Can Office Temps Affect Productivity in Hayward Businesses?

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As experienced Hayward HVAC contractors, we know that comfort has a lot to do with productivity in the office. When employees are either too cold or too warm, productivity suffers. Studies have confirmed that most people find a temperature between 70 F and 73 F most comfortable, however this can … [Read more...]

Hayward HVAC Tips – Not Sure How To Install Weatherstripping Properly?

Temperatures typically don't drop to frigid levels in the Bay Area in winter months, but it can get chilly. Weatherstripping is essential for helping keep the heat inside your home, making your home more comfortable and saving you on energy costs. If you're a Hayward or Contra Costa area homeowner … [Read more...]

Hayward HVAC: You’ve Got Install Quotes For An HVAC System, Now What?

Certainly, price is one of the most important factors when you're in the market for a new HVAC system for your Hayward home. You've collected several quotes, but there is more to choosing a company to install your system than cost alone. It's essential to consider which options will best serve the … [Read more...]

Hayward HVAC – Heat Pump Terminology Homeowners Should Know

The terms used by Hayward HVAC technicians can be confusing; homeowners often have no clue what a plenum or reversing valve is, so it's difficult to become engaged in the conversation. As expert Hayward heating installation and maintenance professionals, we have a list of terms that every homeowner … [Read more...]

Hayward HVAC Company: Thermal Expansion Valve – Comfort & Savings

If you're a Hayward or Contra Costa homeowner considering a new high-efficiency air conditioner, there are certain features that can lower your energy bills and contribute to higher efficiency. Summer is almost over, but perhaps you are considering a new model for next summer if your A/C is an … [Read more...]

Hayward HVAC Annual Service – Control Energy Costs & Other Benefits

For many Bay Area homeowners, scheduling annual service for your HVAC system just hasn't become a regular habit. Unfortunately, most homeowners ignore their heating and cooling systems until a problem arises. If you do schedule annual service for your cooling/heating system, good for you. If you … [Read more...]