Keeping Grandma Warm This Winter

When the elderly live alone, their children worry about their HVAC systems, especially in extreme weather. Find ways a contractor can help your loved one here.

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Keeping Grandma Warm This Winter

Growing up, I practically lived at my maternal grandparents’ home. I ate most of my meals at this cozy, brick house in the country. My grandmother spoiled me when I was young. Every weekend, she took me shopping with her. And, I usually came home with something new. My grandfather played catch and checkers with me often. He was always a wonderful listener as well. Sadly, my grandpa passed away right before my thirteenth birthday. My grandma still lives in the house she shared with my granddad. During the winter, she used to build fires in her fireplace. However she relies exclusively on her central heating and air conditioning unit now. On this blog, I hope you will discover the ways an HVAC contractor can help keep your elderly loved ones warm this winter.


Why Are Your Heating Bills Significantly Higher This Year?

4 April 2017
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Unless the price of energy goes up or one winter is considerably colder than the last, your heating bills should not suddenly sky rocket compared to the previous year. If they have gone up significantly this winter, there's likely something sinister going on with your heating system and it's in your best interest to figure out what it is so you don't keep overpaying. Here's a look at some of the most common causes of suddenly high heating bills. Read More …

Dealing With Air In Your Hydronic Radiators

21 March 2017
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If you have a hydronic, or water-based heating system, then you have radiators that run through your home. The radiators allow heated water to move through the metal pipes and heat the air as they pass. Sometimes water will no longer move through the pipes in one section of your house. Keep reading to find out why this might happen and also how you can fix the issue.  Why Does A Radiator Fill With Air? Read More …

Proper Steps In Cleaning Your Air Conditioning Unit’s Coils

9 March 2017
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If you have an air conditioner inside of your home to help keep you cool on hot summer days, you will most likely want it to work effectively when it is needed. Failing to clean the coils inside of a unit each season can lead to an accumulation of debris, which will hinder the amount of cool air that emits from the unit. Here are some steps you can follow to ensure your unit's coils are kept clean so your air conditioner works efficiently all summer long. Read More …

Spring Plumbing Maintenance Tips

2 March 2017
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Spring brings with it warmth and a respite from the snowy days of winter. As the ground begins to thaw, you may find that you need to engage in some basic home maintenance in order to prevent serious damage to your property. Taking the time to do some spring cleaning when it comes to your home's plumbing system can be a simple and effective way to ensure you always have access to reliable plumbing services. Read More …

How To Keep Your House Warm Without Increasing Your Heating Bills

4 January 2017
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When it is cold and snowy outside, nothing feels more comforting than sitting inside a toasty, warm house. However, you may feel a little less comfortable when you receive your heating bill. It's no surprise that energy costs keep going up, and heating your home during the winter can cost hundreds of dollars. The good news is that making a few changes can help you save money. Here are some ways you can keep your house warm without increasing your heating bills: Read More …