Is PEX The Right Plumbing Material For Your New Home?

You might hear it called "PEX," or perhaps your plumber uses its real name: crosslinked polyethylene. In either case, this new plumbing material is becoming increasingly common in modern homes, and if you are having a house built, there is a good chance that your plumber will offer it to you as an option. Before you just agree to PEX, it's important that you understand what this plumbing material is, its benefits, and its drawbacks. [Read More]

Dealing With A Frosty HVAC System? Here's What You Should Know

The sight of your HVAC system encased in thick sheets of ice might seem unusual, especially on the hottest day of the summer season. However, it's a surprisingly common problem that many homeowners grapple with throughout the summer. With your HVAC system on ice, you won't be able to enjoy the cooling comfort you'd normally expect. So what can you do about ice buildup on your HVAC system? To find out, here's an in-depth guide on the causes of ice buildup, as well as a few removal and prevention tips you can use. [Read More]

Headed for Vacation? Don't Forget These HVAC Care Tips

Your HVAC system might not need a babysitter while you're away on your dream vacation, but it does need a bit of prep work to keep it in great shape in your absence. Whether you're spending a few days, a few weeks or even a couple of months on vacation, you should have your HVAC system properly prepared for the time you and your loved ones will spend away from home. [Read More]

Don't Let A Hurricane Blow Your Air Conditioner: How You Can Protect It

If you live in a coastal community, you're likely aware that hurricane season has officially begun. Given the unpredictability of these storms, advance planning is critical. While you're stocking wood to board your windows and ensuring you have plenty of lamps on hand, make sure you're also putting a plan in place to protect your air conditioner unit. Invest in a Cover Long before there is a storm in the forecast, invest in a quality cover for your unit. [Read More]