The Best AC System for Your Rancho Santa Margarita Home

April 15th, 2024

The hot weather has officially arrived and that means it’s time to start thinking about air conditioning service Rancho Santa Margarita, CA. How confident are you in your AC system’s ability to cool your home for the next six months? If your system is old and outdated, it might be time for an upgrade.

Even if your system is technically still working, consider how much it costs to run it. If your system is more than ten years old, an upgraded model will drastically reduce the cost of operation and make it much more affordable to cool your home during our extended cooling season. 

The exact savings will depend on the new model you choose, but you stand to save quite a bit by upgrading an old air conditioner. Let’s look at your options for the best AC system for your Orange County home. 

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5 Tips to Get Your Plumbing System Ready for Spring

April 1st, 2024

Spring has officially “sprung” and that means the good weather will soon be here. After the unusually rainy winter we’ve had in Orange County, residents are looking forward to spending some time outside in the sunshine.

Spring is also a time for tackling DIY tasks involved with the change of seasons. If you don’t already have a list of plumbing maintenance tasks, here are five things you can do to make sure your plumbing system is ready for the spring. 

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It’s Time to Schedule AC Maintenance in Orange County CA

March 18th, 2024

After an extended season of sweater weather, many Orange County, CA residents are looking forward to the arrival of spring. With the unpredictability of the arrival of hot weather, before you know it, you could be facing temperatures in the 80s or 90s. How confident are you in your air conditioner’s ability to tackle a sudden heat wave?

The best way to achieve peace of mind that your AC is ready for the hot weather in the near future is to schedule air conditioning service now. Whether you have a heat pump, mini split, or central AC, spring is the ideal time to get a tune-up. Let’s go over six benefits of routine maintenance.

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What Are My Options for AC Installation?

March 4th, 2024

Despite the cold and rainy winter we’ve experienced here in SoCal, we’re due for some warm and sunny weather any day now. Once the heat and sun arrive, how confident are you in your AC’s ability to deliver the cool comfort you require? 

If you suspect that your current air conditioner is outdated, it might be time to consider replacing it with a new and improved system. Whether you want a new central air conditioner or want to upgrade to an energy-efficient heat pump, let’s go over your options for AC replacement. Whichever system you choose, count on us for all your air conditioning services in Orange County

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Is a Sump Pump a Good Investment in California?

February 19th, 2024

The term “atmospheric river” is one that until a couple of years ago wouldn’t commonly be associated with Southern California. And yet, we’ve been plagued by occurrences of atmospheric rivers this year. 

These episodes should serve as a reminder to homeowners in Orange County that a sump pump is a wise investment in a home. Whether you need sump pump installation or the latest bout of heavy rain warranted the need for sump pump repair, we’re here to help. We’ve served SoCal homeowners since 1981 and you can count on us for services that bring peace of mind during periods of inclement weather.

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Don’t Ignore These 4 Signs You Need Water Heater Repair

February 5th, 2024

When your water heater is working as it should, you’ll hardly notice it. But at the first signs of trouble, you’ll become acutely aware of it. From a lack of water pressure to a shower that turns cold halfway through, the signs that your water heater is struggling will make themselves known.

The worst thing you could do is ignore these calls for help. Let’s go over four signs that you need water heater repair in Orange County. Your water heater is an important and expensive piece of equipment responsible for keeping your home supplied with hot water 24/7. It pays to take care of any problems promptly.

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Get Your Home’s Plumbing Ready for the Big Game!

January 22nd, 2024

The Sunday of the Big Game is known for a lot of things: its amazing commercials, spectacular half-time shows, and delicious snacks. If you’ve been to or hosted a Big Game event, you know you’re in for a lot of foods that aren’t exactly good for you.

In fact, right after Thanksgiving, Big Game Sunday is the busiest day of the year for plumbing companies. Unfortunately, all those snacks and the number of party guests can wreak some serious havoc on plumbing systems. Let’s go over four ways you can get your home’s plumbing Big Game ready and avoid the need for a Mission Viejo plumber

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Why Is My Furnace Short Cycling?

January 8th, 2024

We’re finally experiencing some cold weather with temperatures low enough to cause you to start using your furnace. After so many months of not using your heating system, there are certain issues that can pop up that interfere with your furnace’s ability to heat your home adequately.

A common repair we see this time of year is short cycling. If you have a furnace short cycling in Orange County, you may be confused about what exactly is going on. A short cycling furnace needs prompt attention. Let’s explain why.

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Why Heat Pumps Are Perfect for Orange County

December 25th, 2023

Some homeowners who want a heat pump installed in their homes may have heard both good and bad things about them. We’d like to dispel any misconceptions you may have heard about heat pumps. When it comes to an HVAC system, you can’t go wrong with a heat pump in Orange County.

Homeowners who live in very cold climates are the only ones who need to worry about a heat pump’s efficiency. Let’s go over why a heat pump is a great choice for any SoCal homeowner.

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How Much Water Do Plumbing Leaks Waste?

December 11th, 2023

Water is a precious resource and that’s especially true here in Orange County, CA where droughts are common. It’s important to take care of plumbing repairs such as leaky faucets and toilets not only because they waste so much water, but they’ll also cost you more every month because of increased water usage. 

According to the EPA, household plumbing leaks account for almost one trillion gallons of water wasted each year across the US. That’s equal to the annual household water use of more than 11 million homes! From a toilet that seems to run constantly to a slow drip from your kitchen faucet, let’s look at exactly how much water leaks can cause in terms of wasted water and increases in your water bill. 

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