Don’t Wait to Schedule Repairs for Your Furnace

Wednesday, October 28th, 2015

If you notice problems with your furnace this fall, it’s not worth it to wait for even colder weather before scheduling service with a professional. While your heating system may still operate sufficiently enough to keep you from shivering, it’s not going to get any better on its own. Here’s why we recommend that you call in an expert heating technician right away if you’re dealing with a broken furnace, no matter how small that issue might seem right now.

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Do You Need to Replace Your Water Heater?

Monday, October 26th, 2015

Water heaters are durable pieces of equipment. But of course, they cannot last forever. While your water heater may seem to be performing just fine for now, you may be surprised to learn that any water heater over 10 years old is at risk of sudden failure. Older water heaters tend to be inefficient and they may be more likely to need repairs unexpectedly. Is it time to replace your water heater? Check out our guide to find out whether you should make the call to a local technician today.

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A Guide to Cleaning and Maintaining a Furnace

Monday, October 19th, 2015

When it’s finally that time in the year to run your furnace, you expect everything to run properly when you first switch it on. But over the course of the last year, a furnace has likely developed some level of wear and tear—from dirt on the fan and filters to a loose connection that can lead to poor performance. Clean and maintain your furnace each year in order to keep it in top shape, but you should know that a professional technician can do it best.

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Invest in a Humidifier for Those Cold Winter Nights

Monday, October 12th, 2015

With winter only a season away, it’s time we start to get our homes prepared. This means disconnecting outside hoses and draining faucets, as well as getting our heating systems professionally maintained. And while you’re at it, why not install a whole-home humidifier to help you get through those cold nights with even more comfort and ease? 

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Prevent Freeze Breaks at Outdoor Faucets: Follow these Steps

Monday, October 5th, 2015

If you are a homeowner, you most likely have an outdoor faucet that you use to connect your hose when watering plants on your property. It’s easy to forget about this faucet when winter comes and nobody needs to use it. But in the winter, ice can damage your hose and your faucet, potentially leading to hundreds of dollar in repair and replacement costs. Don’t forget to disconnect your hose and drain your faucet this year. Learn more in the steps outlined below!

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