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    • How to Quiet Your Home’s A/C

      Noisy air conditioner? The best option, whether yours makes noise from the indoor component or the outdoor compressor, is to upgrade with a modern HVAC system that features noise abatement technology. ...

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    • How to Understand Air Conditioner Ratings

      Shopping for a new central air conditioner lacking a familiarity with air conditioner ratings is like going hiking barefoot. You’re not going to get very far. Ratings that show the cooling efficiency ...

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    • Common A/C Condensate Drain Problems

      During the normal cooling process, your A/C extracts water from the air and sends it outdoors through the built-in drainage system. Problems with the drain system can result in unpleasant odors, mold ...

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    • Energy Saving Tips for Your North County, San Diego Home

      As the weather heats up, our San Diego and North County customers are always looking for ways to stay cool without seeing their energy bills skyrocket. So, we’ve compiled a list of tips that we, along ...

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    • Your Airtight California Home: A Beginner’s Guide to Caulk

      Sealing your home against the outdoors is both an energy-efficient way to save money on your energy bill and a way to improve comfort in your home. A basic guide to caulk will allow you to understand ...

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    • How Can Professional Duct Cleaning Benefit Your San Diego Home?

      The wind in the San Diego, La Costa, and Oceanside areas does its part to keep the air outdoors clean, but maintaining good air quality at home takes some extra effort. In some cases, professional ...

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    • Key Signs Your A/C Ducts Need a Cleaning

      Having dirty ducts can reduce air quality and airflow through your North San Diego home. But how can you accurately detect when your A/C ducts need a cleaning? Fortunately, there are some telltale ...

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    • Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Your Vista HVAC Contractor!

      The staff at Sherlock Heating and Air Conditioning would like to wish you and your loved ones a very Merry Christmas and a happy holiday season! We hope this time is filled with much love, laughter, ...

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    • Unsealed Ducts? You’re Wasting Energy and Money

      A home with forced air heating or cooling uses a system of ductwork to distribute the conditioned air. In general, the ductwork is located out of sight, in an attic, a crawl space, the garage or ...

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    • Best Practices of Ductwork Design

      If you are designing a new home or retrofitting areas in your current home, you certainly want and expect your contractors to use best practices of building science. The same is true for your ductwork ...

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    • It’s Necessary to Have Tight Ducts to Keep Heat Inside Your Home

      San Diego has beautiful sunny days, but reliable heat is still important. Annual visits from experienced technicians are an important part of HVAC care. Here are red flags that professionals watch ...

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    • Why the Right HVAC Placement is Essential

      Proper HVAC placement can improve the efficiency, operating costs and service life of an air conditioner. The A/C air handler including the evaporator coil and blower fan are located indoors, usually ...

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    • Energy Efficiency: Ceiling Fans and Your Home

      Without a doubt, a ceiling fan is one of the most effective ways to increase your comfort during the summer. They let you decrease the indoor temperature , which cuts your electric bill, without ...

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    • How to Conduct Energy Tests at Home

      If you want to lower your energy consumption and monthly utility bills, a good way to start is by conducting some energy tests and taking steps to eliminate waste. Here are a few of the most common ...

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    • You Need to Know These Common Energy Myths

      Saving energy in your North San Diego home helps you lower your energy bills while also helping the environment. In order to make sure you’re doing what you can to reduce energy usage, watch out for ...

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    • Unsealed Ducts? You’re Wasting Energy and Money

      A home with forced air heating or cooling uses a system of ductwork to distribute the conditioned air. In general, the ductwork is located out of sight, in an attic, a crawl space, the garage or ...

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    • Lower Energy Bills are a Nice Gift to Yourself

      As exciting as the holiday season may be, it also tends to bring unwanted guests such as high energy costs. Fortunately, you can make some simple adjustments to your HVAC system and daily habits to ...

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    • Find Out How a Variable-Speed Furnace Can Improve Home Efficiency

      If you’re shopping for a new furnace for your San Diego area home, one feature you’ll definitely want to consider is multi-stage, multi-speed operation. Specifically, look for a two-stage furnace that ...

