Indoor Humidity: What All Homeowners Need To Know

In the summer, most homeowners are focused on keeping their homes cool. However, there's another aspect of your home's indoor air that deserves just as much, if not more, focus: humidity. High humidity is often an issue in the summertime, and it can lead to a range of issues from mold growth to warped wooden floors. In order to keep your home safe from these woes, it's important to know the basics of indoor humidity. Read More 

How To Minimize The Need For Heating Repairs During The Snowy Winter Months

When the snowy winter months come rolling around, it can get pretty chilly inside without the comfort of a heater. Because your heater works hard to keep you warm, all the wear and tear can result in the need for repairs just when you need it to perform the most. Luckily, there are some easy steps you can take to keep your heating system in good shape and minimize your need for heating repair: Read More 

5 Questions To Help You Decide If A New Air Conditioner Is The Best Choice

Central air conditioning gives you an escape from the summer heat, but only if the system is working properly. If you feel your current air conditioning system isn't cutting it anymore, it may be time for a repair or total replacement. These five questions can help determine if getting a new air conditioning system is the best choice for your cooling needs. How Old Is Your Current System? The first and most important factor to consider is the age of your current system. Read More 

7 Silly Plumbing Myths That Could Cost You Money

When it comes to plumbing problems, it can be a bit difficult to separate fact from fiction. There are so many rumors, myths and misconceptions surrounding many common plumbing problems that it could easily get in the way of a quick and simple fix. The following takes a look at a few common plumbing myths and truths behind those myths. #1: You Have Nothing to Fear from a Leaky Faucet Read More 

Getting Into Hot Water: Choosing The Right Hot Water Heater For Your Home

It's easy to dismiss the importance of your home's hot water heater, particularly when it's always responsive. When it fails, though, the cold shower it can leave you with is a shocking way to remember its presence. If you have had your water heater for many years or it's starting to struggle with maintaining hot temperatures, it may be time to buy a new one. Since it isn't something you buy frequently, many homeowners are confused about the options. Read More