March 24th, 2020
Regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
We know that these are uncertain times, and we want to let you know that we’re committed to keeping you cool and comfortable as the heat arrives. We are still fully operating, and have implemented enhanced safety protocols to ensure the health and safety of our customers and employees:
- If a customer has a “packaged” heating & cooling system (80% of our customers do) or a “split” system with equipment in the garage we do not need to come inside the home or even have contact with the customer. Unsure if this applies to you? Give us a call: 928-683-1671.
- Our employees will be wearing gloves and wiping down anything they touch with antiseptic wipes.
- Our employees have been advised to keep distance. We’ll still greet you with a friendly smile, but for now we’ll be avoiding handshakes.
- Unfortunately, we will not be changing customer filters at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience and will let you know as soon as this service will resume.
- If any of our employees show any signs of being sick, they have been notified, they are to stay home.
- If you or anyone in your household shows symptoms of the virus, please give us a call to determine if you should reschedule: 928-683-1671.
There is much to consider regarding the COVID-19 virus (Coronavirus) and its possible transmission in your home. While there are various and effective indoor air quality measures available to help protect your safety, including duct sanitization, ultraviolet (UV) germicidal light treatment, and HEPA air filters, they alone cannot protect from all forms of COVID-19 transmission. It is important to follow all official guidelines for preventing the spread of this virus.
February 22nd, 2021
If you have a gas-powered stove, a natural gas furnace, or a gas fireplace you were going to have a gas line for your house. Without this connection, none of these systems would work! This also means that if something goes wrong with your gas line it is going to affect any gas-powered home appliances that you may have. This isn’t just a hassle–it can also be dangerous because a gas leak can put your home and health at risk.
If there is an issue with your gas piping it means it is time to reach out to a professional to get things fixed as quickly as possible. But maybe you are hesitating because you’re not sure who to call. We can point you in the right direction and explain why you need a plumber in Bullhead City, AZ to help with your home’s gas pipes.
February 8th, 2021
Modern heaters are going to provide a lot of help when it comes to getting your home warm again. That’s what they are for after all. And we think it’s a safe bet to say that you are pretty grateful to your heater for keeping your home cozy during the coldest months of the year.
Did you know you can sow your heater the appreciation it deserves for all that hard work? It might sound a little silly but there is nothing wrong with showing your heater a little love as a way to say thank you for all the warmth it gives you. Here are some tips to help you show your heater some love in time for Valentine’s Day this year.
January 25th, 2021
When you think about plumbing services, your first thought may be to think of repairs for leaks or fixing dripping appliances. You may even think about having a plumber come by to clear a stubborn clog in your drain. But do you consider the fact that plumbers can help you prevent problems down the road?
The fact is that the work plumbers do can be preventative to stop future issues. Our goal is to keep your plumbing in Kingman, AZ in the best condition possible. One of the services that help achieve this goal is drain or sewer cleaning. Learn more about the role of this service below or contact us to schedule an appointment today.
January 11th, 2021
One of the best perks of living in the modern era is that we have access to hot water without much hassle. That is, unless your water heater isn’t working right. A faulty water heater is something that can mess with your comfort in a big way. That is why, if your system starts to breakdown, is consider a replacement as soon as you can.
Part of the replacement process is selecting which system to have in your home next. When you are in the middle of that decision, make sure to consider a tankless water heater. If you haven’t considered the benefits of a tankless unit before, let us tell you why this could be a great idea.
December 28th, 2020
It is always a surprise how tiring holiday gatherings can be, even if this year’s get-together was smaller than normal. interestingly enough, it seems like you aren’t the only one tuckered out in the house–your drains seem to be a lot slower than usual.
We want you to take a moment to really think this over though: is it just one drain or is it multiple drains that are behaving sluggishly? If multiple drains in your house seem backed-up, it might be bad luck but it may also be a sign of a bigger issue deeper down in your system. What we are discussing is the possibility of a sewer line clog, how to identify it, and how to handle it.
December 14th, 2020
It’s that time of year again. You are wracking your brain for gift ideas to loved ones that they will like and won’t end up returned or donated. We are all going through similar experiences (well, not those of us who are oddly ahead of the game). We don’t want to add to your list so we wanted to let you know of a great gift idea for, well, your home that you might want to invest in this season.
The gift we are talking about is heating maintenance in Yucca, AZ. This is a “gift” that you can give your heater which will help it do its job much more easily. A tune-up for your heater isn’t just a great idea for this system, it is a gift that benefits you too! Discover more about the benefits of this service below and reach out to us to schedule your heater maintenance service ASAP.
November 30th, 2020
Did you know that your water heater accounts for up to 17% of your home’s energy use? It may sound like a lot but it is true! Water heaters, unlike AC units or heaters, are used daily, almost without fail, and they provide hot water to multiple other appliances. That system has big shoes to fill! So when yours starts to trip up, it can become quite obvious quite quickly.
We are experts at servicing water heaters in Golden Valley, AZ. This means that we are a reliable go-to resource if and when your system starts to act up. Just watch out for the warning signs we’ve listed below so you know when to reach out for help. No one needs to be without hot water during the coldest time of the year!
November 16th, 2020
Which household would you want to spend more time in: the one with dusty air that smells like last week’s meal or the one with clean, filtered air that smells like, well, nothing? We’d guess that you would enjoy house #2 a little more. What you may be happy to know is that, whether you are dealing with the environment from home #1 or home #2, air purifiers in Topock, AZ can provide you with the clean air that you want.
Air purifiers are systems that work with your air conditioner and heater to improve the quality of the air being blown into your home. Rather than choosing between comfort or a home with clean air, you can enjoy both.
November 2nd, 2020
Puttering around your kitchen shouldn’t be something that includes leaking pipes or strange drainage issues. If you are starting to have trouble with washing dishes or doing other simple tasks that involve your kitchen plumbing, it means it might be time for an upgrade.
When you need to upgrade your kitchen plumbing, you want to reach out to a team of professional plumbers in Parker, AZ to take care of those changes. All you have to do is watch out for some of these warning signs to determine whether you need to upgrade your kitchen plumbing. If you need help with an upgrade for your plumbing, make sure to schedule this service with a professional.
October 19th, 2020
Some people might be seeing this blog and saying to themselves, “But, the fall season is here, so shouldn’t I be focusing on my heating system and no my air conditioner?” Yes and no, actually.
There is nothing wrong with prepping your heater for the cooler months ahead; in fact, we encourage residents to get heater maintenance knocked out early. However, the cooling season here in Kingman and the surrounding areas isn’t over just yet. And, even if it is drawing to a close soon, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do everything possible to ensure that your air conditioner is in the best shape possible for next spring.
After all, after a long season spent working hard to keep your home cool and comfortable, there is every chance that your system needs to have an AC repair in Kingman, AZ. And trust us, you want to take care of that before you shut it off for the winter.