October 12, 2021

Tips for Finding Your Optimal Sleep Temperature

There aren’t many things more annoying than waking up in the middle of the night sweating through your sheets or freezing your tail off. Sometimes, it can seem difficult to find the right temperature for you to sleep peacefully. Fortunately, we’re going to share what happens with your body at night and how you can use this information to find the right temperature to get a good night’s rest. Our...

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August 17, 2021

Don’t Ignore These Signs of a Failing Air Conditioner

If you have an older air conditioner and are starting to notice some strange things going on, you might wonder if you’re having problems that are going to quickly get worse. These issues could result in you needing to replace your existing equipment. If you’re ever unsure of whether or not you need a new air conditioner, rely on some of these quick tips. Pay Attention to Strange Sounds One...

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July 19, 2021

Common AC Problems in Summer

Temperatures in Orange County tend to go above 78 degrees during summer. At this time, dealing with a faulty AC is the last thing you are looking forward to. The dry air and extreme heat during this season tend to make you very uncomfortable. That is why you should always ensure that you have a functional AC unit as the summer sets in. It is also vital to know the...

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June 14, 2021

How To Keep Your Home Cool Without Air Conditioning

If your Orange County home currently does not have a centralized air conditioning system, it can be uncomfortably warm inside of your house in the summertime. Fortunately, there are some steps that you can take to help lower the temperature inside of your residence and make your family feel more comfortable while at home this summer season. Make Use of Blackout Curtains and Blinds One of the most significant contributors...

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May 19, 2021

Why Do Air Conditioners Freeze Up?

You’ve noticed your air conditioner isn’t working as well as it should, so you’ve decided to investigate. As you reach your condensing unit, you notice what looks like ice has formed on the lines or inside the compressor. What causes this phenomenon, is it something you should be concerned over, and how do you deal with it? Airflow Disruptions Your system must be able to circulate air in order to...

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April 14, 2021

Who Invented Air Conditioning?

Whether it has been through construction techniques, clothing, or innovative devices, humans have found ways to deal with hot climates. The Romans used aqueducts to allow for freshwater to circulate through indoor water channels. The Ancient Egyptians used a system of hanging wet clothes at the windows and doorways for cooling. As more technological advances were made, more effective forms of cooling systems were introduced. It was in the early...

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March 16, 2021

What Are Indoor Air Quality Monitors?

When you hear the words “air quality,” you probably think of smog, smoke from wildfires, and pollutants from factories and cars. You might not consider indoor air quality. Because most Americans spend at least 90% of their time indoors, indoor air quality makes a big impact on health, comfort, and well-being. A typical Anaheim, CA, home’s air is two to five times more polluted than the outdoor air. Here’s what...

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February 4, 2021

How To Make An Old Home More Energy Efficient

While old homes can be charming, they can be very expensive to own because they’re often not very energy efficient. There are several ways to increase the energy efficiency of an old home so it is safe and comfortable while also reducing energy bills. Some of these are inexpensive while others are more sizable investments in your home. Add Insulation Old homes often lack insulation in the basement, walls and...

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January 21, 2021

What causes indoor air quality problems?

Every living human breathes air. Typically, air contains 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, and a mixture of other gases. Although air usually doesn’t contain many pollutants, these contaminants can cause serious health issues. When you think of contaminated air, outdoor pollutants such as car exhaust, factory emissions, and smoke from coal-burning power plants probably come to mind. Although these pollutants are common across the planet, outdoor air isn’t the only air...

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December 18, 2020

Save Money on Heat This Winter With a Zoning System

Saving money is always among our customers’ top priorities when it comes to heating their homes and places of business. If you are renovating your current HVAC system or considering options to install in a new construction, zone systems are among the most energy-efficient HVAC configurations. in Anaheim, CA, has created this list of seven ways a zoning system can save you money. Zone Systems Consume Less Energy Zoning works...

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