Times When You Should Replace Your Boiler

Monday, February 29th, 2016

The winter isn’t quite over yet, but we’ll soon start to enjoy warmer temperatures here in Louisiana, and that means we can ease back on how much we use our heating systems. Now is a good period to start considering making a major change in the way you heat your home.

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Boiler Problems That Can Happen in Late Winter

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

Most Elm Grove, LA residents don’t give much thought how their boiler functions, until it has a problem. Even then, as it’s nearing the end of winter you may be tempted to hold off on repairs until next winter. This could prove to be a detrimental mistake as small issues have a way of turning into expensive boiler repairs.

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Is My Furnace Supposed to Rust?

Monday, February 15th, 2016

Even though you may not understand the science behind how a furnace works (and we don’t expect you to) you’re likely well aware that water is not a component of a functioning system. That being said, why are you noticing rust in your heater? This is actually not an immediate cause for concern, but it’s still an issue that you should keep your eye on.

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We Offer a Wide Variety of Commercial Refrigeration Services

Monday, February 8th, 2016

We aren’t only in the business of helping homes stay cool in summer and warm in winter. We’re also trained experts at refrigeration, and offer many different services for businesses in the area that rely on freezer, coolers, and other commercial refrigeration equipment on a daily basis. We install, replace, repair, and maintain a variety of commercial devices. If you’re looking for any type of service for commercial refrigeration in the Shreveport area, just contact our experienced team.

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The Benefits of Having a Service Contract for Your HVAC Equipment

Monday, February 1st, 2016

We’ve written before on our blog about how important it is to arrange for annual maintenance to inspect, clean, adjust, and generally service your home’s air conditioning and heating systems. You can call up a professional HVAC company twice a year (once in spring for the AC and then again in fall for the heater) to schedule this routine maintenance. However, a better approach is to sign up for a service contract, such as the Proactive Service Agreement that we offer.

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