    All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning has now added “Solar” to its installation services. We are now a SolarWorld dealer. Installing a complete Solar, Heating, and Air Conditioning systems is the best, most efficient option for the long run. If you would like a FREE estimate for a complete system or for just

Home Seller Maintenance

Selling Your House? 5 Things to Spruce Up to Appeal to Buyers

Buying a new home is a very exciting thing. What may not be so exciting is the work you have to put into selling your current home. However, there are some key facets of your current home that you can spruce up that will most easily influence the way other home buyers view your home.

Humidifier vs Dehumidifier

Humidifiers vs. Dehumidifiers: Which One Do I Need?

Humidifiers and dehumidifiers are different forms of air conditioners – they condition the air in your home in relation to how humid or dry it feels. A dehumidifier works by removing moisture from the air if your home is too humid. The opposite is true when it comes to humidifiers as they release water vapor

Summer HVAC Maintenance

End of Summer AC Maintenance Could Help You Save Money Next Spring

If you keep waiting until the A/C stops working, then the repair costs are going to be much greater than catching the problem during maintenance. The technician can find problems that are brewing, and stop them before your system completely shuts down. An example of this is a leaking compressor. If left unattended, the compressor

All Weather -- Hybrid Systems -- 06-03-16

What are Hybrid Heating Systems?

With rising energy costs across the board, efficiency is the name of the game. In developing a home heating strategy that is highly efficient you quickly realize that a one-tool solution is often not the most efficient method of heating. Furnace-only heating can be expensive to run year round if and is prone to fluctuations

All Weather -- Furnace Checklist -- 05-20-16

Furnace Inspection Checklist Points

Furnace inspections are recommended at least once every two years, with once yearly being preferable. This will help to ensure that your furnace functions properly over the heating season and won’t leave you stranded without heat when you need it most. Points of Furnace Inspection Begin the inspection by examining the furnace body and housing

All Weather -- Carbon Monoxide -- 03-17-16

What You Need to Know About Carbon Monoxide

Carbon monoxide (CO) is known as a silent killer. It’s a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas that can cause sudden illness or death if inhaled. Death from carbon monoxide poisoning is usually preventable by avoiding the use of certain items inside your home and by having regular inspections of combustion appliances, chimneys and vents. CO