A new year is the perfect opportunity to reflect and start fresh. When thinking about what you’re hoping to accomplish in the new year, consider some resolutions around home improvement. With the combination of the COVID-19 pandemic and the California wildfires, we’ve been spending many more hours inside. So don’t wait another twelve months! Resolve to make 2021 the year of home comfort with these 5 key home improvements.
1) Resolve to Breathe Better
One thing that became crystal clear over the last 365 days is that the simplest thing of all – the air we breathe – plays a critical role in our health.
2021 is the time to investigate your IAQ (Indoor Air Quality). IAQ is not just the dust floating around in the air. The air inside your home contains viruses, bacteria, allergens, and odor-causing pollutants. High humidity and low humidity can both cause many additional issues from mold to structural damage.
At Brody Pennell, we provide a variety of IAQ services and products to improve your home comfort beyond the temperature. Our air purifiers, humidifiers and dehumidifiers, and duct cleaning services will ensure that your family breathes the best possible air all year long.
2) Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
One of the best goals you can set for the new year is to take better care of our environment. Conserving energy is a big undertaking. Fortunately, you can do your part right at home. Putting a greater focus on reducing the use (and waste) of energy in your home will not only contribute to the health of the Earth, but to your bank account as well. When you put a greater focus on eco-friendly choices throughout your home, it will reduce your bills right along with your environmental impact. Here are a few tips to get you started:
Buy energy-efficient appliances
If you plan to replace your refrigerator, washer and dryer, furnace, or virtually any household appliance this year, put efficiency first. Choose those that are Energy Star rated and which mention energy conservation as a prominent feature.
Disconnect your energy-suckers No matter how innovative your appliances and devices might be, they’ll still expend energy when you aren’t using them. Turn off and unplug anything that you’re not using consistently.
Be mindful of maintenance Many appliances and devices overuse energy in your home because they haven’t been properly maintained, are being misused, or because they need repair which would help them perform more efficiently. Make sure every appliance is functioning at its best to prevent energy overuse.
Prevent energy loss If you notice your heating system is constantly cycling, your home might require weatherization. Outdated windows and doors let cold air into your home, while ducts that require sealing lose that warm air to your attic. That means your heater must work extra hard to warm your home. Weatherize your home to prevent any unnecessary energy loss.
Stay informed Looking for more information on how you can keep your home energy efficient and reduce your carbon footprint? We have an entire library of energy efficiency resources — start here.
3) Walk the Perimeter
When was the last time you really looked at the outside of your home? If you’re like us, you probably come in and out of your home daily and never give it a passing glance.
This year, check the exterior of your home with every new season. Look for peeling paint, cracked foundation, overzealous plantlife, and errant gutters. Perhaps you’ll power-wash in the spring, patch the roof this summer, and clean the ivy off of your AC unit this year.
Whatever your home needs, don’t neglect the outside. You don’t want to be surprised when the outdoor problems come crawling inward.
4) Put Safety First
It’s never a bad time to put the safety of your family above all else. Unfortunately, many of us neglect safety updates for too long, assuming we won’t need to. Don’t make that mistake this year. Make sure your home is ready for anything:
Upgrade your CO Monitor Don’t wait to make sure your carbon monoxide and smoke detectors are upgraded and well-functioning. This could save a life. Brody Pennell can ensure your home and family are secure and safe with an up-to-code Carrier CO detector.
Update your prevention plans Do you have a plan in case of fire or natural disaster? As your family grows and changes, update these plans to account for new occupants or different bedroom arrangements. No matter where they are in your home, your family should know how to react to any emergency.
Invest in security and surveillance If you haven’t already, this year could be a great time to install cameras, floodlights, motion detectors, or even a privacy fence. Even on the safest streets, surprises happen. Don’t let them happen to you.
Deter unwanted pests Not every pest is potentially harmful or hazardous, but no pest is a good pest. Protect your humans, animals, and the house structure from infestations that are costly to remediate.
Make all-over safety updates
From baby-proofing your house to making updates that suit aging family members, your home constantly needs something new. Make sure that your new bathroom has a no-slip bar for grandma and that you take this winter to finally fix that loose step to the basement. Don’t put off any project that could keep your loved ones safe.
