Archive for December, 2016

How to Tell if You Need a Plumber

Written by Eric Brophy. Posted in Construction projects, Duluth tankless water heater, Heating services duluth

Repairing a furnace

Many homeowners, or even renters, do not spend a whole lot of time thinking about their plumbing. Even when something breaks outright or is not working the way it should, many people are not sure when they are need of a plumber. There are a lot of things than fall into the DIY category but there are a lot of times when you need plumbing services. Unless you are a plumbing services professional, there are going to be times when you need to call someone to help. Here are some times when you need to put your tools away and get help.

1. You have a clog in your toilet and you cannot get rid of it. If you try and try with the plung

How Can I Reduce The Chances Of Theft In My Home?

Written by Eric Brophy. Posted in Broken key, Electronics locksmith queens, Emergency locksmith for businesses

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Are you concerned about the safety of your home or your car? This is more than a reasonable worry to have. After all, you’ve worked hard for what you own and the last thing you need in the busy workweek is to lose it all in a lapse of safety. Whether it’s preparing for automotive emergencies or becoming familiar with high security locks, there are a wealth of resources for you to tap into so you can keep your belongings and your family safe all days of the year. Let’s take a look at what a locksmith company can do for your home as well as everyday tips you can keep in mind when walking out your door.

How Common Is Theft?

Let’s start with a little refresher. Did you know one larceny theft o

3 Reasons to Focus On Regular Boiler Maintenance

Written by Eric Brophy. Posted in Air conditioning repair cloquet, Heating and cooling, Home builder

Skilled workers

Heating and cooling systems are essential to any structure, from homes to large power plants. If these HVAC systems were not properly installed or maintained, it could lead to serious trouble for the residents of the home or business, not to mention significantly expensive repair costs. That’s why it’s so important to have proper furnace and boiler installation, and regular professional maintenance throughout the life of each one of your appliances.

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Are You in Need of a Pest Control Service?

Written by Eric Brophy. Posted in Termite control tucson, Weed control, Weeds


The trip was amazing. In fact, both of your daughters promised their second cousin that they would certainly be returning to Costa Rica sometime soon. The water falls, the volcanoes, the zip lining, the beach house, the surfing, the market. It was all amazing. And even though you agreed with your daughters that it was an amazing trip, it is difficult for you to get over the fact that you dealt with sleeping in a bed that was in a room that had fallen victim to a termite infestation.
Although you knew that the Costa Rican vacation would include plenty of heat, humidity, and bugs, it was difficult to hide your surprise when your cousin answered your question about why you woke every morning to lots of black little specks on your pillow. When she sheepishly explained that it was termite poop, you tried to laugh it o

Air Conditioners From 1902 to the Present

Written by Eric Brophy. Posted in Furnace repair, Hvac contractors staunton va, Plumbing

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Many people are intrigued by inventors and inventions, especially the ones that make day-to-day life easier, more comfortable, or solve a pressing issue. The first air conditioner, for example, was invented by an individual that worked in the publishing business.

In 1902, Willis Carrier needed to solve two problems:

    Keep ink from running down the page.
    Prevent paper from expanding.

As a result, he invented the air conditioner to solve both of these problems.

Fast forward to 1929 and the White House Oval Office, where Herbert Hoover was the first president to have air conditioning. Even though it was only a few months after the stock market crash, the 31st president of the United States spent $30,000 on an air-conditioning system.

In the 1940s, a window-style ai