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FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED HEATING AND AIR CONDITION IN CITRUS HEIGHTS CA!
We are proud to be a Family Owned & Operated Heating & Air Condition company here in Citrus Heights. Our company was founded on the principles of honesty, integrity, and a whole lot of hard work. We are here to serve your HVAC Cooling and Heating Systems as well as providing emergency repairs, maintenance, and installation like it’s our own. My family and I are committed to making sure your Air Conditioning and Heating systems stay running properly when you need them. Call Blue Line Energy Solutions today to schedule service or Installation on your HVAC Cooling and Heating system. You can count on us for all of your HVAC needs, We guarantee it!
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HOW TO CHOOSE A CONTRACTOR
Many firms make many claims about their track record, licensing and commitment to customer satisfaction. Most of them are being straight with you. Unfortunately, there are a few exceptions.
- How can you be sure that the company you hire is upstanding? We recommend following these tips for selecting a contractor:
Contractors State License Board
- Enter the contractor’s license number in the Contractors State License Board website. Our license number is 1064564. Check for the following:
- The license is current. It is illegal for a contractor to do work without a license.
- The bond is current. The bond offers protection for you in the event that work is done improperly.
- Worker’s compensation insurance is current. Any firm that has employees should have compensation insurance. Some firms don’t have employees, so it is not needed. In that case you need to decide if you want to contract with a one-person firm.
Better Business Bureau
- Search for the contractor in the Better Business Bureau website database. You can see our BBB record here. Check for the following:
- The contractor’s BBB rating. Ours is A+, the highest BBB rating.
- Check to see if the contractor is BBB Accredited. We are.
- Check references. Ask if there were any problems and, if so, how they were handled. Also ask how they found the contractor.
Get It In Writing
- Get any work to be done in writing ahead of time. Make sure the payment schedule is defined, and all work to be done is described.
Don’t Pay In Advance
- The contractor should not ask for final payment until the job is complete.
Who Will Lead Your Project?
- Find out if the person you are meeting with ahead of time will be involved in the project. Will they be back once the project starts and completes, or will they hand-off the project to someone else?
- Obtain multiple quotes from contractors who meet the qualifications mentioned above.
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Here you will find quick answers for common questions
HVAC (pronounced h-vack or spelled out) stands for heating, ventilating, and air conditioning. These three functions of a forced-air system are closely interrelated; all provide thermal comfort and healthy indoor air quality (IAQ).
The average life expectancy of an HVAC system depends on many factors. These factors include how often the system is used, the make and model, the age, and how often it was serviced. You can expect your HVAC to last about 15 years, while a heat pump can last a few years longer.
It is always a good idea to change your air filter in the fall and spring, just before at the start of the major heating and cooling seasons. Otherwise, check your filter every other month to assess whether it is clean enough to filter the contaminants properly.
How often should I have maintenance done on my air conditioner?
Maintenance on your air conditioning system should be performed at least once a year – spring to early summer (before the extreme temperatures arise). This will ensure maximum efficiency and keep repair issues to a minimum.
If you’re A/C or furnace is more than 12 years old, you should consider replacing it with a new, high-efficiency model. A modern HVAC system can save the typical household up to 50 percent on energy costs. While a new furnace and air conditioning unit can help lower utility bills, they can also offer a higher level of comfort throughout your home.
It is essential that your HVAC is the correct size for your home. Heating and cooling equipment that is over-capacity (too big) will not run as frequently or long enough to cool or heat appropriately. HVAC equipment that is under-sized, will also result in loss of comfort during temperature extremes. In both instances, energy efficiency will be extremely poor.
Some quick tips:
1. Clean and replace the air filters frequently.
2. Your system will work more efficiently when the blower is in the “on” position. The blower ensures constant airflow throughout the home, and allows for better air filtration.
3. Install curtains, shades, drapes, or shutters on windows that are exposed to extreme sunlight to keep room temperatures consistent and comfortable.
The indoor air quality (IAQ) of a home can depend on a variety of factors. Pet dander, dust, cleaning solutions, and even cooking can pollute your air, which can build up over time. Particulates trapped in the air can carry viruses or bacteria, and aggravate conditions like asthma and allergies. Home Service Heroes can provide an indoor air analysis and give you personalized results based on what we find.
Obviously, the season becomes a crucial factor for desired temperature settings in the home. In summer, the average temperature setting is 76°-78°, and 69°-71° during the winter. When leaving your house, it is important to avoid drastically altering the temperature setting. Never set your thermostat back more than 5 degrees as this will cause your HVAC to work harder – wasting energy and potentially harming the unit.