Spring has sprung! Trees are budding, flowers are blooming, and temperatures are rising along with the pollen level. As outdoor pollutants increase the air quality outside and inside our homes decrease. Poor indoor air quality can lead to a long list of adverse health effects. Poor air quality can contribute to: Eye, nose, andCONTINUE READING »
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Indoor air quality experts from Tuscaloosa, AL, share tips to help homeowners everywhere improve the air they breathe in their homes every day.
Looking at the new year and the winter ahead, it's important to make sure your home is covered on all sides- including plumbing! Follow these tips for how to find the best plumber for you!
HVAC technicians in Tuscaloosa, AL, share important information to help homeowners understand why their AC unit is acting up, and what they can do about it.
Tips from electrical service professionals in Tuscaloosa, AL about keeping a home's outlets in good shape for spooky holiday decorating!
For homeowners that suspect backflow is affecting their home, it’s crucial they have backflow testing done. It is the only way to ensure that drinking water is still safe to consume.
The following article explains what a backup generator is and how it works. The situations in which you would need a backup generator are also explained.
Don’t wait until something happens. With harsh winter temperatures and spring storms soon approaching, now is the time to consider protecting your home from weather-related outages. With a standby home generator, you no longer need to worry about any interruptions in service for your home from a downed power line or outage. When theCONTINUE READING »
Why It’s Important: Air conditioner systems like cars need regular maintenance to keep you from having to do costly repairs or replace the entire system itself. Contractors are busier during the summer because systems are working harder and tend to break down more. This makes it harder to get system checks in the summer. IfCONTINUE READING »
Most people don’t think about their electrical panels (otherwise known as a breaker box) much. And if you aren’t experiencing any problems there is probably no need to think much about them. However, if your home was built before 1990 you may want to do a little investigation to make sure your home is safeCONTINUE READING »
R-22 refrigerant also known as Air Conditioner Freon is slowly being phased out in the United States. The EPA determined that R-22 refrigerant contains ozone-depleting chemicals and began phase out in 2010. By 2020 R-22 will no longer be produced nor will it be imported into the United States. The good news is most airCONTINUE READING »