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Is it Time For a New Air Conditioner?

Wednesday, April, 17th, 2019 at 2:57 pm by siteadmin

Are you thinking about getting a new A/C unit for your home? Maybe you were considering it at the end of last summer but you decided to wait until spring to make the final decision. Well, guess what? Spring is here! Here’s how you can decide if you need a new A/C? Is your A/C old? If it uses freon as a coolant, it will need to be replaced the next time you need more [Read More...]

How to Care for Your Water Heater

Wednesday, April, 17th, 2019 at 2:31 pm by siteadmin

Did you know that some simple maintenance can drastically extend the life of your water heater? Just a few minutes a few times of the year can mean the difference between having your hot water heater last for a long time and replacing it every few years. Here’s what you need to do: Check the temperature settings. 120 is the recommended setting, and you’ll save about 5% in heating costs for every 10 degrees that [Read More...]

Spring is Hear! Get Your Home Ready!

Wednesday, March, 27th, 2019 at 1:37 pm by larrysons-seequs

Spring is in the air! That can be such an exciting time because winter gets to be such a drag after a while. If you’re feeling the spring cleaning bug, here are a few home improvement tasks you can add to your list to make sure your house is ready for the summer. Service Your A/C Make sure that your air conditioner is ready for the first heat wave when you get it serviced now. [Read More...]

Are Your Plumbing Noises Bad?

Wednesday, March, 6th, 2019 at 12:14 pm by larrysons-seequs

All plumbing makes sounds. It’s normal to hear water running, flushing, flowing, and more. However, there are a few sounds you don’t want to hear your plumbing making. Here’s what they can mean. Plumbing is Dripping If the faucets are all turned off correctly, dripping usually means there’s a leak in the line somewhere. You can waste a lot of water over the course of a few months or a year even if the leak [Read More...]