Water Heater Gone Bad? How To Tell If You Need A Replacement & How To Prolong The Life Of Your New One

Posted on: 18 January 2017

If you are like many homeowners, then you likely take your hot water heater for granted or even forget it exists until, all of a sudden, you realize that, when you turn on the hot water, it is no longer hot or begins coming out in a trickle. If you turned your faucet onto the "hot" setting or, even worse, your water went cold in the middle of your shower (eek! [Read More]

What Type Of Filter Does My AC Need?

Posted on: 16 January 2017

Any filter will benefit your home, but the type of filter you have and the frequency at which the filter is cleaned has an impact on how clean your AC filters will keep your home. By being informed about the type of filter you need, you will save money while getting the most out of your filter. Replace Your Filters A dirty filter will ruin your AC unit's efficiency. Therefore, it is important to make sure that you clean or replace your AC filters regularly. [Read More]

Tips For Those Upgrading Their Air Conditioning Systems

Posted on: 19 December 2016

When it comes time to replace your home's air conditioning system, you may feel somewhat overwhelmed and stressed by this task. Making this upgrade can be relatively expensive, and you may be inexperienced with making this purchase. To help guide you through this upgrade, you will want to keep several tips in mind. Appreciate The Importance Of The S.E.E.R. Rating There are a vast assortment of different types of air conditioning systems that you can choose. [Read More]

3 Questions to Ask When Selecting a New Kitchen Faucet

Posted on: 16 December 2016

Your kitchen faucet is not just a functional piece of plumbing equipment in your kitchen. It can also complement the overall design of your kitchen. Therefore, it is important to carefully consider your choices before selecting the new faucet for your kitchen sink. Here are some questions to ask when looking for the right faucet.   Is a Low Arc or High Arc Faucet Better? Since the faucet extends over your sink, you need to consider its arc. [Read More]