A/C and Heating Maintenance Tips for Fall

autumn-castro-valley-heatingAlthough it may be hard to believe, summer is already coming to a close, and fall is right around the corner. This time of transition represents the perfect opportunity to perform routine maintenance on home HVAC systems, especially when air conditioning needs are reduced (or eliminated) and heating needs have not yet emerged. Read the rest of this entry »

Small Remodeling Projects for Any Budget

east-bay-kitchen-remodelingSprucing up a home can lead to big payouts, in terms of your place’s functionality and aesthetics, but you don’t have to sink a fortune into the investment. Homeowners can make major tweaks without spending a lot to increase their families’ comfort and enhance pride of ownership. Read the rest of this entry »

Energy Efficient Tips for Indoor Comfort All Year Long

East Bay HVACAs summer heats up, and your A/C bills start to climb, you’re wondering how you can get your air conditioning costs down. If you’re doing a rigorous budget analysis, you also may want to reduce the costs of heating and general HVAC maintenance. Read the rest of this entry »

How does an HVAC System Work?

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Whether you need a Bay Area general contractor, stat, to fix your malfunctioning air conditioning (and prevent your family from sweltering to death in your home); or you’re just curious about how to lower costs and ensure maximum comfort for your family, here’s a quick catalog of the components of your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system.

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Signs You Need to Call an HVAC Specialist ASAP

east-bay-general-contractorWhether your air conditioning went out during a scorching weekend day, prompting your kids to whine to you incessantly; or you just noticed a musty, unpleasant smell coming from one of your vents, you may have HVAC issues. Is it time to call a general contractor to analyze what’s going wrong before your property suffers serious damage and/or you get sick? Read the rest of this entry »

Save Money and Energy with These Bay Area HVAC Tips

east-bay-hvacIt’s getting hot here in the Bay Area. If you’ve been cranking your AC, you might be concerned about your monthly energy bill. Even if you are not normally “energy conscious” most of the year, the brutal days of summer can highlight your HVAC problems. Here are some smart (but not necessarily intuitive) strategies for reducing air conditioning costs. Read the rest of this entry »

Home Improvement Tasks You Should Never Do Yourself

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The general contractors at B.A. Morrison has years of experience dealing with complex, dangerous types of work. We’ve trained hard and done many practical, real world projects to acquire our safety knowledge. Unfortunately, Do It Yourselfers (DIYers) who don’t have the same training or skills can get seriously hurt (or hurt others), when they do work that should be reserved for professional contractors.

Here are 4 big jobs you should always leave to the Pros: Read the rest of this entry »

Best Air Conditioners for Bay Area Homeowners

castro valley air conditioningAs the Bay Area summer heats up, you’re hoping to deal proactively with your air conditioning and/or HVAC issues so that you (and your family or colleagues) don’t wind up sweltering too much this summer. Read the rest of this entry »

Bay Area Air Conditioning Maintenance Tips

HVAC contractorA properly operating Bay Area HVAC system can keep you cool and comfortable during the summer and warm and toasty in the winter. But HVAC systems, like any home systems, can break down, and you may need to either repair or replace yours. Here are several benefits that you can obtain immediately by upgrading your system. Read the rest of this entry »

Improve Indoor Air Quality with HVAC Servicing

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When they function properly, air-conditioning and HVAC systems can make life easy and enjoyable in every season. But comfort doesn’t always come easy. Read the rest of this entry »