4 Plumbing Projects You Can Complete Without Professional Help

4 Plumbing Projects You Can Complete Without Professional Help

Plumbing issues in your Montgomery, Alabama, home can cause a major mess and great inconvenience. They’re especially stressful when they occur at night or on the weekend when most professional plumbers are unavailable. However, you don’t always need a...
Top 6 HVAC Problems in Older Homes

Top 6 HVAC Problems in Older Homes

Your older home in Montgomery, Alabama, has lots to offer with interesting style and history. But it can be difficult to efficiently heat and cool older homes. In our hot and humid climate, you rely on your air conditioner to run well. Read on to learn some of the...
5 Bad Habits that Damage Your Plumbing

5 Bad Habits that Damage Your Plumbing

Maybe you chew with your mouth open, or maybe you bite your fingernails. Perhaps you can’t help but point out the bad acting in the film you’re watching with your friends. While those close to you may not love these habits, they aren’t necessarily...
IAQ Issues That Could Be Triggering Asthma Symptoms

IAQ Issues That Could Be Triggering Asthma Symptoms

Maintaining healthy indoor air quality (IAQ) in your Montgomery, Alabama, home is critical, especially if you suffer from asthma. Poor IAQ can trigger asthma symptoms and cause other respiratory problems. The first step to improving poor indoor air quality in your...
6 Climate Control HVAC Technologies You Should Know About

6 Climate Control HVAC Technologies You Should Know About

Montgomery, Alabama, is a thriving community for work and play. Downtown Montgomery, the Riverwalk and Alley Entertainment District all offer great restaurants, bars and shops. Generally moderate in climate, Montgomery can reach into the 90s in summer months and also...
4 Possible Causes of an Overflowing Toilet

4 Possible Causes of an Overflowing Toilet

An overflowing toilet is a common problem. But preventing it or having it repaired by a professional is easy when you know the cause. Clogged pipes, blocked vents, sewage issues or a full septic tank can lead to an overflow. Most plumbing systems rely on gravity. When...

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