The Disney Gif Guide To HVAC

Being too hot or cold can really mess with you. Here are 10 times Disney movies illustrated that perfectly. Have a look, then call your HVAC company to fix your HVAC systems and get you to the perfect comfortable temperature.

1.  When that AC hits you just right.
Pocahontas wiind gif

2. Heat makes you cranky. Seriously, cool down.
hades hot mad gif

3.  Of course, not too cold or someone could get a frozen heart.
frozen HVAC

4. When the furnace comes on and you feel that rush of warm air.
Disney fire gif furnace

5. Hearing sneezes and realizing you forgot to change the filters again.
Disney Dumbo sneeze clean HVAC

6. If your AC is growling and shooting fire at you, it’s time for major repairs, or maybe a complete replacement!

Disney AC gif repair replace

7. Realizing your AC hasn’t been checked by an HVAC professional since last year, and summer’s just a few weeks away. disney frustrated gif

8. If you thought you could just ignore those noises your HVAC unit was making, you’ll find out different when it catches firedidnt-end-well-gif

9. Next to a personal flurry, a portable AC is the best way to avoid melting in summer. personal flurry gif

10. We would hate for you to be stuck in this poor guy’s predicament. This summer, give California Air a shout–we’ll get your air conditioning system in tip-top shape! gif hot disney

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How To Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning In Your Home

Carbon Monoxide is an invisible, odorless gas that can leak from HVAC units or systems and spread throughout your home. It is a silent killer that you may not notice until it is too late. For this reason, it is important to be educated on ways to recognize and prevent this type of disaster from happening.

How Does Carbon Monoxide Get Into My Home?

Carbon Monoxide is produced during the burning of gas, oil, coal, wood, propane, and kerosene. It can leak from the following HVAC units if they are not properly maintained and sealed.

  • Central Heating System
  • Boilers
  • Furnaces
  • Portable Heaters
  • Water Heaters
  • Gas Stoves

What Does Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Look Like?

Once it is breathed in, Carbon Monoxide attaches to the blood molecules and prevents oxygen from getting into the blood. Symptoms of Carbon Monoxide poisoning include the following:

  • Dizzyness
  • Confusion
  • Fainting
  • Trouble Seeing
  • Memory Problems

How Can I Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning In My House?

Learn more here.

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CONTACT US California Air-Conditioning, Inc.

Email us: Here!.
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Random Facts on Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)

Dusting off an old post with a BUNCH of HVAC fun facts and trivia you probably didn’t know! Have a read, and tell us which was most surprising to you!

Served Chilled

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In the movie ‘Juno,’ Juno’s father is an HVAC technician.

John Gorrie is considered the father of refrigeration and air conditioning. He was a doctor in Florida, and in 1842 developed a machine to make ice. He used the ice create cool air for his patients. He envisioned his ice making device could be used to cool homes and other buildings. He was granted a patent in 1851.  He lost his financial backing and and died a pauper in 1855.

The concept of air conditioning was first conceived by Michael Faraday in 1820 when he discovered compressed and liquefied ammonia could chill air when it was allowed to evaporate.

Love radiant heating in your bathroom? It’s not a new concept.  The Romans had something very similar where the floors were laid out as a series of stone slabs with a heat source located below the floor.

The development of air…

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