4 Ways You Can Shave Down Your Water Bill

November 1, 2016

Everyone could use a little more room in the budget. You might cut back on grocery costs or shave down the entertainment fund a little. Maybe you’re saving for that TV you want, or maybe you’re just squirreling away an emergency fund. Either way, finding new ways to save money is always a plus. And when you take a look at your water bill each month, you may be thinking it looks a little too high. But how can you conserve water and, in turn, save money? For four ways you can cut down your water bill,

Continue Reading
company icon

Have Poor Indoor Air? 6 Ways to Purify Your Air!

May 9, 2016

By now, you’ve likely heard of statistical reports that say that indoor air can be up to five or more times dirtier than the air outside. In a previous blog, we provided you with tips so you can discover if your home has poor air quality. Even if you determine your home’s indoor air quality, do you know how to improve it? Instead of suffering from allergies, coughs, and sneezes, use the tips in this blog to purify your home’s air. Cleaner air is only a few simple steps away. Read on to learn what you can

Continue Reading
company icon

Air Conditioning Drama? Five Ways to Lower Your Energy Bill!

March 23, 2016

According to the US Department of Energy, 43% of the average American homeowner’s utility bill comes from heating and air conditioning. You know firsthand how expensive it can be to keep your house cool during the hot summer months. But how do you lower your utility bill while avoiding the sticky, uncomfortable heat of July and August? Below are five tips that can help you lower your energy bill, improve your air conditioner’s efficiency, and keep your home cool all summer long. Get an AC Checkup If your utility bill is astronomically high,

Continue Reading
company icon

9 Warning Signs That Your Home Has Poor Air Quality

March 11, 2016

As you’ve lived and worked in the Wasatch Front, you’ve learned how to recognize days with bad air quality. You may even have specific routines that you adopt when you notice heavier smog on your morning commute. But air pollutants don’t always stay outdoors. In fact, many everyday activities in your home can spread airborne contaminants, from aerosol fumes to dust mites. Over time, normal living circumstances and heavy outdoor pollution can contribute to poor indoor air quality in your home. Air quality can have a significant impact on your family’s health and comfort.

Continue Reading
company icon

September 21, 2015

How to Determine If Your Baby Needs a Humidifier Before you bring your beautiful infant home from the hospital, you want to make sure everything in your house is ready. You’ve picked out the perfect crib and repurposed your guest bedroom into a nursery space. You’ve even vacuumed all the carpets to clean up dirt and dust that could find their way into your baby’s mouth. But in addition to all these cosmetic changes, you want to make sure that the environment of your living space keeps your baby healthy and comfortable. Though you

Continue Reading
company icon

12 Items for Your Autumn Cleaning Checklist

September 21, 2015

12 Items for Your Autumn Cleaning Checklist Autumn cleaning. It doesn’t sound quite as catchy as ”spring cleaning,” but some important maintenance tasks in the fall will prepare you for an icy Utah winter. Read the tips below to know how you can keep your home comfortable and energy-efficient this fall and winter. Protect Your Pipes A burst pipe will quickly cause a flood of problems once the ice thaws out and water starts flowing. Some outdoor faucets include freeze-proof features, but you should drain or insulate any outdoor piping without those enhancements.

Continue Reading
company icon

September 21, 2015

Why It’s Time to Replace Your Swamp Cooler with Central Air As Utah summers get hotter, homeowners look for better options for indoor climate control. They may also look toward the roof only to see an aging swamp cooler on top. Swamp (aka “evaporative”) coolers are common enough in Utah, as they work best in dry, arid climates. However, they function less effectively during sporadic monsoonal weather that brings the humidity up from the south. These coolers also require extra maintenance work each spring and fall. Air conditioners, on the other

Continue Reading
company icon

June 16, 2015

Hot and Cold: Learn About Plumbing Services in Ogden, UT When you sit back and relax in the comfort and coolness of your home, do you ever think about the history of your air conditioner? We didn’t think so. Fortunately, we’ve done it for you. Air conditioners and heating systems have a unique history that every homeowner should know about. Although air conditioners date back to the 2nd century, the first modern air conditioner was developed in 1902 for a publishing house to protect papers. Developers soon began to see that functioning HVAC systems

Continue Reading
company icon