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Plumbing and HVAC Tips for the Holidays in Your Bay Area Home

The holiday season is the time of year that many people in the Bay Area host gatherings at their homes with their friends and families. This is a time of joy and celebration, and you don’t want it to be tainted by issues with your plumbing or HVAC systems. Today we’re going to provide you […]

By |August 4th, 2015|Heating|0 Comments

How Can a Whole House Humidifier Make Your Bay Area Home More Comfortable?

The temperature of your home isn’t the only thing that dictates how comfortable you feel indoors during winter; your home’s humidity levels play a role as well. If you’re looking for the most efficient and effective way to control your home’s humidity this winter, your best bet is to install a whole house humidifier. Today we’re going […]

By |August 4th, 2015|Heating|1 Comment

How to Improve Furnace Efficiency this Winter in the Bay Area

Even though we’ve had some record-breaking heat in the Bay Area in the past week, the heating season is far from over. And if you’re like many Bay Area homeowners, you want your furnace to run as efficiently as possible while it’s keeping you warm this winter. Today we’re going to help make that happen […]

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Save Energy by Choosing the Right Thermostat Temperature at Night

Here in the Bay Area, we have milder winters than much of the rest of the country. But it still gets chilly in our neck of the woods, especially at night. Since the overnight hours tend to be the times of day that our furnaces work the hardest, those are also the best hours to […]

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What Causes Uneven Heating in Your House and What Can You Do About It?

Do you have some rooms in your home that are always perfectly comfortable, but others that never seem to heat up properly? You’re not alone! Uneven heating is a common issue in many Bay Area homes, and it can be caused by a number of different factors. Today we’re going to talk about what can […]

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Is Water Leaking from Your Furnace? Here’s Why It Might Be Happening and What You Should Do!

Your furnace isn’t a water-using appliance, so it can be very surprising when you discover that water has started to leak around your system. In order to help you better understand this problem, today we’re going to talk about why water might start leaking from your furnace and what you should do if it happens […]

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What are the Possible Sources of Carbon Monoxide in the House?

What are the Possible Sources of Carbon Monoxide in the House?
As it gets colder outside and we begin to use our fuel-burning appliances more and more, this is a good time of year to remind Bay Area homeowners about the possibility of carbon monoxide leaks in the home. Although carbon monoxide leaks are dangerous, they […]

By |July 31st, 2015|Heating|0 Comments

10 Common Furnace Problems to Look Out for in Your Bay Area Home

10 Common Furnace Problems to Look Out for in Your Bay Area Home
Furnaces are complex systems with many different interconnected parts. If something goes wrong with even a single component, it could affect your entire system’s ability to heat your home properly and efficiently. Although there are many issues that can develop with furnaces, there […]

By |July 31st, 2015|Heating|0 Comments

5 Reasons Why Your Furnace Might Start Blowing Cold Air

5 Reasons Why Your Furnace Might Start Blowing Cold Air
Your furnace is supposed to heat your home, so the last thing you’d expect is to feel cold air coming from your home’s air registers when your system is running. But as it turns out, this is a furnace problem that comes up often in many Bay […]

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Why are Electronic Ignitions Replacing Conventional Pilot Lights in New Furnaces?

Why are Electronic Ignitions Replacing Conventional Pilot Lights in New Furnaces?
A pilot light is a little flame with a big job: it is responsible for igniting a furnace’s burners. Without a pilot light, older furnaces would not be able to provide heat to homes. In most newly installed furnaces, however, this little flame has been […]

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