The summer heat is coming, and soon you will be cranking up the AC to cool your home. In Temecula, outdoor activities abound, and it is more important than ever to be prepared for the onslaught of rising temperatures and energy costs. Your HVAC system is your friend in helping you beat the heat and
Can your air conditioner reduce your electricity bill? If you are using an air conditioner in your home or office in Arlanza, we will tell you several ways on how your AC can aid in reducing your electric bill. If you own an air conditioning unit, the way you use it will play a significant
Saving money sounds great to any homeowner – especially when it means saving on taxes. We know that the last thing you want to do is take up a big home improvement project that’s going to burn through your wallet and not leave much to show for it. That’s why we are here to tell
Back in August, we told you about how you can cut back on your utility bills and get paid to do it by taking advantage of discounts and credits made available through the California Energy Commission (CEC). We will here to tell you that these offers are still available, but only for a limited time.
It’s officially fall, and that means that winter is right around the corner, bringing with it the cold weather that makes all of us here in sunny Southern California stop using our air conditioners and instead opt for the more neglected heater. Like all utilities, though, running the heater comes at a cost – typically
Hot enough for ya’? With the passing of August into September, it seems that summer is finally here. It came late, but it came in full force. High nineties to triple digit temperatures are expected to continue for the next several weeks before things finally start to cool down. With summer in full force, we’ve
There has never been a better time until now to invest in a new heating and air conditioning system! The California Energy Commission has gotten involved and added up to $1,000 on 16 and 13 SEER air conditioners with a matching evaporative coil. Homeowners can also receive up to $300 from the California Energy Commission