Heat Wave Predicted For Silicon Valley April 29-31-How To Stay Cool

What temperature does it have to hit for you to reach for thermostat?

This week (April 28, 2014) be prepared to handle Tuesday's 84, Wednesday's 90, or Thursday's 91 degee (F) weather this week. If the unseasonable mild winter is any indication of the summer, preparing for the heat is really important.

First there is something called sealing the envelope of your home but allowing a certian amount of breathing too.  New windows can really help get the home ready for the heat.  Super Glass is a great option for your window replacement, they do the normal to the extravagant and everything inbetween.

Insulate the attic, a lot of heat comes into the home in the summer through the attic.  This makes life uncomfortable and for someone with poor insulation their air conditioner has to work a lot harder.  So to give your AC a break insulate.

Cold Craft, Inc. is a full service air conditioning contractor that can maintain (tune up), service and install air conditioning and can be reached at 408.374.7292. Cold Craft is Diamond Certified, NATE certified and has a 100% money back guarantee on equipment installations you just can't go wrong.

Get prepared for the summer by preparing your home, evaluate whether you need windows, insulation or AC.

It's time to save money while making your air conditioning more efficient and work less this summer.

Cold Craft, Inc is a Diamond Certified company with an A+ rating with the BBB.  Our experienced technicians are NATE Certified and will do an excellent job for your air conditioning tune up.

Take full advantage of this third party tune up from April1, 2014 - May 30, 2014.

For Nor Cal residential customers call 408.374.7292.

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If you need help with indoor comfort or air quality, contact Cold Craft, Inc.

408.374.7292 or INFO@COLDCRAFT.COM

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