4 Signs Your Heat Pump Needs Repair ASAP

September 11th, 2023

As we transition from summer to fall, the time will soon arrive when you’ll switch from cooling your home to heating your home. In a perfect world, that transition is an easy one. However, this isn’t always the case.

If you have a heat pump system, sometimes the transition is made more difficult by the fact that your heat pump is a 2-in-1 system that has been working hard all summer. If you’re experiencing problems with your heat pump, here are some of the most common reasons for heat pump repair. Whenever you’re not happy with its performance, we’re here to help.

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The Importance of Commercial AC Maintenance

August 28th, 2023
air conditioning installation on rooftop with technician

The temperature of your commercial space’s indoor air can make or break a business. Customers won’t want to linger in a store that’s hot and stuffy. Tenants can’t live in housing where the air conditioner has broken down. The last thing you want as a business owner is frantic calls from employees after “business hours” that the commercial air conditioning in your building isn’t working. 

Just like with residential air conditioners, regular maintenance is the absolute best way to maintain your commercial cooling systems. However, you can’t rely on a residential HVAC company for this essential service. You need a team with extensive experience maintaining commercial AC and that team is us. Let’s go over the importance of commercial AC maintenance.

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Do I Need Duct Cleaning After a Wildfire?

August 14th, 2023

2023 brought awareness to an issue that was more common in only a handful of US states: wildfire smoke and its negative effects. Smoke from the 2023 Canadian wildfires enveloped many Northern and Mid-West states, areas that aren’t used to seeing much wildfire smoke. 

Although Tennessee is no stranger to wildfires, many homeowners aren’t aware of how wildfire smoke can decrease a home’s indoor air quality. Trying to make do with portable air filters isn’t very effective when smoke, ash, and particulate matter have infiltrated your home’s air ducts. Let’s go over whether getting professional duct cleaning is necessary after wildfire smoke has lowered the Air Quality Index in your neighborhood.

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Why Do I Need to Upgrade My Home’s Electrical Panel?

July 17th, 2023

Your home’s electrical panel is what controls your entire electrical system. Also known as the circuit breaker panel, incoming electricity is routed to the different circuits through this hub. The breakers are designed to shut off circuits if there is a voltage overload.

Just like any aging system in your home, the electrical panel will need to be upgraded or replaced eventually. If you have an aging electrical panel or an even older fuse box, your home is probably overdue for an electrical panel upgrade. 

Most circuit breaker panels last between 25-40 years before they need replacing. How long it’ll last depends on how much the electrical demand of the home has increased, and if you’ve experienced any issues already. Read on to learn more about how to tell if you need an electrical panel upgrade!

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Yes, You Need Water Heater Maintenance for Tankless Water Heaters

July 3rd, 2023

So you decided to go with a tankless water heater for your home. You’re undoubtedly enjoying the many benefits that it provides such as seemingly unending hot water and lower utility bills. It’s like night and day compared to your old, outdated tank water heater. This is why you might think that your tankless water heater is so amazing, it doesn’t need maintenance at all.

Well, we’re here to tell you that’s unfortunately just not the case. If you want to keep reaping the benefits of a tankless water heater without an interruption in service, it does need tune-ups on a regular basis. Let’s go over a couple of things that can happen if you don’t schedule tankless water heater maintenance. 

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Are Standby Generators the Next Must-Have Home System?

June 19th, 2023

What do color televisions, air conditioners, and personal computers have in common? At one time in history, they were considered “luxury items” but are now commonplace in homes. As their technology increased and the cost went down, more and more households decided these were items they couldn’t live without. 

Standby generators are another home system that’s increasingly being seen as essential. No matter the cause, it’s a fact that the number of natural disasters and heat waves in areas that have never experienced extreme temperatures is increasing every year. 

And with additional demand on power grids and rolling blackouts, homeowners are experiencing more days–not just hours–without electricity than ever before. Let’s look at why standby generators are being considered the next must-have home system.

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It’s Halfway Through Summer, Do You Need AC Repair?

June 5th, 2023

While other parts of the country are just turning their air conditioners on for the first time this year, that’s certainly not the case here. Now that we’re halfway through the cooling season, how would you rate your AC’s performance? Keep in mind that there’s no such thing as an “A for effort” when it comes to your AC.

If you’re disappointed in your AC’s performance or even worse, worried that it might not make it through the rest of the summer without a breakdown or interruption in service, keep reading. Let’s look at 4 tell-tale signs that you need air conditioning repair in Nashville, TN sooner rather than later.  

Having AC problems quickly checked out by a professional HVAC technician is essential for 2 reasons. Not only does it help keep a minor issue from becoming a major problem, but it’ll also guard against a complete breakdown in service.  

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How to Tell if You Need Home Rewiring Services

May 22nd, 2023

If the electrical panel in your home is the “heart” of your electrical system, its electrical wiring is the veins and arteries. When things start to go wrong with your home’s wiring, it’ll become readily apparent in many ways. 

If you live in an older home that was built 30+ years ago, then the risk of experiencing electrical problems is greater than if you lived in a new home. Early electrical wiring was not always well grounded or insulated, which means that older wiring has a higher chance of having issues and potentially igniting an electrical fire.

Also, modern-day appliances and usage make excessive demands on your home’s wiring that older home electrical systems aren’t necessarily used to. High-efficiency appliances, smartphones, and all modern electronics can be taxing to the system.

You should never attempt DIY fixes when it comes to your home’s wiring. Let’s go over some issues that require a highly trained electrician for rewiring in Nashville, TN to take care of it for you.

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Safety First: Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors

May 8th, 2023
Common plastic white home smoke detector alarm, preventing an abnormal smoke in the room from perhaps a fire with a sound very loud. In the image, there is a big fire in the room and there is smoke that rises to the ceiling where is placed the equipement. This one is mounted on wooden ceiling. For example in France country, those smoke detector are required since march 2015. On the sensor is written that we should not paint it, and direction to open or close it, there is the test button because we need to check it regularly, and a red led indicating that the battery inside is always good.

When was the last time you checked your smoke alarms to make sure they were working correctly? How about your home’s carbon monoxide detector? These home systems are essential to your family’s safety. However, once they’re installed, they’re often an afterthought. 

Although many detectors are installed with low battery alarms that’ll make an annoying chirping noise when the battery is low, some homeowners will simply remove them and set them aside until a battery can be found. 

But these safety devices should not be ignored. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), 3 out of 5 home fire deaths occur in homes that lack smoke detectors or where the smoke alarms didn’t work.

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Why Your House Needs A Whole House Generator

April 24th, 2023

Many homeowners wonder if home generators in Nashville, TN are worth it. The fact is, power outages in Tennessee are happening more and more frequently. If you’ve ever had to throw away an entire refrigerator’s worth of food, you’ve probably figured out that whole house generators are worth it just for the convenience factor. They have the power to keep your whole house powered on during a major outage as if nothing has happened. 

Sure, you can try and make do with a portable generator. But do you really want to have to worry about starting it up and keeping it fueled up during a major storm or during an extended outage that lasts several days?

Aside from the fact that a standby generator is completely worth it for the safety and convenience it provides, some homeowners would like to know if investing in a whole house generator is worth it as a financial investment in their home. We understand this completely and the answer is a resounding yes. Let’s discuss how a whole house generator is a sound investment and should increase the value of your home.

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