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5 Nest Thermostat Features That Will Make Your Life Easier

Here at Brody Pennell, we are big fans of the connected home trend in Los Angeles. SoCal homeowners with smart homes benefit from time-saving automations, energy conservation, and peace of mind with complete monitoring and control of their home right from their smartphone. In this blog, we wanted to zero in on the benefits of the Nest Thermostat. 

You might wonder, “is a Nest Thermostat really any better than a programmable thermostat?” Short answer: yes. A 2015 study of homeowners revealed that 40% of programmable thermostat owners didn’t use the programmable features at all, while another 33% of homeowners had the features enabled but used override functions which eliminate the benefit of programming. With most homeowners not using their existing thermostat properly, a Nest Thermostat can make a big difference by automating some decision-making. 

Here are five more features of the Nest Thermostat that may sway your decision:

Save Energy and Money with a Smart Home

This one’s simple: conserving energy is good for the environment. But using less energy also translates to lower energy bills. That’s something to get excited about! 

The Nest Thermostat helps reduce energy usage through several features. One such feature is the Eco Temperature setting, which can detect if you and your family members are inside the home or not. If the Nest Thermostat determines no one is home, it will automatically change the temperature settings to conserve energy. 

Monitor Performance of all Nest Products

These days we can monitor many data in our life. We receive notifications from email, social media, and updates on our favorite sports teams. When you have any of the Google Nest products installed in your home, you’ll receive the Nest Home Report in your email each month. The report summarizes energy usage, safety events, and more. 

Control Nest Thermostat Remotely

Perhaps the best feature of the Nest Thermostat is that you can control temperature remotely. 

Simply log in to the Nest app on your smartphone and adjust the temperature. Imagine sitting in the airport about to leave for vacation and realizing you forgot to set your temperatures back. That’s a lot of energy wasted on an empty house! Now you can adjust your home’s temperature from anywhere with Nest.  

Nest Thermostats Light Up When You Approach

Have you ever tiptoed late at night to adjust your thermostat, only to realize you can’t see it? When you enter a room to check a Nest thermostat, the display automatically lights up. Now you can easily view the current temperature, time and weather, no matter the lighting conditions in the space. This is one of those small design touches that makes a big difference in your daily life!

Integrates with Google Home and Nest Hub

A smart speaker is another fun addition to any Los Angeles connected home. Here at Brody Pennell, you might overhear us saying “Okay Google, play The Eagles.” Still, smart speakers can do so much more than play music. You can connect your Google Home or Nest Hub devices. That means if you’re feeling warm you can just say, “Okay Google, lower the temperature by 2 degrees.” It’s your home… but connected! 

Brody Pennell is a Nest Elite Pro

Brody Pennell has been trained and certified as a Nest Elite Pro. That means our team has completed rigorous training on the installation and configuration of Google Nest connected home products. We can help install the Nest Thermostat, the Google Nest camera products, Nest Security products, the Google Hub, and even the Google Nest Doorbell. Trust a trained professional to get your smart home all set up so you can enjoy the benefits with no frustration. Call us today for more information!

How to Know If Your Thermostat Is Broken

Your thermostat is your direct line of communication to your air conditioning system. If it’s working properly, it will tell you everything you need to know about what your equipment is doing and even if there’s a problem with your AC system in your Los Angeles home. Unfortunately, sometimes the thermostat will malfunction. Here’s how to tell if the problem is the thermostat… or something else.

What To Look For If You Think Your Thermostat is Broken

When our customers call with thermostat issues, there are two main scenarios: the thermostat is blank and completely unresponsive, or it’s thermostat is acting abnormally. 

Is your thermostat display blank? Don’t be too quick to assume it’s broken. First, try pressing a button to see if your thermostat was simply conserving power and in sleep mode. 

If the display still appears to be off after pressing some buttons, make sure that there are no problems with power. Even if lights and plugs in the same hallway as the thermostat are working, that is not enough to verify that power isn’t the culprit. It is common for thermostats to get their power from the main air conditioning unit. So if your AC doesn’t have power, your thermostat won’t either. Check your electrical breaker box for any tripped fuses and reset them. If your thermostat comes back on, then there are likely no other issues. 

Is the thermostat is blinking, flashing, or displaying an error code? It’s possible that the thermostat is operating correctly and notifying you of an issue with the system. One common thermostat alert is a dirty filter that needs replacing. These notifications might have an unfamiliar icon, but a quick check of the thermostat’s owner’s manual can help you verify.

More sophisticated thermostats may even notify you it’s time to schedule annual or other regular maintenance on your unit. In these cases the thermostat is the opposite of broken, it’s helping make sure you stay comfortable moving forward! 

If you’re still not sure and cannot clear any messages or alerts, homeowners in Los Angeles are always welcome to call our team. We’re happy to help troubleshoot over the phone. 

My Thermostat Is Showing the Wrong Temperature

Many homeowners call us with concerns about the thermostat displaying the wrong temperature. This doesn’t always mean your thermostat is broken. An incorrect value on the thermostat could be one of many problems: 

  • The thermostat could be displaying the temperature setpoint and not the current temperature of the space.
  • If the rest of your home feels hot but the temperature on the thermostat shows that it’s normal, it could be the result of where it’s located in the home. Most homes only have one temperature sensor in their home: right at the thermostat. If you have hot spots, that’s something we have a lot of experience in troubleshooting.
  • If your temperature setting keeps changing, that could be a result of automatic programming or a temperature schedule. 
  • If you have verified all the thermostat settings are correct but your AC still isn’t working as expected, it could be a communication issue between the two devices. In this case, it’s best to call in a professional to diagnose where the problem lies exactly.

Brody Pennell Can Help With Thermostat Repair and Replacement

If you’re confident that the problem is a broken thermostat, it may be time for a new one. There are a lot of replacement thermostat options available today, including connected smart thermostats and traditional simpler devices. 
Our team of knowledgeable, NATE-certified technicians can help diagnose your thermostat problem and give you our honest opinion about repair or replacement. We know the needs of Los Angeles homeowners are unique, and we will recommend the best solution for you. No matter what you choose, the most important thing is staying comfortable in the LA heat. A thermostat problem could be an indicator of a larger issue, so if you are unable to resolve the problem on your own, be sure to call Brody Pennell right away!

