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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

All Weather -- Air Conditioner Size -- 02-19-16

What Size Air Conditioner Do I Need for My Home?

If it’s time to purchase a new air conditioner for your home, you need to consider the size of unit that will best serve your needs. That’s because selection of an undersized or oversized AC can lead to significant, unnecessary problems for as long as the next 12 to 15 years. It’s not that easy


Enjoying the Benefits of Cleaner Indoor Air

Indoor air contamination is a stealthy predator. It is making millions of people sick and most have no idea what is going on. Poor indoor air quality has been identified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as one of its three most significant health concerns, which shows just how serious the situation is. The Health


What Size Heat Pump Do I Need?

Heat pumps are devices commonly found in modern HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) systems. While traditional furnaces create heat in their interior, heat pumps actually pull heat from the local environment. These high-efficiency devices only perform their intended job when they’re properly sized to match your household needs. Eight separate criteria play an important

10 Most Common Furnace Repair Issues

10 Most Common Furnace Repair Issues

When your Furnace goes out, have no fear. Call us and we will send out Techs to your home to have the problem resolved ASAP! We service Vacaville, so don’t delay any longer and give us a call.

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Tips For Selecting Home Heating Systems For Your Home

Home heating systems vary widely in price, efficiency and performance. Purchasing a new system for your home requires a substantial financial investment, so it is wise to consider all your options. Here are some tips that will ensure you make the right decision. When shopping for a new furnace, pay attention to the Annual Fuel

All You Need To Know About Replacing HVAC Heating And Air Conditioning Systems

Replacing an old, worn out and inefficient HVAC system is a necessary but daunting task. In order to make an informed decision when replacing your HVAC system, you’ll need to know what you are up against. This article provides you with information on the steps to take to ensure you do it right. The first

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Reduce Home Heating Costs This Winter

During the cold winter season, many households consume a lot of energy to heat up the space inside the house. Since energy prices are always fluctuating, it is possible for the average homeowner to spend hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars to heat their home during the coldest months of the year. The following are

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Avoiding Legionnaires’ Disease From HVAC Systems

Legionnaires’ disease is a lung disease that should be of interest to you especially if you work with HVAC systems. The disease is caused by a bacterium known as Legionella Pneumophila and its origin can be traced to the American Legion meeting held in Philadelphia. The disease has become more rampant in recent years; hence,

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Myths About Air Conditioning

Persistent myths surround the use of air conditioning systems even in this age of connectivity and information overload. These myths are unfortunate as they lead to sub-optimal efficiency and greater energy consumption than is necessary. It’s time to correct the misconceptions starting with the three most pervasive air conditioning myths below:   Myth 1: Lowering