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Hiring a Plumber for Your Kitchen Remodel

Is your kitchen ready for an update? There are a lot of moving parts to planning a major kitchen remodel; cabinets, countertops, appliances, flooring, sinks and faucets will all need to be selected and installed. You may decide to tackle minor updates like painting cabinets or installing window treatments yourself, but if you plan to add or swap out a sink, dishwasher or refrigerator you really should hire a professional plumber. Proper initial installation of these items saves you money, headaches, and time.

  admin   March 16, 2015   remodel, kitchen, Grand Rapids Plumbing, Rockford Plumbing, Blog, Plumbing 0 Comments   Read More

Facts You Should Know About Your Heating System

Having a warm and toasty home during the bitter cold winter months is important to all West Michigan families. When you are experiencing a heating problem you will surely notice right away, but you may not know if your system is operating efficiently. To help you gain a better understanding of efficiency, here are facts you need to know about each heating source within your home.

  admin   March 9, 2015   heating efficiency, heating system, Heat pump, heat, Blog 0 Comments   Read More

The Dangers of DIY HVAC Repairs

As a homeowner, there are many repairs and maintenance items you will be faced with tackling in your home. While there are many things that you can quickly take care of on your own, there are certain tasks that are better suited for a professional. Knowing where to draw that line can be difficult, especially when there’s an urge to save money by doing it yourself. There are several systems in your home that can really wreak havoc if repairs are done incorrectly; one of those is your HVAC system.

  admin   March 9, 2015   repairs, HVAC, system repairs, Blog 0 Comments   Read More

Indoor Air Quality: It’s Important For Your Family’s Health

Did you know that approximately 50% of illnesses are either caused or aggravated by poor air quality inside the home? It’s also reported that indoor air is two to five times more polluted than outside air. That may sound hard to believe but these statistics are reported by the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) respectively.

  admin   March 3, 2015   Home Air Quality, Improve air quality, Blog, indoor air quality 0 Comments   Read More