New Advances in Home Heating and Cooling Systems

Did you know that on January 1, 2020, producing and importing R22 refrigerant into the U.S. will be illegal, except for the continuing servicing needs of existing equipment? If your heating and cooling system was installed prior to 2010, there’s a good chance it uses R22. Though the ban doesn’t require you to replace a functioning system, it may be a good time … Read More

Why a Plumber’s Your Best Bet for a Bathroom Remodel

A functional space that’s also a relaxing retreat. That’s a lot of people’s idea of the perfect bathroom. If you’re thinking about a bathroom remodel—or want to add another bath—it’s a terrific way to add considerable value to your Louisville area home. Petite powder room or grand master suite, Maeser will help you design a new bathroom that seamlessly combines beauty, … Read More

Is It Time for a Sewer Line Replacement?

Have you been putting off calling a plumber, even though you know it’s needed? Putting it off for too long can turn a minor hassle into a major headache, especially if you need a major repair done, such as a sewer line replacement. But how do you know the difference? Here are six clues that your sewer line might be … Read More

Improve the Efficiency of your Cooling with Air Conditioner Cleaning

When the summer months roll in, the temperatures in Louisville can soar. When the temperatures soar, so do your energy bills. Keeping your air conditioning system clean, well-maintained and free of any obstructions is the best way to improve its efficiency. And when your AC runs efficiently, you save money on your energy bill. The best way to keep your … Read More

When Do You Know You Need a Garbage Disposal Repair?

The garbage disposal is one of the most underappreciated kitchen appliances that there is. A good garbage disposal makes it easy to get rid of food scraps, saving you the hassle of wiping them into the trash. It will also shred those food scraps, thereby preventing them from clogging your pipes. Considering just how useful it is, you’ll want to get your … Read More

A Sump Pump Backup Can Save Your Home in an Emergency

If you’ve ever had flooding in your home, you know how all-encompassing the aftermath can be. You not only have to get rid of the water, you have to replace what’s been irreparably damaged by the water and jump through hoops to try to save the rest. It means a loss of time and money, not to mention potentially having … Read More

What to Do When Your Water Leak Detector Goes Off

Water leaks can occur throughout your home as a result of any number of issues. For example, water can leak through a damaged roof, from faulty plumbing (including both pipes and fixtures), and from faulty appliances (such as washing machines or refrigerators). Major leaks can result in significant water damage; however, even minor leaks can have a big impact, especially … Read More

How an AC Tune Up Keeps Your Cooling System Running at Peak Condition

Summers in Louisville, KY, can get pretty uncomfortable if you don’t have a fully functioning air conditioning system to rely on. Unfortunately, just because you have an air conditioner doesn’t mean that it will do a good job cooling your home. It’s why you should schedule an AC tune-up at least once a year. AC Systems Require Regular Maintenance If … Read More

Is It Time to Buy a New Furnace and Air conditioner?

Whether it’s nearing winter or summer, homeowners throughout the Louisville area are going to want to make sure that their HVAC system is working both properly and efficiently. Nobody wants to risk heading into the winter season with a furnace that’s constantly having problems or that’s on the verge of breaking down. The same can be said about going into the … Read More

Prevent Costly Damages with a Sewer Backflow Preventer

Experiencing a sewage backflow is nobody’s idea of a fun time. It can result in foul odors emanating throughout your household as well as actual sewage water backing up through the drains in your home. When a sewer backflow occurs, the sewage water that’s supposed to be flowing away from your property reverses course and heads back into your home. … Read More