June 15th, 2020
If you were around in the ’80s and ’90s it is likely that you owned or at least saw one of those bulky video cameras that people used to use to record video at different events. Now, while it was fun to be able to have multiple little tapes to choose from for embarrassing family video night, we are definitely grateful that video camera technology has evolved beyond these bigger cameras. As cameras got smaller and technology improved it allowed people like us to offer our clients a greatly helpful service known as video pipe inspection.
Imagine how hard it would have been back in the day to try to use your old video camera to look into the pipes and drains of your home! It would have been impossible, which is why it is so great that these modern cameras are small and versatile–it allows us to better do our job.
If you’ve never heard of a video pipe inspection and how it can help your plumbing in Madison, MS, we would be happy to give you some extra information here.
June 1st, 2020
You might not think about the importance of your home’s water heater until it gives out on you. When you no longer have a water heater you are going to be looking at a lot of cold showers and washing dishes and clothes with cold water. There are ways to deal with this issue though. For one, you can set up a plan to heat water by hand to get some warm water for your daily tasks. The other option, which we prefer, is to replace your water heater with the help of a Ridgeland, MS plumber from our team.
Part of getting a replacement water heater is to make sure you are choosing the best system for your home. If you haven’t already heard about them, we want to tell you about some of the different options you have for your next water heating system.
May 18th, 2020
Cool showers are great to help you lower your internal temperature after you go on a run or get back from a heavy gym session. Icy cold showers that are involuntary and unexpected, on the other hand, are far less enjoyable.
Your water heater is one of those pieces of your Jackson, MS plumbing system that you really would prefer not to be without. And you shouldn’t need to go without it either. A water heater that isn’t heating shouldn’t always be a lost cause–more often than not it is fixable when you schedule your repairs with a professional plumber.
Even better, you can watch out for certain indicators that your water heater is struggling so you can get it fixed before it completely loses the ability to produce warm water.
May 4th, 2020
Oh, spring. It is a season of milder temperatures, slowly lengthening days, and the anticipation of summer. It can be both a wonderful season of transition and one of ah…ah…..ACHOO….allergies. As great as spring can be with its warming weather and its beautiful burst of flora, all that extra plant growth also translates to an increase of pollen, dirt, and dust which spells trouble for those of us with allergies.
Spring, also known to those of us with overactive immune systems as allergy season, can be nice—but it can also be a time of year when a lot of people are more-than-willingly holed up at home trying to wait out the wave of pollen. Unfortunately, even home may not be the safest place for this if you don’t have a way to stop all those allergens from getting inside.
We are happy to tell you though that there is a solution to your home allergy qualms in the form of indoor air quality systems in Jackson, MS.
April 20th, 2020
You may not be anywhere near thinking about turning on the air conditioner but this is actually the time when you should be thinking about making sure it is ready for the season to come. Spring is the perfect time to start ensuring that your AC is going to be able to keep your home cool when the heat really takes it up a notch.
So we have to ask: have you scheduled your air conditioner maintenance appointment yet? If not, we strongly suggest that you do so soon. While the summer heat may seem far off, it can strike without warning and the last thing your want is to discover your AC system is in need of a repair that could have been prevented. That is why we provide expert air conditioning maintenance in Brandon, MS.
April 6th, 2020
Sometimes during the colder months of the year, the air in our homes, while warm, can start to feel a bit stale. If your home is well-sealed, it means all that warm air has likely been filtered and refiltered endlessly, meaning that it is physically warm, which is good for your comfort, but it is also going to feel overly filtered, which is bad for your indoor air quality.
Stale air makes you crave a fresh breeze from outside, but you can’t really enjoy this without hindering your comfort level. But what if we told you there was a way to get the best of both worlds? With a heat recovery ventilator, you actually can address your stale air by introducing fresh air into your home without ever reducing your warmth or losing energy.
Sound too good to be true? Let us give you some extra information on these systems so you can enjoy their benefits in the near future.
March 23rd, 2020
Having a reliable and effective heating system for your home can be great and all, but if you have more than one person in your home, you might run into a problem with wanting different heating levels. Or you may have a room in the house that simply doesn’t need as much heating power because it sees more natural sunlight. So how to solve this issue?
Homes are built to provide comfort but that doesn’t mean that blanket heating solutions are always perfect for every home. When you have a home that requires different heating needs throughout the day, it may be a good idea to consider zone control in Madison, MS.
March 9th, 2020
Wouldn’t it be nice to know there was a little some extra you could do to protect your home from unwanted contaminants? Especially during flu season it would be helpful to know that the air in the house is really, truly pure and clean.
With an air purifier you can enjoy this peace of mind along with several other benefits that this system offers. Air purifiers are systems that can be added as a part of your HVAC system to help clean the air that is being pumped into your house. And that is a great advantage whether it is flu season or not!
February 24th, 2020
It isn’t uncommon to have to deal with pinhole leaks a few times in your life. Pipes are liable to wear out over time, after all. These are pesky issues, but they can also cause damage if they aren’t caught quickly enough. On the other hand, slab leaks skip the pesky category and jump straight into problematic the instant they occur.
Slab leaks are often harder to detect than the standard leaks you might encounter in the walls or under the kitchen sink. Because of this, they are often unaddressed for long periods of time, allowing them to do a lot more damage. But if you are equipped with the knowledge of what a slab leak is and how best to handle it, you have a good chance of getting the upper hand on this problem in your plumbing in Clinton, MS.
February 10th, 2020
Maybe you are finally ready to invest in that new gas furnace but you need a new line to feed it fuel. Or perhaps you are having problems with the gas line connected to one or more of your gas-based appliances. Whatever the case, if you are in need of gas line services, you should always reach out to a professional plumber.
Not only can a professional plumber help with your plumbing in Brandon, MS, but they can also service your gas lines–if they are licensed to do so. In fact, it is dangerous to leave the job up to anyone other than a professional.
We want you to be safe and comfortable in your home, so take a moment to learn why it is vital to have a professional plumber handle your gas lines.