Upgrading Your AC Unit

3 Ways To Keep Your House Cooler This Summer

Posted on

With summertime just heating up, now is the perfect time to figure out how to lower your heating bills. Here are a few tips that will help you keep your energy costs down this summer. #1 Close The Blinds To start with, you need to be careful about how you use your blinds and curtains. When the sunlight is directly hitting your house, which will vary based on how your house is positions, you should have your blinds and curtains closed. Read More»

Getting More Warmth From A Central Heating System

Posted on

Does your central heating system only warm your house up to a certain extent no matter how long it has been running? If you want to start obtaining more warmth from the heating system, there are several things that might need to be done in your house. The age of your system might also play a part in why it has been functioning in an inefficient manner. Your system might need to undergo some maintenance so it can start working to the fullest extent. Read More»

Invest In Crawl Space Encapsulation Before Moving In

Posted on

If you are about to make the big step of purchasing a new home that features a crawl space, then there are some important things you should do before moving in. The most important item on this list will be investing in professional crawl space encapsulation. You want this handled before you move in for the following reasons: You Want It Done Professionally There is a whole slew of DIY videos and tutorials out there making the process of crawl space encapsulation look simple enough for you to handle on your own in a few hours. Read More»

Planning For Summer Get-Togethers? 3 Tips To Avoid Plumbing Emergencies

Posted on

With summer just around the corner, it’s time to start making preparations for the get-togethers. Having family and friends over for BBQ’s is a great way to spend the summer. Unfortunately, your plumbing doesn’t always appreciate the added work. The last thing you want is to have a plumbing emergency spoil your summer get-togethers. Here are three easy steps you can take to avoid plumbing emergencies. Prep the Bathroom If you’re going to have guests in your bathrooms, take precautions to avoid clogs and overflows. Read More»

How to Clean Your Air Ducts

Posted on

The duct work that runs through your home helps supply that warm air in the winter and cold air in the summer months. During that time, debris, dust and pet hair can accumulate in your duct work, which can eventually slow down your HVAC system, cause your home to be dustier than normal, and make it more difficult for you and your family to breathe. Replacing your air filter monthly can help prevent some of these issues, but at some point you will need to clean out your duct work for a more thorough cleaning. Read More»