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How To Prevent Air Duct Contamination

Posted on: May 7, 2018

Whether or not you choose to have your air ducts cleaned is a personal choice. But you can commit to a good preventative maintenance program to minimize air duct contamination. This will prevent dirt, grime, and other biological particulates from entering your air supply.  To prevent dirt from entering your duct work: Use the highest…

7 Ways To Extend The Life Of Your Plumbing

Posted on: May 5, 2018

No one likes calling in a plumber. But there are many chores around your home that are best left to the professionals. If you’ve ever attempted to fix something on your own and only made the matter worse, you understand the potential problems.  Calling in just any plumber can be nerve wracking. We’ve all heard…

How Duct Cleaning Can Improve Your Commercial HVAC Performance

Posted on: May 3, 2018

Commercial buildings are rarely without conditioned air. The HVAC systems onsite move from heating to cooling and back again, all in an attempt to keep the space at a consistent temperature.  That means your duct work is in constant motion, having air flow through it most of the year.  Clogged equipment, no matter how small…

When Should You Get An Electrical Inspection

Posted on: May 1, 2018

What’s the most powerful system in your home? Your electrical system tops the list.  It’s also one of the most hazardous. While we take electricity for granted, always expecting it to be there when we flip a switch or insert a plug into an outlet, even those simple acts can be dangerous if your system…

What’s Damaging Your Sewer Lines? It Might Be A Tree

Posted on: April 29, 2018

Live in an older community? Then you’ve probably found a plumbing crew digging trenches in a neighbor’s yard to fix a broken sewer pipe. There are many reasons a sewer line can leak or break; intrusion from invasive tree roots tops the list. While there are ways of dealing with the problem once the intrusion…

What If My Hot Water Heater Is Leaking?

Posted on: April 27, 2018

Hot water heaters, in general, will last you 8 to 12 years if you take good care of them.  Even with regular maintenance, there’s always a chance your water heater could leak. This isn’t a sign that your water heater needs replacing. In fact, it might be a small repair that can be patched up…

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