Prepare Your AC For Hibernation

Many of the appliances in your home work for you year-round. Dishwashers, washing machines, and refrigerators operate 365 days a year. Your air conditioner is a little unique, because it only works for a few months of the year, then sits dormant for several months while no cooling is needed. In this article, we’ll talk about how to best prepare your AC for the winter months so that when it’s time for cooling again, your system is ready to go. 

How to Prep Your Air Conditioner for Winter

Here in Los Angeles, the winter months are pretty mild. So, some of the advice you may find on the web are simply not applicable to Southern California. We don’t have to worry about protecting air conditioners from snow or sub-zero temperatures. For this reason, we don’t recommend that you cover your HVAC unit with a tarp or covering. It’s simply unnecessary, and will cause problems if you turn on your AC without remembering to remove the cover!

The best thing you can do for your air conditioner before the winter months is to give it a good cleaning. Cleaning your outdoor unit is a good preventive maintenance measure. Before starting, disconnect power to the AC unit. You can usually do this via your circuit breaker box. Then, use a broom to sweep off any twigs, leaves, debris, or anything else that may have collected on or around the AC. Use a hose to wash off dirt or dust which has accumulated.

Also, don’t forget about what’s inside! Make sure to change your filters at least quarterly, even during winter months. Replace filters more often if you have family members which are elderly or with allergies, or if you have pets. Another reason to replace filters frequently is due to wildfires or other air quality problems. A clean filter is not just good for healthy air, it also helps your AC move airflow more freely throughout the system. This improves energy efficiency and performance year-round.

Schedule Maintenance in the Spring for your AC

Homeowners should have a reputable HVAC contractor perform seasonal maintenance on all heating and cooling units in your home. We recommend maintenance just before you expect your system to turn back on for regular operation.That means you should schedule heater maintenance in the fall, and air conditioner maintenance in the spring. 

A licensed professional will inspect your complete home comfort system, preparing it for the months ahead. During AC maintenance, our technicians complete a 26-point air conditioner checklist. Tuneups keep your AC running smoothly. And don’t forget, regular maintenance is required to maintain your equipment warranty. 

In our 75+ years of experience serving the Los Angeles market, we’ve found that many homeowners don’t have time to remember to schedule maintenance. That’s why we started the Brody Comfort Club – a convenient, time-saving preventative maintenance program. Members get automatic scheduling of tune ups, priority service, and professional service from our award-winning team. It’s the easiest way to make certain all your HVAC needs are covered.

Here For You. Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow.

We’ve been serving this area since 1945. There is no other HVAC contractor in Los Angeles that can say that! We’ve stayed open for 75+ years for a reason: “old school” customer service, fully-trained technicians, and 100% satisfaction guaranteed. If you have any questions at all about your HVAC system, don’t call anyone else but Brody Pennell!

How to Protect Your Indoor Air Quality During Wildfire Season

A thick layer of smoke coating the Los Angeles skyline is a sure sign that wildfires are active. Longtime LA residents know that preparing for a wildfire can put your mind at ease and keep your family safe. When the outdoor air quality becomes very poor, local officials may advise residents to stay indoors. That might make you wonder: is the indoor air quality (IAQ) any better than the outside air quality during a wildfire? 

In this blog, we’ll explain more about indoor air quality specifically as it relates to outdoor smoke and wildfires in California. 

Is Indoor Air Any Better than Outdoor Air During a Wildfire?

The reason that officials advise homeowners to stay inside during a wildfire is because most homes in Los Angeles do not have any openings to the outdoors. That means the air inside your home is recirculating continuously.

If you have air conditioning, the fan inside your AC does all the work. The blower pulls indoor air across an air filter and a cooling coil before pushing that refreshingly cold air to your living spaces. 

This recirculation process has both advantages and disadvantages. On the plus side, your home is mostly sealed off from the outdoors. So during a wildfire, your indoor air quality can be better than outside. Here’s the downside: since the air is recirculating, any addition of pollutants to the air will stick around for a while.

So, indoors is definitely better than outdoors during a wildfire. But since you are relying on your home’s air to be clean and healthy to breathe, it’s important to protect – and even improve – your home’s indoor air quality. 

What Can I Do to Improve IAQ During a Wildfire

Luckily, there are a lot of things you can do that will make a big difference during California’s wildfire season: 

  • Check Door and Window Seals – Remember how we said your home is mostly sealed off from the outside? One way that smokey air can make its way into your home is through small cracks and openings. Door stripping and window sealing break down over time, creating holes that allow air inside. A quick trip to the home improvement store to seal air leaks can repair most of these issues. And perhaps it goes without saying: keeping windows and doors closed during a wildfire is paramount. Only open windows and doors if it’s absolutely necessary.
  • Upgrade and Replace Your Air Filter – We normally recommend replacing an air filter every 3-4 months, but if wildfires are rampant, replace them monthly. And don’t be fooled by the color of the air filter – replace air filters before they discolor. Upgrade to the highest efficiency filter your unit can accept, remembering that a filter which is too high of efficiency can cause performance issues for your air conditioner and furnace. If you’re not sure what type of filter is suitable for your HVAC system, call us!
  • In-Duct Air Purifiers are the Real Deal – During the COVID-19 pandemic, room air purifiers grew in popularity. If you own an air purifier, make sure you have it at the ready. But if you’re in the market for one, or if you’re looking to upgrade your air purification game, we strongly recommend a whole-home air purifier. We install these air purification devices inside the ductwork of your HVAC system. This way, as air recirculates through your system it passes through the air purifier – treating every molecule of air inside your home. The Carrier Infinity Air Purifier is the best solution to treat the air in your home and eliminate many pollutants from smoke, to pollen, even to the coronavirus. 

One other recommendation: take care not to generate any new pollutants that dirty up your indoor air. Things like burning candles, spraying room scents, cooking greasy food, and even vacuuming introduce more particulate matter into the air. 

Brody Pennell Can Help Prepare Your Home for Wildfire Season

The IAQ experts at Brody Pennell can offer solutions to improve the health of your home to prepare for the wildfires. We have been serving the LA area for over 75 years, so we know a thing or two about how wildfires impact indoor air quality. Families here trust us because we invest in training our team on the latest industry technology and best practices, which is why we have a sparkling reputation. If you’re ready to get started on your IAQ project, call us at (310) 810-2721.

Should I Leave Interior Doors Open Or Closed During Heating And Cooling?

We may be biased, but we think that air conditioning is one of the best inventions of the modern era. It keeps you cool and comfortable, no matter how high the temperatures get during our Los Angeles summers. If you’re looking for ways to get the most out of your cooling system, those articulating partitions (AKA doors) throughout your home may pique your interest. So, should you leave doors open or closed when the air conditioning is running? 

