Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Rancho Cucamonga HVAC Company Joins Program for Energy-Efficient Homes

Rancho Cucamonga, California (March 13, 2014) – Day Aire, a renowned Rancho Cucamonga HVAC company, is now a certified contractor for Home Energy Renovation Opportunity (HERO), a recently established program that assists homeowners in transforming their homes into more energy-efficient living spaces. Particularly, it enables homeowners to finance their home improvements through affordable and tax-deductible plans paid through property tax bills.

The private-public partnership program, introduced by the San Bernardino Associated Governments (SanBAG), provides homeowners the opportunity to heighten their quality of living. Homeowners who want to utilize the program can qualify based on home or business equity. There are more than 150,000 products available for HERO financing. These include sustainable air conditioning systems, windows, water heaters, solar panels, and other appliances. Homeowners can further reduce their expenses while boosting their property value by opting to pay for the equipment within 5, 10, 15, or 20 years.

Monday, March 17, 2014

Rancho Cucamonga Air Conditioning Tips: Improving Indoor Air Quality

Air Conditioners

Your AC serves the primary purpose of pumping in cool air, conditioning the warm air that permeates each room. Regular maintenance and cleaning of air conditioning in Rancho Cucamonga, as in having it serviced at the start of each season, is also an important part of keeping your air quality at a healthy level. Here are some tips from an article in the Better Homes and Gardens website on efficient AC use:

    “To cool down the entire house, central air-conditioning is usually the most effective way to go. Be aware, though, that a central air conditioner that’s too powerful for the size of the house will cool the air down quickly, but won’t have a chance to remove moisture from the air adequately if that’s a concern. If you just want to cool a single room, a less-expensive option is a window-mounted air conditioner (probably too expensive to operate, though, in desert regions).”