October 8th, 2018
You may have heard all kinds of things about the efficiency and performance of tankless water heaters, especially if you’re doing your research into water heater upgrades. You might have a tank water heater right now, or maybe you’re just wondering if your tankless water heater is really the best choice for your home.
If you’re debating whether a tankless water heater is truly the most efficient option for your home, we’ll help you figure it out below.
September 24th, 2018
Is your air conditioner simply not working the way it’s supposed to? Or maybe it seems to be working fine, but your recent energy bill tells a different story. If you’re not noticing anything obvious that would lead to your AC’s poor performance, it could be something you’d never expect, such as:
September 10th, 2018
If your only concern is whether your home is being heated or not—and whether the monthly energy bill is staying at a reasonable rate—you may not have given much thought to how your heating system works. But even if you’re already satisfied with the system inside your home, it won’t hurt to know how furnaces and boilers work. And when it comes time to replace your current heating system in Salt Lake City, UT, you might find that one is more suited for your needs than the other. In this post, we’ll break down some differences between the two to help you decide.
August 27th, 2018
If your home is old and you know that it has old pipes, you should also know getting them replaced as soon as possible will be the best choice for your health and to prevent any future plumbing disasters. However, we’re not here to lecture you.
Actually, we are, just a little bit. At the very least, there’s a chance that being aware of why old pipes are bad for your home could be very helpful to you, either now or in the future. In this post, we’ll explain just a few reasons that old pipes could be trouble if not dealt with.
August 13th, 2018
Improperly sized air conditioners is a surprisingly common problem. Unfortunately, the problem is always due to the negligence of the HVAC technician who installed it, and you’re the one who has to pay for it. In this post, we’ll explain why it’s so important to make sure your HVAC contractor in Salt Lake City, UT takes all the proper considerations into sizing your unit.
July 30th, 2018
Whenever you’re dealing with refrigerant-based air conditioners, you’re bound to hear about coils. But just what are they? In this post, we’ll go over what they are, their purpose, and how to keep them out of trouble.
July 16th, 2018
Most people have heard of hard water and know that it’s not any good for your home. But fewer people understand exactly where hard water comes from and how it causes damage. In this post, we’ll go over all of the above to make you a professional on the subject.
July 2nd, 2018
Every appliance in your household goes through wear-and-tear, and often requires a thorough cleaning. Although it’s easy to forget about it, your water heater is also another one of those appliances. One of the most common issues for water heaters in Salt Lake City is sediment buildup. In this post, we’ll tell you all about it, the dangers, and what you can do.
June 18th, 2018
Most of the time, you don’t give any thought to the plumbing in your house unless you find yourself in the middle of a crisis thanks to a backed-up toilet or a water heater that’s suddenly quit working. It doesn’t always have to be that way. You do have the opportunity to be proactive when it comes to upgrades for your plumbing system. We’ll go over three popular ones below so you can decide if they are right for you.
June 4th, 2018
It’s one thing no homeowner wants to hear – it’s time to replace your air conditioning system. And there’s good reason for this as a new AC system can require a significant financial investment, one that you probably weren’t planning (or wanting!) to make any time soon. You shouldn’t wait, however, until your old system completely gives up the ghost on its own. Instead, while a new system isn’t cheap, there will be signs when your old system is starting to cost you more than it should, and you can avoid these ongoing expenses by going with a new AC.