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March Blog

Industry News, Information and Insights | March 2017

Air Conditioner Service and Maintenance

31 Mar. 2017

Cool Tips for Summer

Summer always comes too soon in the valley, and the 100s will be here before you know it. Once they are here you want your air conditioner to work at its optimal level, so the time to get ready is now. There are some things you can do to make sure your A/C unit is ready ...
Sewer and Drain Cleaning Blog

24 Mar. 2017

Hot Ideas for a New Kitchen

The biggest trend in kitchens today is white with white. This is often coupled with a granite countertop, or if you are really brave, marble. If you cook a lot and don't like stains, don't pick marble as it tends to stain easily. One of the best things about a white kitchen is that you can add splashes of color to spice things up, as seen here from HGTV ...
Tankless Water Heaters

17 Mar. 2017

The Pleasure of Going Tankless

The next time you replace your hot water heater consider the advantages of a tankless one. You will have all the hot water you want, when you want it. You will also have the benefit of not heating water when you don't want it. Another benefit of the tankless unit is it hangs on a wall, freeing up useful space in your laundry room. You can even hide your tankless hot water heater in a cabinet if you want ...
Kitchen and Bath Remodel Blog

10 Mar. 2017

The Benefits of Gas Appliances

There are a lot of benefits of using gas appliances such as hot water heaters, ranges, and gas fireplaces. The biggest plus is the efficiency of gas for heating anything. This is because you put the heat straight to the purpose of heating, instead of electricity which is made by using gas to create heat to turn a turbine to make electricity. The effect of always losing some of the energy along the way, in the form of lost heat or resistance ...
Value Blog

03 Mar. 2017

Time For Repiping?

Leaky pipes, low water pressure, rusty water, and cracked or corroded valves are signs of problems in your water supply system. Corrosion inside your pipes is a reality in older homes, usually caused by either having iron pipes that eventually rust or pH factors that interact with the copper over time. The usual result of this is a series of small fixes that never quite get rid of the problem. The solution is to have the whole house repiped ...