We are pleased to introduce our version of the podcast. Each broadcast will give you in-depth answers to questions regarding Heating, Cooling, Electrical, Plumbing, and Indoor-Air Quality. You'll also get a flavor and feel for who we are as a company. Listen, and get a chance to learn about our philosophies, views, and professionalism.
These broadcasts will give you, the customer, an inside look of our company. More than any other medium, these broadcasts will give you the chance to listen to our voices. The voices are not words that are printed in a magazine, these are OUR words and we hope you enjoy listening to them...
About Us And What We Do
Us and the Weather
What We Do
Heating And Air Conditioning
R-22 End of Life
AC Spring Prep.
Cost of AC
Hot and Cold Spots
Indoor Air Quality
Why Does It Matter
Air Duct Cleaning
When It's Cold
Humidity in Excess
The Right Level
Our Customers Say...
Our furnace died after 20 years and we called the people who had been taking care of it. We also had an air conditioner that had survived for more than three decades. Since the furnace was dead and the AC was only a matter of time (and Freon problems), we...
Jim came out to fix our furnace on the coldest night of the year so far. He first attempted to troubleshoot over the phone, but we wound up needing a part replaced. Fortunately he had the part available that evening. Great service, fast, and I will definitely be using them...
"Rick did a nice job of evaluating our system requirements and offering multiple options without any sales pressure and then Mike and Matt did a great job with the installation and system walk through."
Your dishwasher actually uses less water than washing dishes by hand and saves you a chore! Turning off the dry cycle and letting dishes air dry can save even more.
According to the EPA, the average household spends $1,400 annually on energy bills! Closing blinds in rooms with direct sunlight, using ceiling fans and using compact fluorescent light bulbs are ways to keep some of that money in your pocket.
Don't forget about your living room when making your home green! Simple changes, like buying products made from renewable resources and plugging your electronics into a power strip you turn off when you leave the room, are ways to go green without changing the way you live.