Turn on your ceiling fan when you’re home while raising the temperature on your thermostat to save energy costs and keep your home feeling cool. Make sure that your fan is rotating counter clockwise to blow the air straight down and therefore feel cool.Continue Reading
Indoor humidity is a drag. It makes relaxing extremely difficult—after all, you are sweating inside your home! It can affect your health, triggering asthma attacks and flaring allergies. It tends to put everyone in a sluggish mood—even the goldfish. Let’s zap that excess moisture right out of the room, and look at ways to manage your California home’s relative indoor humidity.Continue Reading
Just like a regular physical, a regularly scheduled maintenance appointment can help find and diagnose problems that would be otherwise invisible to you because the signs are not easily seen or heard. So often we notice problems only because we miss the benefit we lost when something stops working.Continue Reading
Should you repair or replace? That’s always the big question when it comes to major home systems like air conditioning (AC). Repairs are easier on the pocketbook in the short run, but too many of them can add up.Continue Reading
Is your home always uncomfortable either upstairs and down? You should consider zoning your home!Continue Reading
An air conditioner (AC), just like a car, needs regular maintenance and service to run efficiently. At Valley Air Conditioning & Heating, we recommend getting your air conditioning unit serviced and cleaned at least once a year. The optimum time is in the spring to ensure your system will run with the most efficiency during…Continue Reading
Change the batteries in your smoke and CO detectors when you change your clocks for daylight savings. It’s an easy reminder to replace them and is very important for your safety!Continue Reading
Everyone has it, and nobody wants it. Dust. It’s easy to see how it can affect the indoor air quality (IAQ) of your Turlock home.Continue Reading
If you hear any unusual noise coming from your HVAC unit, please turn it off and call us at 209-524-7756. Don’t attempt any kind of repair without consulting an HVAC certified technician first.Continue Reading
When the temperature gets low, your energy bill gets high. That’s because you spend more time indoors during the winter.Continue Reading
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