Keep Doors Open While HVAC is Running For Best Results

Here’s a basic principle of HVAC that’s helpful in answering this question: the air in your home is continuously recirculating through your HVAC system. Keeping the path of airflow completely open will ensure your unit operates at its best. Closing doorways will restrict the movement of airflow, limiting the path air can travel to the undercut of the door and between any joints. When doors are open, air can travel more freely throughout your home. 

Here’s another way to think about it. Think about blowing up a balloon for a birthday party. You start by holding the balloon’s opening to your lips with your fingers. When the distance between your two fingers is wider, the air from your mouth will fill the balloon quickly and smoothly. The tighter you hold the balloon’s opening, it becomes more difficult to inflate the balloon if you’re blowing with the same force as before. 

In general, keeping doors open will improve airflow through your house during air conditioning.

When To Keep Doors Shut During Air Conditioning

There are some cases where you should keep doors shut during air conditioning. 

One scenario is a room that you do not want or need air conditioning in, such as a closet. Keeping these doors closed during air conditioning will limit the airflow to them. That can save you a small amount of money in energy bills, but keep in mind that sometimes you want cool air to circulate in these spaces. For one, air conditioning can help with humidity control. If the space you don’t need cooling in has a supply air vent, consider shutting off the vent which will help redirect airflow to other spaces. Do this with caution, as closing an air vent changes the balance of airflow in your system, and could cause other performance problems. 

Another scenario where you should keep your doors shut while the air conditioner is operating is during sleeping hours. Keeping doors closed when you are asleep is an important fire safety precaution. According to Underwriters Laboratories, 50% of house fires happen between 11pm at 7am. A closed door can reduce fire growth, limit damage to your home, keep temperatures down, and most importantly, save your life in the event you become trapped. So, make sure you close before you doze.

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Editor’s note: this blog was originally published in May 2015 and has been updated for content and accuracy.

AC Repair FAQ – Why Does My AC Turn On and Off?

You’re sitting on the couch in a quiet room, then suddenly… you hear the telltale noise of your air conditioning starting up. You feel the fan blowing air out of the vents. Moments later, this stops as quickly as it started. Many of our customers here in Los Angeles wonder why their AC unit system turns on and off all day long. And, is that normal behavior?

What LA Homeowners Need To Know About How ACs Work

Your thermostat is the communication center for your air conditioning system. It monitors the temperature inside your home and tells the AC unit when it’s time to turn on and off to maintain the temperature settings you give it. 

When the temperature inside your home rises over the temperature setpoint, the thermostat signals your air conditioner to make cold air. This helps bring down the indoor temperatures. Once the temperature sensor gets a reading below the setpoint, your AC unit will shut off after a job well done.

Changing the mode and setpoint of your thermostat will be the biggest determining factor for your unit turning on and off (we call this “cycling”). This is totally normal throughout typical operation. But there can be too much of a good thing – read on to know when cycling is abnormal for your AC.

When Does Cycling Become A Problem?

If you find your air conditioner is turning on and off quickly, there could be a bigger issue. As mentioned in the section above, it’s normal for your system to cycle.

If the contractor that installed your air conditioner sized the unit correctly, the only time it would not cycle during operation is during the hottest hours of one of the warmest days of the year. Every other day, your AC will only need to turn on and off at 5-10 minute intervals to maintain appropriate indoor temperatures.

When those cycling intervals are much shorter, this is a sign there is a definite problem with your system. We call this behavior short cycling, and it usually happens when the size of your air conditioner is too large for the space it’s cooling. 

Bigger isn’t always better. Short cycling will almost always shorten the lifetime of the unit and its components. It can also potentially cause humidity problems. An oversized unit can cause as much discomfort as an undersized one, so it’s important you reach out to true professionals to help select the right piece of AC equipment for you. 

Modern air conditioners offer a lot of options, like variable speed and staged equipment. These models can operate longer without turning off. This reduces cycling and helps to continuously dehumidify the air in your home.

Next Steps If Your AC Is Turning On and Off Frequently

AC equipment cycling is very normal. But if it’s bothering you, or you think you need someone to take a look at it, reach out to us. 

The best thing you can do to prevent future issues is to schedule regular AC tune ups. We recommend a preventative maintenance agreement, where we will check for these types of problems on an annual basis. 

If you have any concerns about your AC unit turning on and off, or short cycling, don’t hesitate to call us.

AC Repair FAQ – Why is My AC Blowing Warm Air?

As the weather heats up in Los Angeles, keeping cool is more important every day. That’s why it’s critical that your air conditioning system provides refreshing cold air directly to you. So when you’re expecting cold air, and the air doesn’t feel cool at all, it can spell trouble. 

Stay Calm. We Can Figure This Out!

First things first: don’t panic. There are several reasons why you might be getting warm air out of your air conditioning unit. Some of these we can address before calling in a professional.

  1. Your Thermostat Is Not Signaling for Cooling. Look at your thermostat and see if the space temperature is at or below the setpoint temperature. If so, the thermostat is not sending a signal for your air conditioner to cool (or in industry lingo, the air conditioner is “satisfied”). Try lowering the setpoint a degree or two. If the AC starts blowing cold air, you’re all set. And while you’re looking at the thermostat, confirm that your system is set to cool. It’s possible your unit somehow got set to Fan Only mode, or even worse, Heat.  Your unit might have symbols instead of words for these settings. In this case, look for a snowflake to indicate cooling mode.
  2. Is it Plugged In? (AKA The Unit Doesn’t Have Power). It’s possible sudden surges in electrical demand due to the California heat were met with your circuit breaker tripping. Locate your electrical panel and check for any flipped breakers. You can reset them if needed. If you keep having to reset breakers, it’s probably time to talk to an AC and/or electrical company to address the overall issue. In the short term, resetting the circuit breaker will get you up and running, but it’s important to call a professional right away.
  3. No Air. Make sure all supply vents in your home are fully open and return grilles are unobstructed. That means no furniture directly in front of or on top of the openings for your AC system. When airflow is blocked, it can cause your system to not operate properly.

What Else Could Be Going On?

Even if you end up needing to call in the pros for AC repair, you might want to know what they’re going to be looking for. Unfortunately, there are a lot of different things that could be going on with your system. After all, that’s why you need specialists to diagnose and treat it. 

