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How to Reduce Home Dust with Your HVAC System

Have you ever noticed that after you clean, your furniture, floors, tables, and nooks and crannies start to gather dust only days later? No matter how much you do it, dusting seems like a never-ending job. You’ll never be able to completely eliminate dust, but you can get your HVAC to help you reduce dust in your home to cut back on cleaning. Find out what you can do to keep your indoor air cleaner… Read more »

What's the Right Size Air Conditioner for My House?

As the temperature rises and the sun beats down on your home, your air conditioning system becomes a beacon of hope for relief from the heat. But did you know that the size of your AC unit significantly impacts its effectiveness? Not only can the wrong size unit leave you feeling hot and uncomfortable, but it can also wreak havoc on your energy bill. Figuring out what size AC system your home needs… Read more »

Reasons Why Your Water Pressure May Be Low

Have you been noticing decreased water pressure when you turn on your kitchen faucet? Or maybe you’ve gone to water the grass, but it’s taking twice as long as it should. Both of these things can be a sign of low water pressure. Low water pressure can be a very inconvenient issue in your home and can be caused by many different reasons. So whether you’re struggling with a kitchen faucet that only… Read more »

Why Should I Get a Plumbing Inspection?

Your home is your haven, a place to relax, unwind and spend precious time with family and friends. So the last thing you need is a plumbing leak causing havoc and disruption. Or worse, bring unpleasant odors and damage into your home. It may seem like an added cost, but regular plumbing inspections are the best way to save your home from damaging leaks. Inspections also save you the worry of unexpected… Read more »

The Pros and Cons of DIY Plumbing

Plumbing problems always happen without warning and can be disastrous. For some people, undertaking a DIY plumbing task is the best way to save money and time. However, while it is possible to fix plumbing issues yourself, both pros and cons need to be weighed before taking this route. Plumbing System Background Plumbing systems are an integral part of any building's infrastructure. They are responsible… Read more »

How to Get Your Air Conditioner Ready for Summer

As the summer months approach, temperatures rise, and we all rely more heavily on our air conditioners to keep us cooler and more comfortable. However, if you haven't properly maintained your AC unit before the hot season arrives, chances are you'll face problems sooner rather than later. Taking care of your air conditioning system is essential to avoid unexpected breakdowns, higher energy bills,… Read more »

The Benefits of Regular Plumbing Maintenance

If you’ve ever been stuck on the side of the road with a blown engine, you know what it’s like to wish you could go back in time and just go get that weird noise checked out. Don’t let that happen with your home’s plumbing system! While car maintenance is something that we typically tend to regularly, many homeowners forgo regular to ensure that everything is in proper working order. Here’s why… Read more »

How to Take Advantage of New Federal Heat Pump Rebates

If you want to move towards a more energy-efficient , we have some good news for you. From January 2023, two new federal tax credits or rebates savings incentives mean upgrading to a greener heat pump cooling and heating system is easier than ever. The Energy Efficient Home Improvement Credit and the High Efficiency-Electric Home Rebate Program (both parts of the Inflation Reduction Act that came… Read more »

How to Prevent Hair Drain Clogs

If you’ve got hair, chances are you’ve experienced at least one hair drain clog: One second you’re having a refreshing shower, and the next, you’re standing in murky water. It’s not exactly a pleasant experience. Not to mention the weird smell that begins cropping up… While hair clogs are annoying, there are several ways to prevent and fix these matted messes before they ruin your day. Let’s learn… Read more »

Go Green and Save The Environment With These Simple Eco-Friendly Plumbing Tips

The US is top of the list when it comes to water consumption. The average American household uses up to 140 gallons of water a day. And a lot of that water goes to waste, on average around 1.7 trillion gallons annually – not good for the environment. However, you can bring about change, starting with your system. The simplest of changes can make a big difference to your water consumption. Even better,… Read more »

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