Have you noticed your cooling costs going up, but haven’t done anything differently? If your home is taking longer to cool down, you could have areas in your home that are leaking cool air and letting warm air in.
There’s nothing more precious than your family, so it’s important to find the best ways to keep them safe. A.B.
While a sewer line clog might be unseen, it can cause some serious
Thanks to kind donors, Project Elder Cool served a man who helped make history. Amos is 91 years old. He's not in good health. The youngest of his two daughters cares for him in a downstairs room of the Kansas City home where Amos has lived for more than 50 years. It's where he and his late wife Lilly Pearl raised their family. However, the house has no air conditioning, and it's hot where Amos now spends most of his time in a hospital bed.
Summer is underway, and so are backyard parties and weekend fun in the sun activities. With each season comes a whole new set of potential plumbing issues.
Power outages can be a real nuisance! And due to the unpredictable weather patterns that we’ve been experiencing lately, they seem to be happening more and more frequently. To avoid the hassle of losing power and all of the pitfalls that come with it, it might be time to invest in a standby generator.
As temperatures heat up, we find ourselves pumping the A/C to combat the uncomfortable hot and humid conditions. For some areas, air conditioning seems like a necessity. But if you have a new baby at home you might be concerned with blasting it. Could all of that cold air cause a chill or weaken your baby’s immune system? We’re here to set the record straight.