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Before the Fall Comes, Prepare for These 10 Common Furnace Problems

  • Sep 15, 2017
  • By Matt Seidell

Furnace problems are at their peak this time of year! The best way to avoid problems with your furnace when the cold seasons hit is to ensure it has regular maintenance checks.  Giving your family the security of a safe home, particularly during the cold season, requires an effective and dutiable working furnace.  With this […]

Sewer Lines: 7 Things You Should NEVER Do

  • Aug 21, 2017
  • By Patrick Prendergast

Sewer lines maintenance can be overwhelming, especially if the problem sits between the walls and underground. Properly maintaining your plumbing and sewer lines is important as it prevents major sewer problems such as backed up sewage, broken or collapsed pipes, or leaking joints. So what can the concerned homeowner do to prevent mucking up hazardous […]

Why You Should Install New Duct and Ventilation Systems

  • Jun 22, 2017
  • By admin

If you’re like most Americans, you spend nearly 90% of your time indoors. Staying indoors, however, doesn’t mean that you’re breathing cleaner and safer air. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency [EPA] reports that indoor air can often be two to five times more polluted than outdoor air. One reason: most modern homes, while energy efficient,  […]

What You Can Expect from Ductless Mini Split Installation

  • May 26, 2017
  • By admin

If you are used to a certain method of heating and/or cooling, going ductless could seem like a strange or intimidating prospect. While it is not the most common system of heating and cooling, it offers several benefits to those making the switch. Ductless mini split installation can work in a number of spaces, including those […]

Prevent Mold: Follow These Leak Repair Tips!

  • Apr 12, 2017
  • By admin

Leak repair isn’t just for preventing your pipes from leaking; it’s also incredibly helpful in the fight against mold. We all know that mold likes moisture and there’s no greater source than a steamy shower, leaky toilet or dripping water pipes. A leaky pipe is simply an invitation for mold to grow and the longer […]