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Tom Kaney's Journey with Burgeson's Whole-Home Generator Installation

Ensuring Uninterrupted Creativity: Tom Kaney's Journey with Burgeson's Whole-Home Generator Installation

Tom Kaney, a retired philanthropist, runs Kaney Made Woodworking for Charity, supporting children and their families. Tom has touched many lives by crafting exquisite handcrafted wood pieces, such as charcuterie boards and custom plaques, and donating all profits to charity. His commitment to giving back is matched by his dedication to ensuring his home and workshop remain operational, regardless of external circumstances. This led him to seek out a whole-home generator solution, entrusting Burgeson’s, a company with whom he has had a long-standing relationship, for the installation.

What Are Trip Charges & Diagnostic Fees?

Trip charges and diagnostic fees are the cost of getting a licensed professional and their equipment to your door and the fee you pay to figure out what's wrong with your electrical, plumbing, or HVAC equipment. The trip charge, also known as a service call fee, is the cost of travel and reserving time with a certified professional. The diagnostic fee covers basic investigative services.

Fire Zone Rebates and Incentives for Southern California Homeowners

As a Southern California homeowner, the threat of wildfires is a reality you must face. However, you don't have to face it alone. Fire zone rebates and incentives offer a range of resources to bolster your property's safety and value. By taking advantage of these opportunities, you're not only protecting your investment but also contributing to the overall safety and well-being of your community.

Solar Maintenance VS. Solar Cleaning - What's the Difference?

Investing in a solar power system is a significant step towards sustainable energy use, and maintaining its efficiency is crucial for maximizing its benefits. It's important to understand that solar maintenance and solar cleaning, while both essential, serve different purposes in the upkeep of your system. Solar maintenance is a technical process that involves a thorough examination and servicing of your system's components. On the other hand, solar cleaning is primarily about keeping your panels and other parts free from environmental elements like dirt and debris and preventing damage from pests.

What Is Solar Maintenance? How Often & Why Do You Need It?

Solar energy is a renewable source of power, so it reduces greenhouse gas emissions and makes it easier for homeowners to manage their utility costs.

How Burgeson's Can Best Electrify Your Home

Homeowners in Southern California face a unique set of challenges due to the area's warm climate, energy concerns, and the ever-present threat of wildfires. However, there is a dual-purpose solution that addresses both energy efficiency and fire mitigation: electrifying homes.

What Is a Heat Pump? How Do They Differ From ACs & Water Heaters?

At first glance, a heat pump may appear to be just another household appliance, but it serves a much more versatile, efficient, and environmentally friendly role in temperature control. But what exactly is a heat pump, and how does it stand apart from traditional HVAC systems and water heaters?

Portable vs. Whole-Home Air Filtration: Which is Best?

Persistent coughs or headaches might be more than passing ailments; they could indicate poor indoor air quality. Everyday indoor pollutants, including dust mites, pollen, bacteria, and pet dander, are often the culprits behind allergy flare-ups and symptoms resembling the common cold. Installing an effective air filtration system in your home is the key to combating these irritants. However, before committing to a specific system, you must conduct thorough research to select the best option for your living space.

Ways to Offset the SCE Rate Increase

Southern California Edison provides electricity for approximately 15 million customers. That's why it was such a shock when the utility company announced a significant rate increase. As soon as the SCE rate increase went into effect, bills started increasing, with the average customer paying about $85 more per month than usual.