Should You Use Your AC When it’s Smoky Outside?
If you’ve so much as glanced out a window the last couple of weeks, you have likely noticed that golden-red
Your home’s air ducts directly affect the quality of your indoor air, so it’s good to know exactly how they
Find Energy Savings in Your Home
Learn the Do’s and Don’ts of Saving Energy Don’t let the furnace or air conditioner salesperson sell you a unit
Do You Need Duct Cleaning?
Every home is different, so it is typically hard to generalize whether a home needs duct cleaning or not.
Important News for Homeowners with Furnaces Manufactured Before 2001
More than 49 brands of furnaces produced prior to 2001 may possess potentially defective parts. Thousands of these furnaces
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
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