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The difference between a System that lasts 10 years and a Heating System that lasts 20 years has very little to do with who made it and much more to do with the guy doing the Installation/Service. Our HVAC Installers/Technicians have been chosen based on their expertise in the field, their willingness to attend continued education classes on a regular basis and their positive, patient attitudes. From the moment you meet them at the door to when they are reviewing the System's Operation, we are sure you will be impressed.


Frequently asked questions

  • What is the least expensive way I can keep my heating/cooling system efficient?
    Check your air filter every 3 months, replace if dirty. Make sure at least 90% of your air vents in your house are open, this will allow sufficient air flow from your heating/cooling system. Wash your "outdoor" air conditioning equipment (power off) each year before using in cooling mode.
  • What should I do if my furnace is blowing cold air while running in heat mode?
    Sometimes the furnace may just need a minor repair made which can only be identified by a skilled technician. It is best to contact a license contractor before something worse might occur. This can save you money in the long run.
  • What steps should I make before calling a technician to service my A/C unit?
    1. Check your electrical breaker to identify your equipment is getting power. 2. Check the batteries in your thermostat to see if they may need to be replaced. 3. Visually confirm the thermostat setting is in cooling mode if cooling is what you are calling for, switch to heat mode if heat is desired.
  • What should I do if I smell gas coming from my furnace?
    "Turn off" the gas valve located next to the furnace and call PG&E right away for service.
  • What should I do if there's a burning smell coming from my heating unit?
    Turn off the electrical switch located next to the heater and call for a technician to service the system.
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