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Why Choose Amana Heating and Air Conditioning Products?

Posted on: September 7th, 2017 by Precision Temperature No Comments

Precision Temperature is proud to be your trusted San Diego heating and air conditioning professionals, and we take your comfort and peace of mind very seriously. That’s why we offer Amana Heating and Air Conditioning products when it is time to replace your HVAC system. We recommend Amana products because they have a history of excellence; they are designed, engineered and assembled in the U.S.A.; and some products carry a Lifetime Limited Warranty.

 

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Amana’s History of Excellence

Since 1934, Amana has improved the American household with innovative appliances and equipment held to an uncompromising standard of excellence and delivering premium performance. With a focus on innovative engineering, world-class manufacturing processes, and a relentless drive to create the premium products homeowners expect, Amana builds products that last. Your Amana HVAC system will provide the best in home comfort to combat San Diego’s hot summers and chilly winters for years to come.

HVAC Products Designed, Engineered, and Assembled in the U.S.A.

As other HVAC manufacturers move production outside the U.S., Amana’s heating and air conditioning products are designed, engineered, and assembled in the U.S.A., providing jobs for American workers. Keeping operations in the U.S. also allows Amana to take advantage of American productivity and innovation as they produce quality, reliable products.

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Amana’s Lifetime Limited Warranty

The American craftsmanship of Amana’s HVAC equipment is of such high quality and held to such a high standard of excellence that some of their heating and air conditioning products carry a Lifetime Limited Warranty*. Amana stands by their products so you can be sure they will work.

That’s why Precision Temperature recommends Amana HVAC products to provide peace of mind and home comfort to our customers. Contact us today to discuss installing Amana products in your home by using our online contact form or give us a call at (619) 588-5321.

*Call for details on lifetime limited warranty.

Protect Yourself and Your Teens with Locking Refrigerant Caps

Posted on: August 2nd, 2017 by Precision Temperature No Comments

Incidents of teens huffing HVAC refrigerant in order to get high are on the rise. This can cause health problems such as difficulty breathing, irregular heart rhythms, nerve and brain damage, and even death. If your air conditioning unit isn’t effectively cooling your home during the hot summer months and your HVAC technician discovers that your system’s refrigerant is low, but finds no leak in your equipment, it is possible that someone is tampering with your system to huff the refrigerant.

To prevent these incidents, the California Mechanical Code was changed, resulting in CMC 1106.3.1. CMC 1106.3.1 mandates that all outdoor refrigerant service ports be fitted with locking-type tamper-resistant caps or be otherwise protected from unauthorized access. Locking refrigerant caps and the tools to remove them are not sold to the public; only an HVAC professional can install and remove them, ensuring that the refrigerant in your system isn’t accessible to your teens or those who would harm themselves by huffing it and that your HVAC system will continue to function effectively.

Be proactive about ensuring the health and safety of yourself and those around you. If your outdoor HVAC unit’s refrigeration ports are not currently fitted with these locking, tamper-resistant caps, contact a local air conditioning professional such as Precision Temperature today.

Finance Your Home Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Project with Ygrene

Posted on: July 11th, 2017 by Precision Temperature No Comments

On incredibly hot days, San Diego summers can turn deadly without a proper cooling system. Precision Temperature believes that you and your family shouldn’t have to suffer when it’s hot outside or struggle to keep your home climate controlled throughout summer or winter. That’s why we offer financing for your HVAC project with Ygrene Works™.

Ygrene Works Financing Program

What It Is

Ygrene Works™ offers financing for home improvement projects such as renewable energy, energy efficiency, and water efficiency projects, including HVAC systems. Through this program, up to 100% of the costs for your new climate control system could be covered at no upfront cost to you. You also reap benefits of lower utility bills, improved comfort and indoor air quality, and increased property value.

How It Works

Ygrene provides you with 100% HVAC project financing, making it fast and affordable to upgrade your home today. There are no upfront payments, and the cost of your project can be spread out over terms of up to 30 years. The cost is incorporated into and repaid as part of your property taxes. If you sell your home, payments may transfer to the new owner – the costs stay with the property, so you’ll only pay for the project while you use it! Your eligibility is based on the equity in your property, among other factors, not your credit score. Best of all, you may qualify for tax benefits as part of the program!

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Finance Your Home Comfort Project with Ygrene Works™ and Precision Temperature

Ready to begin your heating, ventilation, an air conditioning project for nothing down today? Give us a call at (619) 588-5321 to get started!

