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Get to Know Carrier: 5 Products We Love

As a leader in heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration solutions, Carrier continues to provide top-of-the-line HVAC products and systems that help optimize home comfort for homeowners across the globe. Since most individuals do not research the home comfort systems available on the market until they are ready to buy, we thought we would show you

The Top HVAC Resources for New Homeowners

It’s hard enough being a new homeowner and adapting to your new neighborhood (or state!) plus figuring out which light switch controls what. The plumbing, electrical, and structural issues are now YOUR problem, not your landlord’s or your dad’s… On top of all of that, you’re probably exhausted from moving all your junk, cleaning the

Types of Air Filters

Which Type of Air Filter Do You Need?

Every air conditioning system uses some type of filter in the air handler. Air filtration keeps dust and allergens from recirculating in the air you breathe, helping you keep your family happy and healthy. The right air filter can reduce allergy symptoms while improving your home comfort. Below, we’ll discuss what types of air filters

Ductwork Cleaning Services

When Do I Need to Have My Air Ducts Cleaned?

Whether you rely on your air ducts every day or turn your heating and air system off intermittently, ductwork will need occasional cleaning. Air filters do not always reduce the risk of mold. If you notice any signs of allergens or your service technician recommends a cleaning, consider professional services. Signs Your Air Ducts Need

Mold in AC

How to Tell if Your Air-Conditioning System Has Mold

Discovering mold in the home sends many homeowners into a panic. Uncontrolled mold can lead to serious respiratory illness, eye irritation, and skin reactions. Some individuals may develop asthma after prolonged exposure to mold. If your air-conditioning system contains mold, act as soon as possible to reduce the risk of negative health outcomes. What Causes

New Thermostat Benefits

The Benefits of a New Thermostat

If you’re still relying on the thermostat installed when your house was built 20 years ago, you may want to consider an upgrade. Why Invest in a New Thermostat? Here are some of the top reasons homeowners may want to consider upgrading an old thermostat to a newer and better model: Improving Your Home Comfort

Fall in Canoga Park

5 Reasons Canoga Park is the BEST During Fall

There is no place we would rather be during the fall season than Canoga Park. The weather is beautiful and perfect for enjoying all of your favorite fall outdoor activities. Not to mention, the area has some of the best seasonal celebrations around! Whether you are just visiting, just moved here, or you are a

Asbestos

Do I REALLY Have to Think About Asbestos in 2016? Here’s What You Need to Consider

Researchers in the United States started recognizing the dangers of asbestos in the early 20th century. Still many major industries continued to use asbestos to create structures and goods throughout the 20th century, hitting its peak in the U.S. from 1940 to 1975. Though the Environmental Protection Agency banned products containing asbestos in 1989, most

two stage heating

What is Two-Stage Heating?

As you start to explore heating options for your home or office, you may need to think about the types of furnaces on the market. A two-stage heating furnace may work best in settings requiring improved efficiency and a subtler heating experience. This is what you need to know to decide if a two-stage furnace