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Jan 2017 25

How to Make the Most Out of Your Space Heater

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How to Make the Most Out of Your Space Heater

The relentless winter storms that have pummeled the southland over the past month have brought intense rain and cold temperatures. If you are like many other homeowners trying to save money and energy this winter, you may have turned to the help of a space heater to keep warm when not using your home’s heater system. Here is everything you need to know to stay comfortable without breaking the bank this winter. Maximizing the Effect Of Your Space ...

Jan 2017 17

How Can I make My Home Greener?

Posted in All Posts, Efficiency, Featured
How Can I make My Home Greener?

Let’s face it; no one wants to spend hundreds of dollars every month on expensive utility bills. Even worse is the amount of damage that can be done by overusing energy. We all have to share our earth together, so why not start off the New Year by making your home a greener, more energy efficient living space for your family and for the better of the environment as well. The following are easy tips for creating a ...

Jan 2017 11

Can Extreme Changes In Temperatures Harm My HVAC Unit?

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Can Extreme Changes In Temperatures Harm My HVAC Unit

Living in Southern California, we know all too well the ever-changing temperatures that accompany our changing seasons. From thunderous down pours to clear blue skies, it seems as though each day brings different weather patterns than the one before it. This constant change in temperatures seems to result in multiple trips to the thermostat to adjust for comfort. When going back from hot to cold and back again, does this cause our HVAC systems harm? Luckily, we have an ...

Jan 2017 04

Using Insulation To Save Money

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Using Insulation To Save Money

Saving money on your utility bills is a common goal for many homeowners. After all, the number one source of energy usage in a home is it’s HVAC system and no one likes seeing a large electricity or gas bill after it’s been especially hot or cold. If you are looking for a cost-effective way to save money on your utility bills, improving your home’s insulation is one of your best options. How Does Insulation Work To ...

Dec 2016 28

Alps Air Conditioning and Heating Earns Esteemed 2016 Angie’s List Super Service Award

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Alps Air Conditioning and Heating Earns Esteemed 2016 Angie’s List Super Service Award

Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service  Alps Air Conditioning and Heating has earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of customer service to members of the local services marketplace and consumer review site in 2016. This achievement is particularly significant as Angie’s List experienced unprecedented member growth in 2016. More than 1.6 million consumers, many of whom were eager to quickly hire highly qualified service pros, ...

Nov 2016 30

Why Use Humidifiers During Winter?

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Why Use Humidifiers During Winter

There is no doubt our HVAC systems work over time to keep us comfortable during the cold winter months. If you are highly sensitive to the cold weather, you may be wondering what other precautions can be taken to minimize the affect of the cold on your home and the health of your family.  Luckily, there is an answer: humidifiers. Here are some things you need to know when it comes to using humidifiers inside your home to ...

Nov 2016 23

Alps Air Conditioning and Heating Honored With Two Awards From Southern California Gas Company and Southern California Edison At The 2016 Contractor Appreciation Night

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Contractor Appreciation Night

Due to outstanding customer service and energy reduction, the team at Alps Air Conditioning and Heating is proud to announce we have been awarded with the Silver Achievement Award based on customer energy reduction and satisfaction, as well as the Quality Workmanship Award. We are proud to be honored and featured among the top HVAC contractors in Southern California. At Alps, we offer three generations of air conditioning and heating expertise, serving all of Southern California since ...

Nov 2016 16

Ductwork Condensation: How It Can Damage Your Home

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Ductwork Condensation

When it comes to the longevity of your HVAC system, being proactive is key. A variety of issues involving your home’s HVAC and duct system can result in complicated problems, such as condensation in your ductwork. The following is everything you need to know regarding ductwork moisture and how it may affect your home. What Is Condensation In Your Ducts?  When the ducts in your home are filled with cool air and the air on the outside is warm, ...

Oct 2016 26

Aging HVAC Systems: What You Need To Know

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Aging HVAC Systems

Although it’s hard to believe, winter is just around the corner! With cooler temperatures, it can mean more work for your HVAC system to heat and ventilate your home. For many people this winter, their HVAC system will stop working due to the use of an old system. Because of this, proper maintenance becomes imperative to ensure you are protecting your HVAC system. Here are the top issues you need to know with older systems, and what you can ...

Oct 2016 12

HVAC Systems and Storms: The Steps You Need to Know

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HVAC Systems and Storms

We don't get a lot of storms, but when it rains it pours here in the southland. Here are some tips to keep your HVAC system working properly before, during and after the storm. HVAC Systems and Storms: Keep You Wires In Check Excessive rain and powerful winds can really put your HVAC system to the test here in Southern California. During a wet winter or a windy Santa Ana winds season, be sure to cover and secure your ...

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