Avis Home Solutions Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Orange’

5 Common AC Repair Needs

Monday, August 17th, 2020
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Summer in California is a great time of year for beach days, backyard BBQs, and outdoor exploration. It is also the season when we are all the most dependent on our air conditioners to keep our home livable. Especially on those days, or during those weeks, when the temperatures are unbearable, you need to be able to trust that your AC can keep your home cool. If your system has a repair need, however, you may be toeing the line on a breakdown of your home comfort.

You may want to be on the alert for some of these common issues that will need professional AC repair in Orange, CA. The earlier that you catch these issues, the less likely you are to encounter a breakdown during a heatwave.

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What is the Importance of IAQ?

Monday, July 20th, 2020
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California air quality can fluctuate quite a bit, from the Santa Anas to wildfires, to high humidity or dust storms and more. This can impact your allergies, cause asthma symptoms to flare up, and can even reduce the air quality in your house. Thankfully there are ways to boost your home’s indoor air quality.

You have the option to opt for an air filtration system or an air purifier in Orange, CA to improve your home’s indoor air. If you are wondering whether your IAQ is really that important, we want you to know that it is. Investing in systems that help is a great choice.

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End-of-Season Heater Repairs

Monday, March 30th, 2020
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It might feel like spring is teasing us with these chilly mornings and steamy afternoons. It would be nice if we didn’t need to use our comfort systems throughout the day, right? With that said, now is a good time to consider taking a look at your heating system.

While the use of your heater is likely winding down for the year, it doesn’t mean you should just shut it off and not think about it until next winter. You actually should still take the time to check on it before shutting things down. Why? Because doing so could mean catching a repair need that will only worsen if it isn’t addressed.

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