Importance of Clean and Healthy Water

June 12, 2020

We drink water every day. It is necessary for hydration and is a common ingredient in many recipes. Water is also essential for bathing and washing our hands. Because our water is typically clean as it comes out of the faucet, it’s easy to overlook how much of a luxury this is. In other countries, many people don’t have access to clean water, which makes life exponentially more difficult. Let’s take a look at the importance of clean and healthy water. Needed for Drinking Humans need to drink water to survive. In particular, we need to drink clean water. Dirty...

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Common Indoor Air Quality Myths

May 10, 2020

We at in Nacogdoches, Texas, have heard a lot of myths regarding air quality over the years. We believe explaining what is true and what is not will help you to improve the quality of the air in your home. Indoor Air Is Better Than Outdoor Air This is not true because the air inside of your house may be more polluted than the air outside. We recommend looking around your home for dust mites, pet dander, cleaning supplies, air fresheners, detergents, and fragrances. All of this can pollute the air you are breathing. If your air circulation is poor,...

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Five Air Conditioner Maintenance Tips

April 15, 2020

There’s nothing worse than an AC that’s failing when it’s hot outside. Fortunately, with a bit of care, you can keep yours running smoothly. Listed below, you’ll find five maintenance tips that are easy to perform, and they’ll save you loads of money on repairs or replacement. 1. Evaporator Coil Cleaning An evaporator coil will eventually suffer from a buildup of dirt and dust. When it does, your AC will be less efficient and require more energy to cool your home. This will also contribute to a decreased lifespan for your unit. To prevent these negative consequences, simply clean your...

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Ways to Extend the Life of an HVAC System

March 19, 2020

Your HVAC system is one of your home’s most important features, and no one wants their unit to break down prematurely. While modern HVAC systems can be incredibly durable, they must withstand a lot of use and abuse. Luckily, with a little bit of preventative maintenance and some professional help, you can rest assured that your HVAC system will continue to run flawlessly for many years to come. Schedule Regular Tune-Ups One of the best things you can do for your heating and cooling system is to schedule regular tune-ups. While every system is slightly different, we usually suggest that...

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How To Light a Pilot Light on a Furnace

February 20, 2020

When you have no heat, one of the reasons could be that the pilot light on your furnace has gone out. This is actually something you’d hope to see when you notice a problem with your heat, since it involves a simple fix. As Easy As 1-2-3 Anyone can re-light a pilot light, but you’ll first have to locate the pilot/gas switch on your furnace. It should be towards the bottom of the unit. You’ll also have to locate the “Reset” button. It’s usually close to the pilot/gas switch, and it should be clearly labeled. Note that each furnace would...

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What Causes Poor Indoor Air Quality?

February 10, 2020

Poor indoor air quality can make it difficult to enjoy spending time at home. It may also make it harder for guests to make it through a holiday meal or an overnight visit. Let’s take a look at some of the common reasons why it can be hard to breathe easily while in your house. People are Smoking Indoors Smoke particles can linger in the air for hours or days after a person smokes a cigar or cigarette. These particles can also land on furniture, walls and other surfaces in the home, and it may be possible to kick them...

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How Long Does an Average Toilet Last in a Home?

January 20, 2020

The average life of a toilet has declined in the last several years due to changes in the manufacturing process. The length of the life of a toilet also depends on the amount of use it experiences. The more people in the household, the more flushes there will be, which shortens the overall life of this plumbing piece. Here are a few things that impact how long the average toilet lasts in a home. The Number of People in a Home A toilet that is used sparsely will have a longer lifespan. In a way, you can estimate how long...

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What Can Be Done to Prevent Mold Buildup in My Home?

January 10, 2020

Keeping mold from building up in your house is not as difficult as some may believe. If you suspect there is already mold in your home, you are encouraged to hire an HVAC professional to get rid of it. Then, he or she can set up measures that will prevent it from building up again. Here are a few things that can be done to prevent mold buildup in your residence. Manage Moisture Mold thrives in areas where moisture is present and stagnant. So, to prevent the spores from landing, adhering, and growing, ensure that no areas in your home...

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The Major Consequences of Not Changing Your Air Filter

December 18, 2019

The air filter is an integral part of your HVAC system. It helps filter out dirt and soot in the air, thereby easing your HVAC unit’s workload. When the filter starts getting too dirty, you need to change it. Here are some bad things that can occur when you fail to replace the air filter periodically. Higher Energy Bills If your filter becomes too dirty, it will cause your heating system to work harder to heat your home. Your utility bill will be higher while providing zero benefits. Negative Impact On Your Health Your air filter traps dust and other...

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3 Reasons To Use A Humidifier During Flu Season

December 8, 2019

During the winter season in Nacogdoches, holiday cheer isn’t the only thing spreading. The flu is back and coming to stores, holiday parties, and schools near you! Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to protect yourself and your family from the flu this season. Here at , our technicians recommend adding a humidifier to your home. Here are a few ways that humidifiers help during flu season: 1. Viruses Don’t Like Humidity The flu virus spreads when you come into contact with something that’s been tainted by the virus. Oftentimes, the culprits include doorknobs, faucet handles, and...

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