Stay Cool this Summer: 5 Signs Your AC Unit Needs Repair
For those who live in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex area, you know that summer temperatures can...
Electric Safety Inspections: What Are They, And Why Get One?
When it comes to keeping you and your family safe, a home electrical inspection should be at the...
Drain Blockages: When to Call a Plumber for a Clogged Drain
If you’re like most people, you probably don’t think about your drain until it’s...
AC Maintenance & Air Quality: Breathe Easy this Summer
It’s no secret that summertime around here can be brutal. Too much heat and humidity can make...
Whole Home Surge Protection for Storm Season in Texas
Since we discovered how to bring electricity into our homes, we’ve had to contend with power...
Steps To Help Eliminate Allergens In Your Home
For many here in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, spring is one of the best times of the year. As the temperatures morph from freezing to the scorching Texas summer heat, nature comes to life, bringing with it the infamous pollen that will invade our lives for weeks to come.
How to Make Your Home Energy Efficient
Whether you’ve been a resident of the Dallas-Fort Worth area a year, or ten, we can all agree that the weather gets a little crazy sometimes. Temperatures could be in the mid-70s one day and single digits two days later, and while the crazy swing in temperatures might drive you crazy, one can only imagine what your HVAC system is going through.
Guide to Preventing Burst Pipes
The winter of 2021 was record-setting in all the ways we here in North Texas wish it wasn’t....
Emergency Furnace Replacement: What you need to know
Here in North Texas, most people are concerned with the sweltering heat during our brutal summers compared to the freezing temperatures that come in the winter. While summer heat may be brutal, Texas homes were built to handle these conditions, not the single-digit or even negative temperatures that have come along in recent years. Meaning when cold weather comes along, your home’s furnace is constantly running, which leads to more wear and tear if not properly maintained.
Slab Leak Repair: What You Need To Know
Owning a home is a dream many Americans hope to accomplish in their lifetime, but as most homeowners will tell you, it often comes at an exorbitant price.
Water Heater Buying Guide
As winter approaches, many North Texans are preparing for the worst. However, one preparation...
Prepping Your HVAC System For Winter
Texas weather is a mystery to us all, and while your local meteorologist can predict the weather to the best of their ability, even they get it wrong sometimes. So the best thing you can do for your home is to be prepared, especially if we have another winter like 2020.
The Guide To Lowering Your Winter Heating Bill
As 2021 comes to an end, and with winter months creeping closer as temperatures continue to drop, many Texans are having flashbacks to last February when the hard freeze took out power for many, and those who had power were charged a small fortune in utility costs.
Central Air Conditioning Buying Guide 2022
One of the most significant purchases you will have to make as a homeowner is adding or replacing your home’s HVAC unit. With so much at stake, you must consider every aspect of the decision. If you’re looking to upgrade your HVAC unit, it’s wise to consider getting a system that fits your home’s exact needs. Below we cover the main factors you need to consider when purchasing a central air conditioning unit.
Signs An Amateur Did Your Home Electrical Work
Your home consists of miles of wiring, dozens of components like switches and receptacles, light fixtures, ceiling fans, and much more, all creating the electrical system that we’ve come to know and depend on. But what if you can’t?
Live Healthier with These HVAC & IAQ Solutions
We’re here to help with the transition to the new normal. While remaining inside our homes is good for slowing the spread of COVID-19, it isn’t necessarily the best thing for our overall health.
5 Things Your Electrician Wants You to Know
Homeownership is a significant and scary life step for many. In today’s world, where your parents’ shop class has been replaced with a coding class, many first-time homebuyers are unprepared when it comes to home maintenance. Even if you do consider yourself “handy” around the house, when it comes to fixing electric problems that could seriously injure you, it may not be the best idea to start poking around in unfamiliar places.
Which Uses More Energy: An air conditioner or heater?
Here in North Texas, air conditioning is practically a religion. During last winter’s brutal storm, heaters were in overdrive. A high energy bill is as sure of a bet as construction on I-35. As we enter the fall season and start to turn our air conditioners off and our heaters on, an important question comes to mind for many. Which uses more energy, the air conditioner or the heater?
Do’s and Don'ts of Using a Plunger
The plunger is a cheap and effective tool found in almost every home. Plungers are relatively self-explanatory to use, but to the inexperienced, they may seem foreign. There are three most basic types of plungers, which people typically use in their households.