5) Commit to Heating System Maintenance
Do you have a maintenance plan for your heating and air conditioning systems? If not, this is one of the best investments you could make for your home and the entire family. The benefits of ongoing HVAC maintenance include:
- Keep equipment warranty intact
- Fewer surprise repairs
- Lower repair costs
- More consistent home comfort
- Prevention of hazards
- Early detection for system replacement
Prioritize the reliable comfort of your home and the cost-savings that come with investing in ongoing heating and cooling maintenance.
Resolve to Live Healthy & Happy in 2021
With New Year’s resolutions, the goal should be personal and true to you. At Brody Pennell, we believe there’s nothing more sacred than your home. If you plan to give your home some love and attention in 2021, we’re here to help. We can be your partner in helping you achieve your home improvement resolutions. Contact us for all of your heating, cooling, and home comfort needs. Call today at (310) 896 4911.
Is your air conditioner more than eight years old? If so, your AC may use Freon® as a coolant, which is part of a federally regulated R22 phaseout. Translation: your air conditioner repairs will soon get more expensive.
Your air conditioner contains a refrigerant fluid. Depending on the make and model of your system, the coolant inside your system could be R-22. R-22 is a coolant known by other names, such as R22 or Freon®. The EPA identified this refrigerant as a cause for ozone layer depletion, so the government is phasing out the use of it in different equipment. As of January 2020, refrigerant suppliers can no longer produce or sell Freon®. That means the only R-22 available will be recovered, recycled, or reclaimed supplies.
Check out our infographic to learn more about what you can do to prepare for the upcoming R22 phaseout:
Fall is in full swing and that means the holiday season is underway. With modern families spread from coast to coast, it’s more important than ever to create a warm and hospitable environment for traveling guests. That’s why we’ve made this checklist to help you get your home ready for the holidays!
Holidays should be spent having fun and making memories with the people closest to you. However, if you find yourself underprepared to entertain holiday guests, it can quickly turn the holidays from special to stressful.
Whether it’s just for day-of festivities or you’re housing aunts, uncles, siblings, cousins, and surprise plus ones. Run through this pre-holiday visitor checklist to get your home ready for the holidays!
1. Prep Your Plumbing System
Anyone who’s ever hosted Thanksgiving dinner at their house knows the toll that it can place on the home’s plumbing system. From the mountain of dishes left in the kitchen sink to the increased use of the home’s bathrooms. Calling out a plumber to inspect and, if needed, fortify your pipes can save you from any disastrous holiday plumbing problems.
2. CO Monitor Check
There’s a good likelihood that holiday cooking is going to lead to increased use of your stovetop. If you have a gas range, this enhances the probability of an accidental CO leak from one of your stove’s burners. With even more loved ones under your roof, checking your carbon monoxide monitor is an especially wise task to address before your guests arrive.
3. Have Essentials Available for Guests
You don’t have to fold your tissues into origami swans for your closest friends and family. But, you will want to make guests aware of where to find certain essentials. Help your guests feel at home by placing things like extra towels, pillows, blankets, Tylenol, allergy medications, hand lotion and band-aids in your guests’ quarters.
4. Examine Your Exterior
As homes are filled to the brim with friends and relatives, it’s not uncommon for a holiday party to spill over into the yard. While you don’t have guests to accommodate, it can be easy to adopt an out of sight, out of mind mentality for your outdoor maintenance.
Keep your friends and family safe while they play yard games, football or enjoy a fall fire by clearing up your yard and securing railings and steps.
5. Light the Way for Guests
Traveling can be unpredictable, so guests can arrive at all hours of the day – or night! This makes something as simple as changing a light bulb a vital task to help guests acclimate to your home.
From pavers and porch lights to hall and attic lights. Wherever guests are staying should be well lit to help them comfortably navigate your home during their stay.
6. Heater Tuneup
We know Southern California falls are fairly temperate. Still, it’s important to call in an HVAC technician to ensure your heat system is ready for the winter ahead. If your furnace has any issues, you’ll want to find out before your house is set to entertain ALL of your relatives. A heater tuneup should be a mandatory task to get your home ready for the holdays!
7. Pad Up Insulation
Insulation is one of the smartest investments homeowners can make to improve home comfort AND energy efficiency (source). Once you’ve shored up your heat system with seasonal maintenance, the next best step is to more efficiently retain the heat your system produces. Avoiding heat (and therefore energy) leaks will prevent cold spots. Plus, it will keep your utility bills down as you heat up your home.
