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How Zone Control Helps Your Heating

November 30th, 2015

We don’t have a big winter season here in Huntington Beach, but it does get chilly enough, especially at night, to make it necessary to have a heating system in our homes. If you have a ducted heating system, you know how difficult it can be to satisfy all of your heating requirements with a single thermostat.

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Causes of Delayed Ignition in Your Furnace

November 23rd, 2015

If you turned on your furnace recently to get the chill out of your Newport Beach home, and noticed that your gas didn’t light immediately, it is time to give our experts a call. Delayed ignition, where the gas runs for several seconds before igniting, is a potentially dangerous situation, and there can be a few reasons why your furnace isn’t lighting when it should.

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Can a Heat Pump Really Provide Whole Home Heating?

November 16th, 2015

One of the more common concerns we hear from homeowners considering a heat pump HVAC system is whether or not the system can heat enough when we need it. The concern typically stems from basic information about heat pumps and that this type of system can struggle to meet heating needs.

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It’s Time for Heating Maintenance Already?

November 9th, 2015

Indeed it is. Our days are very comfortable, hovering around 70 degrees, but our nights are getting down to the 40s.

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Relieve Indoor Allergies with an Upgraded Air Filter

November 2nd, 2015

Allergy sufferers may be very happy that their outdoor allergies are on the wane with the advent of cooler weather, but that doesn’t mean automatic relief from indoor allergies. In a climate like ours, the outdoor allergy season can last a fairly long time, and if you also suffer from indoor allergies, you are getting hit with a 1-2 punch.

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Why You Don’t Need a Zone Control System with Ductless Cooling

October 26th, 2015

One of the bigger challenges with using a ducted cooling system is finding a temperature that everyone can live with. Notice that we didn’t say “comfortable” – we avoided this word for a reason.

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What Happens During a Ductless System Maintenance Appointment?

October 19th, 2015

Fall is a great time of year to schedule one of your bi-annual ductless system maintenance appointments. Even though our temperatures are still warm, they aren’t so oppressive that being without air conditioning for an hour for maintenance is an inconvenience.

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Benefits of a Ductless System

October 12th, 2015

Homeowners in Newport Beach need whole home cooling for a good portion of the year. While many homes attain whole home cooling via ducted air conditioning systems, you can have whole home cooling – and even heating – with a ductless system.

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Why Does the Cool Air from My Heat Pump Smell Like Dirty Socks?

October 5th, 2015

You have a whole home cooling system to keep your home in Long Beach comfortable during our hot days. But have you noticed a pervasive smell coming from your ductwork that smells unmistakably like dirty sweat socks?

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What Does EER Stand for in Regard to My Air Conditioner?

September 28th, 2015

Energy efficiency is important to every homeowner. When you live in an area like Huntington Beach, CA where summer lasts a lot longer than other places, you want to make sure you are stretching each dollar you spend on energy for your AC as far as it will go.

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