Our Pros Answer Your Questions About Carbon Monoxide
Furnaces combust fuels such as oil and natural gas to create heat for your home. As a result of this process, carbon monoxide is released. Carbon monoxide is flammable and hazardous gas that can lead to a lot of health and breathing complications. Thankfully, furnaces are built with flue pipes that ventilate carbon monoxide safely
Why is the right amount of humidity so important for your home?
Oftentimes, we key in on temperatures when considering home comfort, but the humidity levels within your indoor environment play a bigger role than you might believe. Normally when we hear the word humidity, we narrow in on the weather outside. However, it is encouraged to make sure your house holds a humidity level between 30
Why is Your Heat Pump Tripping Your Circuit Breaker?
Having an appliance tripping your circuit breaker is never a good thing, but having your heat pump cause difficulties that disturb your home comfort is on Paso Robles Heating and Air’s list of “Bad Things.” If your heat pump is tripping your circuit breaker, it could mean you need a heat pump repair. Paso Robles
Why Its Important to Have Your AC Professionally Installed
Do-it-yourself has become a way of life for many people who want to conserve their money. But doing your own AC installation is not one of those DIYs you can ever do just alone. As a matter of fact, the industry is extremely regulated and expects correct licensing and extensive training on both installation techniques
Why It’s Important to Take Care of AC Repairs Before It Warms Up
The perfect time to have AC repairs and preventative maintenance schedule is the spring to guarantee your home keeps comfortable all summer long. HVAC professionals are very busy during the hotter months. If you have to have a repair in the Paso Robles summer, you might be losing your comfort waiting for a repair appointment.
Why Now is the Best Time for Air Conditioner Replacement
Spring is just ahead and that means that heat is coming our way. Lots of us are happy for that first heat wave and when we are able to turn our air conditioners on after months without use. But that phase of idle use can frequently cause concerns to our system that we usually can’t
HVAC Zoning Systems: What They Do and Why Your Home Needs One
Efficiency is an important aspect of using your home’s HVAC system. You want to be sure the smallest amount of energy is used to maintain comfortable temperatures. But the layout of your home and the preferences of different family members can change what’s “comfortable”. Taking all this into consideration can make using your HVAC system
When should you have your ducts cleaned?
All of the air you breathe in your home passes through your duct system. The ducts in your home take in and distribute air throughout your home—and in that air there are pollutants. Pet dander, pollen, dust and other pollutants move through your ducts and into the air in your home. When you realize this,
Why Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality is Significant
The worldwide spread of COVID-19 has likely flipped your typical schedule into a jumble. When times feel uncertain, you can take peace in knowing your house is your safe area. You’re probably spending more time there nowadays. Consequently your indoor air quality is now more critical than ever. Did you realize we can install indoor air
Which Air Conditioning Refrigerants Are Being Phased Out?
You might not think often about how your air conditioner works, but it requires refrigerant to keep your residence cool. This refrigerant is subject to environmental rules, as it contains chemicals. Based on when your air conditioner was added to your home, it may need R-22, R-410A or R-32 refrigerant. We’ll discuss the differences and