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Shut off the Water!!

Have you ever been in a situation where these panicked words were heard in your home? Perhaps a water pipe froze and burst, maybe while a well meaning repair was being attempted, or even the discovery of damage from a long existing leak? In any case, these words can send the entire household into a […]

Will you be prepared for summer?

This winter has given us more than our share of rain, wind and freezing temperatures. Now is the perfect time to inspect the exterior of your home for potential damage. During this time of inspection, recovery from the winter and preparation for the summer; our air conditioning systems are often overlooked. Here are a few […]

Preventing a Flooded Basement or Crawlspace

A sump pump is installed in a pit in the floor of your basement or crawlspace. The pit fills with water from foundation drains, ground water after a rain, utility sink, etc. The pump is designed to start automatically and remove the collected water. Your sump pump should be replaced every 5-7 years. If the […]

Exceptional Offer!

We are excited to announce this HUGE news! This fall we have an offer that surpasses anything we have seen in the past. Being a Trane “Comfort Specialist” dealer means that the manufacture recognizes and celebrates the fact that we maintain the highest standards for service and installation practices. This designation is given to only […]

Will Your Heating System Be Ready When You Need It?

Although memories of summer activities are still quite fresh in our mind, we should prepare for fall’s first frosty morning. Here are a few questions to ask yourself BEFORE you need to heat your home or office. How well did the furnace operate during the last heating season? Is the heating system safe to operate? […]

What is “Indoor Comfort”?

We are often asked questions such as; “What constitutes indoor comfort?”, “What effects indoor comfort?”, “Why is it not comfortable in my home or office?”. There is so much more to “indoor comfort” than just the temperature that the thermostat is set to maintain. Actually, the temperature is the least important factor in addressing total […]