March 12th, 2018
Our part of the world has its share of restaurants and food-service businesses, and that requires specialized plumbing equipment to handle the load. And it goes beyond just a bigger dishwasher. With so much food waste passing through the plumbing, the chances of a clog or serious blockage goes up a great deal. A grease trap is absolutely required to run any kind of food-based business, and that grease trap needs to be periodically cleaned by a service that knows what it’s doing. How do grease traps work, and why should you find a specialist to cover those services? We’ve provided a few answers below.
February 12th, 2018
We rightfully focus on temperature control for our homes most of the time, which usually means air conditioning systems for the majority of the year. (Heaters come into play during the coolest days of the year, but even in February, the weather tends to be hot rather than cold.) As important as temperature control is to a healthy and comfortable home, it’s not the only factor involved. Indoor air quality can play a huge part in your quality of life, including things like dust, excess humidity, and the proliferation of germs and bacteria.
Luckily, there’s help available. The same people who take such good care of your air conditioner can install, maintain, and fix indoor air quality products that can help your home be as happy and healthy as it can be. Every home is different, and the specific product that’s best for you can depend on your circumstances. Here, however, are three products for you to think about, each of which can improve indoor air quality in different ways.
January 29th, 2018
Florida doesn’t really have a heating season, and while our winter nights can get chilly, our mild winters and long summers mean that air conditioning plays a much larger role in our lives. It seems the warm weather comes earlier every year, and when it does, you want your cooling system to be ready to go.
Part of that involves scheduling maintenance before you have need of the system. Early in the year makes an excellent time to do so, and with regular maintenance once a year, you can make sure your air conditioner performs its best throughout the long, hot summer to come.
In the event you need more, however, there are a number of upgrades and improvements you can schedule for your air conditioning system. Not only can they help you keep your home more comfortable this summer, but they can lower the costs of running your system and the wear and tear on individual components. Here are a few options for you to consider.
January 15th, 2018
We don’t get a lot of cold weather here—not like they get further north—but our nights can still be chilly in the early months of the year, and for that, you need a reliable furnace to function as expected whenever you turn it on. When trouble arises, you need to get it treated quickly. Unexpected breakdowns can be a terrible pain, and most homeowners (quite logically) spend more time focused on their air conditioners than their furnaces.
January 1st, 2018
Prudent homeowners are always keeping an eye on the bottom line, and nowhere is that more apparent than with electrical use. Electricity powers vital appliances in the home, including most heating systems in some form or another. When you add that to things like holiday lights, elaborate meal preparations, and the annual spectacles of holiday parades, bowl games, and movie marathons on TV, the electric bill can add up to quite a bit. You can help your own cause by following a few friendly tips that will cut down on your monthly costs, as well as easing the strain on many of your home’s most important appliances.
You may be practicing some of these tips already, but the more you can add to your routine, the better off your bottom line will be.
December 18th, 2017
We’re coming out of hurricane season, but heavy rains are always in the forecast around here, and that means there will always be a risk of flooding in your home. A good insurance policy is an absolute must when it comes to flooding, but you can do more than just call your insurer once the waters subside. The inclusion of a sump pump in your basement or similar spot can make a huge difference not only in preventing floodwater damage but in lowering your home insurance rates in the process. Here’s how it works.
December 11th, 2017
We rarely stop using our air conditioners here in sunny Florida. Winters are mild and often quite warm, which means our air conditioners are called into use quite often in the winter. That’s all the more reason to schedule annual maintenance for your air conditioner at this time of year. The AC is apt to see the least use this time of year, and arranging for maintenance can bring you a number of benefits.
August 24th, 2017
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August 24th, 2017
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