january

WHAT DO YOU MEAN MY HEATER CAN FREEZE?

For many people, the idea that their heater can freeze seems bot completely illogical and laughable. After all, a heater produces heat, which inherently should prevent freezing. And likewise, with California’s mild winter weather that rarely drops below freezing levels, how could it be possible for anything to actually get cold enough for ice to…

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A QUICK GUIDE TO CHOOSING THE RIGHT HOME AIR FILTER

Choosing the right air filter for your home is more complex than simply finding one that fits your system and your budget. How do you know the filter you choose will be adequate for your needs? How do you know what’s a good-quality filter vs. one that will only lead to more headaches? However, we…

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Ways to Avoid Heater Repair in Burbank

No one wants to have their heater break down. It’s inconvenient, often expensive, and shortens the overall lifespan of the heater. Despite this, a lot of people seem resigned to heater repairs being an inevitability. While the occasional minor repair may be unavoidable, there are certainly things you can do to save your heater from…

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Common Causes of Furnace Repairs

Furnaces problems are among the most common home heating issues in the country. This isn’t because furnaces are more prone to breaking down, but more due to the fact that furnaces happen to be the most popular kind of heating system. That being said, it’s probably a good idea to know a little about the…

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When to Schedule Heating Repair Service

As most homeowners already know, all heating systems require some preventative maintenance sooner or later. No matter how well-designed and built the system is, it will eventually require a professional tune-up. What a lot of homeowners don’t know, however, is when to actually schedule this preventative maintenance. There are a couple of different times when…

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When New Year’s Day Was Not on January 1st

Some holidays fall on shifting calendar days for every year, such as Thanksgiving (fourth Thursday in November) and Easter (the first Sunday after the first full moon to occur on or after March 21). Other holidays, such as Valentine’s Day and Halloween, are fixed. No holiday has a more solid calendar date attached to it…

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