Tips To Stay Warm in Southern California

warm cal airBack to school only means two things in Southern California; First thing is less kids hanging outside convenience stores & the second is to get ready for the cold to slowly creep in. Luckily, we’re here to help you out in what to do in order to keep your house nice and warm. When it comes to heating, we are the company to call!

One of the main things to do is to make sure your home is well insulated. Most homes are already well insulated, but if you live inside a home that was built before certain years, then you should look into insulation. Insulation is important because it keeps the warmth in your home from escaping…which can mean having to run your heater less, which ends up saving you money! 🙂

Another thing you should be looking for is that the HVAC vents are not blocked by any object or furniture. People often have extra guest bedrooms and don’t notice that they have blocked a vent that is needed for better efficiency.


Important thing before turning on a home heater is to ensure that it has not dust in or around the actual unit. Having any form of dust can cause house fires which can ignite very easily. A simple wipe down of dust and cobwebs can help from any form of accidents from happening.

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