8. Consider Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality
Ensuring your home is comfortable for your family and guests may require some attention to your indoor air quality. With the weather getting colder outside, there may be an increase in time spent inside. This, along with a higher number of visitors, can cause a spike in air pollutants. Guests traveling from other regions may also be more sensitive to local allergens.
One way to address the air quality of your home is an air purifier. Air purifiers can be integrated within your central air system or a stand-alone as an individual unit. Running an air purifier throughout colder months can help counteract the buildup of indoor air pollution.
You can check off a number of items on this list with a quick call to the LA HVAC experts at Brody Pennell. Schedule your furnace maintenance appointment today! Ask your technicians about other ways to improve your home comfort ahead of the herd of holiday guests your home is set to support this year.
Our customers in Los Angeles, California sometimes ask this question: Can I cover up an HVAC outdoor unit?
Reasons you might want to cover your HVAC Unit
If this is something you’ve never even considered, then the question may puzzle you. Perhaps you’ve never set foot to look at your outdoor system. However, there are many reasons that someone might want to cover their HVAC unit.
- Property values depend heavily on a buyer’s first impression of the home. Savvy homeowners take great care to improve curb appeal, which can help drive up the cost of a home that is for sale.
- Aesthetics are essential to our customers in LA. Your home should look and feel like the sanctuary it is. If the AC unit is in a prominent place on the property, like next to a pool, it can feel like an eyesore.
- Proper care and maintenance of an air conditioning system is vital to their longevity. If there are trees or other landscaping that often cause debris to fall on or even inside an HVAC unit, you may be tempted to cover it up.
Ideally, it is best to keep your air conditioner unobstructed. But, we understand there are valid concerns and desires to wanting to conceal your condenser.
So, CAN I HIDE MY AIR CONDITIONER?
If you are seeking to hide your unit from view, then the answer is yes! You can hide your HVAC unit. However, that doesn’t mean you can build a box around your system. Air conditioning units require something called free airflow.
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The air around your HVAC system is the means for refrigerant to get cold. AC systems draw air across the condensing coils, using the temperature of the air to cool the fluid in the coil, and then shoots the hot exhaust air away.
If you block the airflow to the unit, the fan must work much harder to draw the appropriate amount of air across the coils. That could lead to higher energy bills and an increased likelihood that your unit will require repair sooner.
Separately, if you encase the unit, it could cause the air to shortcircuit. The warm exhaust air needs to be sent far away from the system so that it draws only cooler air across the coils. If warm air cannot escape to the environment, your system could have problems performing well, and after a small amount of time operating like this, the system is not able to cool at all.
In short, studies have shown that when shrubs, walls, or other objects are placed too close to a condensing unit it reduces system efficiency. If you can, leaving your AC condenser completely unobstructed is best.
Thinking of covering your HVAC unit for maintenance reasons?
If you want to cover your HVAC unit to keep the elements at bay, we have specific advice for you. You don’t need to do this! Air conditioning systems are built to endure harsh weather conditions, moisture, and even some debris.
Covering your AC unit with a tarp or other cover can cause other problems! For example, rodents seek shelter in covered areas like this during the colder months. Also, you might forget to remove the cover when you first turn on your AC, and that can cause big operational problems.
As long as you have your air conditioner serviced once a year, your system receives regularly cleaning. During our preventative maintenance visits, we rinse your unit and clean out any debris. So, make sure you take care of these visits before it starts to get hot here in southern California!
Guidelines: If you want to cover your HVAC unit
Ready to disguise your air conditioning system? Follow these essential guidelines:
- Service Area – remember that your system needs servicing by a certified technician at least once a year. Make sure that any barrier you create is simple to enter. Also, there should be at least 2-3 feet of clear area around the system.
- Choose appropriate landscaping – bushes are a popular option to hide A/C units. Be sure that you choose landscaping that doesn’t create a lot of debris, such as falling leaves, nuts, or fruit. Also, keep in mind that landscaping needs regular trimming to ensure it doesn’t encroach on your AC unit.
- Free Airflow – Be sure that the air conditioner has open space to encourage free airflow. If you choose fencing or other structural materials to cover your HVAC unit, be sure that there is plenty of slats or other open areas in the material. The ratio of open area to the material should be at least 50%, ideally higher. Walls or barriers should be placed no closer than 3 feet to the sides of the system.
