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I have been told I have a bad heat exchanger, what should I do?

Well, technically when you’re told you have a bad heat exchanger, that means there’s probably a crack within your heat exchanger, which means you have the potential of carbon monoxide leaking into the house. What I would suggest that you do is get a free second opinion. We offer that. We’ll come out, show you…

Do you offer duct cleaning?

Yes, we do. With our duct cleanings, we’d have to go throughout your house. We remove off your runs and we clean out every one of your registers. Majority of registers are six-inch drums, so we feed a brush through there. That brush will go around the surface of the runs, break everything loose, add…

Furnace Flooding in Indianapolis – What You Need To Do.

This heavy rain this past weekend has resulted in several of our clients finding themselves with no heat due to the furnace being underwater because of a flooded basement. Combine that with the sudden drop in temperature, and this becomes an urgent situation for those clients. The first obvious step for the homeowner in this…

Decisions, Decisions…

Are you the sort of person who says, “I may be indecisive, but I’m not sure.” If given the choice between “Yes, No or Maybe,” do you look for the checkbox that says, “All of the above?”  You have my sympathies… Making decisions is no laughing matter, and homeowners are faced with a slew of…

Is Your Home Trying to Tell You Something?

Sometimes you can hear little noises that tell you your home has a concern to address. You know, something like the drip, drip, drip of a faucet that says “fix me.” Or the sound of wind that’s coming through a crack that should be patched. Spring is a good time to walk through your home…

Tips for lowering your utility bills

April showers bring May flowers. While servicing customers throughout Indianapolis—including everywhere from Fishers and Geist to Anderson, Noblesville and McCordsville—we’re finally starting to see green. Spring has sprung! So, we thought we’d help you keep more green in your pocket by sharing a few tips on ways to lower your utility bills.

Have you used your Federal Energy Tax Credit yet? Program ends soon…

The Federal Energy Tax Credit will expire at the end of this year… When 2010 ends, so does the tax credit. This is a credit of 30% (up to a $1500 credit) of the price of a new system, and is available for homeowners that are replacing their old, energy guzzling furnaces and air conditioning…

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