When Should I Shut Down My Furnace For The Spring?

As the windows open and signs of spring emerge, it’s also a sign it’s time to prepare your HVAC system, and specifically your furnace, for a well-earned break after a long winter spent keeping your home comfortable. This is an important home maintenance item for your to-do list each season, along with being prepared to...

Signs You May Have An Underground Gas Leak

There are 74 million commercial, industrial and residential natural gas customers across the U.S. according to the American Gas Association (AGA). Natural gas is used to power furnaces, stoves and water heaters among other household appliances.  Proper installation and maintenance is important for safety. Is a Gas Leak Dangerous? When properly installed and maintained, natural...

Keeping the Heat in Your Home During the Cold Months

Americans will be spending more time indoors during the cold winter months as they continue to take precautions to manage the spreading of COVID-19. As a result, increased energy consumption is inevitable. Leisure activities are minimized, children are home from school, and work continues to shift from the office to the home. Increased energy costs will...

Winter Proofing Your Home – The Basics

It may not be something that’s top of mind for many San Diegans, but winter proofing your home, windows, and HVAC system should be on your to-do list when the weather turns. While our southern California winters are typically mild, that doesn’t meant it’s ok to ignore proper home winterization.  And if you’re just now...

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