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Gilmore Blog

Heating incentives in California – what you need to know

Everyone wants to have a green home and live a “green” existence, but it’s not that easy when you consider the costs of converting your home to more environmentally friendly residential heating systems. At Gilmore Heating Air and Solar, we have realized the sheer number of home owners wanting ...

What is your Sacramento home’s indoor air quality?

Poor indoor air quality can actually trigger allergies, irritate your lungs and raise your risk of picking up certain diseases. Many HVAC residential heating and air systems are designed to effectively ventilate the home and minimize sources of indoor pollution. Unfortunately when these aren’t serviced ...

How to fix common problems with your heating system

Heating system repair tips for your Sacramento home: if you’re experiencing a few problems with your residential heating system or if you want to ensure your furnace stays in tip top shape so you’re comfortable during the chilly months, there are a few things you can do yourself without calling in ...

Why solar power is the top investment for homeowners in 2016

After the holiday season, everyone’s looking for ways to save and one of the highest household expenses that residents in Sacramento experience is that of their residential heating and air systems. You might think your heating or air system is running just fine and has been doing so for years, but ...

How new heating systems will help homeowners save in 2016

An energy efficient home will keep your Sacramento home comfortable and help you cut back on costs in 2016. Your residential heating system is probably one of the biggest draws on your power supply and so it should be the first place you start when looking to ensure that all of your systems and appliances ...

Should I Turn My Central AC Off?

While a central HVAC unit offers one of the best ways to cool a home, they also consume a fair amount of electricity while operating. For this reason, many homeowners try to keep them turned off – either at night or when no one is at home – for as long as possible during the spring and summer ...

Solar Power Protest – Don’t Block the Sun!!!

Net energy metering, or “NEM”, is a consumer/utility company billing arrangement that provides credit to solar customers for the electricity they are generating and putting back onto the grid. This electricity is re-sold at full retail price, but the utility companies no longer want to ...

Residential Solar Power – Cutting Your Electric Bills

The promise of solar power has steadily increased over the past two decades. Now, a decade into the 21st century, it may have finally reached the break-even point. In fact, these days, the latest residential solar powered units are cutting homeowner’s bills so significantly that the units are ...

Residential HVAC Basics

Modern heating and air conditioning (HVAC) units are really wonders of modern technology. In fact, they are so developed that even the experts from two decades ago would marvel at how efficiently they operate. Still, the basics are still the same. Here is quick rundown on what you should know about ...

Can Outside Temperature Affect Central AC?

Modern HVAC systems are highly engineered and exactly manufactured pieces of equipment that take advantage of some fairly well understood principles of science. Still, they cannot completely overcome the facts of the environment. In particular, the ambient temperature where they are located has a significant ...