4 electrical tips to help keep you and your family safe!
The Nest Learning Thermostat is a programmable thermostat with advanced technology designed to make climate control automated and customized around your lifestyle. One of the most important benefits of a programmable thermostat is the savings that occur when you customize your home’s temperature to adjust based off the needs of your family. Of course, smart home technology wouldn’t be “smart” if it didn’t give you the ability to control the system from your smartphone or tablet. Yes, you can control your comfort without letting your eyes stray away from your phone, which is the level of convenience we’re all accustomed to these days!
Amy L., on Mar 18, 2021 8:38:00 AM
Even though the plumbing system is a huge aspect of home comfort, many homeowners avoid maintenance and don’t consider what’s going on with their utilities until something breaks down…and plumbing breakdowns can be rough! From overflowing toilets and flooded basements, to freezing water and thousands of dollars wasted on small leaks. Plumbing problems just plain suck! Fortunately, there are some plumbing warning signs that you can watch out for that might alert you to potential issues. In addition to being aware of visual signs or strange noises hat can become problems down the line, you can also have a professional plumber maintain your plumbing system annually so you’ll be protected from disastrous breakdowns that leave you feeling stressed and scrambling to get a plumber in your home right away. Check out the 4 common warning signs of plumbing problems below!
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The first step to fixing this issue is identifying the source of the sound. Is it in a particular area of the room? Is it in multiple rooms? Information like this can help when you have your electrician come to your home to assess the noise.
Amy L., on Mar 4, 2021 8:28:00 AM
Plumbing’s Winter Woes
HVAC & plumbing systems likely use up the most utility energy in your home. In fact, over 1/3rd of the energy used in the United States is used to heat and cool buildings. An annual inspection will help ensure maximum energy efficiency.