If, as heating and sir professionals, we could persuade homeowners to avoid one major outcome, it would be this: take care of you home comfort system so you do not have to replace it earlier than necessary. Heating and cooling systems are sizable investments for any home, and they account for half of the energy consumption of your home each year. The measures homeowners take to preserve the life of their equipment can enable it to last years longer –…Continue Reading ››
Air Conditioning Check Up 101
Any time is better than never, but spring is the ideal time to budget for an air conditioning tune-up. Early air conditioner maintenance can prevent many small problems from becoming more expensive repairs later on. Furthermore, if your air conditioner check up is scheduled for spring, you’ll also beat the long waits and higher prices...
How to Tell if You Should Repair Your Air Conditioner or Get a New One
A three-step process to know if you should repair or replace your home AC
How to Reduce Your Water Heater’s Energy Use
Yes, your water heater is an energy hog. But don’t replace it until you have to. These energy saving tips will help you save on your energy bills.
Plumbing, Electrical & HVAC Tips
Check out our blog for the latest tips, tricks and news on plumbing, electrical and HVAC repairs and more. Learn about these critical elements in your home.
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How to Clean an Air Conditioner
Keeping your air conditioner clean will prevent expensive repairs and increase the efficiency and reliability of your unit. While you may want to leave some air conditioner cleaning to the professionals, you can use the tips in this...
Dated to Dreamy: 10 Stunning Kitchen Remodels
You need to see these before-and-afters.
Water Heaters: What You Need to Know
What you need to know about water heaters before you replace yours. Which kind are the best, which are most efficient and more.
How to Repair a Rotted Porch Post
Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva shows how to permanently patch a decaying porch post