If there is a refrigerant leak, even a small one, over time you will lose refrigerant. That will cause reduced system performance including a lack of cool air. Our technicians will check refrigerant pressures and temperatures to see if this is what’s going on. Resist the urge to ask for a refrigerant top off, because too much refrigerant can be just as problematic as too little.

Coils can freeze up for a variety of reasons, but the most common will be because of low airflow. When air moves too slowly across the coil, moisture in the air freezes on the coil and will eventually block airflow.  

There are several components of your AC system that can fail over time and need replacing. Capacitors, blowers, motors, compressors, and more could have reached the end of their life and you would need a new one. Technicians will use various tools to check these components and let you know what you will need.

My AC Is Blowing Warm Air and I’m Ready For Some Help

Now that you’ve done your research and tried some of the easy fixes, it’s time to get some help to get your AC back up and running. You deserve some indoor comfort in Los Angeles and we will help you get there. Call Brody Pennell for AC repair 24/7! Our technicians are very experienced in troubleshooting issues with warm air coming out of vents when the AC is on. So if you want a resolution as quickly as possible, stop searching the web – call us now!

Hot Spots in Your House? Here’s How to Fix It.

Have you ever noticed there’s one space in your house that is warmer than the rest? Maybe it is one specific room that feels several degrees warmer than the rest of the house. You can drive yourself crazy trying to fix hot spots, from blackout curtains to ceiling fans. In this blog, we’re sharing why hotspots happen and what you can do to fix them. 

What’s A Hot Spot?

Ideally, your air conditioning system is providing an even temperature to the entire home. But sometimes, there is one space that gives you trouble. A hot spot is a concentrated area inside your home where it feels warmer than it should. And most likely, that hot spot in the summer becomes a cold spot in the winter. 

What Causes a Hot Spot?

There are many reasons why a space in your home may feel warmer than the rest. Some of the most common causes are: 

  • Thermostat Problems – your air conditioner operates based on the temperature sensor inside your thermostat. So if your thermostat is on the fritz, or if the problem area is located far away from the thermostat, that could be why it’s causing trouble.
  • Ductwork and Balancing Problems – another problem could be with airflow. Maybe other spaces are getting too much airflow, or the hot spot isn’t getting enough. You might also have an air leak in the duct that needs sealing. Adequate airflow is critical to delivering cool comfort to the space. 
  • More Heat in the Space – a common culprit of a hot spot is simply that one space has more heat than other spaces. Large windows, lots of electronics, or south-facing walls can all be reasons that space has more heat. If there is more heat in your problem space than in other spaces of your home, that can cause an imbalance. 
  • Spreading the AC Too Thin – if a lot has changed in your home since your air conditioner was first installed, that too could be the cause for a hot spot. This is especially the case if you have finished out a space that previously didn’t have air conditioning, like an attic or a basement. 

There are many other possibilities for why a hot spot exists, but no matter the reason there is good news. You don’t have to live with a hot spot! We can make adjustments to your home comfort system to ensure that EVERY space feels comfortable, even on the hottest days. 

How To Fix a Hot Spot in My Home

Luckily, there are better and more permanent solutions than cranking a ceiling fan to high and darkening the room with blackout blinds.

The first course of action is to check all the air vents in your home. If there are some rooms that feel frigid while others are sweltering, try changing the vane position on your vents to allow for more airflow in the spaces that are warm. Our team can also check any balancing dampers that are located inside your ductwork to make sure the spaces are getting adequate airflow.

One option could be to add a temperature sensor to the problem area. Depending on the type of thermostat you have, additional temperature sensors can be used to give the air conditioning system a more accurate representation of the temperature throughout your home rather than one specific area.

Another solution is a ductless mini-split. A ductless mini-split provides a dedicated air conditioning to a single space. This is a fantastic solution for a hot spot, especially if you have recently done renovations where there is added square footage. Mini-splits are also an excellent choice for a room that are used intermittently, like an office or a guest bedroom. The person using the space is able to choose the temperature that makes them the most comfortable, and can turn off the A/C when they leave the room. 

Finally, considering weatherizing your home. Weatherization can help not just with your indoor comfort, but also with saving on your energy bills.

Need Help With a Hot Spot? Call Brody Pennell!

Call Brody Pennell to diagnose and fix your hot spot issues for good! Our team can help you navigate all the solutions, from zoning to ductless, and recommend the best solution for your home. You can trust the team that has been serving Los Angeles since 1945. Whatever it is you need, we’re here for you! Call us at (310) 810-2721.

Cooling Tips For Your Los Angeles Home

It can be a constant battle to keep the temperature of your home at a cool and comfortable level while not breaking the bank to pay your electric bill. Many families are feeling the heat, literally and figuratively, during the warmer months. However, there are some cooling tips for your home that can help create a comfortable balance and be better on the environment. For the benefit of your budget, your comfort, and the environment, follow these summer cooling tips:

Cooling Tip 1 – Keep Blinds Closed

One of the simplest house cooling tips is to keep the blinds closed. Keeping shades and blinds closed during the day can keep several degrees of heat out of your home. In the morning, make sure the windows are covered on the east side of the house, and in the afternoon the west side of the house. In addition, you can take this a step further and buy shades that reflect and further block the sun’s heat out of your home.

Cooling Tip 2  – Give Your AC a Break

If the temperature drops enough in the evening and at night, open your windows to let the cooler air in. This can give your air conditioning unit a break during the night, yet still keep your house at a tolerable temperature. In the morning when it starts to warm up again, close your windows and consider turning on the air conditioning before it gets too hot and the unit has to overwork to catch up.

Cooling Tip 3 – Schedule Air Conditioning Maintenance

It is essential to keep your air conditioning unit well maintained. Each summer before the weather gets warmer, schedule AC maintenance with a certified technician from Brody Pennell.  This will help ensure it is running at its best and less likely to break down when you need it most. If your unit needs work, you can possibly do the work now to avoid a larger bill in the future when you really need your air conditioner functioning properly.

Cooling Tip 4 – Use Those Ceiling Fans

Ceiling fans are a great way to keep cool. In fact, you can keep your air conditioner setpoint up to 10 degrees higher than you’d normally set it and still feel comfortable if you have a ceiling fan operating overhead. Bonus: ceiling fans use much less energy to operate than your AC, making it the affordable and eco-friendly choice for comfort. 

