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Welcome to Sierra Air’s blog. Is your HVAC system not functioning properly? Do you need some answers to your HVAC problems? In these articles, you will find a plethora of information about your indoor comfort systems. Whether it be tips to keeping you cool in the summer or warm in the winter, we are committed to making sure you and your family are comfortable and safe.

However, maintaining your indoor environment and safety after our technicians leave your home or work space requires some basic HVAC knowledge. That’s where we can help! Sierra Air provides industry-leading knowledge for California and Nevada residents. We hope you find this resource very useful for learning all things HVAC.

4 Signs That Your Air Conditioner Has Been Damaged By a Storm

While air conditioners are designed to withstand most weather conditions, they’re not impervious to damage caused by storms. Avoid unexpected HVAC breakdowns and other damage-related problems by knowing the signs that indicate you need to schedule a service call with an air conditioning installation contractor. Sierra Air shares the details here.

How HVAC Maintenance Can Benefit Your Commercial Property

Keeping up with HVAC maintenance is just one of the many responsibilities of a commercial property owner or manager, as well as one that has long-term benefits. The commercial heating and cooling contractors at Sierra Air share a look at how commercial HVAC maintenance can be beneficial to your business in this post.

Common Causes of Air Conditioner Blower Fan Failure

Blower fans are essential air conditioning components. They create air currents that blow cold air and remove heat indoors. In case of fan failure, your air conditioner won’t be able to cool your home. In this blog, the residential HVAC contractors at Sierra Air share the most common reasons why air conditioner blower fans fail.

Tips on How to Keep Your HVAC Air Ducts Clean Longer

Air ducts are an essential part of your whole-house heating and cooling system, as they circulate heated or cooled air throughout your house. Over time, dust, pollen and other particles collect inside air ducts, which you will need to clean out. Here local air conditioning installation contractor  Sierra Air shares tips on how to keep … Continued

HVAC Maintenance: What You Can Do vs. What the Pros Should Do

In addition to service appointments, homeowners also need to know how to perform some basic maintenance tasks on their own. Here the residential and commercial heating and cooling contractors at Sierra explain why both sets of tasks are crucial  to  keeping your  HVAC system in good condition.                 … Continued

Common Causes of Air Conditioning Odors

The air coming from your air conditioner isn’t supposed to have a smell, so if it smells moldy or musty you probably need the help of a trusted HVAC technician. Here residential HVAC contractors at Sierra Air share a look at the common causes of air conditioner odors and how to get rid of them.

Sierra Air Continues Operations Through the COVID-19 Crisis

With COVID-19 compelling everyone to stay indoors, we at Sierra Air understand that clean and healthy air, as well as HVAC maintenance, remain priorities for our customers. In this blog, we share an overview of the steps we are taking to provide residential and commercial heating and air conditioning services during these times. Clean and … Continued

Common Causes of AC Compressor Failure

The compressor is considered to be the heart of the air conditioning system. Therefore, if it fails, the entire air conditioning system fails. In this post, your local air conditioning installation contractor Sierra Air discusses the common causes of AC compressor failure and how it can be prevented               … Continued

Refrigerant Leaks: Why You Should Care

Heat pumps and air conditioners need refrigerant to generate hot and cold air, which is why it’s important to take precautions against leaks. It’s equally important to take action as soon as signs of refrigerant leaks are noticed.                                   … Continued

How to Childproof Your HVAC Floor Vents

One of the first things you do when you have small children at home is make sure that corners, stairs and other similar areas are sll  childproofed. HVAC floor vents are easily accessible to small children, and thus may require childproofing, too. In this blog, the local residential HVAC contractors at Sierra Air share tips … Continued