Homeowner Heating and Air Conditioning Survival Guide

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It is usually many years before homeowners have to deal with replacing their heating or cooling equipment, so here are some tips on what homeowners should look for to avoid costly mistakes. Choose a reliable contractor with a valid State Contractors License. Check with the Contractors State License Board at 1-800/321-CSLB(2752). Make sure that permits…

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Solving Problems

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I visit numerous homes each week and talk to homeowners regarding the replacement of their older heating and cooling systems. I enjoy “teaching” homeowners about new types of equipment and the options that are available today. I really like solving their heating and cooling problems. Was the old system noisy? Were there rooms that were…

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What Every Homeowner should know before Buying a New Heating and Cooling System

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Interview the contractor – How long have they been in business? Ask for proof that they have a State Contractors License, in their name. Check with The California State License Board and check to see if they have current Liability and Workers’ Compensation Insurance policies. Who owns the company? Do they have an actual business…

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Heating & Cooling Tips for Homeowners

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How can homeowners, insure that a new heating and cooling system will be installed properly, and that the equipment will work as it was designed? Heating and air conditioning systems have not changed much in their basic design and operation for almost 50 years. New equipment is certainly more advanced, but they are basically designed…

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The Key to Success

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That day will come, when you will decide that the time has come to replace your heating and air conditioning system. What features will you be looking for in a new system? Do you have enough information? How will you know which is the right system for you? How long should a new system last?…

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