Monthly Archives: May 2014

Weather Pattern for San Fernando Valley in Summer

Though the Los Angeles basin has been defined as hot and humid by the department of energy, it suffers from microclimates – and this has repercussions for any ill-prepared HVAC user in the San Fernando Valley. A microclimate is a local atmospheric variation in climate due to any number of natural or urban sources. This causes certain climatic variations …Read More

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How Do Ceiling Fans Help your Air Conditioner in Summer?

Using ceiling fans to cool your house, either in conjunction with your air conditioner or on their own, can significantly reduce energy costs in between 10% to 40%; and during moderately hot weather, they can help cool your home without having to use an air conditioner at all. Ceiling Fans in Los Angeles Los Angeles experiences a hot and humid …Read More

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Best Window Coverings for HVAC systems

Window coverings are more than an accessory in home decor. They are an integral component of reducing heat gain/loss to and from your home, increasing the efficiency of your HVAC systems, and as a result, in reducing your energy costs. Therefore, it is essential that you understand the different types of window covering available out there and the …Read More

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Get Ready For Summer With An AC Tune Up

Hot Weather Comes Suddenly To The San Fernando Valley The Santa Ana winds are once again revving up to bring the desert heat and that means summer is almost here. The San Fernando Valley — encircled by Santa Susana, San Gabriel, Verdugo, and Santa Monica Mountain ranges and the Simi hills — has no way of naturally beating the hot and dry summer …Read More

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