Have a question about your AC?
Air conditioners are somewhat of a mystery to most homeowners. That’s where Brody Pennell, the experts is HVAC, come in. We’d be happy to answer any inquiries about your heating and cooling system. As the longest-standing Carrier dealer in Los Angeles, we have decades of experience in the industry. Give us a call anytime an HVAC concern comes to mind.
Spring is here! And you know what that means: spring cleaning. There are plenty of excellent tips on deep cleaning your home, but what about spring cleaning for your HVAC? Here’s three things you can add to your deep cleaning checklist:
1. Replace air filters
Be sure you replace your HVAC filter this spring! Consider this: the most important thing of all to be clean in your home is the air that you and your family breathe! All the air in your home travels through your filter.
But here’s a question you might not have thought about. Should you replace your HVAC filter before or after you clean? If you replace your filter before you dust, all of those airborne dust particles will get trapped on your new filter. That means your filter will be dirtier much sooner than normal. And those particles will just sit there until you replace your filter next. The result will be a less efficient HVAC system, and air that’s not as clean as it could be.
So if you’re going to be doing a ton of cleaning and dusting, wait to change your air filter until a day or two after you’re done. That way, all of the chemicals and dust bunnies you’ve created that are floating in the air will get captured on your old filter. Then, you can promptly throw it away and get the dust out of your house for good!
2. Wipe down your vents
Here’s another tip for your HVAC this spring: give your air vents a quick once-over. Allergens and dust build up on vents. If you skip cleaning them, they’ll have a dirty and dingy look. Also, whatever is sitting on your air vents will become a part of the air you breathe.
If you’re already vacuuming the rooms in your house, swap over to the extender rod to suck up the dust from your air vent. Or if your vent is near the floor, use damp rag or towel to wipe up any grime.
3. Get a tune-up scheduled
Sometimes, you gotta bring in the professional. A preventative maintenance visit is of utmost importance to keeping your air conditioner running smoothly. Since a new HVAC is an expensive investment, it’s critical to ensure your system works for as many years as possible. Give us a call to schedule your seasonal tune-up. Or, consider joining our maintenance agreement program. You’ll get a tuneup in both the spring and the fall, so your entire system stays in good condition.
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Spring is just around the corner! And for many Los Angeles homeowners, it’s the perfect season to organize their space and deep clean their homes. But spring isn’t just for cleaning. There are a number of other important spring home maintenance tasks you need to take care of in the coming months to keep your home in optimal condition for the rest of the year.
1. Examine your roof.
Winter weather can wreak havoc on your roof, so spring is a good time to check for any lost or damaged shingles. Have a qualified roofer replace shingles that are cracked, loose, or damaged. They should also check for flashing around skylights and chimneys. If your roof is old or very damaged, then now is the best time to start planning for a roof replacement budget.
2. Clean and examine gutters.
When is the last time that you cleaned and checked your gutters? Spring is the perfect time to make sure they are clean and in working order. Pull any leaves or debris from the gutters and downspouts. If you notice that the gutters have pulled away from your home, reattach them. Test the gutters to ensure proper drainage by running a hose through them. If you notice leaks, be sure to seal them using caulk or epoxy.
3. Change your HVAC air filter.
Though you should be checking and changing your HVAC filter regularly, it’s easy to forget about this task when you’re bundled up in your home through the winter. Checking your air filter and replacing it when it’s clogged or dirty is one of the easiest spring maintenance tasks, yet it’s also one of the most important. Not only does changing your air filter help you improve indoor air quality, but it ensures that your HVAC system is running efficiently.
4. Check your insulation.
With energy costs rising, you should avoid energy waste as much as possible in your home. That’s why it’s important to check for cracks and gaps around windows, doors, and thresholds to ensure that no conditioned air is escaping. Caulk edges, fill cracks, and replace any damaged insulation to keep the cool air from escaping. You may also want to call in a professional to check for other areas where insulation may be inadequate.
5. Clean up your landscaping.
Winter tends to be one time of the year when Los Angeles homeowners neglect their yards. That makes spring the perfect time to clean up your lawn, flower, and garden beds. Pick up any debris or branches that may have found its way into your yard this winter. Pull out any weeds and use a rake or leaf flower to remove remaining debris. If you are planting new vegetation, be sure to fertilize and keep an eye on weed control throughout the rest of the year to keep your lawn looking fresh year-round.
