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10 Air Conditioning Mistakes to Avoid

For most homes in warm climates, air conditioning uses more electricity than any other use — up to 70 percent of a summer electric bill, according to some estimates. However, there are ways...

What Type of Insulation Should I Use in my Attic ...

Figuring out what type of insulation to use can be tricky and as HVAC contractors we are often asked, “what type of insulation should I use in my attic?” As with many of these questions, th...

Day and Night Air Conditioner Review – Why the Ba...

Those of you who read our articles regularly, know that we are a small, U.S. Veteran-Owned company in Southern California, hold no punches, and also take great pride in the fact that we are...

Do Electrostatic Air Filters Work?  The Pros and ...

There are many types of air filters on the market these days, but which one is best? We are often asked the question, do electrostatic air filters work? The real answer is, it depends. Elec...

How Much Does it Cost to Run an Air Conditioner?

Air conditioning is responsible for over 50% of your electric bill in Santa Clarita during the summer, so it might not come as a shock to you that one of our most common questions is, how m...

When to Replace Your Baseboard Heater Covers

Hydronic baseboard heaters are a great way of heating a home, but they are not always aesthetically pleasing in their original form. These low-to-the-ground wall appliances use heated water...

Air Conditioner Circuit Breaker Keeps Tripping?  ...

Those of you who read our articles regularly, know that we are a small, U.S. Veteran-Owned HVAC company in Southern California, and pride ourselves in giving people honest, straight answers...

Should I Have My Air Ducts Cleaned?  Some HVAC Ad...

When servicing air conditioners we are sometimes asked, how often should you clean your air ducts? Those of you who have read our articles, know that we are a small, U.S. Veteran-Owned HVAC...

When to Replace Your Air Conditioning System

Chances are good that your air conditioner is inefficient and oversized if it is more than 10 years old. You can probably improve comfort, lower energy bills and reduce your environmental i...

Is Dirty Sock Syndrome Dangerous? What is It and ...

Those of you who read our articles regularly, know that we are a small, U.S. Veteran-Owned company in Southern California, and pride ourselves in giving people honest, straight answers to t...

Air Conditioner Won’t Cool?  Some Troubleshooting...

Asking an air conditioning guy why your air conditioner won’t cool is kind of like asking a mechanic why your car won’t run –there are a million reasons. Since we are asked this question s...

12 Ways to Keep the Cold Outside

Let's be honest, cold weather is great for skiing and pond hockey, but at home it's really just a nuisance. You have all the extra clothing, the snow shoveling, the filthy car, the remindin...

Lennox vs Carrier Furnace Review – A Consumer Gui...

Those of you who read our articles regularly, know that we are a small, U.S. Veteran-Owned company in Southern California, and pride ourselves in giving people honest, straight answers to t...

Why Lowering Your Heat Could Damage Your House

There's no question that lowering your thermostat in winter is a good way to save money on your heating bill. In fact, for most homeowners, it's clearly the best single way to lower heating...

Window Weatherstripping Options

Energy-saving windows are only as good as their caulk and weatherstripping. Go ahead, triple the panes and fill the gaps with argon. The windows will still be drafty and waste energy if the...

Identifying a Bad Smell from the Radiator

Ah, the sweet sensation of radiators kicking off in the late fall and winter, bringing a reassuring wave of warmth to make your house all cozy. The perfect time to curl up with a good book ...

Ceiling Fans vs. AC – Do Ceiling Fans Save Energy?

We base a lot of our posts on the questions we get asked most often on the job. The debate of ceiling fans vs. AC is one which I’ve avoided spouting about online for some time now, mostly ...

Comparing Types of Water Heaters

Alex Seleznev, a service department worker for Sandri Oil in Greenfield, MA, has some tips regarding water heaters. If you are looking to upgrade or replace your water heater, or you are lo...

iRobot Roomba 650 Review – The Vacuuming Robot

You might be wondering why a company that specializes in air conditioning near Santa Clarita, California is writing a review of a Roomba vacuuming robot. But for those of you who have read ...

Why Is My Air Conditioner Freezing Up?  How to Fi...

We are often asked the question, why is my air conditioner freezing up? Figuring out what is causing your air conditioner to ice up can be frustrating, but it is not an uncommon problem. If...

Is it Safe to Clean with Bleach?

Poison control experts say they field more calls about bleach exposure than any other chemical. The dangers are compounded when combined with some other chemicals. However, bleach alone is ...

Hysteresis Thermostat – What is it and What Does ...

What is a hysteresis thermostat and what does it do? At All Systems Mechanical air conditioning Santa Clarita, we specialize in the installation and repair of residential and commercial air...

Should You Cover Your Air Conditioner in the Wint...

We get asked a lot of seasonal air conditioning questions at All Systems Mechanical. As you might imagine, the advice for air conditioning near Santa Clarita is a bit different from what yo...

What to Do When Your Neighbor's Smoke Contaminate...

What do you do when you are stuck with a neighbor who smokes? Maybe you are a smoker and don’t want to damage your apartment or your relationships with other neighbors. Here are a few sugge...

SEER vs EER – Understand What SEER is, What EER i...

We often get asked questions about SEER ratings, but those that have done a little research know that EER is also a useful means of measuring an air conditioner’s efficiency, which leads on...

How Much Does a Central Air Conditioning Unit Cos...

In the summer months or in hot Houston-like climates, an air conditioner can be a lifesaver. Whether you’re purchasing your first or replacing an existing one, it’s important to know what y...

What Temperature Should I Set my Thermostat to?  ...

Using the proper temperature setting on your thermostat and figuring out what temperature to set your thermostat to can save you a ton of money each year…and saving money on energy c...

Improving Indoor Air Quality During the Well-Seal...

After decades of neglect by the homebuilding industry, indoor air quality is finally getting some much-deserved airtime. It even has its own nickname: IAQ. Building scientists and progressi...

Central Air Unit Prices

Summer is just about here! And you don’t want to get caught like me, during that one heat wave a few years back when Portland topped 110º and we hadn’t gotten our cooling system yet, and al...

Five Ways To Warm Up For A Good Night’s Sleep

5 Ways To Stay Warm In BedExperts agree that the temperature of the room plays a significant role in getting to sleep at night. When you go to sleep, your body tries to reach a certain temp...

Unscrambling the AFUE Mess: Which Boilers Waste E...

Those little yellow AFUErating labels stuck on new boilers lead to inaccurate claims. Most conventional boilers claim to be high efficiency because their AFUE (government) efficiency rating...

Condensation on Ductwork – What Causes It and How...

It might not sound like it, but condensation on ductwork can be a serious problem, causing all sorts of secondary problems like leaking ceilings and mold infestation. You might not think th...

Keeping Spring Allergens Out of the House

Spring can be a season of nightmares for the estimated 50 million American allergy sufferers. The temperature is getting warmer, so it’s tempting to get outside and get away from all the ag...