Advice from Your Knowledgeable Bay Area Contractor
You don’t need to be a building contractor to fix things around your home! Homeowners need to be jacks-of-all trades to stay on top of household problems. Here are ten essential skills you should work on, whether you’re about to engage in a series of DIY projects for your Bay Area home, or you’re just looking to impress your spouse or soon-to-be in-laws with your domestic skills:
Spring HVAC Tips from a Bay Area Building Contractor
Experts suggest that homeowners need to engage in periodic maintenance for their HVAC systems at least twice a year: spring and fall. Preparing for the colder months during the fall decreases the likelihood of encountering a heating failure during a squall or cold rainstorm. Prepping for the warmer months, among other things, protects your family against air conditioning failures. Here are five tips for teeing up your HVAC for the spring: Read the rest of this entry »
East Bay Building Contractor Explains Key Contract Section
Home remodelers may come across “general conditions” in their contracts when they work with general construction, air conditioning, or heating professionals. But what are these conditions? Can you ask for edits? What do you need to know to negotiate one of these contracts effectively?
Advice from a Bay Area General Contractor
A fresh kitchen design implemented by an expert general contractor can turn an ordinary house into the home of your dreams. Unfortunately, kitchen remodeling can be prohibitively expensive, even when homeowners take into account the fact that smart remodeling can increase a house’s market value.
Dealing with General Construction in Your Home
Remodeling your home can be at once exciting and tumultuous. Whether you want to stay in your home because the scale of the remodel is relatively small – and thus you imagine that the disruptions will be minimal – or you want to stay at home because you need to remain because of financial or medical reasons, you need to prepare appropriately. Read the rest of this entry »
Bay Area HVAC Company with Allergy Advice
During the fall and spring, many homeowners leave their windows open, unknowingly bringing allergenic pollen into their homes. That pollen can get ground into the carpet and released into the air, where it can circulate through the house and aggravate the occupants’ allergies. HVAC air filters, which can be installed by the homeowner or a general contractor who specializes in heating and air conditioning, can handle much of the pollen, but before long these filters can easily become dirty and clogged, leading to poor air quality.
From A Bay Area General Contractor
Searching for a Bay Area general contractor to upgrade your HVAC system to improve energy efficiency or need assistance with a Bay Area kitchen remodeling project to help boost the value of your home? Here are some powerful tips to help you get the most of your remodeling efforts.
Four Ways to Reduce your Heating Bill
Last winter, your Bay Area heating bill was way too high. This year, you want to do things right and adjust your processes to conserve energy. Perhaps you want to call in a general contractor or HVAC expert to improve efficiencies in your heating system, or maybe you want to handle the issue yourself first.
Is Your Home Ready for Winter?
Even if your city doesn’t experience harsh winters, winterizing your home still helps your wallet. By eliminating air leakage and ensuring proper installation, Bay Area residents benefit from improved indoor air quality, reduced energy expenses, and prevention of costly repairs in the future. You don’t need to be a Bay Area building contractor to take the following steps to winterize your Castro Valley or East Bay home: Read the rest of this entry »
Heating Your Bay Area Home
Smart thermostats have made a big splash in the residential HVAC market. These high tech gadgets sense changes in weather and monitor energy use for convenience and planning. They can be easily accessed and controlled on your smart phone, allowing you to control your home and its energy use remotely. Read the rest of this entry »