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Plumbing
Greg Sulik

4 Signs You Need to Call a Plumber

Plumbing issues are stressful, urgent, and messy situations that homeowners dread. When these situations suddenly occur, you need the licensed professionals you can count on

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Air Conditioning
Jordan Trask

Comparing Smart Thermostats The Nest and Carrier’s Infinity Touch Screen.

Back in 1883, Warren Johnson invented an electrical thermostat to control the indoor temperatures during the winter. The only problem was, it simply signaled janitors to produce more heat for himself. A few years later, Albert Butz created a pulley system to open and close the furnace door. But neither are anything close to the smart thermostats that are available today.

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Efficiency
Jordan Trask

A Furnace that Leaks Water Can Have Many Sources.

Unless you spilled, a pool of water next to your heating system is usually a bad sign. It can also be rather confusing. While the extent of the problem may not be too difficult to fix, diagnosing a furnace that leaks water can be a real pain. So we thought we’d share a few things to help you understand why it might be occurring and what you can do about it.

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Efficiency
Greg Sulik

Choosing a Programmable Thermostat for Your Home

Running your air conditioning system efficiently is one of the most important ways to reduce your energy cost. While it’s nice feeling comfortable, this runs up the energy bill very quickly! How many times have you left home with the AC still blasting so you could come home to a cool house? This is where a programmable thermostat can come in handy, potentially saving you hundreds of dollars a year or more.

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Air Conditioning
Jordan Trask

How to Properly Size Heat Pumps For Houses in Phoenix, Arizona.

When Phoenix residents add a heat pump to improve heating and cooling efficiency, it’s rarely a bad idea. In fact, the equipment presents a number of year-round benefits. That is, if you purchase the appropriate equipment. When you work with someone that doesn’t know how to properly size heat pumps, immediate and long-term costs are going to be a lot higher than they need to be.

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Air Conditioning
Jordan Trask

The 4 Main Factors That Impact The Cost to Repair Your AC System.

Have you been stressed out by potential AC repair costs? We understand. We talk to anxious homeowners every day. Cooling decisions can be tough when you’re not financially or mentally prepared. But no matter the problem, there are several factors that play into the final cost of a cooling repair in Phoenix, Arizona. In the end, your ability to assess quality service and prioritize maintenance will help you lower overall expenses.

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Air Conditioning
Jordan Trask

How to Keep your HVAC System Clean as a Pet Owner.

Now that the temperatures have cooled off in Phoenix, many of us suddenly have this urge to be more active. While some resume an outdoor regimen, others choose to open some windows and work on their house. If you’re a pet owner, you’re probably cleaning up after a long summer with your furry friends. But do you know how to keep your HVAC system clean like the rest of your home?

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Efficiency
Jordan Trask

Safety Tips For Space Heaters in AZ.

Now that the crazy summer of 2021 is long gone, many Arizonans are looking forward to cooler weather and lower electric bills. Although it tends to get a little nippy on occasion, some of us prefer to rely on temporary heating instead of firing up the furnace. So if you’re one of those people, you’ll probably want to check out these safety tips for space heaters before leaning on the heat source this winter.

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