3 Ways to Keep Your Home Cool This Summer

Posted on: May 26th, 2017 by Precision Temperature No Comments

Summers in the San Diego area are known for being hot and humid, especially in inland areas such as El Cajon and Alpine. Leaving your home and heading to an indoor, heavily air conditioned public space such as a mall or movie theater are common suggestions to beat the heat. These tips don’t help you to enjoy the summer in the comfort of your own home, however. Here are three ways to keep your home cool this summer so you don’t have to flee the house.

  1. Trap Cool Air Inside

The outdoor air cools off significantly during the night. You can take advantage of this to help keep your home cool during the day. Open all the windows in your house each night to allow the cool night air inside; in the morning, close all the windows and the shades to trap the cool air inside and prevent warming sunlight from entering and heating it up again. This has the added bonus of also keeping you comfortable while you sleep!

Ceiling Fan Can Keep Your Home Cool this Summer

  1. Fans

A ceiling room fan or table-top fan can provide great relief from the heat, albeit only in a small area of your home. Fans work by helping to speed the evaporation of perspiration and carrying heat away from your skin. It is therefore worth noting that a fan only cools people; it cannot alter the actual air temperature of the room. Turn off fans when no one is in the room to avoid wasting electricity.

  1. Turn on The Air Conditioning

Of course, the quickest and easiest way to chill down your home is to turn on the air conditioning. Your air conditioner will provide a more comfortable environment than either trapping cold air indoors or using a fan because it is the only home cooling method that also reduces humidity. You’ll also have more control over your home’s temperature when using your air conditioner. In order to reduce energy consumption and lower your cooling bill, the Department of Energy recommends setting your thermostat at 78°F when you are at home in the summer and even warmer when you are away.

Precision Temperature’s certified HVAC technicians can help prepare your air conditioning system to keep you comfortable all summer long. Give us a call today at (619) 588-5321 for any of your home cooling needs!

3 Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Posted on: May 5th, 2017 by Precision Temperature No Comments

People are spending more time than ever indoors. The quality of the indoor air you breathe is therefore extremely important to your health. Poor air quality can contribute to health problems including asthma and other respiratory diseases, heart disease, and even some cancers. Just short-term exposure can lead to immediate effects such as eye, nose, and throat irritation, dizziness, headaches, and fatigue.

But what causes indoor air pollution, and how can you reduce it in your home or office? Below we discuss some common sources of indoor air pollution and three ways you can improve indoor air quality.

Sources of Indoor Air Pollution

Indoor air pollution can come from a multitude of sources. These can include: outdoor air pollution that is brought indoors; radon; household cleaning and maintenance products; fuel-burning appliances; building materials; home furnishings; personal care products; moisture; tobacco products; and central heating and cooling systems.

Which of these indoor air pollution sources are most and least important to your health depend on how much pollution each source contributes and how harmful each pollutant is, as well as the frequency of pollutant emission.

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Improving Indoor Air Quality

There are three main strategies to help improve indoor air quality:

  1. Source Control

Preventing indoor air pollution in the first place or reducing the levels of pollutant emissions is often the most effective, cheapest way to improve indoor air quality. This can be done by eliminating the pollutant source, such as tobacco products; physically enclosing the source, such as those containing asbestos; or maintaining and adjusting the source to reduce emissions, such as in the case of gas stoves.

  1. Ventilation

Pollutants can accumulate to unsafe levels if too little fresh air enters indoors from outside. While reducing the amount of air that leaks into and out of your home can help lower heating and cooling costs, a controlled means of ventilation is then needed to prevent high levels of indoor air pollution.

Most heating and cooling systems do not bring fresh air into the building. Natural ventilation via opening doors or windows or mechanical ventilation involving fans and outdoor air intakes helps remove indoor airborne pollutants, improving indoor air quality.

  1. Air Scrubbers

Air scrubbers are mechanical systems that remove particles from the air. They may use physical filters or UV lights, or even a combination of the two. How effective an air scrubber is at removing indoor air pollutants depends on how efficiently it removes pollutants from the air, how much air it draws in, and the strength of the pollutant source. While not all indoor air pollutants can be combated using an air scrubber, air scrubbers can help improve indoor air quality.

Without proper attention to indoor air quality, the air you likely spend much of your day breathing in might be creating serious health problems. Take action by controlling the source of indoor pollutants, increasing ventilation, and investing in an air scrubber. Precision Temperature’s knowledgeable technicians can answer any questions you have about improving indoor air quality in your San Diego home. Give us a call today at (619) 588-5321!