How AC and Heating Maintenance Saves You Money

March 17, 2020

As temperatures rise and plummet in Jackson, you may notice an increase in your energy bills. During chilly fall and winter weather, your heater has to work extra hard to keep your family comfortable. When temperatures spike in the spring and summer, your air conditioner can become overtaxed as it works to keep your house at an ideal temperature. The following are four ways heating and AC maintenance service can actually save you money in the long run. 1. Reduces Cost of Repairs Most heating and air conditioning problems develop long before you may even notice them. By scheduling ongoing...

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How To Light The Pilot Light on Your Hot Water Heater

February 16, 2020

The pilot light on your home’s water heater is a small flame that is used to ignite the main burners, which will then heat the water in your tank. While it might be a relatively rare occurrence, pilot lights can go out. In those cases, you will need to relight it. This is a minor fix that you can likely handle on your own as long as you closely follow the instructions included with your unit. If you are not confident in your ability to do this safely, you can always consult with a professional plumber, like those available at...

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Indoor Air Quality Tips For Homes With Pets

January 8, 2020

Having pets in your home can decrease the quality and cleanliness of the air you breathe. Many types of pets have dander that they leave throughout any area of the house where they roam. This dander can cause sneezing and other respiratory issues. The hair that your pet sheds can also be sucked into the HVAC system of your home. It can get caught in filters and cause the efficiency of your unit to decrease. There are several steps you can take to improve the indoor air quality in your home, even if you have pets. Groom Pets Frequently Keeping...

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How to Save Energy During the Holidays

December 18, 2019

As the holiday season approaches, you’ll want to make sure your home and heating system are ready for the cold. There are several energy efficiency steps you can take so that your utility bills don’t rise too high. Have the Heating Unit Maintained Heating maintenance is important for several reasons. For starters, any warranties on the unit may become void without it. More to the point, though, maintenance keeps a system running smoothly and prevents costly breakdowns from occurring in the future. You can depend on for tune-ups. Many residents of Jackson, MO, already do. A yearly tune-up covers all...

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3 Tips to Avoid Costly Winter Plumbing Leaks

November 8, 2019

A burst pipe is one of the most frustrating things that can happen to a homeowner in winter. However, most pipes don’t burst or leak without warning. There are signs you can look for and deal with before the problem gets too serious. To help prevent disaster during winter, here are three proven ways to avoid leaky pipes. 1. Clean Your Drains One big reason why pipes burst is the buildup of grease and debris in shower and sink drains. If you haven’t cleaned out your drains in a while, then there may be a nasty clog that’s forcing more...

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5 Ways to Save Energy this Fall

October 17, 2019

Are you looking to heat your home with a minimum of cost and energy this fall? The following are five tips that could help you accomplish this goal. Some will take an unnecessary burden off your heater while others will prevent the good work of your heater from being spoiled. 1. Replacing Air Filters Clogged filters, along with clogged ducts, can put stress on your heating system as it will have to work harder to circulate the air. The general rule is to replace fiberglass filters every 30 days and pleated filters every three to six months. This is a...

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5 Helpful Indoor Air Quality Tips

September 15, 2019

Poor indoor air quality can result in many different symptoms and side effects. Most residents forget about keeping the air in their home clean to protect their health. If you want to improve your indoor air quality, there are several tools and techniques to use. Here are a few main ways to clean the indoor air in the building and breathe easier each season. 1. Use Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products It can be easy to forget that the types of cleaning products that you use in your home can release toxins and chemicals. Make it a point to use eco-friendly cleaning...

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Is It Time to Upgrade to a New Air Conditioner?

August 5, 2019

The skilled technicians at specialize in keeping the air conditioner at your Jackson home running at its best. When something goes wrong, they can diagnose the problem and make it right, no matter the make or model. Yet, even the best air conditioning units will need to be replaced eventually. Here are some questions to ask when you are making that important decision. How Much Is Your Current Unit Costing You? An aging air conditioner brings additional costs to your home comfort. Even with annual maintenance, your air conditioner will lose some of its power and efficiency with normal wear...

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What to Look for in a Professional Plumber

July 17, 2019

The plumbing system in your home is something you probably don’t think about until something goes wrong with it. Unfortunately, some pipe issues require the services of a plumbing professional. You probably don’t have the phone number of a quality plumber on hand if you’ve never had to hire one before. The following are some tips on finding the right professional. Word of Mouth This is a tried and true cliche that exists for a reason. The people closest to you, like friends and neighbors, aren’t going to want to look you in the eye after they have given you...

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How to Tell When You Need to Replace Your AC

June 10, 2019

Homeowners in Jackson rely on their air conditioners to provide a comfortable indoor environment during the hottest months of the year. When AC systems are working correctly, people hardly ever consider the technology. When something is off, however, there are several indicators that it might be time to replace the AC unit. Your AC Is Old If your air conditioner is more than 10 years old, it may be time to have it inspected and potentially replaced. You can usually expect a quality unit to last for around 15 years if it’s well-maintained, but it often makes sense to get...

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