Blog

5
Feb

Ground vs Air-Source Heat Pumps: Benefits & Drawbacks

Comfort is essential to a home. A heat pump helps provide that warm air in the winter and cold air in the summer. Air or ground-source heat pumps could be a viable alternative to furnaces. When a heat pump is installed properly, it can deliver up to three times more heat energy to a home than the electrical energy it

Read more

27
Jan

3 Types of Backflow Preventer Valves & Signs of Issues

Indoor plumbing has existed since the Roman times, and like anything else, it has enjoyed numerous technological advancements in the long years since. But in some ways, the principles remain the same.

19
Jan

4 Benefits of Purchasing an Energy-Efficient Condensing Furnace

The fall is the best time of the year to arrange for new heating installation for your home. During the lull between the summer heat and the winter cold, you can take the time to research the best new heating system for your household, work with technicians to size the unit properly…

12
Jan

8 Signs of a Sewer Line Backup & Ways to Fix

Problems with your sewer line need to be addressed quickly. Learn to spot the signs that you need repairs.

11
Jan

Lead Pipes: Health Consequences, History, & How to Replace

Finding lead in your home can be alarming, especially since lead pipes are not common in houses anymore. To protect the health of your family, it’s important to be familiar with how to identify lead pipes behind your walls or ceiling. In addition, it’s critical to be aware of the negative health consequences and history of lead pipes to ensure

Read more

11
Jan

8 Ways to Improve the Indoor Air Quality in Your House

Indoor air quality is important all year round, but it becomes especially important in the winter. Dry air breeds lots of dust and dirt, as well as encouraging the spread of colds and flu bugs.

5
Jan

How Does a Furnace Vent Gas? 3 Types of Vents & Benefits

A furnace is an important part of a comfortable, functioning house. It is important to be familiar with the operational procedures of a furnace to ensure you are comfortable with diagnosing problems when they occur. Although the furnace is responsible for keeping your house warm, it utilizes toxic natural gas to produce heat energy. To prevent a gas leak, your

Read more

16
Dec

Broken Water Pipes: Cost to Replace & Ways to Fix a Pipe

The water pipes in your house are integral to a functioning, comfortable home. A broken water pipe is a serious issue. Fortunately, there are things you can do to control the damage and manage the situation. Table of Contents Causes of a Broken Water PipeHow Much Water Could Leak into Your House from a Broken Pipe?5 Things to Do When

Read more

16
Dec

How Do Tankless Water Heaters Work? 4 Advantages & Drawbacks

Known as instantaneous or demand-type water heaters, tankless water heaters supply hot water only when needed. Unlike traditional water heaters, tankless heaters don’t generate standby water to store in a storage tank. Tankless water heaters can be a great addition to your home and a cost-efficient alternative, that is if it’s right for you. Prior to replacing your outdated water

Read more

20
Nov

Gas Leaks: 6 Signs, Symptoms, & How to Fix

For the wellbeing of your family, a gas leak in your home must be taken seriously: they put your home at risk of carbon monoxide (CO) leaks. There’s a couple of signs you as a homeowner should be familiar with to prevent gas leaks. Table of Contents 6 Signs of a Gas LeakHome Gas Leak SymptomsGas Leak Prevention TipsPerform HVAC

Read more