Have Your Heating System Tuned-Up—It’s Still Not Too Late!

Monday, November 28th, 2016

Thanksgiving is over—and the winter holiday decorations are already up while shopping ads flood the airwaves. It may not be “officially” winter yet, but the season is almost here. And that means the cold weather is almost here as well.

But if you haven’t already arranged for an inspection and tune-up for your home heating system, don’t despair! There’s still time—and you shouldn’t skip it, since it’s the best way to see that your heating system works for many years to come.

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Some Fun Facts about Thanksgiving

Monday, November 21st, 2016

Thanksgiving means many different things to many people. For some, it’s a great day for football. For others, it means Twilight Zone and Mystery Science Theater 3000 marathons. And plenty of people love it just for the food and the company. And why not have all of those together?

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Warnings about Carbon Monoxide This Winter

Monday, November 14th, 2016

This is an important warning we like to post before the start of each winter season. When the cold weather arrives, you’ll start to use your furnace on a regular basis to keep your household toasty warm. Chances are high that you have a natural gas furnace, which is the most popular type of residential heating system in North America. There are a number of good reasons for this:

  • Natural gas is less expensive a fuel source than electricity.
  • It’s convenient, piped right into your home.
  • It burns cleanly, with few harmful emissions.
  • Gas-powered furnaces can provide powerful levels of heat.

But there’s one downside to using natural gas for heat, and it’s the potential for carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning.

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Are You Looking for Commercial Kitchen Repairs?

Monday, November 7th, 2016

The kitchen in a home has a complex set of plumbing pipes and various fixtures. Any kitchen plumbing concern needs to be addressed by licensed plumbers with the best tools.

Now, imagine a commercial kitchen. Unlike a residential kitchen, a commercial kitchen must work for hours at a time, often from early morning until late in the evening. And it needs to service an enormous number of people with a variety of different types of food that must be grilled, baked, fried, deep fried, or cooked with special equipment like a pizza oven. On top of all that food preparation, the kitchen must handle immense disposal of food waste.

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