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What Kind of Air Conditioner is Right for Your Home?

Selecting the right air conditioning system for your home can be a daunting process, especially when you consider the many options you have. While there are a lot of options, each type of air conditioner is typically tailored for specific environments, and many factors can affect your choice, including air…

4 Signs Your Air Conditioner Needs a Tune-Up

Just like you take your car in to the mechanic, or visit your doctor for an annual checkup, your air conditioner can benefit from a tune-up every once in a while too. Since we rely on our air conditioners so heavily during the long, triple-digit summers, they’re prone to wear-and-tear…

How Air Filters Can Protect You From Springtime Allergies

Sneezing, sniffling, snoring—springtime allergies can range from annoying and unpleasant to downright debilitating. Even powerful antihistamines may fail to alleviate your symptoms completely, leaving you searching for relief. Fortunately, your air filters can help keep the air in your home free from many of the annoying allergens that plague your…

4 Tips for an Easy HVAC Spring Cleaning

They say April showers bring May flowers, but spring is a perfect opportunity to turn over a new leaf and start the season off right with clean air in your home. Before you fire up your air conditioner for the first time this year, follow these tips to make sure…

The Chas Roberts AC Protection Plan

From refrigerators and ovens to washing machines and stovetops, protecting the valuable appliances in your home is second nature to most homeowners.  When we think of air conditioners, we often don’t consider them “appliances” that need annual care, nor do we often know that there are methods to not only…

7 Ways to Get Rid of Sewer Gas Smell

It’s not exactly pleasant to catch a foul-smelling whiff of air whenever you pass by your toilet, sink, bathroom, or kitchen. That smell is likely sewer gas, and it can be tough to get rid of if you don’t know what you’re doing. Instead of trying to mask the smell…

6 Perks of a Video Drain Inspection

A clogged drain, cracked pipe, or persistent leak can be a big hassle. But, trying to locate it in the first place can be an even bigger hassle. Tearing up your walls, landscaping, or plumbing just to find an elusive problem takes time, money, and energy. Luckily, video drain inspections…

6 Reasons to Upgrade Your Tub or Shower

Whether you’re bored with an outdated style or frustrated with dated fixtures, there are endless reasons to consider upgrading your tub or shower. Now, upgrade doesn’t necessarily mean replace—there are many small and not-so-small upgrades you can do to your existing tub or shower without breaking the bank. On the…

6 Plumbing Problems You May Encounter in an Older Home

The historic charm of an older home brings to mind many architectural and design features of the good old days—including crown molding, original hardwood floors, stained glass windows, and more. However, older homes come with a whole host of less-than-charming features as well, including outdated plumbing. Rusty pipes, leaky fixtures,…

4 Questions To Ask Before You Call For Heater Repair

When the temperatures fall and chilly nights set in, the last thing you want is a heater that won’t turn on, or won’t stay on. But, before you pick up the phone to call for a repair, there are a few important questions to ask. There’s a good chance you…