6. Remove any obstructions from your exterior HVAC equipment.
Outside debris and vegetation can restrict your exterior HVAC equipment and keep it from performing optimally. Ideally, you should check your equipment at least once a month and remove any debris. If you have bushes or shrubs growing around the area, make sure that they are trimmed back at least two feet from the unit. This ensures that the AC can pull in the air that it needs to for temperature regulation within your home.
7. Inspect your deck and fence.
If you have a fence or deck on your property, now is the best time to inspect it for damage and safety issues. Wood decks and fences will deteriorate over time due to damage from moisture and insects. Inspect your deck and fence, looking for signs of water damage, loose nails and screws, damaged boards, and broken hardware. Repairing these elements as you notice them will help you maintain the appearance of your fence while ensuring year-round safety.
8. Take care of pest control.
Spring is the season when pests like to invade Los Angeles properties. It’s best to be proactive so that you don’t have to deal with pest issues and the hassle and damage they can cause. Find a local pest control company that you can trust and work to get on a preventative plan that helps you reduce the chances of bugs, mice, and other pests entering your home and causing damage.
9. Clean your carpets.
When is the last time you cleaned your carpets? Even if you vacuum regularly, your carpets can hold on to allergens, pet dander, particles, and other indoor pollutants that make it difficult for your family to breathe easy in your home. Getting professional carpet cleaning once a year can help kill the bacteria that are clinging to your carpet fibers and remove pollutants that are trapped deep in the carpets. Not to mention, it leaves your home looking clean and fresh.
10. Schedule a spring HVAC tune-up.
Spring is also the best time to schedule an HVAC system tune-up. Since your heater was working hard in the winter and your AC will be working even harder in the summer, spring is the perfect time to ensure that your HVAC system is clean, well lubricated, and working efficiently. Seasonal maintenance not only helps ensure that your system is working efficiently, but it is also a time when your HVAC technician can identify possible repair needs that may impact your home comfort.
Schedule Your Spring HVAC Tune-Up
Now that spring is here, it’s imperative that you schedule your seasonal HVAC tune-up. Maintenance is the best way to keep your system working optimally and be proactive about repair needs. During your tune-up, one of our experienced HVAC technicians will clean your system, lubricate its parts, and check for any repair needs. If your AC needs a repair, we will take care of it now before it turns into a bigger, more costly issue. Contact us today to schedule your spring HVAC tune-up. (And don’t forget to ask about how you can save some money with our HVAC maintenance agreements!)
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the average family in the United States spends about a third of its annual heating and cooling budget on air that leaks into or out of their home. This amounts to about $350 that is wasted on air leaks!
If you want to get more out of your HVAC system and stop wasting money on air leaks, you will need to make sure that your home is leak-proof. Sealing air leaks in your home is an energy saving strategy that will not only help you save money, but also run more smoothly and efficiently year-round. Below, we’ll give you some simple tips for sealing air leaks around your home.
How to Seal Air Leaks in Your Home
Reducing the air leaks around your home is an affordable way to cut down on your heating and cooling costs while also increasing home comfort. Here are just a few cost-effective ways to seal air leaks in your home:
- Caulk or weatherstrip doors and windows.
Most drafts in your home will occur around doors and windows, especially if you have an older home. It’s important to check for air leaks around these areas. If you find any issues, you can then use caulk or weatherstripping to seal the areas around doors and windows to prevent cool or warm air from escaping your home. For larger gaps around windows or baseboards, try using a foam sealant.
- Close gaps around chimneys and flues.
There are often gaps between the wood framing and metal flues or brick chimneys that allow air to escape your home. The metal fireplace flues can also warp or break over time with repeated heating and cooling. You can close these gaps using aluminum flashing to cover the gaps and high-temperature silicone caulk to seal them into place. You can also seal the flue when not in use using an inflatable chimney balloon, which is made of durable plastic and can easily be removed and reused many times.
- Insulate around recessed lights.
Most of the recessed lighting in your home will have vents that open into the attic. This presents a direct route for warm or cool air to escape. If you have many of these fixtures in your home, this can result in a significant number of leaks. Look for lights labeled “ICAT,” which stands for insulation contact and air tight. Remove the current bulb, push the baffle up into the housing, and replace with an ICAT bulb.
