Troubleshooting A Furnace Pilot Light That Is Not Working Correctly

If you have an older gas furnace, then it is very likely that you also have a pilot light. This light is responsible for igniting the gas fuel so that heat can be created and moved into your home. Pilot lights often work well, but when they stop working properly, then you simply do not have a heated home. This is obviously problematic, so keep reading to learn about some tips to help you get your pilot working again.   Read More...

How To Prevent A Fire From Your Gas Water Heater

Not too long ago, one of California largest wildfires was traced back to a water heater that ignited. While these instances don't occur every day, this gas appliance can become a fire hazard if not properly maintained. if you want to know how to keep your family and belongings safe, follow these five simple tips for preventing fires from your gas water heater. Perform Annual Inspections When everything's working fine, it's easy to overlook the routine care and maintenance of any appliance.   Read More...

Two Signs That Your Water Heater Is Starting To Break Down

When you need to get dressed for work in the morning, the last thing you want to deal with is a lack of hot water. A cold shower isn't necessarily the most pleasant experience in the world, and when you couple it with running late the situation can become quite difficult. Although it might seem that your hot water heater conked out without warning, there may have been some signs of disrepair that you failed to notice.   Read More...

4 Benefits Of Working With An Air Conditioning Contractor

The key to getting through a hot summer with the most ease will primarily rest in having the proper air conditioning in your home. This will allow you to feel your best regardless of how much the temperature may rise. It's important to work with an air conditioning contractor if you need to repair your unit or have it serviced. Knowing some of the benefits of doing so may be helpful to you.   Read More...

The Pet Owner's Guide To A Well-Maintained Air Conditioner

Your pets are your family. They bring joy to your home, but they can bring additional chores too. One of the forgotten impacts of having a furry friend is its impact on your air conditioning system. All that hair and dander can really leave its mark. However, with proper maintenance you can ensure your air conditioning system is still going strong even if you have a house full of furry friends.   Read More...