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  •   SaveAs an air conditioning repair contractor, LA Construction Heating & Air Conditioning is dedicated to helping you to stay cool when the temperatures rise. We're also committed to helping you to avoid unnecessary repair costs. DIY air conditioning repairs can sometimes put you back into the comfort zone without any professional help. 1. Check The Air Filter The air filter serves [...]

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      SaveJul. 1, 2013 - LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- One of the most important things nowadays with the excessive amounts of pollution, as well as increased knowledge about bacteria and contaminants is to ensure that your indoor air quality is exceptional. This prevents diseases from spreading, keeping your family safer and healthier. In the Los Angeles area it is often difficult to maintain great [...]

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      SaveIt's advisable to replace central air conditioner systems before the R-22 refrigerant ban makes them obsolete. R-22 refrigerant, a refrigerant also referred to as HCFC-22, is considered detrimental to the environment. Upcoming implementation of new regulations of the Clean Air Act will force the replacement of R-22 with R410A refrigerant. Are You Ready For A Catch-22? It seems [...]

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    In the near future weather forecasters promise significantly warmer climate. A worthy alternative to conventional fan - is the air conditioner, but it is important to choose central air conditioner of the right type and size to fit your home cooling needs. Our educational article will help you to do just that. There are different types of air conditioners on the market. Choose air conditioner that[...]

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    With cold weather is coming to Southern California, Los Angeles homeowners blasting up their heaters while searching for opportunities to save on their heating bill. There is plenty of information on saving money on your utilities bill, but most of the information is combination of hopeful thinking and bad science. Below are the five common heating myths: Myth 1: It’s less expensive to use [...]

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