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Thinking Of Selling Your Home? Fix These Common Electrical Problems First

Posted on: March 7, 2020

Thinking of selling your home? There are a lot of things to do. Find a realtor. Pack up a few boxes. Stage it for better curb appeal. You can find checklists everywhere to help you prepare your home for sale. But most focus on making your house look good to the potential buyer. What happens…

Flexible Ductwork May Be Your Problem

Posted on: March 5, 2020

Most HVAC contractors have a love/hate relationship with flexible ductwork. They see it frequently in households as it’s an easy system to install in tight or difficult spots. They have to deal with it; it’s already in place. But there’s a problem with flexible ductwork: It’s rarely installed correctly. And that leads to a lot…

5 Easy Ways To Tell If Your Commercial Plumbing Needs To Be Upgraded

Posted on: March 3, 2020

Commercial plumbing can take a beating. Even a small facility with just a few employees, it can be under a lot of stress as people are in and out of the restrooms all day. For a property manager, you’re most often diving into the most immediate problem for the day. But what if there were…

4 Easy Ways To Save On Your Monthly Utility Bills

Posted on: February 29, 2020

Some bills are a fixed part of your life. Your mortgage bill. Your car payment. But others seem to fluctuate all the time. In the heart of the summer, you know that for every hour your air conditioner operates, your energy bill will rise right along with it. That cold spell last winter had the…

Consider These HVAC Upgrades for Fewer Problems

Posted on: February 28, 2020

Commercial HVAC systems take on a lot of responsibility. Most importantly, they are responsible for regulating the temperature of your building. In order to carry out these responsibilities, they must be powerful. However, no matter how powerful your system may be, there is always room for improvement. Consider these upgrades to ensure your HVAC system…

What Are ALCI Plugs? How Are They Different From GFCI?

Posted on: February 27, 2020

Chances are you’re familiar with the concept of GFCI – ground fault circuit interrupter. GFCI receptacles became mandatory in all houses built in 1971 forward. Initially, they were only required outside and around swimming pools. But because of their safety features, they moved indoors and are needed anywhere there is water, such as the kitchen,…

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