Tips Blog

Little things sometimes mean a lot

A customer recently had a little problem with a bathroom fixture. She filled a bath for her son and when she went to turn the water off, the tap handle just spun and the water continued to flow! She did a few little things that helped a lot: she opened the drain to...

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Flooding Tips from the Pros

After all of the flooding occurring in the area recently, it is possible you might be experiencing flooding in your home. Although it may seem frightening, we can help you through the process. Before you dive in, here are a few things to watch out for so that you can...

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Indoor activities to beat the heat

The summer is in full swing! As July passes us by and the heat outside becomes unbearable, sometimes all you want to do is stay inside in the comfort of your air conditioned home. Although being outside in a heat wave can be really uncomfortable, sometimes staying...

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Oil to Gas Conversion

Oil prices hit a 4-year high this year at $70. With prices continuing to rise, oil is becoming a very costly energy source. Therefore, it’s the ideal time to look for other ways to power your home. One great way is to have an oil to gas conversion done. What is an Oil...

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Fall HVAC Maintenance Checklist

There are common HVAC issues that occur in the fall. With this in mind, there are several things you can do in order to be prepared for colder temperatures. Here is a fall HVAC maintenance checklist that you can use to ensure your home comfort. Replace Air...

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Common Fall HVAC Problems

Some of the popular fall activities include apple and pumpkin picking, looking at foliage, and going on hayrides. Unfortunately, fall doesn’t only mean fun. Making sure your home is ready for winter and dealing with dropping temperatures is another common fall event....

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Which HVAC Company is Right for Your Business?

Do you know that lighting is the most common use of energy for commercial buildings? According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, lighting requires 17% of a building’s energy use. Programs such as the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct 2005) and the Energy...

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Avoid Winter Home Risks

During the winter, people see a spike in their home heating bills. However, in an effort to stay warm, some people may inadvertently cause damage to their homes--there is an increase in home fires between December and March, and two of the leading causes are heating...

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Home Comfort Tips for Pet Owners

For any animal lover, a pet isn’t just a pet--they are a part of the family. Making sure that an animal’s needs are taken care of becomes a privilege that pet owners cherish. People can ensure their homes are pet-friendly by following these home comfort tips for pet...

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Great Tips to Stay Cool

April showers brings May flowers, but April also brings warm weather. Temperatures rising means that summer isn’t far away. It’s important to beat the heat. Here are great tips to stay cool: Cooler Than the Other Side of the Pillow Do you know that you can freeze your...

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