When and why to choose an experienced contractor instead of a handyman

Some jobs concerning maintenance in a building you own can be conducted by your handyman, or maintenance person. That's why you hire employees, you expect them them to conduct routine maintenance tasks and keep the building running according to code requirements. Your maintenance person can conduct their daily routine efficiently, but sometimes a job comes…

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4 signs your heating system isn’t efficient

When it comes to business expenses, few costs sting like that associated with heating your business. Every year it seems the cost to ensure your employees are comfortable during the winter month goes up. Although many business owners complain about the cost of warming their facilities, the problem could be that their heating systems aren't…

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Save money and energy with a new heating and cooling system

Winter is here, and weather predictions indicate a harsher winter this year. With the potential for frigid temperatures, snow, and ice, it’s imperative that you and your family remain warm throughout the winter. A new heating system may be just the addition you need to save money and reduce the amount of energy you use. New…

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Commercial HVAC: start to finish

Installing a residential HVAC system takes a particular talent and specialized knowledge, but is also fairly straightforward as the contractor picks a unit appropriate for the size of the home and installs ducts and vents according to building code. Commercial HVAC systems, although it follows the same concept to some extent, becomes a much more…

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What to do when your heat goes out

It can be a scary prospect when your heating stops working in the winter. Depending on where you live along with physical conditions of people who live with you, losing a heat source can be a dangerous situation. An inherent problem with a heating failure is it tends to happen when you need it the…

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