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  • Unsealed Ducts? You’re Wasting Energy and Money
    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
    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
    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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  • Energy Saving Tips for Your North County, San Diego Home
    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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  • How Can Professional Duct Cleaning Benefit Your San Diego Home?
    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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  • How to Install Heating Duct Insulation in Your Vista Home
    How to Install Heating Duct Insulation in Your Vista Home

    Uninsulated HVAC heating ducts in attics, subfloors and basements regularly lose heat through the walls, consequently reducing the efficiency of your heating system. The best way to reverse this ...

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