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If the utility bills for your El Cerrito, Berkeley or Oakland area home are out of control and you’re wondering how you can start making these expenses more manageable, you should consider upgrading to a tankless water heater. Installing a tankless water heater is one way to start saving on your home’s energy costs without sacrificing home comfort.

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With winter here, many El Cerrito, Oakland and Berkeley area residents are spending quite a bit more time indoors. During this time of year, we typically spend as much as 90% of our days and nights inside, and our furnaces can see quite a bit of use when the temperatures fall. For those who are looking to increase home efficiency, boost indoor air quality and create a more comfortable home environment, the solution can often be found in a new furnace.

When choosing a new furnace for a home, there are a handful of things that need to be taken into consideration—here’s a primer to get you started.

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Homeowners in the Oakland, El Cerrito and Berkeley areas who have ever felt a draft come through a wall or window knows just how annoying this problem can be. Drafty rooms tend to present themselves especially during the cooler months of the year when the winds are blowing, and they’re responsible for far more than just discomfort—drafts may be costing you a small fortune without you even knowing it.

So, what’s the solution to the all too real problem of drafty homes? Seal the leaks!

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El Cerrito, CA area homeowners can get a lot of mileage out of winterizing their homes and there are a number of different ways to go about doing so. Winterizing will not only help to save you money on your heating bill, but you and your family will also enjoy enhanced home comfort throughout the months ahead.

Ready to get started? Here are three ways to winterize your home:

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If you have personal resolutions to improve your health and save more money in 2017, setting resolutions for your home can help with your goals.

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Getting annual tune-ups on your heating system ensures that it is running at peak efficiency. If it has been a while since your last heating system tune-up, give Hassler a call today!
http://www.hasslerheating.com/service/furnace-repair

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If you have your heating unit tuned up prior to running it daily, you are much more likely to fix any underlying issues early. However, if you begin heating your home without maintaining your unit, you’re much more likely to run into problems which cause your unit to stop working. While this can result in expensive emergency repairs, it can also leave you stranded in a cold home during the winter which is something you could avoid with preventative maintenance.

#furnace   #heating   #hvac  

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Gear Up for Another Hot Summer!

As summer heats up with above average temperatures across East Bay, most of us rely on air conditioning to keep us cool in the sweltering heat. While you may be making the most of the cool bay breezes when you’re spending time outside, it’s important that you’re comfortable inside your home this summer.

#beattheheat   #Hassler   #EastBay  

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At Hassler Heating, we’re constantly working with our customers to help create cooler, more comfortable homes no matter how hot it gets outside. We often talk to El Cerrito, CA homeowners about how important it is to properly size a cooling system before settling on any particular product. One of the most common questions we get is in reference to why we don’t just install the biggest system possible so that there’s no question as to whether or not it will work properly. It makes sense, after all, that a larger unit will always be more effective than a smaller unit...Right?

Surprisingly, this isn’t always true.

#Hassler   #efficiency   #airconditioning  

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Even if your home is fully insulated from the attic down to the crawl space, it still most likely suffers from excessive air leakage that robs energy and harms comfort. Building code enforcement is beginning to embrace the need for sealing air leaks in the home, but this is not yet universal. Conventional thought in the building industry is that insulation is all that is needed to keep a home warm in winter and cool in summer, but fiberglass, the most common insulation material, does not stop air movement. Just like you need a windproof parka over your fleece jacket, insulation does not do its job without a continuous air barrier between the insulation and the inside of the home. In fact, typical homes Hassler tests for air leakage in the Bay Area leak more than twice the amount of air they should!

#airsealing   #airleaks   #insulation   #Hassler  
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