3 Things You Should Never Put Down The Drain

Just as there are certain items that should not be thrown in the trash, there are a few things that should never enter your home's plumbing. Here are three items that you should avoid putting down the drain to prevent clogging and contamination, and avoid expensive repairs. Oily and Fatty Food Waste Garbage disposals are excellent for grinding up food scraps and making the after-dinner cleanup much easier, but there are a few things that your sink can't handle even with a garbage disposal. Read More 

3 Reasons Why Now Is A Good Time To Service Your Air Conditioner

Maintenance plays an important role in keeping your air conditioning system in excellent shape. With winter weather in full swing, now might be a good time to consider having your HVAC contractor check up on your A/C unit. The following explains why this winter could prove to be a great time to have your A/C system serviced. There's a Good Chance You're Not Using Your A/C System Right Now As it turns out, the best time to service your A/C system is when you need it least. Read More 

3 Advantages Provided By A Central Air System

Installing a central air system in your home is a great option because it can provide many advantages over the competition, particularly window-mounted units. Listed below are just three of the advantages provided by a central air system. Leaves Your Windows Free From Damage One of the most inconvenient aspects of utilizing a window-mounted unit is that it will occupy one of your windows for the entire time that it is installed. Read More 

Why Is Duct Cleaning Necessary?

Most people's impressions of the inside of ducts come from action movies. Heroes gain access or victims find escape through rows of pristine ducts. However, movie ducts have no obstructions or protruding objects to inhibit travel within them. Ducts are connected at each joint with screws or steel rivets that protrude into the ducts.  Steel rods may be placed at various intervals through the ducts to keep them from collapsing. Volume dampers may be placed at any point in a duct to moderate the air flow. Read More