2 Tips For Choosing A Spot For Your New Central AC Unit

After living with fans and window AC units to keep cool in the summertime, you may have finally decided to have central air conditioning installed in your home. However, after learning that the unit itself must be located outside, you may be in the process of deciding where to put it. If so, use the following tips to help you choose an ideal spot of your new central AC unit. Read More 

Getting Ready for Spring? 3 Things Your AC System Needs You to Do Now

With winter on a seemingly endless loop across much of the nation, homeowners are growing even more impatient for spring to arrive. Many are already eagerly planning maintenance chores and making their shopping lists for the home improvement store. While painting the siding and pressure washing the sidewalk are certainly worthy tasks, homeowners should also remember that warm weather will soon make it necessary for their AC system to begin working around the clock. Read More 

Deep Freeze In The Midwest And The Repairs To Follow

It is the end of January 2019. Like most other Januarys in the Midwest, it was relatively uneventful. Uneventful, that is, until an Arctic blast came down from the North Pole and spent three days sweeping through the entire midsection of the country before moving on to the Northeast Coast. While it was horrible for everyone who was stuck at home and unable to go anywhere for fear of freezing outside after a few minutes, it turned into quite the profitable situation for heating contractors. Read More 

Understanding Your Home’s Plumbing

You want to have a good understanding of your entire plumbing system. This is going to allow you to know what is normal to expect from the system, what you can take care of on your own and what you should be calling a plumbing leak detection and repair company out to take care of for you. Here are the basics of plumbing for your home. You have a main water source Read More 

Stay Warm And Stay Safe With These Heating Tips

Winter is just around the corner, which makes keeping your home warm and comfortable a top priority. In addition to keeping your furnace in good shape, you'll also want to keep your furnace safe to use. Here are a few good tips to follow as you crank up the heat. Remove Dust Buildup Dust and debris can do more than just clog up vents and make it harder to circulate warm air. Read More