Is it Time to Repair Your AC? Here are The Top Signs to Look For

We’re really feeling the heat here in Sacramento. Imagine if your AC suddenly stopped working right in the middle of summer. How frustrating would that be? Unfortunately, this is the reality for many homeowners and something we see often. For many homeowners, it’s easy to let small air conditioner problems…

Warning Signs Your Main Sewer Line is Clogged

When was the last time you thought about your main sewer line? Most homeowners don’t ever consider their main sewer line until something goes wrong. The major problem is that when something bad happens to the main sewer line, it has the potential to be a disaster. Some examples of…

Invest in the Best Whole House Water Filter

Your home’s water is more than what comes out of a single tap. This water cleans your clothes and your body and goes into your food and drink. It cleans your dishes and even children’s toys. The water flowing through your home should be clean and healthy. But there are…

Busting Replacement Window Myths

Windows are an essential part of any home, but oftentimes they’re the most misunderstood. They are so much more than a protective pane of glass, they’re your opening to the world. Windows keep you safe and comfortable, they serve more than one necessary function. The more we talk to Sacramento…

Experiencing Thermostat Problems? Read This First

In terms of home comfort, your thermostat is the real MVP of the household. Not only does it regulate your home’s temperature, it acts as a beacon to tell your HVAC system when to turn on and off. It essentially acts as the remote for your entire system. Far too…

Your HVAC Can Help with Allergies

We see it in Sacramento every year. No matter the season, spring, or summer, we’re always plagued by allergies that linger in the air and unfortunately, in our noses. But what if we were to tell you that your HVAC system can help keep seasonal allergies at bay? It’s not…

How to Tell if Your Sewer Pipes are Damaged

There’s something many homeowners don’t know; the average lifespan of cast iron sewer pipes are 25-35 years. A quarter of a century ago, cast iron was the preferred building materials for many sewer systems. Cast iron provides a very tight water seal and is able to last through things like…

My Tap Water Smells Bad, Why?

When we turn on our tap, we expect clean water to come out. Clean water is a crucial part of living a healthy, happy life. The water that comes from our tap goes into our body, food, clothes, yard, and so much more. But what happens when you turn on…

UV Lights for HVAC, How Do They Clean Air?

Over time, the average American is spending more and more time at home; nearly 90% of their time indoors . As we find ourselves inside more, we need to ask, “how clean is the air in my home?” Unfortunately, your indoor air can be three to five times more polluted…