Save More Energy at Home
Sealing air leaks in your home isn’t the only cost-effective way that you can improve energy efficiency in Los Angeles. There are a variety of energy saving appliances or gadgets like smart thermostats and energy efficient HVAC systems that will keep you and your family comfortable year-round while helping you cut down on wasted energy and save more money on your utility costs.
To learn more about what energy efficient HVAC products might be right for you, give us a call today: (310) 896-4911.
Selling a home can be ceaselessly tedious. From keeping your home meticulously clean for showings, to dealing with buyer’s demands, it’s nice to have certain aspects of your home that you can rely on. Your HVAC system should be one of those aspects that you don’t have to worry about when selling your home. A faulty HVAC system can be a major red-flag to buyers and prevent them from feeling comfortable committing to your home.
If you’re selling your home, your older HVAC system could hold you back in these ways.
Creating the right buying experience
Touring a house that could potentially be your forever home needs to be a perfect experience. From the curb appeal to the financial details, everything has to be in-line to shell out a hefty down payment and commit to a 15 or 30 year loan. This is why realtors recommend a home be spotless for showings.
Part of showing your home in its best light is how buyers feel inside the home. If they feel uncomfortable, they may cut the showing short and eliminate your home from contention immediately.
Let buyers feel as though they have already moved in by creating a comfortable atmosphere with a reliable HVAC system.
Minimizing monthly costs
It’s not just the down payment and future mortgage that buyers are focused on when making an investment in a new property. Energy can be one of the largest bills in a household. If a buyer sees that the HVAC system is outdated, they’ll know that they’re going to pay an extra 10, 20, 30 or maybe even 40% on monthly energy costs.
Replacing your old system with a new energy efficient system can convince buyers to not only purchase your home, but maybe even feel comfortable paying more than asking price to secure the perfect place if they know the extra mortgage expenses will fit into the smaller energy bill.
Homebuyers are set to make a major purchase. One that could be the most significant decision of their lives. To say that they are going to be highly scrutinous of the homes that they are shown, is an understatement.
Don’t leave any room for doubt about how well you maintained your home and property. Just as you would meticulously clean your home before a showing, make sure your larger appliances that are staying with the house are just as presentable. This is especially the case for your HVAC system. If you are the type of homeowner that takes good care of your HVAC system or invests in a quality HVAC system, it’s a good sign to buyers that you’ve taken good care of your home in general.
Leave nothing to question by purchasing a quality HVAC system or maintaining your quality Carrier HVAC system before putting your home on the market.
Consider an upgrade
If your HVAC system is over 10 years old, it’s going to become a point of contention for home buyers. They will know that sooner than later this will become a major expense for them. By taking on the cost of a newer system, you can ensure that you get the proper asking price for your home.
Ultimately you will want to weigh the pros and cons of making this investment to ensure a great resale value for your home, but more often than not, sellers receive a great return on the investment of a new HVAC system. This is especially the case in tougher selling markets or for homes that have otherwise had a rough time selling.
Don’t continue to pay monthly expenses on your old home at the expense of an old HVAC system. Give Brody Pennell a call and we can work with you to find the right system, at the right price for the right financing to help you sell your home, without affecting your credit for your new home purchase. Speak to an LA HVAC expert today @ (310) 896-4911.
DIY home projects are all the rage, and for good reason! It’s easy to make some small changes that will have a big impact on your living space. Not to mention, DIY is rather budget-friendly and can be done without any hassle from a middle man. As long as you have a good attitude and don’t mind getting a little messy, you can get a lot done around your home!
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DIY doesn’t have to mean difficult! Take a look at these five easy projects for your home that will transform your space in just one day.
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HVAC is one thing that you never want to DIY. It’s better to trust the experts who can expertly install and repair your heating and cooling system. At Brody Pennell Heating and Air Conditioning, we offer ongoing deals on HVAC services and products. If you live in the Los Angeles area, be sure to take advantage of our specials.
Do you want to change up your bathroom, but don’t want to invest a lot of money or time? There are many interesting ways you can transform your bathroom, and the best news is, you can do many different updates for under $100!
We’ve gathered together some of our favorite and easiest bathroom updates that won’t break the bank or take you months to get done. These inexpensive and simple bathroom updates will have you loving your renewed space in less than one weekend.
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