Cooling Tip 5 – Check Your Thermostat’s Settings

The months before summer are a great time to check your thermostat settings. Look for any schedules and see if you need to adjust timing or temperatures for the warmer months. Smart thermostats may have a wide range of advanced settings that can impact your comfort and energy use. If you need help checking your thermostat settings, don’t hesitate to call us. 

Cooling Tip 6 – Check What’s Around Your Thermostat

While you are looking at your thermostat, take a peek around. Are there any heat-generating sources located within a few feet of the controller? Ovens, stoves, coffee makers, hair dryers, and even lamps can cause your air conditioner to run longer than it needs to. Move heat sources far away from your thermostat, or if you need to relocate your thermostat give us a call!

Cooling Tip 7 – Weatherize Your Home

Now is the time to check your home for anywhere cool air could leak out or the outside heat can get in. Caulking and weatherstripping doors and windows can be really helpful in retaining coolness inside. Adding insulation to attics and crawl spaces can also be a huge help. Replacing old, leaky windows can have a dramatic effect on your AC bill, too!

Cooling Tip 8 – Let Air Move Freely

Your air conditioner works by recirculating the air in your home. For the best performance, make sure air can easily move throughout your home. That means keeping doors and corridors open when possible. Homeowners should avoid placing any furniture or other items directly in front of a return air vent. 

Cooling Tip 9 – Replace Your Air Filter

Right before summer is a good time to replace your air filter. In fact, we recommend replacing every 3 months at a minimum. If you can’t remember the last time you replaced your filter, it’s time! 

Cooling Tip 10 – Get a Quote for Replacement

If your air conditioner has been running for more than 8 years, it’s a good idea to get an estimate for an AC replacement. The possibility of summer breakdowns increases as your unit ages. And while we do everything we can to keep repairs affordable, sometimes the parts to fix a unit are downright expensive. Getting an estimate on a new system is free – which means no strings attached. You wouldn’t wait to shop for a new car until your current vehicle has reached its end, right? The same is true for an air conditioner – at least knowing what type of unit you’ll replace with can be helpful even if you decide not to replace your AC before summer. And don’t worry about having all the money saved up- we offer financing to make replacements affordable.

Call Brody Pennell for Cooling Help this Summer!

Use these tips to keep your home at a comfortable temperature during the warmer months, as well as keeping your electric bill within your budget. Whenever you need us, we’re here: yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Call us anytime!

AC Repair FAQ: Why Do I Need Refrigerant Top Offs?

One question we hear from Los Angeles homeowners is about refrigerant charge-up, top off, or refill services.

There is really only one scenario where this question comes up, and it’s with a broken AC in need of repair. Many of our customers have had a faulty AC quickly solved by a technician “topping off” the refrigerant in the system. However, this quick fix is just a band-aid solution. Worse, we can guarantee that you’ll need another refrigerant top off service again in the future.

Why Does Refrigerant in AC Need A Top Off?

Your air conditioner contains refrigerant that recirculates through components to provide you with cool air. All air conditioning systems have an ideal quantity of refrigerant required to function as expected. You’ll encounter problems if you have too much or too little refrigerant in the system. 

It’s important to remember that AC refrigerant is not a fuel nor is it akin to a battery charge. You will not need to fill up your refrigerant every year in order for it to operate.  

AC refrigerant is more like the air inside of a tire. Tires don’t work well when they are low on air pressure, and over inflating tires can cause damage as well. You need just the right amount of air pressure. If there is a tiny leak, filling a tire up with plenty of air can give you just enough of a safety net to get to a repair shop. And once you’re there, the mechanic can either patch your tire or recommend a replacement.

Air conditioners, too, can get leaks. Leaks are a common side effect of system wear and tear. If the refrigerant in your system is low, it’s a sure sign of a leak. 

HVAC professionals have many methods to locate the leak, but occasionally the leak could be in a location that’s difficult to reach or in a component that cannot be repaired and must be replaced. Topping off your refrigerant is a stopgap to get the system cooling again but beware – because without repairing the leak, your system is actively losing refrigerant. 

Ultimately, it’s critical to deal with the root cause of the problem by sealing the leak or replacing the component. Otherwise, you will need a refrigerant top off again and again. 

What’s So Bad About A Refrigerant Top Off? 

You might be in conversations with an air conditioning professional that wants to repair your system, when you just want to pay for the refrigerant top off. Rest assured: repairing the leak is the way to go.

If you’re only topping off the refrigerant and not repairing the leak, it’s only a matter of time before you’ll need to call the technician back out again to charge up the system with more refrigerant. If the leak is microscopic, the refrigerant will leak slowly. Larger leaks, the chemical will dissipate quickly. Repairing the leak is the best way to protect your comfort – and your wallet. 

Also, refrigerant fluctuates in pricing. This is particularly true if your AC was installed over 10 years ago and uses a specific refrigerant blend called R-22 (or better known as the brand name, Freon®). The federal government has discontinued the import and production of R-22, making it more scarce to find and thus, more expensive. That can make your regular refrigerant top off a pretty spendy repair. Read our Homeowner’s Guide to the Freon Phaseout for more information. 

Call Brody Pennell to Solve Your Refrigerant Leak

Our team is adept at finding and sealing refrigerant leaks. We are up-to-date on the latest technologies available, which translates to fast and affordable AC leak repairs for Los Angeles homeowners. We also offer AC maintenance services which includes a check on your refrigerant charge. That means we can catch and repair any leaks before they cause real problems for your comfort. And in the case your system is beyond repair, we can provide a quote on an AC replacement. We’re here to help – contact us anytime.

