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The San Francisco Bay Area enjoys mild winters compared to places like Boston or Chicago. However, the first weeks of this month brought frigid air and whipping winds. Temperatures plummeted to the 30s for cities along the bay like Redwood City, San Carlos, and Burlingame. Are you and your kids not sleeping well because everyone…

As part of cooling the house, an air conditioner creates condensation. This condensation turns to water which is collected in the primary drain pan. This pan is inside the unit and is not visible from the outside. The water in this pan is drained through pipes into the house’s plumbing system. If there is a…

As summer gets into full swing and temperatures across the country rise, many people with air conditioning systems in their homes consistently set their thermostat to about 70° Fahrenheit. While this allows for a comfortable space in which to take refuge from the heat, when the outside temperature is upwards of 90°, cooling the house…

When the temperature goes down, the cost of keeping your home comfortable goes up. Here are some ways you can lower the cost of keeping your home cozy and keep your bills low. Maintain your furnace Keeping your furnace in good condition is important for allowing the system to run efficiently and on less energy….

HVAC systems are just like other equipment or appliance. They need regular maintenance. You wouldn’t drive your car without a regular maintenance. The same holds true for HVAC systems. Regular maintenance is needed to keep the system performing at its peak. With preventative maintenance, you can catch small issues and fix them before they become…

Bay area’s warm weather begins when the rest of the country moves into Fall. Most of our homes in the peninsula aren’t equipped with AC, making it hard to keep cool. Here are a few ways to keep you cool when it gets hot. Close your window shades. If the sun’s rays reach your home’s…

Homeowners in Redwood City, like those everywhere, expect to feel comfortable and secure in our homes. Our homes keep us safe from the outside elements and dangers, like pollutants, inclement weather, etc. However, a faulty HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) system is the biggest cause of poor indoor air quality. If furnaces and air…

When the furnace doesn’t turn on on that first cool fall day, you may worry what it might cost, and how long you will have to live without a furnace. There are a few things you can do to take care of small HVAC heating system issues. This blog post will show you how to…

Why you need a smart thermostat Having a good thermostat is very important to ensure your furnace and air conditioner are operating at maximum efficiency. You save both energy and money if your furnace and air conditioner are intelligently programmed. For example, with a conventional thermostat you might set your desired temperature to 72 degrees….

HVAC is not the sexiest part of a house, but it is an important to know if your furnace and AC are working well and installed correctly to keep your home comfortable for you. If HVAC is not installed properly or not working correctly, it is going to cost you more to operate for the…

Redwood City's best HVAC contractor
RC Mechanical Inc.
831 Sweeney Ave.
Redwood City, CA 94063

RC Mechanical is a local Redwood City HVAC contractor providing high-quality heating, air conditioning, and ventilation services, including installation and maintenance, to homeowners throughout the San Francisco Bay Area Peninsula, including Atherton, Belmont, Burlingame, Foster City, Menlo Park, Palo Alto, Redwood City, San Carlos, San Mateo, and Woodside.

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