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How Does a Heat Pump Work? A Guide for San Francisco Area Homeowners

Everybody is familiar with furnaces and air conditioners, but did you know San Francisco area homeowners have another option to heat and cool their homes? It’s called a heat pump, and it’s a great way to cut down on your home’s energy consumption.

So how does a heat pump work and what are the pros and […]

By |August 10th, 2015|Air Conditioning|0 Comments

Regular Heating and Cooling Maintenance is an Evolutionary Requirement!

What’s the one thing in your house that directly impacts your safety, your health, your comfort and your finances? No, not an unruly kid! It’s your heating and air conditioning system, of course.

Safety. Health. Comfort. Finances. Those are four pretty important things, wouldn’t you agree? If you think about it, those are the main reasons […]

By |July 31st, 2015|Air Conditioning|0 Comments

San Francisco Homeowners Should Beware of Low-Priced Moonlighters

San Francisco Homeowners Should Beware of Low-Priced Moonlighters
This letter was written by the CEO of the Service Roundtable, Matt Michel.
An Open Letter To Homeowners:
In tough economic times, people look for ways to cut corners and save money. A professional contractor knows this and will present options and suggest ways you might save money, especially if […]

By |July 31st, 2015|Air Conditioning|0 Comments

Bay Area Air Conditioning Service – What You Should Know

Bay Area Air Conditioning Service – What You Should Know
Here in the San Francisco area, we don’t see a lot of home air conditioning systems. We have to go down the Peninsula or over to the East Bay before we start finding them in every house. If you live in those areas that rely on […]

By |July 31st, 2015|Air Conditioning|0 Comments

Burlingame Plumber to the Rescue

Burlingame Plumber to the Rescue
It’s hard to believe but a lot of people don’t realize our company services the entire Peninsula and parts of the East Bay, in addition to all the work we do in the city. One of our most visited cities is Burlingame. That’s right, we’re your best bet when you need […]

By |July 31st, 2015|Air Conditioning|0 Comments

When Flying Solo isn’t a Good Idea

When Flying Solo isn’t a Good Idea
Over the psst 10-15 years we seem to have become a country of DIYers and there are several national home improvement retailers that should be very happy with that trend. There are probably a number of reasons why homeowners are tackling their own projects: an increase in homeownership during […]

By |July 31st, 2015|Air Conditioning|0 Comments

Save Money by Calling a Contractor?

Save Money by Calling a Contractor?
Saving money and calling a contractor might seem like they should be mutually exclusive phrases — at least if you believe all the myths. But if a remodeling project is in your future, you may find that consulting with contractors during the planning stage can lead to cost savings on the […]

By |July 31st, 2015|Air Conditioning|0 Comments

A Licensed Plumber can Help with that Old House Purchase

A Licensed Plumber can Help with that Old House Purchase
It’s difficult not to be tempted with all the great purchase deals available on older homes in the Bay Area — that 19th century townhome you’ve admired while headed to work for the past several years may now have a for sale sign in the front yard and […]

By |July 31st, 2015|Air Conditioning|0 Comments

What Do You Know About Automatic Zoning?

What Do You Know About Automatic Zoning?
How many times have you found yourself checking the thermostat because one part of your home always seems to be colder or warmer than everywhere else? If you have have a multi-level Bay Area home, your top floor may always seem to be warmer than the main floor where the […]

By |July 31st, 2015|Air Conditioning|0 Comments

Going, Going, Almost Gone: The Federal Energy Tax Credits

Going, Going, Almost Gone: The Federal Energy Tax Credits
If you haven’t taken advantage of any of the federal government’s energy tax credits, you have a little bit of time left, but not much — they run out on December 31, 2011. If you’re one of the many people hoping they’ll be extended just as they have […]

By |July 31st, 2015|Air Conditioning|0 Comments