We all enjoy the fresh scent of a clean home. But, have you ever wondered what type of ingredients you’re actually breathing in?
The heat of summer is here. Some may choose to cool off at the pool, while others would rather enjoy the relief of a frozen beverage. But what happens when you come home and the heat follows? Use these tips to stay cool while you wait for your trusted Gladd technician to save the day:
Summer is here! Here are 5 ways to save money over the summer season, from our expert technicians:
Vacations should be a break from everyday worries, like high utility bills. Our technicians have compiled a few tips for homeowners to save money and avoid accidents while they are away:
In Southern California, we like to try new things. Many will search the Internet for new home improvement ideas. In order to stay on budget when surfing the net, some homeowners turn to DIY projects. But many don’t realize that quick fixes could be doing more harm than good.
We are entering the time of year when your HVAC equipment will be used the most. So, now is the best time to begin efficiently managing your system, before the heat is too much to handle. Here are a few tips for keeping utility bills low:
Sleep is essential to clear thinking, positive feelings, and overall health. If you are waking up in the middle of the night or having trouble falling asleep, there are ways your HVAC system can help.
At GLADD, we are very proud of the relationships we have built with our customers and our ability to constantly provide outstanding service. We want to make sure that if a homeowner calls another company, that they know what questions to ask.
It may be tempting to just go to the beach and leave all your worries behind, but ignoring pest problems can have major consequences.
Summer is going to be here before we know it! And in California that means scorching heat. Your air conditioning unit may need to be run around the clock to keep your home comfortable. But is it up for the challenge?
When customers call us looking for ways to save money on their monthly energy bills, we usually give them two suggestions: change your air filter and adjust your thermostat settings. Use these tinkering tips to start saving money on heating and cooling costs:
We have assembled a list of the most common HVAC terms, acronyms, and their meanings. We want our customers to speak about their systems with confidence. And, don’t worry- there’s no Pop Quiz at the end.
These microscopic mold spores can take over in just a few short weeks. We have determined the warning signs to watch out for and how to eliminate the threat before your system suffers from a complete infiltration.
Spring is in the air! It’s time to think about being outside and prepping for the heat of summer. Some homeowners may be focused on spring-cleaning and may too busy to realize that their electricity bill is higher than normal. One of the factors that may be making your home uncomfortable is decreased airflow.
Are you too scared to open your utility bill each month? You shouldn’t have to be. There are changes that you can make, big and small, that can have a positive impact on your monthly utility budget.
It is almost air-conditioning season, which means it’s a great time to assess the performance of your HVAC system. While checking your A/C may not be at the top of your To-Do list during the winter or spring, it’s a good idea to check it early, in order to avoid common problems, such as refrigerant leaks, before the heat of summer sets in.
As we finally begin the transition from winter into spring, it’s time to check our seasonal to-do list. That’s right, it’s time for homeowners to begin prepping for air-conditioning season.
Use the following tips to assist your system in the fight against pet hair and dander buildup:
If you are between maintenance appointments, there are a few things you can do to keep dust from building up on your heater or air-conditioner.
With all the financial responsibilities that come with homeownership, saving money is at the top of your list of priorities. But if you just can’t seem to bring your energy costs down, your insulation could be the answer to your problem.