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    • Furnace Tune Up Special Just in Time for the Cold Weather in San Diego

      During the heating season, when you use your furnace the most, you need to make sure that you remember the importance of routine system maintenance and furnace repair for your safety and comfort. ...

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    • Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Your Vista HVAC Contractor!

      The staff at Sherlock Heating and Air Conditioning would like to wish you and your loved ones a very Merry Christmas and a happy holiday season! We hope this time is filled with much love, laughter, ...

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    • Top Mobile Apps All Homeowners Need

      Mobile apps have come home. Many smartphone and tablet apps now help you manage your household and the home’s physical infrastructure to keep you on a maintenance schedule, guide you through how-to ...

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    • Best HVAC Tools for Any Job

      When you call an expert to fix your heating or cooling system, it’s important that they come prepared. Some issues can be fixed with basic tools such as a wrench, screwdriver, pliers, etc. But many ...

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    • Your Pets Should Treat HVAC Technicians Well

      If you have pets, especially dogs that are easily excitable, aggressive, territorial or protective of you and your home, inviting an HVAC technician or other type of tradesman into your residence can ...

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    • Can Temperature Affect Your Sleep?

      Many of us find a good night's sleep to be elusive. Fortunately, sleep research has advanced remarkably in recent years, revealing many reasons for sleeplessness that have to do with our lifestyles, ...

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    • 4 Ways Smart Homes Save You Money

      Smart technology seems to be everywhere these days from our cellphones to most of the systems in our homes and cars. Smart technology allows us to streamline procedures and adds to convenience, but it ...

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    • Understanding How Air Pollutants Get in Your Home

      Air pollutants in your home can be a source of irritation or even illness. Inside the enclosed environment of today’s tightly-sealed energy-efficient houses, pollutants may concentrate at levels that ...

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    • The Most Important Areas of Your Home to Ventilate

      Lingering odors, stuffy rooms, germs and moisture problems — a lack of daily air exchange has very unpleasant side effects for your comfort and health. In fact, most homes harbor at least one serious ...

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    • Considering Improving Your Home’s IAQ With UV Lights? Here’s What You Need to Know

      While your air filter cleans the air inside your house, UV lights actually sterilize it. Factors that degrade indoor air quality include inorganic particulates like dust or lint fibers that you can ...

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    • Make the Most of Your Thermostat this Season

      When the seasons change, so do your home comfort needs. As you change your furnace filter and schedule your furnace check up for the fall, don’t forget to reset your programmable thermostat. Your ...

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    • Tips for Getting the Most Energy Savings From Your Programmable Thermostat

      A programmable thermostat gives you the power to establish consistent temperature changeovers for energy savings and carefree comfort. By programming temperatures to serve your lifestyle, you can ...

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    • Energy Saving Tips for Your North County, San Diego Home

      As the weather heats up, our San Diego and North County customers are always looking for ways to stay cool without seeing their energy bills skyrocket. So, we’ve compiled a list of tips that we, along ...

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    • Best Situations to Use a Ductless, Mini-Split System

      When you’re looking for a more efficient way to heat and cool your home, ductless mini-split systems could be a good option to consider. These systems use electricity to run rather than depending on ...

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    • 4 Ways Smart Homes Save You Money

      Smart technology seems to be everywhere these days from our cellphones to most of the systems in our homes and cars. Smart technology allows us to streamline procedures and adds to convenience, but it ...

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    • Tips to Prevent Basement Flooding in Your Home

      If your house has a basement, chances are that basement flooding may already be a familiar issue. Insurance statistics show that the majority of homes with basements will experience some sort of water ...

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    • Pros and Cons: Tankless Water Heaters

      The disadvantages of a traditional water heater such as the constant heating of your water supply even when you’re asleep or at work make it worthwhile to look for an alternative. A tankless water ...

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    • Bundling Up Your Water Heater During Winter Cold Spells

      Most homeowners think about their water heaters when they develop problems. Obviously, that’s too late because you’ll not only have to spend money on repairs but also put up with cold showers. Prepare ...

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    • Water Heater Sizing: Does Your Home Need Multiple?

      When the time comes to replace a water heater or look at water heater placement in new construction or renovations, it’s worth asking the question: “Should we install more than one?” With new ...

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