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How Does a Gas Furnace Work?

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Gas furnaces are the most common method of heating homes — as well as commercial buildings — in the winter, even in Northern California. It’s likely what you have in your home, at the office building, and at many of the shops that you frequent. But in all the time that you’ve enjoyed the benefits

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3 Furnace Tune-Up Tips

man showing furnace tune up tips on an customers furnace

Out of sight and out of mind is no way to think of your furnace. Sure, you might not see it often, but that doesn’t mean you should wait until there’s a problem before you check on it. If you want to avoid inconvenient breakdowns or spikes in your heating bills, it’s a good idea

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Optimizing Your Energy/HVAC In Your Home

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Saving energy means saving money in your Northern California home. Especially in winter, energy efficiency is crucial to your home. The more energy you save, the more you’re money you’ll save throughout the year. If you know how to optimize your energy usage and HVAC system in your home, you can save money on your

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3 Ways to Know It’s Time for a Furnace Tune-Up

Sometimes it seems as though your furnace breaks down at the least opportune moment — on the coldest night of the year, on the weekend, when you have guests coming over. The list goes on and on. At Service Champions, our 180+ technicians are on call 24/7 to repair your furnace whenever you need it.

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8 Signs That Your Furnace May Need A Tune-Up

Northern California Homeowners Can Prevent Furnace Problems With Maintenance

Northern California Homeowners Can Prevent Furnace Problems With Maintenance There’s nothing worse than looking forward to a warm cozy home when it’s cold outside, only to have your furnace stop working at the exact wrong time. One of the best ways to prevent that from happening is to get a furnace tune-up on an annual

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Indoor and Outdoor Fall Maintenance Checklist

Indoor and Outdoor Fall Maintenance Checklist

The temperatures are dropping and so are the leaves. It’s time to start preparing your home for colder weather. Here’s a useful fall maintenance checklist to keep you cozy, safe, and comfortable through the holiday season and beyond.  Indoor Fall Maintenance Schedule a Professional Furnace Tune-Up The first thing you want to do to make

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5 Ways to Prepare Your HVAC System for Winter

As winter draws near, make sure your HVAC system is equipped for optimal performance. By following these 5 winter preparation tips, you can avoid breakdowns and costly repairs. 5 Ways to Prepare Your HVAC System for Winter Change the filter Your air conditioner has been running all summer. Now that you’re transitioning to winter time,

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DIY Furnace Maintenance vs When to Call the Pros

DIY Furnace Maintenance

When it comes to your furnace, it’s much better to be proactive than reactive. Now is a great time to go over some DIY furnace maintenance to prevent the expense, inconvenience, and even danger that a neglected furnace can cause. DIY Furnace Maintenance In addition to scheduling a furnace tune-up from the pros, you’ll want

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Fall Furnace Maintenance for a Safe & Cozy Home

Fall Furnace Maintenance Tasks for a Safe & Cozy Home

As the weather cools and the school year starts back up, we can all feel fall right around the corner. Every season, there are different tasks that homeowners should complete in order to ensure comfort, safety, and savings during that part of the year. Fall is no different. By checking off these fall furnace maintenance

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Why Fall is the Best Time to Schedule Furnace Maintenance

Why Fall is the Best Time to Schedule Furnace Maintenance

You may not even think about the importance of maintenance, until an HVAC breakdown happens to you on a hot day or a very chilly one. Think of this scenario: You’re sitting in your house getting colder and colder, bundling up with blankets and socks, and the thermostat just keeps falling no matter what you

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