In addition to professional source control, there are many things you can do as a homeowner to reduce the sources of air pollution in the home: Look at product ingredients before you buy them, especially cleaners, adhesives, air fresheners, varnish, paint, new carpet, flooring, solvents, and anything that contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Look for
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Archive for December, 2018
As the temperatures continue to drop around our service area (East Bay, Sacramento, San Jose, and nearby), more and more people will be relying on their favorite heat source to keep warm and comfortable in their Northern California home. Whether that means a gas furnace, space heater, fireplace, or some combination, we want you to be safe
If you are adding or replacing insulation in your home, it’s probably best to go with the same insulation type that is already being used. Replace fiberglass batts with fiberglass batts and so on. Still, it won’t do you any harm if you add loose fill insulation to fiberglass batts and vice versa. If you
Professional HVAC maintenance is the best way to make sure your heating and cooling equipment runs safely and efficiently all year round. Here are some of the main reasons you should seek professional help: Stay updated HVAC professionals know a lot regarding the new developments and advancements of the different technologies in the fields of
Heat pumps serve as a heater and air conditioner in one, circulating refrigerant to alternately warm your house in winter and cool your house in summer. Northern California residents can save money and energy with heat pumps since they work well in moderate temperatures like ours. If you are experiencing any problems with your heat
“Out of sight, out of mind.” That’s how it is with ductwork. Since people rarely see the inside of their air ducts, they don’t think about what could possibly be lurking inside. How dirty can they get? They’re sealed, aren’t they? You can get a basic idea of the cleanliness of your ductwork by opening