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How to Cool Down in the San Jacinto Summer Sun

We’ve been serving the San Jacinto area since 1967, so we know it can get hot when summertime hits. We’ve been providing residential and commercial customers alike with quality service and have accumulated some great advice for homeowners. We’ve listed a few fun events you won’t want to miss in San Jacinto this summer, as

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Do You REALLY Need to Buy Energy Efficient Appliances?

Unfortunately, appliances don’t last forever. When the time comes for you to replace your home appliances, you may be wondering if energy efficient appliances are the way to go. Though energy-saving appliances may require more of an up-front investment, they often pay for themselves over time when it comes to monthly home energy savings. Read

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Get Your Home Ready for Summer with These Affordable DIY Home Improvement Tricks

Summertime is on its way, and that means more time spent outdoors and more time lounging around at home in the summer heat. Why not make both the interior and exterior of your home more enjoyable this upcoming summer season? Check out these home improvement projects that will get your home ready for the upcoming

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Is Your Home Wasting Energy? How to Improve Your Home’s Efficiency

Most homeowners are concerned about how much energy is used in a typical year, because the energy use is directly related to your household energy bill. If you suspect that your home is wasting energy, you’ll probably want to check out this handy guide to help you figure out how to save on home energy

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Energy Efficient Lighting: LED versus CFL versus Incandescent

These days, there are countless choices for indoor lighting at home. Which do you choose? And why? You probably have heard of at least a few of the lightbulbs now available that are touted to be better for the environment, but it’s important to understand exactly how they compare to traditional incandescent lightbulbs. Consider this

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Top Myths About Energy Efficiency: Busted

One of the best ways to save on monthly home bills is to find ways to become more energy efficient. Many homeowners assume that you have to completely change your lifestyle to conserve enough energy to make a difference in their monthly bill. But the truth is that there are many simple steps that you

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5 Things Homeowners Should Know About HVAC Energy Usage

How well do you know your home’s HVAC system? If you don’t know much, you’re not alone. Get informed about your home’s HVAC energy usage starting today. With the right knowledge, your HVAC system will operate more efficiently and provide you and your loved ones with optimized home comfort. Not to mention, understanding your HVAC

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Home Energy Audits: How to DIY

Though a professional energy audit is the best way to determine how much energy your home is using (and wasting), San Jacinto homeowners can still conduct their own audit to find any problem areas and make the appropriate repairs. Below, we’ve laid out a simple checklist of steps to take to conduct your own DIY

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5 Go-To Resources About Going Green

More and more homeowners are recognizing the benefits of green living. Whether you want to reduce your impact on the environment and leave a better future for your family or you need to find more ways to reduce energy usage to save on monthly costs, there are so many benefits of going green. Not only

Are These Things Holding You Back from Lowering Your HVAC Costs?

Have you ever heard the phrase, “what you don’t know can’t hurt you”? Well, when it comes to HVAC system health and efficiently, this is just not the case. Sometimes you may think that the way you are running your HVAC system is increasing efficiency when in reality it is doing just the opposite. Below,