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What Homeowners Should Know About Home Foundation Leak Detection

Category: Land & Property | Published: August 27, 2020

Foundation leaks occur when there's high pressure in the soil surrounding the home. When this soil becomes oversaturated from water, it puts stress on the foundation of the home, resulting in cracks and leaks.

A Q&A on Sprinkler Stop-And-Waste Valves

Category: Land & Property | Published: June 13, 2020

Most home systems are wonderfully complex. Take a sprinkler system for example. There are tons of inner-workings of this underground system to keep it running flawlessly.

How Exactly Does an AC Work?

Category: Land & Property | Published: May 20, 2020

If your air conditioner isn’t working properly, when temperatures climb close to the 100’s, it can be unpleasant and frankly dangerous to live in your home without an AC.

The Exciting Life of Outdoor Plumbing

Category: Land & Property | Published: April 25, 2020

Plumbing blockages are common this time of year, but they are never wanted. To learn more about plumbing, why blockages happen, and how to get them fixed, continue reading.

Tips From Industry Professionals on Air Conditioning Repair

Category: Land & Property | Published: March 24, 2020

HVAC professionals have a specific process for troubleshooting and solving issues, and homeowners should follow in their footsteps. Here are the steps that the pros will take to fix an AC.

3 Clear Cut Signs to Watch For that Point to a Faulty Water Heater

Category: Land & Property | Published: February 24, 2020

Back in the day before water heaters were invented, people would either have to heat the water before bathing in it or simply bathe in cold water, are you stuck in the good ol' days?

Heating And Cooling Tools Used by The Pros & What They Do

Category: Land & Property | Published: January 30, 2020

When selecting the right technician to service your family’s HVAC unit, ask them about what kind of tools they use to gain some further insight into the quality and safety of their services.

Is Installing a Commercial Toilet a Good Idea for Residential Bathroom Plumbing?

Category: Land & Property | Published: December 28, 2019

Many people try to live their lives according to the phrase “go big or go home.” Some homeowners have thought about installing commercial toilets in their homes rather than residential toilets.

Heating and Air Conditioning Deals on This Black Friday

Category: Land & Property | Published: November 29, 2019

Perhaps you don’t associate Black Friday with HVAC deals, but there are some good ones out there. So, rather than falling into the trap of getting more toys and phones, look into HVAC deals.

Why You Should Schedule a Sewer Line Cleaning This Fall

Category: Land & Property | Published: October 23, 2019

Though the leaves turn beautiful colors this time of year, falling leaves can become quite a hassle. Especially when it comes to your sewer system's cleanliness.


Let’s be Honest About Spring Allergies

You may think that the problem about seasonal allergies, while bothersome for those who suffer, isn’t very complex. Come Spring and the blooming and blossoming of plants and flowers, higher concentrations of dust and pollen abound in the air causing those with allergy problems to suffer symptoms. An open and shut case, right? Unfortunately, the



Why Make Your Own Maintenance Plan as a Renter

For homeowners, long-term plans are worth their weight in gold. They'll protect important systems and keep your home running reliably while saving you money. That's not always true for renters though. Renters aren't responsible for replacing worn out HVAC equipment. That's why we don't recommend standard long-term maintenance plans to them. Instead, we believe that



5 Toilet Habits You Should Stop Today!

A responsible homeowner always takes care of their plumbing systems, but with plenty of myths in the plumbing industry, what you’re doing to “care” for your plumbing could actually be causing more issues. As a homeowner, chances are you’ve heard of cleaning your garbage disposal blades with ice and soap. Did you know, this could