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Will Your AC Unit Make It Through the Summer?

It’s the first hot summer day, and you get that pit in your stomach, wondering if your AC unit is up for another season. Here are four signs your air conditioner might call it quits this summer: Strange Sounds Coming From Your AC Unit Grinding and squealing noises coming from your AC are not the […]

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5 Things You Must Do to Prep Your HVAC & Plumbing Systems for Spring

Budding trees, longer days, and baseball opening day aren’t just signs of spring; they’re signs it’s time to get your home ready for a new season! Here are five things you need to do to get your home’s HVAC and plumbing systems ready for the spring and summer: 1. Prep Your Sump Pump for Summer Showers […]

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Early Spring is Timed Right for an HVAC Tune-Up

Spring is that time when you’re unsure whether your air conditioning or heating system is more in demand. While it might be too early to break out shorts and tank tops, it’s not too early to schedule an HVAC tune-up. Take a look at why early spring is not too early for a professional HVAC […]

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5 Steps to Stop an Overflowing Toilet

We have all been there, you’ve flushed the handle on your toilet and it starts to overflow. Don’t let your panic rise along with the water. Here are the things you need to do when your toilet begins to overflow: 1. Stop The Rising Tide! You have three options to immediately stop the flow of […]

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Frozen Pipes 101

What They Are, How You Prevent Them & What To Do If You Have One Skiers, snowboarders, and ice skaters are thriving in winter’s frigid temperatures, but your home’s frozen pipes could turn the season’s winter wonderland into a house of horrors! Here’s how to prevent frozen pipes this winter and what to do if […]

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Heating & Plumbing Tips To Prepare Your Home for Holiday Entertaining

The holidays may have your home packed with visitors this holiday season, but ensure your home is ready by following these heating and plumbing tips: Heating Tips for Entertaining You’ve done everything to make your holiday guests comfortable, but you might get the cold shoulder if your home is chilly. Before they arrive, you should […]

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How To Avoid Plumbing Problems That Ruffle Your Feathers This Thanksgiving

You know what’s a recipe for disaster this Thanksgiving? Overstuffing your garbage disposal. Follow these tips to ensure your plumbing can handle your Thanksgiving cooking and cleanup. You’ll be thankful you did! It’s Not a Grind You can mash it and smash it, but it doesn’t mean you should grind it. Stringy and starchy foods […]

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5 Signs You Should Replace Your Furnace

As temperatures cool down, the spotlight heats up on your furnace. Will it be up to the task? Let’s look at five signs you should replace your heating system: Your Energy Bills Are Climbing Compare your energy bills year over year. Are you noticing a steady increase in your bill independent of an increase in […]

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10 Home Maintenance Tasks To Check Off Your To-Do List This Fall

When pumpkin spice becomes the dominant flavor of almost everything, you know it’s just about fall. So, in addition to getting your palate ready for the holiday season, it’s also time to get your home’s plumbing and HVAC system ready for fall, y’all. Here’s your 10-point checklist for fall HVAC and plumbing maintenance: 1. Drain […]

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