Now is a great time to schedule upgrades that increase the energy efficiency of your house, increase your overall comfort and put a real dent in those utility bills.
If you're currently living in Berkeley and planning to put your home on the market in the spring, you need to start preparing. Although selling a home requires a lot of preparation and work, an easy way to start getting ready is to have your BESO assessment performed now.
Ductless mini-split systems are gaining popularity for a variety of reasons. The fact that they do not rely on ductwork to heat or cool your home makes them a versatile choice for many homeowners.
If your home suddenly became uncomfortable or you were confronted with an exorbitant repair or replacement bill, your focus would definitely switch and cause unneeded stress. How can you avoid these unpleasant situations, and save your time and money for the things that really matter in life? Keep your home's HVAC systems taken care of with a service agreement.
As heating and cooling experts, we've had the opportunity to install energy efficient HVAC equipment in homes across Alameda, Contra Costa, and Marin counties. One of the most common questions we get from our customers is, "What can I do to keep my HVAC equipment running at its best?"
If you were too cold this past winter, there's an almost certain chance that you'll also be too hot when the temperatures seriously start to heat up outside. These issues with discomfort indicate larger problems within your home that not only cost you peace of mind, but also money.
While outdoor allergies usually flare up in the spring here in the El Cerrito area, indoor allergens can wreak havoc throughout the entire year. Common substances that can trigger allergies in your home include dust, pet dander and mold.
Does it seem like temperatures are ever-changing in your Bay Area home, with one room feeling warm and stuffy and the next room making you reach for a sweater? Achieving the perfect indoor temperature throughout your home can be difficult with a central ductwork system.
How has the furnace in your home been running these last few winters? Is it approaching that 15-year mark, barely able to deliver enough heat to your home? Is it somewhat newer, yet it never seems to kick in when you'd like it to? Perhaps you've noticed a number of issues, such as loud noises, a funny smell, or a yellow flame in the burner.
Dry air does much more than dry out your skin; it can also lead to a number of health issues and even undermine the safety of your home. If you want to promote greater health and safety at home, it's important to do what you can to ensure proper indoor humidity levels. Here is a look at six common problems caused by dry air, along with what you can do to combat them.
At Hassler, we are offering our customers a furnace and AC safety check for just $99. When you call us to evaluate your furnace, we’ll throw in an AC evaluation at no charge.
Save $25 off your next heating or cooling repair. Any make, any model, Hassler is prepared to repair your heating and cooling equipment.