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When to Replace Household Items. HVAC filters should be replaced once a month during high-use seasons like summer and winnter, and once every three months during low-use seasons like spring and fall.

Click for ASHRAE HVAC Maintenance Costs Database

electro mechanical thermography and predictive maintenance training

Keep your home cool this sumer without using air conditioning (via HouseLogic): ow.ly/yK0T8

Understanding Electrical Diagrams and Control Circuits

If you do choose to keep your ductwork exposed, consider springing for copper.

Heating and cooling a two-story addition involves making choices that balance cost, convenience and energy efficiency.

Do you own an older home without ductwork? The main advantages of a ductless mini-split #HVAC system are its small size, quiet operation, and the flexibility it has for #heating and cooling individual areas within your home. Learn more here, then contact us at 510-538-9817 to find out what's best for your home.

How to Keep the Heat In and Cold Out During Winter: Heating Your Home the Energy-Efficient Way

Want to Keep Winter Heating Costs Down? You Can Save Serious Money Using a Programmable Thermostat

The 2013 Energy Efficiency Indicator (EEI) study, conducted by the Johnson Controls Institute for Building Efficiency

Take Back Your Energy Bills — Energy-Efficiency Measures that Work for You!

How to Keep Your Bay Area Winter Heating Costs Low

Heating and Furnace Maintenance Checklist for Homeowners

Falling leaves and budding trees are semi-annual signals to inspect HVAC systems to make sure heating and air conditioning flow freely and efficiently. Here's some tips on How To Inspect Your HVAC:

Pain-Free Guide to Choosing an HVAC System

Tips for Winterizing Your Home to Save on Energy Costs this Fall/Winter!

A variety of factors can contribute to the growth of mold in homes and commercial facilities, but one all-too-common culprit is HVAC equipment. Contact us TODAY at (510)538-9817 if your air conditioner/heating system shows any of these signs of mold growth:

How to cut back on your A/C bill this summer