5 Things To Do When Your Furnace Breaks Down

27 December 2017
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No one wants a broken down furnace in the middle of winter, but sometimes it happens. If you are unfortunate enough to experience this, then it is important to know what to do. Taking the right actions may not just keep your home warmer, it can also be important for your safety. #1: Shut down the furnace Just because the furnace is heating your home is no reason to leave it switched on. Read More 

Achieving Maximum Comfort Isn’t Just About Controlling Temperature

27 December 2017
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Achieving maximum comfort isn't just about controlling temperature—it's also about controlling other factors that can undercut that comfort, including air pollution. UV germicidal lights are a common HVAC system add-on that offer a broad range of benefits for your HVAC equipment as well as your home. The following offers three good reasons to include UV lights as a part of your HVAC system. They Prevent Mold Buildup Inside Your HVAC Unit Read More 

Fall A/C Maintenance Tasks

8 November 2017
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Summer has come to an end and it's finally time to open up the windows and turn off the air conditioner. Before it begins to get too cold outside, you need to do some prep work to your exterior unit. There are just a few things you need to do, and even the most novice homeowner can handle these tasks. See below for some helpful tips to prep your air conditioner for the fall season. Read More 

Gas Furnace Not Working? 3 Things To Check Before Calling For Heating Services

28 February 2017
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Being stuck out in the cold is something that should never happen in your home, and keeping your gas furnace maintained is one way to keep that from happening. While gas-powered heaters are reliable, there is always the potential for something to go wrong when it is running nearly constantly to keep your home warm. Since time is of the essence when those temperatures are dropping, use these tips to see if there is a quick fix available before you call for heating services. Read More 

The Flat Side: Three Reasons You Should Be A Flat Rate Plumber

30 January 2017
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If you are opening up a plumbing business, before you start to take on customers, you will need to be able to set up a price list for your services. Plumbers often choose to give customers estimates after going to the job and viewing what needs to be done. Others will set up a flat rate per job or per hour. If you are interested in running your business in a simple manner, you should consider being a flat rate plumber. Read More