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With the official start of summer on June 21st, the hot weather and high temperatures have hit Orange County and all of southern California. This summer is bound to be a scorcher, and the experts at RighTime Home Services have the scoop on debunking home cooling myths.

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As temperatures increase and the climate becomes drier, Inland Empire area homeowners should start thinking about the proper precautions to take to prepare for fire season. California’s ongoing drought and high temperatures continue to increase the probability of wildfire.

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The winners for the recent Think Green contest have been chosen! The team at RighTime Home Services was thrilled to receive so many creative entries for the Think Green Contest from the students of La Habra High School. It’s rewarding to know that these students recognize the importance of saving and conserving energy, and we hope they will continue to implement their ideas in the community.

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Certain telltale signs can indicate that it’s time to consider replacing or repairing your home’s heating and cooling equipment. There comes a time when annual servicing of your HVAC system is just not enough to keep the unit in good working condition. Parts can be replaced over time, but at some point, the entire unit will need to be replaced to ensure reliable operation and a comfortable environment for you and your family.

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Understanding your HVAC system doesn't have to be confusing; check out these helpful FAQs from the experts at RighTime Home Services San Diego.

http://www.rightimeservices.com/home-tips/faq-for-the-hvac-professional/

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RighTime Home Services recently partnered with the Temecula Education Foundation (TEF) for the third annual “Think Green” Contest, benefiting students in the Temecula Valley Unified School District. Students were invited to submit creative “Green” ideas for conserving energy in their communities and the best ways to reduce the load on our energy grids.

http://www.rightimeservices.com/company-news/think-green-temecula/

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Continuing in this week's educational series, check out these "Five Easy Ways to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality" and learn how to keep the air in your home safe for the whole family!

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