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HVAC is short for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. The term HVAC is most often used in reference to the entire system.
There is no “right” temperature but the general rule for energy efficiency savings is to keep the temperature several degrees warmer in the summer and several degrees lower in the winter when you are away from home. By doing this your AC and Heating system aren’t working as hard when no one is home
We recommend that everyone have their HVAC system serviced twice a year. Usually, routine maintenance is performed in the spring for your AC and in the fall for your heating system.
Making sure your air filter is clean is important in any home. It’s extremely easy to do. We recommend you change your air filter every 30 days for the best indoor air quality.
If you notice any small or large puddles of water near your sinks, tubs or showers, it could indicate a leak somewhere. You should immediately call a professional if you notice any warping of the wood in your walls or ceilings.
It’s a device that is put in the lowest point of your home—such as a crawl space or a basement—that helps to keep the area around it from flooding.
If your house has a basement that floods often or you’re located near an area that floods frequently then you may want to consider having a sump pump installed. A sump pump will help prevent your home from flooding.
It may seem like a silly question, but in reality, it’s actually not. You should never flush foreign objects down your toilet. These include items such as:
- Baby wipes
- “Flushable” wipes
- Paper towels
- Feminine hygiene products
- Cotton balls
- Dental floss
- Small objects
These may seem like they flush down your toilet just fine but they don’t break down properly in your plumbing system. Eventually, it builds up and clogs your system which can cause more extensive damage.
You can expect your heating system to last a good amount of time, depending on what type of system it is. Generally, a new heating system you purchase today will last you 10 to 15 years and maybe more. Other models like electric furnaces can be expected to last a bit longer, but that greatly depends on the make and model of your system. Either way, being prepared to keep up with regular maintenance is a great way to extend the life of your heating system
We offer maintenance and repair services pretty much any type of heating system you could possibly have. No matter how old it is or who installed is, we’ll be happy to take care of it for you.
More often than not there are more plumbing issues from water leaks that go ignored. Aside from the obvious costs associated with water leaks, there are many other things that could be impairing the efficiency of your plumbing and racking up your utility bill. Unfortunately, there are often serious consequences associated with plumbing problems that lie unresolved. Water leaks in the home can lead to an abundance of mold or mildew. Mold can seriously affect the overall air quality of your home.
It’s extremely important to never delay plumbing issues because it could have an adverse impact on you and your family’s health and well-being.