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Maintaining Great Indoor Air Quality

December 3rd, 2018

UV-liightIf you think that the air in your home is of a higher quality than the air outside by default, it isn’t. We all know that there is some pollution in the air outside, but few homeowners understand that the air quality indoors is often lower than that outside. Fewer realize that this is often the case by a significant margin! Remember, modern homes tend to be sealed up very tightly. That’s great for energy efficiency, but not so much for indoor air quality.

Fortunately for you, the IAQ professionals on our team are never more than a phone call away. Environment Masters, Inc. is here to find the right air filtration and/or purification systems for your needs. Don’t count on the standard air filter in your whole-house heating or air conditioning system to do the job. Those filters are of relatively low efficiency ratings and are really there to protect the HVAC system itself, not the air quality throughout the home. 

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Avoid Clogged Drains This Holiday Season

November 19th, 2018

drainThe holidays mean a lot to people. It means family. It means expressing our thanks. It means the giving of gifts. It means clogged drains.

We know, we know. That last one doesn’t have quite the same impact, does it? But clogged drains are a very common problem during the holiday season. There are many reasons for this, including the fact that more food than usual is being prepared and that guests in homes are using plumbing systems that they are not really familiar with.

In today’s post, we’ve put together some simple tip to help you to minimize the risk of clogged drains in your home. If you notice any signs of trouble, contact our professional plumbers in Pearl, MS, right away. The longer you take to do so, the greater the risk of serious problems shortly down the road. When it comes to clogged drains, prevention is key!

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November 12th, 2018

Upgrade your home for the holidays and get 12 months same as cash financing.

Environment Masters is offering this special financing during the months of

November and December 2018 for either a Chief Whole-home water filtration system OR a tankless water heater.


With a Chief whole house water filtration system the difference is clear.

A Chief system:

  • Removes up to 99% of water-soluble lead, mercury, nickel, chromium and other dissolved metals
  • Removes chlorine, chemicals and organic pesticides
  • Controls the buildup of bacteria, algae, fungi and scale
  • Reduces corrosion of plumbing and fixtures
  • Reduces build-up of sludge in hot water tanks
  • Permanent installation: No filters to replace and no chemicals to add
  • No more discolored water
  • Washing machine washes with clean, clear water
  • Plants grow better
  • Juice concentrates, coffee and tea taste better
  • No more rust ring around the bathtub and lavatory



Now you can drink, shower and wash in clean, chemical-free, and odor-free comfort. Whole house filtration is better for your health and better for your house, helping your appliances last longer.

And a Chief system doesn’t need a replacement filter – all you need is a garden hose to clean your system periodically.  Easy-care, no-filter maintenance is simple to do yourself, or you can choose an Environment Masters’ annual service contract.




UNFILTERED BUCKET: City water that is running through your home. You’re bathing in it, washing your clothes in it, and cooking with it. (actual Jackson municipal water)

FILTERED BUCKET: Same city water after Chief Water Purification.

*The Chief system cannot be installed with galvanized pipe.


Slash energy costs and have endless hot water with a tankless water heater.

Take a bath, wash dishes, & do laundry all at the same time! Why keep 40+ gallons of water hot when you don’t need it? Save energy costs and never run out of hot water. Plus you’ll qualify for an energy rebate from your utility company. (Atmos & CenterPoint customers)

Endless hot water. Regardless of simultaneous usage – washing machine, dishwasher, multiple showers – you’re assured of immediate and endless hot water.



Significant Energy Savings. Heat water only as you need it. Why keep heating and reheating a huge tank of hot water that still limits supply?


Space Savings. The tankless system’s compact design (approximately the size of a carry-on suitcase) means flexibility and space savings in installation.


Increased Home Value. Up-to-date technology and an improved Home Energy Rating System (HERS) index score make your home more livable, more valuable.


Longer life, no tank leakage! The tankless design means longer life, thanks to component parts that make updates simple with no new system is required. While upfront costs are slightly higher for a tankless system, your return on investment shows it’s a wise purchase.


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Furnace Problems You Need to Watch for This Fall

November 5th, 2018

Furnace-TechnicianWe’re getting pretty close to heating season, which means you’re probably going to start using your furnace on a daily basis in the next few weeks. That added strain makes it much more likely for your furnace to develop some sort of problem over the next few months. Preventive maintenance will help to keep your furnace in good condition during the heating season. However, it’s not a guarantee. There are still ways for your furnace to develop issues during the season, which is why you should keep an eye out for any signs that your system is in trouble. The following are just a few of the possible signs that your furnace might be in need of repairs.

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How Furnace Maintenance Keeps Your System Efficient and Safe

October 22nd, 2018

Old-furnaceHeating season is almost here, which means it’s time to get your home ready for the drop in temperature. There are a lot of different ways that you could prepare your home for heating season. The most important, though, is scheduling maintenance for your furnace. If you haven’t already done so, you should call a professional about having your system checked out as soon as possible. This is to safeguard both your wallet, and your health, in the months to come. Let’s go over why furnace maintenance is such an important part of getting ready for the heating season.

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Why Installing a Generator Right Now Is a Good Idea

October 8th, 2018

Generator-InstallationHurricane season is coming up, which means you probably have a lot on your plate right now in terms of making sure your home is ready for the storms. If you haven’t already got one installed on your property, now would be a very good time to consider installing a new generator system for your home. Generators are a key part of ensuring that a home stays comfortable and secure during a power outage, which is all the more likely to happen during hurricane season. Read on to find out why it’s best to have a generator ready by the time hurricane season arrives this year.

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How to Keep Your Generator Healthy

September 24th, 2018

Generator-InstallationGenerators are among that class of systems that absolutely have to work when needed. They are only activated in serious situations, often emergencies, which means that if they don’t work when needed all sorts of dire consequences can result. If you have a generator installed on your property, you should make sure that you take whatever steps necessary to ensure the system remains in good condition. The following are just a few tips to ensure that your generator is healthy enough to be there for you when you need it.

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Plumbing Tips That Can Benefit You This Year

September 10th, 2018

retro-woman-points-at-youHow often do you think about the plumbing in your home and what’s best for it? Probably not often since plumbing is designed to remain mostly out of sight (the pipes, at least) and working away without you needing to give much thought to it.

But taking a few care and maintenance steps for your plumbing can go a long way. As we move into fall and start to transition into the colder months, it’s beneficial to give some thought to how you can enjoy great plumbing for a full year to come. Below are some of our tips for better plumbing.

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Why You Should Consider Installing a New Generator

August 27th, 2018

Generator-Installation Generators are the kind of home system most people don’t need. For those who do need it, however, they really need it. Our power infrastructure in this country is wearing down faster than we can fix it, and it means in some areas the threat of extended power outages is a common thing. Having a generator in those situations is a matter not only of convenience, but safety.

Read on for some more reasons why you might want to have a generator installed in your home this season.

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Water Line Issues You Need to Know About

August 13th, 2018

water-lineThe water line is the part of your plumbing system through which all water flows before it gets to your home. It’s a vital part, and if it suffers then your entire plumbing system will also suffer. For that reason, it’s a good idea to make sure that you know all you need to know about how to keep your water line safe, starting with signs that it’s in trouble. If you can recognize when your water line is in need of repairs, you can have it dealt with quickly before any more damage can be done. The following are a few of the more common ways that water line problems manifest themselves.

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