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All About Indoor Air Quality: Information on Your Indoor Air and How to Improve It

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

Air: it’s everywhere on this planet. It has to be — otherwise we wouldn’t be here at all. Vital for all living things, the Earth’s air (a mixture of mostly oxygen and trace amounts of a few other gases) is one of our most important natural resources. Unfortunately, just like other natural resources, such as water and food, air can be contaminated. This is a fact most of us know too well. Those who live in densely populated cities or inversion-prone zones have likely viewed smoggy skylines from their windows. Others still have inhaled contaminated air from commercial emissions or natural disasters such as forest fires. But contaminated air isn’t something isolated to the great outdoors. It can happen indoors too. Read more on All About Indoor Air Quality: Information on Your Indoor Air and How to Improve It…

Everything You Need to Know About 1-800-Anytyme’s Plumbing Services

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

At 1-800-Anytyme, we offer a host of high-quality services designed to help homeowners and business owners get the most out of their properties. From comprehensive HVAC repair and installations to emergency drain cleaning, we do it all — and all at affordable rates. Our master plumbers have decades of experience and utilize the industry’s latest tools and technology to bring our clients incredible results with each and every plumbing service we perform. Whether you need a small leak repaired or an all-new water heater installed on your property, our team has you covered. On this page, we’ve put together an outline on everything you need to know about our high-quality plumbing services here at 1-800-Anytyme. Read on to learn more, and contact our San Diego, CA plumbing team at 1-760-477-2222 today!

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What happens if I don’t change my air filter?

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

The Importance Of Changing Your Air Filter in a Timely Manner

 

Air FilterWhile it seems incredibly easy, few individuals actually change our their air filter on a timely manor. In fact, most individuals seem to stretch out the air filter for as long as possible. The air filter, after all, is just a small insert that sits next to the furnace and AC unit, so what is the big deal about this blue, fuzzy obtect? Well, the big deal is that changing it once a month is not only going to improve the air quality inside of the house, but it also is going to reduce the amount of money you have to pay on monthly utility bills.

As the air filter starts to collect dust, dirt and other debris, two different things are going to happen. First, some of this debris is going to start passing through the filter. This is then sent directly into the airflow and out through the vents. This is the air you are breathing, so should individuals inside of the house suffer from allergies, especially to dust, the reduce air quality is going to significantly hinder them while inside of the house. For someone who is allergic to pets, as long as the pets are not properly cared for in terms of their hair and dander, this danger and hair is going to make its way into every single room of the house because of the air flow, which is not good.

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The Advantages of a Humidifier

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

Homeowners know all too well the wide range of allergies and physical reactions to the dry air of the northern San Diego area. While some individuals benefit from the lack of humidity associated with the Carlsbad region, there are also others who medically would gain comfort from a little atmospheric moistness added to their home environment. Would a humidifier added to your home comfort system be advantageous to you?

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Preparing Your Air Conditioning Unit for Fall

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

Even with the year-round warm temperatures of the Riverside area (at least compared to the rest of the United States), there’s never a better time to do some upkeep on your air conditioning unit as cooler temperatures are coming around the corner. Heating and cooling specialists will be the first to tell you the wisdom in regular unit maintenance to ensure the longest life and most optimal efficiency out of your equipment. Whether you or a professional perform some checks and/or repairs and replacements as needed, the time spent will result in less chance that a costly and inconvenient emergency will come up when you least expect it.

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What Makes an Air Conditioner Energy Efficient?

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

In the air conditioning market, going green is becoming more and more popular. As someone who lives in the greater northern San Diego area, you know how important it is for air cooling systems to be both effective and environmentally functional. But what is it exactly about a particular cooling unit that makes it “energy efficient”?

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The Best Thermostat Choice for Your Home

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

As residents of Riverside or one the nearby cities, you are well acquainted with the need for an efficient heating and cooling system when temps not only become chilly in the winter but also skyrocket in the summer. Now that summer is fast approaching, the difference between a sufficiently cooled home without an unreasonably energy bill and sweltering misery might lie in your choice of thermostat for your home. Let us help you select the thermostat that will keep you comfortable while giving your wallet some relief as well.

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Optimizing the Function of Your Forced Air Conditioner

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

For residents of Riverside and the surrounding areas, summer is just around the corner. Whether the hottest season is almost here or not, forced air conditioning systems require yearly (or more) checkups. With so many components working in sync, when one part, thermostat, or section of ductwork requires repair, the whole unit is affected. Therefore, it’s important to inspect your forced air conditioning unit regularly as needed to prevent the necessity for repairs and ensure that it’s functioning as optimally as possible. An optimally working forced air conditioner will also lower your energy bill.

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Going Green: Environmentally Friendly Air Conditioning

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

You are not only concerned with staying cool when the summer heat is strongest but, also with keeping that energy bill as inexpensive as possible. Thankfully, as conservation continues to be a front-page topic, more and more models of home comfort systems are also being designed with environmental impact in mind. If you’re upgrading your air conditioner in northern San Diego County and going green, you might just find the perfect unit for your needs.

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Choosing the Right Window Mounted Air Conditioner for Your Living Space

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

As the hottest part of summer comes in for those living in San Diego, a well functioning window mounted air conditioner is a must. Before maintenance of the unit is even an issue, picking the right size model for the place where you live is highly important. Contrary to what some may believe, there is such a thing as “too big” or “too small.”

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Central Air Units vs Window AC Units

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

If you have spent time in the greater northern San Diego area, you know the right choice in cooling units is the difference between misery and comfort on the hottest of summer days. Depending on the size of the residence and lifestyle needs, you may decide to install either a central air unit or a window-mounted air conditioner.

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How to Lower Your Air Conditioning Bill

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

For residents of northern San Diego and the surrounding towns, summer is headed this way and with it warm temperatures. Depending on your cooling system, if you run your air conditioner for a long period of time, that bill can get expensive.

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Maintenance of Central Air and Window-mounted Units

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

In San Diego County, air conditioning is very important. We see very high summer temperatures hit every year, and a lack of air conditioning can make your house a dangerous place to be in the heat of the day.. Whether you use your cooling unit much of the time or not, regular maintenance of your air conditioner is essential to keeping it running efficiently and preventing the need for expensive, unforeseen major repairs at the least convenient time.

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Preparing Your Air Conditioner for Spring and Summer

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

In San Diego, spring is in and summer is on its way. If you haven’t done so yet, now is the time to make sure your air cooling unit will be ready for the heat.

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Finding In-home Air Leaks

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

If you’re a resident of San Diego or the surrounding areas, it’s important to make sure your home is properly airtight. Air leaks in your house can cause you to slowly lose significant amounts of heat or cool air without your even knowing it, resulting not only in a potentially high bill payment but also an inefficient method of cooling or heating your home. With winter on its way out and spring just around the corner, both situations are a very real, continuous problem if you have not found and fixed air leaks in your home.

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