As summer turns to fall, inevitably the day comes where it’s time to switch your thermostat from ‘cool’ to ‘heat,’
Freon (R-22) Ban and How It Affects Your Air Conditioner
Until a few years ago, many air conditioners sold in the United States used the refrigerant chlorodifluoromethane, usually referred to
How NEM 2.0 Can Save You Money on Your PG&E Bill
Back in 2006, California enacted a policy known as net energy metering (NEM), in which homeowners and business owners who
California Cities Have Chromium 6 Levels Above The State-Mandated Maximum
More than 20 years ago, a legal clerk by the name of Erin Brockovich was organizing medical records for a
Why is My Heat Pump Blowing Cold Air?
When the weather turns especially cold—as has been the case this year in Sacramento and much of Northern California—we often
You Shouldn’t Be Heating Your Home With a Space Heater
Space heaters are a handy way of staying warm in areas where it isn’t possible to take advantage of central
How Big of a Furnace Do I Need For My Home?
Part of the challenge of finding the right furnace for your home is that you need to find the
Sacramento Residents Report Sky High Gas Bills in Wake of Gas Leaks
Last Wednesday, PG&E detected what it described as a “high-pressure problem” in a natural gas regulator in Folsom. As a
Time for a Furnace Tune-Up
While we’ve been seeing some sunny days recently, Sacramento is definitely not out of the woods yet when it comes
Have You Changed Your HVAC Air Filter?
When was the last time you changed the air filter (or filters) for your central heating and cooling system? Chances