Save Money on Your New Heat Pump!

May 20th, 2024
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If your older air conditioner or heat pump is on its way out, you’re probably concerned about the cost of replacing it. But you certainly don’t want to find yourself in the middle of a July or August heat wave with your old system broken down, desperately trying to get something new installed while you sweat miserably. 

We’ve got good news for you. The cost of a new heat pump will almost certainly be less than you expect. There are a couple of different reasons for this. Read on to find out exactly how to save money while getting a new heat pump and having the most comfortable, efficient summer of your life.

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Fats, Oils, and Grease in Your Commercial Plumbing

May 6th, 2024
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The plumbing systems in commercial buildings are under a lot of strain and pressure. Unlike in a residential property, which only provides plumbing for a handful of people, your commercial building may be used by hundreds of people every day! This means that problems which would accumulate slowly in a home can develop very quickly in a commercial setting.

One of these problems is what plumbers call FOG. This stands for fats, oils, and grease. These substances can have huge impacts on your drains. How do fats, oils, and grease cause plumbing problems? Are the problems worse in commercial plumbing? What can be done about it? We’ll tell you.

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What Sets Commercial HVAC Contractors Apart

April 22nd, 2024
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As the owner of a business or a commercial building, you might be very handy. Perhaps you have some experience with routine maintenance tasks. Or, if not, you’ve probably got a building maintenance worker on staff or on your speed dial. So, when your commercial HVAC system needs help, should you do it yourself or have your general maintenance person do it? Definitely neither!

HVAC systems are complex, and it takes extensive training to be an HVAC technician. Beyond that, commercial HVAC systems and the buildings they’re in are quite different from residential HVAC systems and homes. For truly excellent commercial HVAC service, you need expert commercial HVAC contractors. Here’s what sets them apart.

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How to Prepare for Furnace Installation

April 8th, 2024
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Spring is a great time of year to schedule furnace installation. Furnace techs and installers tend to have more scheduling availability. You can have the heat off and doors open without worrying about getting terribly cold. And then you can spend the summer resting easy in the knowledge that you’re already prepared for winter with a brand-new furnace.

Once you’ve got an appointment scheduled for your furnace installation, you’re most of the way there! But you still might not know quite what to expect from this process. Here’s our easy checklist to prepare for your furnace installation. With this, you’ll be armed with the knowledge you need to make it go smoothly and easily.

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What HVAC Services Do You Really Need for Your AC and Heater?

March 25th, 2024
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People often have questions about their air conditioners and heaters but don’t always know how to get honest answers. Whether you’re a new homeowner or simply trying to be better informed about the appliances and systems in your home, it’s absolutely worth taking the time to do some research. 

With a little time and care, you can have heating and AC systems that work better for longer. What are the essential HVAC services that you really need for your AC and your heater? We’ll give you the information you need. There are two main things you need to know, and these things apply to both heaters and air conditioners. 

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This is How You Know if It’s a Plumbing Emergency or Not

March 11th, 2024
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Sometimes, it’s clear that you’ve got a situation on your hands that qualifies as a plumbing emergency. Are your pipes frozen? Perhaps frozen and then ruptured? Or is there a major break somewhere causing water to gush into your home uncontrolled? These are definitely emergencies! 

But sometimes it can be a little harder to decide if your problem really requires an emergency plumber. How can you figure it out? How serious is the issue you’re dealing with? We’ve got some questions you can ask yourself to determine whether your plumbing problem is an emergency or if you can wait for a regular appointment.

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Your Water Heater Needs Maintenance! Here’s Why

February 26th, 2024
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There are so many appliances and pieces of equipment in a home. Wouldn’t it be great if they all just worked perfectly forever and didn’t need repair? Well, there is a way that you can dramatically reduce the chances of something needing to be repaired: regular routine maintenance. 

People often remember to have heating maintenance done, and air conditioning maintenance as well. It can be harder to remember to schedule maintenance for your water heater. After all, you might only ever think of your water heater when you suddenly end up in a cold shower! Water heaters, both the storage tank variety and tankless systems, need regular maintenance to keep working well. Here’s what you should know.

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Uncommon Furnace Repairs You Won’t See Coming

February 12th, 2024
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Even a homeowner who has never looked closely at a furnace can probably take a guess at how they work or what components they might have. This makes some furnace repairs pretty understandable. There’s something that makes heat, a burner or a heating element, so it makes sense that this might need repair. Air blows out vents, so there must be a fan and a motor which powers it, which could encounter problems.

But some things that can happen to a furnace might come as a huge surprise. A qualified technician in furnace repair in Canton, OH might not see these every day, but we still see them often enough that we know how to handle them. What furnace repairs are particularly unusual or surprising? Here are a few that might not have occurred to you.

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Tell Us All About Mighty Ducts

January 22nd, 2024

We’re a locally owned and operated small business specializing in air duct cleaning. For more than 30 years, Ohioans have repeatedly put their trust in us to clean their ducts and help maintain better indoor air quality.

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The 50% Rule for Repair vs. Replacement for Your Furnace

January 15th, 2024

All good things come to an end, and that includes your furnace. It’s a powerful system you have there, but when it hits a huge repair bill, you have to wonder if it’s still worth keeping around or if it’s time for an upgrade.

Through all the furnace repair in Jackson Township, OH that we’ve handled, we’ve seen various issues and a gradient of repair estimates we have to give to our customers based on the specific problems with their furnace. That’s where the 50% rule comes into play: the deciding factor that helps homeowners either upgrade their furnace, or stick with it for a bit longer. Here’s what it is, and how you can use it to your advantage.

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