ACThe heat of summer is not something you can ignore in this part of the country. You are going to run your air conditioner regularly, and you are going to run it hard. Much as we’d love to tell you otherwise, there is no way to run that AC for free. What you can do, however, is save some money by cutting back on the amount of energy that you use when cooling your home with your air conditioning system in Rancho Cucamonga.

Take a look at these AC upgrades, and let us know what you’re interested in. We are happy to work with you to ensure that your air conditioner functions precisely as you need it to, and with the efficiency that you deserve. Don’t take too long, though. The longer that you go without these types of upgrades, the more money you’ll be spending to cool your home. Get more from your AC and keep more in your wallet!


The thermostat is too often an overlooked component of HVAC systems. This really does not make sense to us, considering the fact that it is the component through which homeowners actually communicate with their HVAC systems. If you are using an old manual thermostat, or even a very basic digital thermostat, then a thermostat upgrade is definitely something to consider.

A programmable thermostat gives you greater control over the way in which you regulate your system’s operation, and that can help you to cut costs. A smart thermostat is really the cream of the crop, giving you access to energy reports and even automated temperature regulation as the thermostat learns your cooling habits (depending upon the model).


Do you cool your entire home to the same temperature throughout? Do you do this even though you have seldom used spaces in your home? Are you cranking up the AC just because your kitchen or dining area is very hot, leaving bedrooms too cold at night? Zone control may be the answer that you’re looking for.

Zone control systems use multiple thermostats installed throughout the house to regulate temperatures in different zones independently of others. That means that you can cool your kitchen more than your bedrooms, so that you can live comfortably all throughout your house. Let us evaluate your system to see if zone control is a viable option for you.


A fan? That’s not going to cut it!

No, we’re not talking about cooling your home exclusively with a fan. We are, however, talking about using a whole-house attic fan to keep air circulating throughout your home and to take some of the strain off of your HVAC system. That helps you to live more comfortably as you cut costs.

Whole-house fans by Quietcool are the quietest and most efficient around, so reach out to us if you’re ready to supplement your AC with an attic fan that will make its job easier.

Schedule all of your AC services with Total Comfort, Inc.