Erin C.
1716007429
AC stopped blowing cold air, oh what fun to be an adult. From the initial call (“We’re gonna get someone there fast, can’t have us pretty girls getting too hot!”) to Octavio and David’s very thorough service, can’t recommend this company enough.
Jennifer S.
1715997072
David Mares and Fabio Gomez were great. They came out quickly to assess the problem and explained everything in detail.
Jeff M.
1715995586
Ivan and Ariel were amazing technicians and representatives of your company. They were thoughtful in how they explained our system and how they were maintaining it. They also went above and beyond in their service. Would give 6 stars if I could. We will be signing up for the annual membership service because of genuine, trustworthy and effective partners like Ivan and Ariel. Carissa who scheduled our service was awesome as well.
Sandra C.
1715982294
Kevin had a delightful personality and was very efficient during his visit. Great service, thank you!5/17/24Ruben and Jason did a great and superb job.
Jonathan W.
1715979105
Marco was very helpful! Great company. I recommend him for any work you need done on your ac!
Stefano N.
1715975759
Emmith came out to repair and service my HVAC unit. The whole process with Brody Pennell was exceptional - from my initial call to the actual service by Emmith. Incredibly professional organization and my unit is working perfectly now. I would highly recommend Emmith and Brody PennellDaniel B and Juan de Jesus came out to service my units. They did an excellent job - very professional, thorough and courteous. Would highly recommend them and Brody Pennell
Alyssa N.
1715975606
Juan Molina was so efficient and nice! Very helpful and professional!!!
Diana S.
1715973583
Daniel and Richie were great! So friendly, clean, and professional. They were very respectful of our home and the surroundings. We are happy to have our HVAC unit cared for by them.
Olivia E.
1715972266
James H and Armando N were super helpful and professional. Very efficient work and great at explaining the issues.
Barbara B.
1715970108
Tristan and Leo h were clean, quiet and respectful.
Rosa O.
1715967675
05/17 Juancho and Juan c stopped by to repair a thermostat issue. They were on time, professional and answered all my questions. Our AC is fully functional. Thank you.Daniel b and Dan R were right on time. They were professional and completed the work timely and efficiently.03/05/24 we had 2 other tech come out Daniel B and Ifthy and Alessandro . They listened to all my concerns regarding the AC system. After trouble shooting they came back and explained the system and how it works. He even explained what repairs he recommended. Great service. Thank you guys.
Patrick H.
1715966809
Anthony Manzo was here and on time and well dressed and very professional 👍🏽👍🏽
J C.
1715964276
The great service started with David for service, then to Brett who set us up with an amazing new system. Installation was rapid and efficient, everyone was very clean and polite. Thanks to Hilario V, Juan D and Michael M for your hard work and professionalism
barney A.
1715903456
Kevin and Juancho did a great job.
lina T.
1715900168
Rene is very helpful & knowledgeable!
Ryan Z.
1715896451
Shawn was very thorough and knowledgeable about heating and air. And a nice young man. Also, Mike I., Raul I., Pablo P. And Diego B. Great group of guys! Hard working and fast!
Erica
1715895415
David mares was very professional. He went above and beyond.
Ronald W.
1715893913
Juan J Carbajal solved my furnace issues lickety split. Now I can be warm at will, without stress. 5 stars!!!
Daniel V.
1715893293
Steven and Freddy were awesome! So kind and helpful with their maintenance call. Happy to be a member with them!
Mario M. R.
1715891967
Anthony Manzo was very thorough and courteous. He did a great job.
elaine M.
1715891733
Richie Salazar and Juan DeJesus were professional, answered all my questions, and were a pleasure to work with.
Patrick O.
1715888652
James is everything you want in an hvac technician. He walked me through every step, documented everything, and explained in detail how every piece of my AC system work, even getting down into the nitty gritty science at times ( and then politely dumb it for me). He did all this with an easy going personality. 6/5 stars.
Mr. H.
1715885501
Juan Carbajal and César corrales did a great job fixing my unit was here on time and very informative would recommend these guys 10005/16/2024Daniel B. and Maurice did a great job andgave us a lot of information on our units. They should be in an office.
Paizley L.
1715885286
Ariel and Philip were great - on time - very thorough and kind
Chris L.
1715884235
Daniel B and Maurice were very efficient and friendly
Joanie N.
1715884064
Ivan is very cordial and efficient. Fabio is also fantastic!
Sophie K.
1715883395
Rene did an excellent and thorough job. Jose came to fix AC and did an excellent job as well! Juan c was super friendly and speedy. Amazing job.
Hamish M.
1715883223
The True Measure of a ContractorIt’s easy to give a company high marks when everything goes smoothly. But let’s face it, sometimes things don’t go smoothly. And the true measure of a contractor is revealed in how they respond when things go wrong. Brody Pennell simply sets the standard that all others should aspire to.In a nutshell, my wife and I hired these wonderful human beings to do a major job at our townhouse: replacing the 30-year-old rooftop HVAC unit with a new, energy efficient one. Of course, before choosing them, we did our due diligence, secured four different bids and read all the reviews, etc.Brody’s was certainly not the least expensive estimate we received. But they also weren’t the most expensive. (Those guys who have the fancy retro graphics on their trucks were the most expensive… and yet their rep did not offer us the better equipment options that Brody did, he was slow to follow up, and just didn’t seem to care about winning our business.) And on the flipside, there was a contractor whose bid came in much cheaper. But he suggested that getting a permit for a major crane operation over a public sidewalk on a shared-property condominium building should be considered optional – giant red flag.In addition to having great reviews and a reasonable price, our interactions with Brody’s rep, Brian, were great. He was extremely knowledgeable, ridiculously responsive and just gave off good vibes. So we happily went with Brody Pennell and are so glad we did. They sent out their foreman, Jaime – another kind, courteous, professional man – to scout the job, got it scheduled quickly, even though it was around the Thanksgiving holiday, and showed up exactly when they said they would with every visit. The big installation itself went swimmingly. And again the Brody techs that did the bulk of the work were great representatives for the company.Then, after the work was complete, a couple of problems revealed themselves. I won’t go into extreme detail on this. But due to the custom curb mounting that the new machine required, there was an increase in vibrations into the house, which was unexpected from a new, more efficient machine. And there was a roof leak issue that occurred during the unprecedented rains that we had last winter.For both issues, Brody was on their game without us having to push them. They were simply committed to making things right for us from the beginning. The head of the company, Mike Carson, dealt with us directly, every step of the way. And the entire Brody team did everything in their power to get the issues fixed. This required several visits to the house, and sourcing subcontractors to deal with certain issues. To be clear, this wasn’t convenient for either us or them. And Brody likely ended up losing money on this job. But that never stopped them from doing what they needed to in order to make things right.That is what separates a great contractor from a serviceable one. And that is why we will be customers of theirs for life and will always recommend Brody Pennell to anyone who needs HVAC work done.5-16-24 Update: Just had another seasonal maintenance visit. This time from Kevin and Juancho who were fantastic and thorough. Keep up the great work, guys!
