Lyle Wedell

25
Feb

How Can You Tell You’ve Got a Heater That’s “Too Old?”

What’s too old for a heater? It’s a good question, and we’ll give some answers.

28
Jan

Can a Heat Pump Manage in Our Winters?

One of the alternatives to using a furnace for forced-air heating is a heat pump. A heat pump works much like an air conditioner.

14
Jan

The Benefits of Using a Boiler for Home Heating

Is a boiler on your list for a possible heating installation for your house? We think it should be.

19
Nov

Retrofit Ideas for a Bathroom Plumbing Remodel

We’d like to give you a head start thinking about how you can make the best updates for your bathroom upgrade.

5
Nov

Still Haven’t Schedule Heating Maintenance? Here’s Why You Should

We offer excellent maintenance plans to care for your heating and cooling system.

22
Oct

It’s the Season to Find Out If You Need a New Heater

If your current furnace or other residential heating system is near to the close of its useful service life, now is when you want the system replaced.

8
Oct

Make Sure Your Generator Is Ready for Winter!

If you’ve already had your current backup generator for a few years, it’s important you take steps to make sure it’s in good shape.

24
Sep

Different Uses of Trenchless Technology in Plumbing

Trenchless technology has several different uses in residential plumbing.

11
Sep

As Summer Winds Down, Does Your AC Need Last-Minute Help?

We understand why you may not want to make urgent moves to repair what seems like a minor air conditioning problem when fall is fast approaching.

27
Aug

The Different Types of Plastic Pipes Plumbers Use

There’s no single type of plastic used to manufacture pipes.