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Well, September is here and soon we’ll be experiencing some temperature drops. It’s okay, take a moment to enjoy the milder weather and cool breezes as we’re finally clear of the hottest temperatures of the year. But just like with spring, we’re not out of the woods yet.
Fall comes with its own set of challenges, from drops in temperature to new allergens that are released in the atmosphere. You’ll need to not only put away your air conditioning system so it’s ready for next year, but you’ll also need to get your heating unit ready for the chillier temperatures to come.
Don’t worry, we’ve got a whole checklist lined up for customers to prepare their HVAC in Stockton, CA. We’ll walk you through everything you need to do to be ready and prepared for the fall ahead. Don’t forget to call our team if you need help with your HVAC systems.
It’s no secret that we’re already reaching record-high temperatures as of late. And since we’re only in July, they’re likely to continue on this trend until fall finally hits full swing. This isn’t really much of a problem, since a quick trip to the beach or a day in the pool will likely make anyone feel great. But if you’re trying to spend your day-to-day life working, relaxing, or enjoying your hobbies indoors, then your AC is going to be working hard.
So, how about we ease the burden on your air conditioner by doing a few things that can improve temperature control in your home and increase your overall energy efficiency? Sound like a good idea?
There are plenty of things you can do, from hiring a professional for AC repair in Tracy, CA, to running your ceiling fan, that will help keep the scorching hot summer temperatures from causing trouble in your life.
Each year, our team holds an event where we partner with Lennox and Love Stanislaus County, a local non-profit organization, to provide one family in need with a whole HVAC system installation. This is also usually coupled with a home makeover, as we do the best we can to give this chosen person a fresh start.
This year’s recipient family was on the verge of losing their home and had received over forty nominations from the community. Throughout the Love Modesto day, DeHart Plumbing, Heating, & Air’s technicians installed the state-of-the-art system, customizing it to meet the unique requirements of the home and the family’s comfort needs. By setting them up with an advanced heating and cooling system, the family is one step closer to being able to keep and move into their forever home.
“My friends and co-workers know that things with the house have been hard and tough on my family. They all stepped in to say that they care and nominated me for this amazing gift. To have all these people here volunteering their time to help me and my family move into our home, it means so much,” expressed homeowner Kurt. “Without having an HVAC unit, we weren’t going to be able to keep our home and move in. I hope everyone here today knows that this is one of the best things that has ever happened.”
The Love Modesto event is one of our favorite days of the year and we are honored to extend a helping hand to a deserving family in our community. From the Love Modesto team to our staff and the incredible volunteers, there was no shortage of love and hard work that went into making a difference for our neighbor today.
From your favorite team in Modesto, CA–continue to spread the love, and contact DeHart Plumbing, Heating, and Air Inc. for your heating, cooling, and indoor air quality needs.
Get ready to nominate a family that deserves a whole home makeover! This spring, we’re partnering with Love Modesto to give the gift of comfort to a family that deserves it. Anyone can nominate a family who is in need of a new HVAC system by clicking this link.
With our team, it’s all about the love! We’re major proponents of helping our community, and we’re so excited to bring an amazing heating and cooling system to someone who could definitely use it. We’re also accepting volunteers to help us clean and prepare for the system installation! From regular housekeeping to gardening, this is going to be a large family-friendly project that can include everyone, from neighbors to strangers.
Once a nominee has been chosen, Love Modesto will begin at 7:00 AM on April 29th, at the corner of I & 10th Street (in front of the Gallo Center). There will be a pancake breakfast, free refreshments, giveaways, kids’ activities, and more! This is where volunteers can meet before the project gets underway and we’d love to see friends, neighbors, and customers show up to say hello and participate. Any additional information can be found here.
We love Modesto, and it’s that time of year to give back to the community we care so much about. See you soon!
For any HVAC services or information, make sure you contact the professionals DeHart Plumbing, Heating, and Air Inc.
Over the past several years, advancing
technology has led to many new devices becoming a part of our lives.
Additionally, we have made improvements on some of the most traditional items
to get modern versions of them that are far more efficient and convenient.
When it comes to modern technology for your home, people rarely think of the air conditioning systems or thermostat in their homes. Do you still have one of the old manual or sliding thermostats installed in your home? It might be time to consider getting an upgrade.
There’s a common misconception about the purpose of an HVAC system’s air filter. It does have an important job, but it might not be the exact job you’re thinking of. Most homeowners believe that their HVAC air filter is in place to protect their indoor air quality.
Having this air filter in place certainly doesn’t hurt your indoor air quality, but this is not its main purpose. Instead, this air filter is in place to protect the sensitive interior components of the system itself from dust, dirt, and other debris that could be in your air.
This air filter has its limits, and because of this should be changed on a regular basis. Read on to learn more!