Is An On Demand Water Heater Right for Your Home?

Posted on December 21st, 2018 by Joni Crume

There are many reasons you might be considering upgrading to an on demand water heater, also known as a tankless water heater. Maybe you want to reduce your carbon footprint or enjoy longer showers and fuller baths. Or perhaps it’s just time to upgrade. Whatever your reasoning, it’s important to realize that tankless hot water […]

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The Potential Savings of a High Efficiency Gas Water Heater

Posted on December 21st, 2018 by Joni Crume

If it’s time to replace your water heater, you might be wondering how you can save money on energy costs going forward. Whether you have a busy family that uses a lot of hot water, or you just want to lower your carbon footprint, you can save money and live a little greener by installing […]

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What to Do When Your Main Sewer Line Clogs

Posted on December 21st, 2018 by Joni Crume

Your main sewer line is responsible for draining all of the waste water that goes down the drains, so if it clogs you could pretty quickly find yourself in hot water, so to speak. Here is everything you need to know about how to tell if you have a main sewer line clog, what to […]

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Finding Honest and Reliable Home AC Repair at an Affordable Price

Posted on December 21st, 2018 by Joni Crume

Honesty. Dependability. Fair pricing. These are important qualities that you probably want in all the people you deal with in your daily life, but especially in something as important as home AC repair. Air conditioning service is something that can be quite expensive, especially if you’re overpaying or paying for services you don’t need. How, […]

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Does Your Water Heater Need to be Repaired?

Posted on December 5th, 2018 by Joni Crume

We use water every day — from cooking to showering to simply washing your hands, we all need access to clean water. In fact, the average family of four will use up to 400 gallons of water every single day. Of course, many of those gallons need to be properly heated first. So what do […]

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3 Problems That Warrant Furnace Repair Services

Posted on November 28th, 2018 by Joni Crume

With the colder weather approaching, you want to ensure your furnace is in good shape to keep you and your family warm throughout winter. And seeing as how heating and cooling account for over 50% of the energy used in U.S. homes, it’s important your furnace is not working harder than it should be. So […]

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Keys to Maintaining Efficient Heating and Cooling Systems

Posted on November 12th, 2018 by Melissa Wilson

Keeping your heating and cooling systems running as efficiently as possible is good for you on many levels. It saves you money on your utility bills, of course, but it also minimizes your carbon footprint, which is better for the environment. And finally, efficient heating and cooling systems run better and last longer, since they […]

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How Does Geothermal Heating and Cooling Work?

Posted on November 12th, 2018 by Melissa Wilson

It may sound like something out of a science fiction novel, but geothermal heating and cooling is scientific fact, and what’s more, it’s been around for years. This method of both heating and cooling your home can save energy, save money over time, and possibly even help in our quest to save the planet. Here is […]

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8 steps to winterizing your home

Posted on November 2nd, 2018 by Melissa Wilson

Autumn is here and with it comes the smell of fireplaces, pumpkins and haystacks on front porches and unpacking our fur-lined gloves and sweaters. But the onset of winter should also have us beginning the task of winterizing our home. By fixing minor issues, we can save on our utility bill and make our family […]

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Improving the Effectiveness and Efficiency of Your House Air Conditioner

Posted on October 11th, 2018 by Melissa Wilson

Your house air conditioner consumes the most energy of all the systems in your home, so it makes sense to focus on AC efficiency first when you’re trying to cut energy costs. Here are a few tips for maximizing the efficiency of your house air conditioner and minimizing the amount of power it requires to keep your […]

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The Advantages of a Water Circulation Pump for Your Home

Posted on October 11th, 2018 by Melissa Wilson

Do you find yourself turning on the hot water in the shower or in the kitchen sink to do the dishes, and then having to wait a while for it to warm up? Do you worry about wasting water and money by doing this? If so, you might benefit from a water circulation pump. Here […]

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Qualities to Look for in an HVAC Service Company

Posted on October 10th, 2018 by Melissa Wilson

When you call an HVAC service company to work on your heating and air conditioning—one of the more expensive systems in your home—it’s important that they be someone you can trust. Especially if major work is needed, you’ll want to choose someone you feel comfortable working with who can give you trustworthy advice and help you make […]

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