Sandra N.
1715882929
Juan Molina has done a very good job and been very healpful
Maggie M.
1715882843
Kevin & Juancho are awesome! Gave us great service today!!
John A.
1715881925
David Mares is great at explaining HVAC details.
jcandre24
1715880409
Rene was very kind and thorough. And showed up on time. Thank you Rene.
Jordan L.
1715825568
Very good - cleaned everything.
Michael D.
1715824781
Christian,Ale and Jose did a fantastic job installing our units and testing them to perfection! Thanks for all your help!
Rebeca M.
1715806995
Armando N and James H did a great job.
David H.
1715802434
Juan Romo was efficient knowledgeable andCurtiousPleasant to work with
Eric Z.
1715800680
Leo H and Tristen came to the house for my summer check up. They are simply the best…. Professional, knowledgeable and took the time to explain the wear and tear on my unit and what I needed and not needed for the summer and beyond. It is always great when you find people you can trust to get the job done and have your best interest in mind as they do their job. I will request to have them be my “go to” team and I suggest you do as well.
Olivette S.
1715800410
Juancho did a terrific job and very professional.
Stephen D.
1715798574
Kevin Lopez is very professional, personable and thorough. He answered all our questions with clear answers. He’s a great representative of Brody Pennell.
Marsha D.
1715798347
Kevin was very thorough and extremely pleasant. Great job!
Robin L.
1715795885
Ivan Diaz & Hilton K. Thank you !
Gail S.
1715795283
I sincerely commend both David Mares and Ashton, his supervisor, for the extreme conscientiousness and attention they gave to my aging heating and air conditioning systems. They both explained and objectively proved the nature of my system's aging out failures, and I find them very trustworthy. I know they are trying to help me secure the best solution on my budget as a retired person. I appreciate their respective services, which occurred on May 12, 2024.
Edward W.
1715793363
Richie Salazar did an outstanding job with our annual inspection. Very courteous and very professional.
N H
1715728032
Update 5/14/24 Desi and edward came to do our annual service and were extremely professional and friendly. They explained their work and took videos to explain to us, what was going on w the hvac unit on the roof.Rene my service tech was great. On time, courteous and helpful. He gave me some helpful tips for my thermostat and vent maintenance. Thank you.
Andre S.
1715726970
Kevin and Maurice were great tecks, and gave friendly service
Audrey G.
1715726775
Juan Romo was so polite and thorough. Showed me pictures of all the components and the issues. Broke down all of my options and explained everything. He was extremely careful in my home and left no dirty trace of work being done. !!!!! The doormat, booties and gloves they use is great too !!!
Jacob S.
1715725814
Great work / customer service! Special shout out to Juan Molina and team!
Ashley B.
1715724414
Juan Molina and Richard were so helpful and professional and very clean. Thank you for your help guys!
Pamela J.
1715720668
Anthony Manzo,Brett Turner, Mike and Raul I, Ben T and Rafael A gave me great service and excellent recommendations. They made sure I understood everything. Thanks!Cesar C and Hilton K did a great repairing my problem. They were on time , efficient, courteous and neat. Thank you!
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Erin C.
1716007429
AC stopped blowing cold air, oh what fun to be an adult. From the initial call (“We’re gonna get someone there fast, can’t have us pretty girls getting too hot!”) to Octavio and David’s very thorough service, can’t recommend this company enough.
Jennifer S.
1715997072
David Mares and Fabio Gomez were great. They came out quickly to assess the problem and explained everything in detail.
Jeff M.
1715995586
Ivan and Ariel were amazing technicians and representatives of your company. They were thoughtful in how they explained our system and how they were maintaining it. They also went above and beyond in their service. Would give 6 stars if I could. We will be signing up for the annual membership service because of genuine, trustworthy and effective partners like Ivan and Ariel. Carissa who scheduled our service was awesome as well.
Sandra C.
1715982294
Kevin had a delightful personality and was very efficient during his visit. Great service, thank you!5/17/24Ruben and Jason did a great and superb job.
Jonathan W.
1715979105
Marco was very helpful! Great company. I recommend him for any work you need done on your ac!
Stefano N.
1715975759
Emmith came out to repair and service my HVAC unit. The whole process with Brody Pennell was exceptional - from my initial call to the actual service by Emmith. Incredibly professional organization and my unit is working perfectly now. I would highly recommend Emmith and Brody PennellDaniel B and Juan de Jesus came out to service my units. They did an excellent job - very professional, thorough and courteous. Would highly recommend them and Brody Pennell
Alyssa N.
1715975606
Juan Molina was so efficient and nice! Very helpful and professional!!!
Diana S.
1715973583
Daniel and Richie were great! So friendly, clean, and professional. They were very respectful of our home and the surroundings. We are happy to have our HVAC unit cared for by them.
Olivia E.
1715972266
James H and Armando N were super helpful and professional. Very efficient work and great at explaining the issues.
Barbara B.
1715970108
Tristan and Leo h were clean, quiet and respectful.
Rosa O.
1715967675
05/17 Juancho and Juan c stopped by to repair a thermostat issue. They were on time, professional and answered all my questions. Our AC is fully functional. Thank you.Daniel b and Dan R were right on time. They were professional and completed the work timely and efficiently.03/05/24 we had 2 other tech come out Daniel B and Ifthy and Alessandro . They listened to all my concerns regarding the AC system. After trouble shooting they came back and explained the system and how it works. He even explained what repairs he recommended. Great service. Thank you guys.
Patrick H.
1715966809
Anthony Manzo was here and on time and well dressed and very professional 👍🏽👍🏽
J C.
1715964276
The great service started with David for service, then to Brett who set us up with an amazing new system. Installation was rapid and efficient, everyone was very clean and polite. Thanks to Hilario V, Juan D and Michael M for your hard work and professionalism
barney A.
1715903456
Kevin and Juancho did a great job.
lina T.
1715900168
Rene is very helpful & knowledgeable!
Ryan Z.
1715896451
Shawn was very thorough and knowledgeable about heating and air. And a nice young man. Also, Mike I., Raul I., Pablo P. And Diego B. Great group of guys! Hard working and fast!
Erica
1715895415
David mares was very professional. He went above and beyond.
Ronald W.
1715893913
Juan J Carbajal solved my furnace issues lickety split. Now I can be warm at will, without stress. 5 stars!!!
Daniel V.
1715893293
Steven and Freddy were awesome! So kind and helpful with their maintenance call. Happy to be a member with them!
Mario M. R.
1715891967
Anthony Manzo was very thorough and courteous. He did a great job.
elaine M.
1715891733
