5 Tips for Fall HVAC Preventative Maintenance

As a homeowner, you may have what seems to be a never-ending list of things to do when the seasons change. You may have thought about putting the patio furniture away or raking up leaves in the yard – but have you thought about your HVAC system (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning equipment)? Using a…

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Why Does My House Feel So Humid?

When the weather outside is hot, humid, and downright miserable, staying inside your home can feel like the ultimate refuge. But what if your house is also feeling hot and humid? Read on for a list of things you can do to help reduce humidity levels in your home. Where is this humidity coming from?…

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Four Signs It’s Time to Call a Professional Plumber

When it comes to plumbing problems, you may be inclined to fix the issues on your own. However, we highly recommend calling a professional plumber to take a look. Even though your kitchen faucet dripping or your slowly toilet flushing might not seem like a big deal, plumbing issues can have a serious impact on your monthly utility bills and the environment. A local plumber help can figure out the underlying issue – not just what you see at the surface.

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HVAC System Issues in Commercial Facilities

Maintain the safety and efficiency of a commercial facility with regular checks and balances. Small HVAC system issues can lead to costly repairs if undetected. For that reason, we have listed out some common commercial HVAC system issues that may be affecting your building right now. HVAC System Noise Common ductwork sounds - such as…

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HVAC Maintenance Inspection Checklist

Stay cool in warm summer months by preparing your HVAC system now. Valor Mechanical will inspect and fix any problem to ensure your equipment is operating safely and efficiently. We offer both full residential and full commercial services to the greater Rochester area and pride ourselves on being a relationship-based business. Here are a few…

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Valor: Built on Integrity

“You are only as good as your word”. In today’s world, this phrase may not hold up as much as it used to. High integrity - an implicit trust that people can fully believe you actually mean what you say - is a trait that Valor Mechanical was founded upon. When Ty Bestor, President and…

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Pre-Construction Services for Your Next Project

Valor Mechanical helps clients plan, analyze, and establish mechanical services needed for any project before actual construction begins. These pre-construction services are aimed at educating clients on what will be needed to make the project functional and financially sustainable. By working closely with you, our client, the end result will be a set of plans…

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What is Design-Build?

Design-Build is a construction delivery method that provides owners with a single point of contact for both the design and construction phases of a project. The commercial owner manages only one contract with a single point of responsibility. This popular form of project delivery is ideal because the designer and contractor are working together as…

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3 Tips for Water Heater Safety (and Savings!) this Winter

Cold weather months are a time where we really start appreciating hot water. Those hot showers in the mornings feel really nice and homecooked meals mean more dishwasher runs. Here are three tips that can save you money and keep your family safe this season.   Wash your clothes in cold water. Heating water can…

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Valor Mechanical, Your First Call

Integrity, trust, and strong relationships are values that define most Midwest families. Add in a high level of customer service and those are the core principals of the Valor Mechanical family. As we invite extended family and friends into our homes this holiday season, staying on top of your home comfort system’s maintenance is our…

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