Ways to Tell If You Furnace Is Beginning to Fail in Ogden, IL

Ways to Tell If You Furnace Is Beginning to Fail in Ogden, IL

It gets cold in Ogden, IL, during the winter months. Therefore, it only makes sense that you want to make sure your furnace will be there for you when you need it most. Having your furnace fail on you in the dead of winter is dangerous, so below are five ways to tell...
How Do an RPZ and a Double-Check Valve Differ in Bement, IL?

How Do an RPZ and a Double-Check Valve Differ in Bement, IL?

Even though both RPZ (reduced pressure zone) valve setups and double-check valves can help prevent backflow in the water supply for your Bement, IL, home, the RPZ valve has some extra precautions built into them. Double-check valves have a simpler design, but RPZ...
3 Common Fall Heater Problems in Fisher, IL

3 Common Fall Heater Problems in Fisher, IL

Without having a reliable heater on your property, you’ll almost certainly encounter indoor comfort issues throughout the colder months of the year. There may even be times the appliance stops working altogether, forcing you to sit in the cold until a technician can...
3 Benefits of Regular Drain Cleanings in Mahomet, IL

3 Benefits of Regular Drain Cleanings in Mahomet, IL

The early months of fall can get pretty humid in Mahomet, IL, and that kind of weather can wreak havoc on the drainage system in your home. Cleaning your drain on a regular basis, however, can keep harmful toxins away and even slash your electricity bill. 1. Eliminate...
Indoor Air Quality Part 4—Humidity Control

Indoor Air Quality Part 4—Humidity Control

In parts 2 & 3 of this series of blogs, we have talked about Filtration (linemen) and Ventilation & Purification (line-backers).  In today’s blog—we will talk about our secondary— Humidity Control.  Just like a good football team counts on safeties to keep...
Indoor Air Quality Part 3 – Ventilation & Air Purification

Indoor Air Quality Part 3 – Ventilation & Air Purification

The second line of defense in football is your Linebackers.  As an avid Bears fan, we have had some pretty good ones over the years—I think of “Samurai Mike” Singletary, Lance Briggs, or Brian Urlacher.  Our second line of defense against indoor pollutants is...

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