carbon monoxide leaks and detectors

What to Know About Carbon Monoxide Leaks and Detectors

April 16, 2021

Carbon monoxide (CO) is invisible and gives off no odor. The gas is a byproduct of combustion when carbon molecules don’t completely burn. Coal, propane, fossil fuels, wood, and other flammables can all create CO.

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Video – Are Wi-Fi Thermostats Cost Effective?

March 31, 2021

Why are you heating and cooling your home when you are not there? Being able to control your thermostat when you are away is one of the most cost effective energy improvements you can make in your home. Contact us today to learn more!

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Does Your Air Conditioner Need to be Replaced? Know the Signs

March 26, 2021

Spring is right around the corner here in Washington. It’s a time of new beginnings. Many Tacoma homeowners take part in spring cleanings, parting with excess junk to start the summer fresh. Clutter can compromise our ability to focus. So, too, can faulty air conditioners.

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HVAC Ways to Go Green in Your Home

HVAC Ways to Go Green in Your Home

March 17, 2021

Going green is all the rage. And it’s understandable why. We all have a responsibility to care for the world around us for future generations. You probably already take at least small steps to do things like reduce, reuse, and recycle.

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Video – What Should I Do If My Water Heater Is Leaking?

February 26, 2021

Is your water heater leaking? Here’s what you need to do: First, find the location of the leak. This will be helpful for you and your service technician. Turn off the power supply by switching the water heater circuit breaker to “off” for an electric water heater or by turning the dial to “off” on a gas water heater. Next, turn off the cold water supply to avoid more water being wasted from the leak. Call us today at 253-625-7952 to have your water heater repaired or replaced.

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5 Ways to Save on Heating This Winter

February 8, 2021

From now until May, your furnace or heat pump will be working its hardest to keep you warm. This month, as you take down decorations and write thank-you cards, it’s a good idea to make sure you’re getting the most out of your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment.

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7 Furnace Maintenance Tips

January 28, 2021

It’s understandable that maintenance tasks often fall by the wayside. Many Tacoma homeowners follow the mantra of “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Everyone is busy and many seemingly more important priorities tend to creep up every month to consume time and money.

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Leaky Ducts and You

January 20, 2021

Though it’s a hidden element in your home, ductwork is crucial to your home comfort. It’s the system by which warm or cool air circulates throughout your home. And all your conditioned air, whether it’s warmed or cooled, has to travel through these ducts. As such, it’s essential to have a well-maintained duct system in your home.

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Heat Pump Maintenance Tips

December 29, 2020

Most of us tend to take our heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems for granted. As long as they are working, it’s easy to go on day after day without thinking about them. But, like most other things, taking care of your HVAC system through regular maintenance is critical to keeping it in good working order.

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Is Your Furnace Making Unusual Noises?

December 14, 2020

Hearing a strange sound coming from your furnace in your Tacoma home may leave you feeling nervous. Before you transition into full panic mode, it’s helpful to learn what the possible causes of the sounds continuing to echo throughout your Washington home could be.

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