There’s no getting around it: home service projects can be expensive. Installing a new HVAC system, replacing a sewer line, or rewiring your home can easily cost thousands of dollars.
Need HVAC maintenance and wondering how much it will cost?
With California experiencing more frequent and severe wildfires, residents are often advised to stay indoors. However, fine particles from wildfire smoke will probably make their way into your home and accumulate over time, affecting the air quality inside your home.
In 2020, about half a million homes across California suddenly lost power due to a heat storm that impacted much of the state. The root cause of this blackout is said to be improper planning on the part of energy providers, who have said that they have since invested in careful organization to prevent any loss of power in the future. However, even with more extensive planning, there is no guarantee that power shortages like this one won’t occur in the future.
When planning for a solar energy system, one of the first questions homeowners ask is how many panels they need to completely power their homes.
You’ve probably heard how solar energy can help you save money on your electric bill, but the cost of installation isn’t as widely talked about.
If your outside AC unit is frozen, this isn’t normal.
Thinking of adding a gas line to your home? If so, the first question on your mind is how much the installation will cost.
Our answer? It completely depends.
When you are running your AC system and notice water leaking around the indoor unit, there is likely an issue. Air conditioners do produce moisture as a byproduct of the cooling process but in normal operation, that moisture should be contained and should flow safely outside your home.