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Can Your Pets Impact Your Home's Air Quality? What You Need To Know

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If you have dogs, cats, or other furry friends sharing your home, you likely know their hair can cause problems when it comes to your air qualify. When you have pets, you have to take some extra precautions when it comes to your HVAC to ensure the system stays clean and your air is pure. Consider the following: Remove Pet Hair from Your Home Easier said than done, but you should make a very good effort to keep as much animal hair picked up from around the home as you can. Read More»

Maintenance Considerations for Your Commercial Air Conditioning System

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Keeping your employees cool and comfortable could go a long way towards ensuring maximum efficiency and focus in the workplace. Keeping your commercial air conditioning system in good condition, in other words, can help everyone keep their nose to the grindstone and ensure maximum profitability for your company. But managing a commercial ACs can obviously be more involved than taking care of the residential system you have in your house. Here are some maintenance considerations for your commercial air conditioning system that should go a long way towards lengthening its lifespan for years to come. Read More»

Here's Why Homeowners Should Make Professional Drain Maintenance A Priority

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As a homeowner, you likely do all you can to keep your place in good shape. So, it’s a good idea to consider investing in professional drain maintenance throughout the year. Here are just a few reasons to do so. Save Money on Repairs One important reason to make drain maintenance a priority is to save yourself some money on repairs in the coming years. By taking good care of the drain systems throughout your home, you’ll put less wear and tear on your pipes. Read More»

3 Reasons To Opt For Trenchless Sewer Line Repair

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A residential sewer line plays an essential role in transporting household waste to a municipal sewer system. Thus, it can be alarming to discover that your sewer line has a major problem, such as one or more large cracks in the pipe. After learning that your sewer line needs major repairs, it is always a good idea to ask the plumbing service that you are working with if trenchless sewer line repair is possible. Read More»

Watch Out For These Furnace Noises...You May Need Repair Or Replacment

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A furnace that is no longer running properly is something that no homeowner wants to deal with, but it can happen. It’s important to keep your eyes and ears on your furnace to ensure that it’s working correctly and that there are no needs for furnace repairs to be made or a replacement to be installed. When you’re aware of how your system is working and you keep up with maintenance, you can minimize the chances of repair and replacement. Read More»

What To Expect When Having Furnace Repairs Done In Your Home

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If there is something wrong with your home furnace, you’re probably planning on calling a furnace repair contractor sometime soon to help you out. If you don’t know what to expect, these are some of the things that you should anticipate when the technician arrives at your home. The Technician Should Be Professional Throughout the Process If you choose the right furnace repair contractor and company, you can count on the technician to be professional throughout the process. Read More»

Three Ways To Reduce Your Facility's Heating Costs

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Every good building manager knows that fixed cost reductions are one of the best ways to help maintain a healthy bottom line. If you live in a colder climate, then heating your building is likely a significant line item on your monthly expense sheet. The older your building, the more likely it is that your heating costs are the result of inefficiencies rather than the simple realities of keeping a large structure warm enough for human habitation. Read More»

4 Questions You'll Need To Answer When Calling An HVAC Contractor

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You might be planning on calling a heating and air conditioning company sometime soon. If so, you could be wondering what type of conversation you will need to have. These are a few questions that you might be asked when you make the phone call to schedule an appointment. 1. Is it a Residential or Commercial Job? One of the first questions that you will probably have to answer when calling an HVAC company is whether your job is a commercial or residential job. Read More»

The Best Ways To Heat An Older House

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Although older and historic houses are charming and have a lot of history, they also are more complicated. Those that have older homes find that they are often attempting to keep the living areas warmer without accruing a large energy bill. Fortunately, in the modern era, there are heating systems that can work well with an older house. Plus, there are more ways that you can keep your home warm without it costing a fortune. Read More»

What To Do About A Flooded Air Conditioner And How To Reduce The Risk Of Flood Damage

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If your yard is flooded after a heavy rain, you may be relieved the water didn’t get inside your house. However, you don’t want to forget about the air conditioning unit sitting outside. Fortunately, an AC unit can usually withstand a few inches of flooded water, but several inches could cause serious harm. Here’s what to do when your AC has been flooded and steps that might prevent it from happening again. Read More»