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Archive for January, 2018

Reasons to Schedule a Water Heater Inspection

Posted on January 31st, 2018

Delaying water heater maintenance is never a good idea. You rely on your water heater for around-the-clock hot water. Imagine how unpleasant showering and bathing will become without your water heater. Here are 3 good reasons why you should schedule a yearly professional water heater inspection. 1. Prevent Major Problems You’re taking a major risk […]

Winter Household Energy Saving Tips

Posted on January 24th, 2018

If you are like many other people, when you think about winter months, you think about high energy bills. Some people even see their energy costs double or more during these months. Which can make it difficult to manage your budget. Everything from heating your home to powering lights and more may drain energy on […]

Benefits of In-Home Air Purifiers

Posted on January 16th, 2018

The Environmental Protection Agency reported air pollution indoors have risen levels two to five times higher than the air outside. The increased pollution level indoors has unfortunately also contributed to a significant increase in asthma attacks, allergic reactions, other respiratory ailments, and the presence of spores, bacteria, solvents, germs, and more existing in the air.  […]

Should I Run Electric Heaters Instead of My Home Heater?

Posted on January 12th, 2018

Running the home heating unit vs an electric heater, who wins? Every winter, the debate is the same: Should you be running the heating unit or an electric heater? Points in favor exist for both sides, but that only serves to confuse the matter more in the long run. Is there really any way to […]

How Does a Heat Pump Work in Cold Weather?

Posted on January 9th, 2018

Air source heat pumps can save people a big chunk of change when it comes to staying warm in the winter time. Instead of using gas to heat up the entire home, the heat pump brings air from outside the home to inside. How does this thing work if it’s cold outside? How does it […]

Soft Water and Hard Water

Posted on January 5th, 2018

Most people begin life thinking only about one type of water. When you rent your first apartment or purchase your own home, you’ll quickly begin to learn that not all water is created equal. For example, you can find either hard water or soft water in your home’s plumbing. If you are unsure about the […]

Signs You Have a Slab Leak

Posted on January 3rd, 2018

Slab leaks are very problematic because many homeowners do not even realize that they have one. These types of leaks occur when water pipes begin to leak in or under the foundation and concrete slab of your home. By the time it is noticed, the slab leak may have caused severe mold growth or problematic […]

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