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Our Recommended Thermostat Settings for winter in the Bay Area
We’re lucky to have such mild weather here in the Bay Area. But we’re approaching that time of year when temperatures are going to dip…
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8 Gas Furnace Safety Tips for Bay Area Homeowners
Although gas furnaces are designed to operate safely in your home, a number of things can go wrong over the course of their operating lives…
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Cracked Heat Exchangers: What Bay Area Homeowners Need to Know
Of all the things that can go wrong with your furnace, a cracked heat exchanger is one of the most serious. That’s because a cracked…
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When is it Time to Replace Your Furnace? 7 Questions to Ask
Choosing to repair or replace your furnace is a decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly. A new heating system is a big investment for your…
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5 Things to Check When Your Furnace is Not Heating… And When to Call the Pros
We’re well into the heating season, which means this is one of the worst times of the year to experience problems with your furnace in…
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Don’t Ignore Strange Noises Coming from your Furnace
You’re probably used to the normal operating noises of your furnace: the sound of your unit kicking on or air blowing through your registers. But…
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Now’s a Great time to Schedule Your Annual Furnace Maintenance with Cabrillo!
Fall is officially here in the Bay Area! This is the time of year that homeowners can not only enjoy some beautiful weather, but also…
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4 Benefits of Installing a Heat Pump Heating System in your Bay Area Home
Although a furnace is the most well-known type of residential heating system, a heat pump is another kind of heating system that is growing in popularity in…
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Buying a Furnace this Year? Here are some Key Factors to Consider
You have a lot of decisions to make when you’re buying a new furnace, and it can be stressful trying to figure out which choices…
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Proper Carbon Monoxide Detector Placement is Important to your Home’s Safety
One of the best ways to keep your home safe this heating season is to check that your carbon monoxide (CO) detectors are functioning properly.…
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