Posts Tagged ‘Service’

Having worked in the Plumbing, Heating, & Cooling industry now for almost 40-years, I’ve come to notice a few basic things worth considering when it’s time to choose a heating/cooling system; either initially with a new home, or as a replacement for an existing system. The most basic thing to consider is what kind of […]

What’s in a name? When the name contains the words ‘Day & Nite’, certain questions always get asked. “Do you really get called out in the middle of the night?” Yes! We really do get called out in the middle of the night…several times a week, every week of the year. “Really? What do people […]

For the last few years, I’ve gotten plenty of customer calls that go something like this; “I’m thinking about changing my water heater. Can you tell me which is better, the ‘storage tank’ style that I’ve always had or one of those new, ‘Tankless’ water heaters everyone is talking about?” I will always try to […]

Ductless Heat Pumps (aka Ductless Mini-Split Systems) have become the new efficient way to heat a home, especially for homeowners with all-electric homes, who rely on baseboards or electric wall heaters for home heating. The reports of efficiency and quiet operation have generated so much interest with homeowners and businesses, we’re often approached by folks […]

“A heat pump is no different than an air conditioner”. Well, …yes…and no. As the name implies, a heat pump pumps heat…outside to cool your home, and inside to heat your home. In fact, heat pumps generally provide much more efficient heating than a typical oil, natural gas, propane, or electric furnace, or strip heat […]

“If it ain’t broke don’t fix it.” Those words haunted me as I viewed the photos of water cascading down the stairs and raining through the sheet rock into the lower floor of my friend’s home.  A year prior, my friend bought a home and asked me what I thought about the plumbing and heating […]

Tankless water heaters have become all the rage, but believe it or not, they can also be a “source” of rage. A few times every year, customers call us with tales of tankless woe.  The luster of the new technology they were so excited about has been tarnished by problems from day one.  And they’re […]