Richie Salazar and Juan DeJesus were professional, answered all my questions, and were a pleasure to work with.
Patrick O.
1715888652
James is everything you want in an hvac technician. He walked me through every step, documented everything, and explained in detail how every piece of my AC system work, even getting down into the nitty gritty science at times ( and then politely dumb it for me). He did all this with an easy going personality. 6/5 stars.
Mr. H.
1715885501
Juan Carbajal and César corrales did a great job fixing my unit was here on time and very informative would recommend these guys 10005/16/2024Daniel B. and Maurice did a great job andgave us a lot of information on our units. They should be in an office.
Paizley L.
1715885286
Ariel and Philip were great - on time - very thorough and kind
Chris L.
1715884235
Daniel B and Maurice were very efficient and friendly
Joanie N.
1715884064
Ivan is very cordial and efficient. Fabio is also fantastic!
Sophie K.
1715883395
Rene did an excellent and thorough job. Jose came to fix AC and did an excellent job as well! Juan c was super friendly and speedy. Amazing job.
Hamish M.
1715883223
The True Measure of a ContractorIt’s easy to give a company high marks when everything goes smoothly. But let’s face it, sometimes things don’t go smoothly. And the true measure of a contractor is revealed in how they respond when things go wrong. Brody Pennell simply sets the standard that all others should aspire to.In a nutshell, my wife and I hired these wonderful human beings to do a major job at our townhouse: replacing the 30-year-old rooftop HVAC unit with a new, energy efficient one. Of course, before choosing them, we did our due diligence, secured four different bids and read all the reviews, etc.Brody’s was certainly not the least expensive estimate we received. But they also weren’t the most expensive. (Those guys who have the fancy retro graphics on their trucks were the most expensive… and yet their rep did not offer us the better equipment options that Brody did, he was slow to follow up, and just didn’t seem to care about winning our business.) And on the flipside, there was a contractor whose bid came in much cheaper. But he suggested that getting a permit for a major crane operation over a public sidewalk on a shared-property condominium building should be considered optional – giant red flag.In addition to having great reviews and a reasonable price, our interactions with Brody’s rep, Brian, were great. He was extremely knowledgeable, ridiculously responsive and just gave off good vibes. So we happily went with Brody Pennell and are so glad we did. They sent out their foreman, Jaime – another kind, courteous, professional man – to scout the job, got it scheduled quickly, even though it was around the Thanksgiving holiday, and showed up exactly when they said they would with every visit. The big installation itself went swimmingly. And again the Brody techs that did the bulk of the work were great representatives for the company.Then, after the work was complete, a couple of problems revealed themselves. I won’t go into extreme detail on this. But due to the custom curb mounting that the new machine required, there was an increase in vibrations into the house, which was unexpected from a new, more efficient machine. And there was a roof leak issue that occurred during the unprecedented rains that we had last winter.For both issues, Brody was on their game without us having to push them. They were simply committed to making things right for us from the beginning. The head of the company, Mike Carson, dealt with us directly, every step of the way. And the entire Brody team did everything in their power to get the issues fixed. This required several visits to the house, and sourcing subcontractors to deal with certain issues. To be clear, this wasn’t convenient for either us or them. And Brody likely ended up losing money on this job. But that never stopped them from doing what they needed to in order to make things right.That is what separates a great contractor from a serviceable one. And that is why we will be customers of theirs for life and will always recommend Brody Pennell to anyone who needs HVAC work done.5-16-24 Update: Just had another seasonal maintenance visit. This time from Kevin and Juancho who were fantastic and thorough. Keep up the great work, guys!
Sandra N.
1715882929
Juan Molina has done a very good job and been very healpful
Maggie M.
1715882843
Kevin & Juancho are awesome! Gave us great service today!!
John A.
1715881925
David Mares is great at explaining HVAC details.
jcandre24
1715880409
Rene was very kind and thorough. And showed up on time. Thank you Rene.
Jordan L.
1715825568
Very good - cleaned everything.
Michael D.
1715824781
Christian,Ale and Jose did a fantastic job installing our units and testing them to perfection! Thanks for all your help!
Rebeca M.
1715806995
Armando N and James H did a great job.
David H.
1715802434
Juan Romo was efficient knowledgeable andCurtiousPleasant to work with
Eric Z.
1715800680
Leo H and Tristen came to the house for my summer check up. They are simply the best…. Professional, knowledgeable and took the time to explain the wear and tear on my unit and what I needed and not needed for the summer and beyond. It is always great when you find people you can trust to get the job done and have your best interest in mind as they do their job. I will request to have them be my “go to” team and I suggest you do as well.
Olivette S.
1715800410
Juancho did a terrific job and very professional.
Stephen D.
1715798574
Kevin Lopez is very professional, personable and thorough. He answered all our questions with clear answers. He’s a great representative of Brody Pennell.
Marsha D.
1715798347
Kevin was very thorough and extremely pleasant. Great job!
Robin L.
1715795885
Ivan Diaz & Hilton K. Thank you !
Gail S.
1715795283
I sincerely commend both David Mares and Ashton, his supervisor, for the extreme conscientiousness and attention they gave to my aging heating and air conditioning systems. They both explained and objectively proved the nature of my system's aging out failures, and I find them very trustworthy. I know they are trying to help me secure the best solution on my budget as a retired person. I appreciate their respective services, which occurred on May 12, 2024.
Edward W.
1715793363
Richie Salazar did an outstanding job with our annual inspection. Very courteous and very professional.
N H
1715728032
Update 5/14/24 Desi and edward came to do our annual service and were extremely professional and friendly. They explained their work and took videos to explain to us, what was going on w the hvac unit on the roof.Rene my service tech was great. On time, courteous and helpful. He gave me some helpful tips for my thermostat and vent maintenance. Thank you.
Andre S.
1715726970
Kevin and Maurice were great tecks, and gave friendly service
Audrey G.
1715726775
Juan Romo was so polite and thorough. Showed me pictures of all the components and the issues. Broke down all of my options and explained everything. He was extremely careful in my home and left no dirty trace of work being done. !!!!! The doormat, booties and gloves they use is great too !!!
Jacob S.
1715725814
Great work / customer service! Special shout out to Juan Molina and team!
Ashley B.
1715724414
Juan Molina and Richard were so helpful and professional and very clean. Thank you for your help guys!
Pamela J.
1715720668
Anthony Manzo,Brett Turner, Mike and Raul I, Ben T and Rafael A gave me great service and excellent recommendations. They made sure I understood everything. Thanks!Cesar C and Hilton K did a great repairing my problem. They were on time , efficient, courteous and neat. Thank you!
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