We Service All Major Applicances for Heating & Air Conditioning
100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee
24/7 Emergency Service · Same Day Service
Serving all of San Jose
As we all know, San Jose gets substantially warm in the summer and extremely chilly in the winter. In order to ensure your comfort, it's important to ensure your HVAC systems are in top working order before the seasons weather comes. That’s where our HVAC professionals come in. Our staff have both the knowledge and experience to ensure that every HVAC unit, no matter the make or model, is running at top performance.
Plus, when it comes to heating and air conditioning San Jose homes, RR HVAC offers affordable pricing which provides you with everything you need without emptying your pocketbook. So, if you find yourself with an inoperable unit that needs replacement or you just want an annual tune-up, we are here for you. After all, we have serviced heating and air conditioning in San Jose for quite some time, and no problem is too big or small for us.
Additionally, we guarantee both our work and our products. So, if for any reason you are unhappy with our service, tell us about it and we will be sure to fix it. Our customer satisfaction comes first and we would love to show you how we stand behind our work.
Thanks for helping us to test Joomla!
We're getting ready for the release of Joomla 3.0 and we appreciate you helping us find and fix problems as we work.
If you haven't done testing before here are some tips.
Don't delete the installation folder when you finish installing! While we're working we turn that security feature off to make it easier to test.
Go to global configuration and set Error Reporting to Development (that's on the server tab) and enable both debugging and language debugging (those are on the system tab). Don't worry when you see ** around words --that means Joomla translation is doing its job.
How to test
First, do the things you normally do and see if you spot any problems.
Look at all of the front end views and record any problems
Look at all the back end views and report any problems
See more ideas below
What to look for
Any error messages that say things like Fatal Error or Strict or similar things that indicate that something is not working correctly.
Untranslated strings. You will know these because they look like this: ?STRING_HERE?
Problems of rendering--items not aligned correctly, missing or wrong images, pages that just don't look right.
Unexpected behavior--anything that is working differently than it did in 2.5.
If you find a problem please report it to the CMS Issue Tracker. You will need to register for a joomlacode.org account if you don't have one.
More Testing Ideas
Pick one module or view and test all of the parameters.
Install an extension and see if anything breaks (report to the developer unless you are positive it is a core bug).
Turn on caching with different options
Try different session options
Install a language and test all the layouts.
Try different environments (like different servers which may have different version of PHP) or try you have IIS with MySQLi or SqlSrv. With millions of users Joomla needs to be ready for unusual environments.
Try with SEF URLS on or off and also with Apache rewrite on or off (if you are on Apache).
Try different combinations of browsers (Chrome, IE, FireFox, Opera to start) and operating systems (Mac, Windows, Linux).
Yes grammar and spelling errors are bugs too -- just keep in mind that we use British spelling.