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How A Zoning System Can Give You More Comfort Control

Despite the fantastic weather that San Diego typically enjoys year-round, it’s still possible to experience uneven temperatures in your home. If comfort levels seem to be sporadic, a zoning system may be exactly what you need. Why Traditional Heating and Cooling Isn’t Enough Many of us don’t think about it when we switch on our heating or cooling system, but as the equipment runs, it is being forced to condition your entire home. It doesn’t matter if you’re alone in…

Looking for An HVAC Contractor? 5 Tips To Find The Best

When your HVAC equipment fails, it’s natural to want to get it repaired right away. But before rushing into anything, take a few deep breaths and go through these important tips about hiring an HVAC contractor. Check contractor has a valid license The State of California requires that home contractors have a valid license, so before selecting a contractor check that the company is licensed. If the contractor is not licensed do not consider them, it’s illegal to be unlicensed.…

How Do You Know If A WiFi Thermostat Is Right For Your Home?

Controlling the heating and cooling in your San Diego area home can sometimes be a little tricky. What we suggest is the installation of a WiFi thermostat by a trained HVAC professional. If used wisely, these devices can lower your energy costs each month. The Death of the Traditional Thermostat Let’s face it. No one wants to get of bed on a cold morning to turn up the heat on a manual thermostat. Even though programmable thermostats helped to curtail…

7 Geothermal Myths You Should Forget

Geothermal energy is growing in popularity, but plenty of misconceptions still exist. Here are seven of the most commonly believed geothermal myths and the actual truth of the matter. Myth: Geothermal systems require a large amount of land. Fact: Depending on the soil makeup and other site characteristics, you could be eligible for a vertical underground loop, which requires relatively little above-ground surface area. Myth: Geothermal systems only provide heating. Fact: The same as air-source heat pumps, geothermal heat pumps provide heating in the…

A UV Light System Can Make All The Difference In your Indoor Air

Are you looking for a way to reduce the likelihood of illness and allergy symptoms in your Carlsbad home this season? While no foolproof methodology exists to eradicate bacteria, viruses and mold spores from your home, using a UV light system can decrease the presence of these types of contaminants.…

Benefits Of A Programmable Thermostat

Programmable thermostats make controlling your family’s indoor living environment simple and effortless, while saving energy and lowering utility bills. They do this by allowing you to preset changes in temperature. A programmable thermostat can be added to an existing heating and cooling system, and should be included in an upgrade package if you purchase a brand new A/C, heat pump, ductless mini-split or zoning system for your home.…