Don’t Forget AC Maintenance Before the Heat Hits

June 3rd, 2024

There’s no doubt that, in our climate, you want your air conditioner to be ready for summer. In particular, July’s average daily high temperature is 90 degrees. If that heat hits, and your air conditioner is unreliable or ineffective, you’ll be desperate to get it fixed. Avoid all that by scheduling AC maintenance now. 

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Exposed Wires? Here’s What to Do

May 20th, 2024

Electrical problems are not something to ignore or postpone dealing with. The potential consequences of a serious electrical issue are simply too severe to risk. One of the problems that poses a particularly serious electrical hazard is exposed wires. Is this an issue in your home? How can you tell? What should you do?

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Tips for Switching from Heating to Cooling

May 6th, 2024

It’s that time of year: you don’t need your heat anymore, and you’ll be needing your AC very soon. Don’t get too busy enjoying the gorgeous Tennessee springtime. There are things you should be doing! Here’s our checklist of tips on how to make a smooth transition from heating season to cooling season with your HVAC system.

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It’s Time to Address the Elephant in Your Ducts

April 22nd, 2024

Perhaps you only pay attention to the air that is currently in the rooms of your home. Do you ever think about where it comes from? Before it exits your vents, it’s been flowing through your ductwork. And whatever is lurking within that ductwork, the air brings a bit of it along for the ride. Now it’s floating around your home!

Is this something you should avoid thinking about or discussing? No! Don’t let it be an elephant in the room. If something unpleasant lurks in your ducts and contaminates your air, it’s time for duct cleaning. How can you tell if it’s necessary? Here are the signs.

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Why Are My Circuits Constantly Tripping?

April 8th, 2024

It can be so frustrating: you try to turn something on and it acts like it has no power even though it’s plugged in. Or you’re trying to vacuum when suddenly the vacuum cleaner dies. You have to go to the electrical panel and reset the circuit breaker… again. How often has this been happening?

It’s normal for a circuit to be tripped on occasion. But when it happens a lot, you shouldn’t ignore it. Constantly tripping circuits can be an indicator of a variety of electrical problems. What could be going on? We’ll explain all about it.

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Troubleshooting Your Malfunctioning Furnace

March 25th, 2024

It might not be winter anymore, but there are still some chilly spring nights yet to come before we’re able to shut down our furnaces completely for the season. If you’re having heating trouble, you will need to get it sorted out or you’ll be in for some chilly discomfort! But wouldn’t it be nice if you could sort out the problem yourself without needing to get repairs done?

For your safety and the wellbeing of your furnace, actual heating repairs must be done by a qualified professional. But before you decide you require the services of a heating technician, there are some things you should investigate on your own. Follow this handy furnace troubleshooting checklist, and you might be able to resolve your own heating malfunction without any assistance.

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A New Homeowner’s Guide to Generators

March 11th, 2024

Tennessee is a beautiful place to live. In Nashville, you’ve got all the culture and music you could ask for, with gorgeous countryside a short distance away. Sadly, though, Tennessee is ranked pretty poorly for safety, and one of the major reasons for this has to do with the weather. Tornadoes in the spring and summer and hail and ice storms in the winter can cause major hazards… and power outages. 

When you rent your home, your landlord is responsible for making sure your building stays safe. Purchasing a home means that anything that happens to or in your home is your responsibility. What can new homeowners do to stay safe and prepare for emergencies? We recommend a generator, and there are some things you should know before purchasing one.

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What’s the Difference Between a Breaker Box and an Electrical Panel?

February 26th, 2024

It can be hard for homeowners—especially newer homeowners—to decipher all the information they should have about their homes’ systems. You may have heard a lot of terms about heating, air conditioning, plumbing, and electricity without knowing exactly what each one refers to. But the more you know, the better you can care for your home, so it’s worth doing the research.

Sometimes, with a little bit of knowledge, you’ll discover that things are simpler than you’d thought they were. You’ve surely heard of breaker boxes and electrical panels. What exactly are they, and what is the difference between them? Here’s what you should know.

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A Tankless Water Heater for Valentine’s Day

February 12th, 2024

What should you get your beloved for Valentine’s Day? Roses and chocolates? Too boring and ordinary. A restaurant dinner or a romantic weekend getaway? Over too soon. What will make your beloved’s life better, last a long time, and really be worth the investment? How about a tankless water heater for Valentine’s Day?

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Avoid HVAC Repairs Through HVAC Maintenance

January 15th, 2024

HVAC system maintenance is seen as something that HVAC contractors fob off on unsuspecting homeowners as a way to make money. However, we want to assure you that this simply isn’t the case. It’s an undeniable fact that investing in routine maintenance will result in you spending less money on your HVAC equipment. 

You might be wondering why on Earth any business would tell its customers that there’s a guaranteed way to spend less money on the services they provide. Well, that’s how we earn the trust of our customers. We don’t want you to pay for repairs or an early system replacement that could’ve been avoided.

No matter what type of system you have, let’s go over how signing up for our Covenant Care Plan will result in the need for fewer HVAC repairs in Nashville, TN.

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