Hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Pleasant Hill’

Choosing Rooftop HVAC Units for Your Business

Monday, November 8th, 2021
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The most common option for providing air conditioning and heating to a commercial space is through the use of packaged rooftop HVAC units. You are probably familiar with this setup, even if you don’t realize it. You’ve likely seen them on top of most commercial buildings, and they’re really popular locations for action movie scenes!

But rooftop units serve a far more important purpose than for fictional “bad guys” to hide behind or give heroes a place to run for safety. They are the premier choice for many business owners for a reason. Read on to learn more!

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These Signs Indicate You Need Professional AC Service

Monday, October 25th, 2021
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When you live somewhere as warm as our climate, you know we don’t really get that long of a break during the wintertime from warmer temperatures. This is why we need to take such great care of our air conditioners!

It starts with investing in annual air conditioning maintenance. This ensures that your cooling system works as efficiently and effectively as possible, for as long as possible. Maintenance allows our technicians to catch small problems before they become bigger ones. Of course, repair needs can still crop up between maintenance sessions. Read on to learn what the signs are that you need AC repair.

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Was This Summer Your AC System’s Last?

Monday, October 11th, 2021

How comfortable were you this summer? Really think about it. Yes, when we are going outside and spending time in the heat, we expect to be hot but the same shouldn’t apply to when we are in our homes. If you found yourself struggling to stay cool over the past several months it likely means you need an air conditioning service in Pleasant Hill, CA.

If you had an especially uncomfortable summer, it may mean that you need to call about a system replacement, rather than the usual repair. Let’s look at the signs that will let you know your AC has seen its last summer.

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