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3103, 2023

Sewer Line Protection Tips

March 31st, 2023|

If this gorgeous spring weather has your green thumbs itching for action, you may be tempted to grab a shovel and dig right in! But if you’ve got a septic tank in your backyard—and an expansive drain field just below the grass—a little caution can save you from a big plumbing bill this season. It [...]

2903, 2023

2023 HVAC Regulation Changes

March 29th, 2023|

In 2023, the Department of Energy (DOE) released a new set of rules that aim to improve the energy efficiency of new HVAC units across the country. And if you’re planning on replacing your home comfort system this year, these regulations apply to you, too! Here’s what you need to know about the DOE’s new [...]

2703, 2023

Omaha Air Duct Cleaning

March 27th, 2023|

Your air ducts are your home’s main circulatory system. They control the comfort, air quality, and humidity of your entire home. They can transport fresh air and a cool breeze, or seasonal allergens and a musty stench. And yet, most homeowners hardly give the health of their ducts—or just what they’re circulating—a second thought! You [...]

2702, 2023

Why Earth-Powered Heaters Offer the Ultimate Energy Efficiency

February 27th, 2023|

The best home heating source is just a few feet underground. And it’s not natural gas, electric, or propane… It’s the earth! Geothermal heating is a type of renewable energy homeowners can tap into to access an endless supply of steady warmth. And the process of drawing heat from the ground is incredibly energy efficient—offering [...]

2002, 2023

3 Pain-in-the-Drain Line Problems You Should Never Ignore

February 20th, 2023|

Drain lines are the network of pipes that connect to your septic tank and distribute wastewater out to the surrounding yard, away from your home. These lines can be anywhere from 30 to 150 feet long, stretching far across your backyard. When your drain lines are working properly, they pull the liquid out of your [...]

1302, 2023

How a Whole Home Water Filtration System Can Pay for Itself

February 13th, 2023|

Here in Omaha, our water is generally considered safe. According to the EPA, we haven’t had a single Safe Drinking Water Act violation in many years, and our tap water is considered drinkable even without a filter. However, “safe” drinking water isn’t the same as healthy water—for your body or your pipes. And while the [...]

102, 2023

Homeowner Hacks: The Guide to Maintaining Your Home Furnace

February 1st, 2023|

Your home furnace is one of those comfort systems you probably don’t think about much— until you wake up with cold feet! But as we’ll cover in today’s Homeowner Hack, taking a few moments to give your furnace the TLC it deserves throughout the winter can prevent a much more costly and uncomfortable repair down [...]

2012, 2022

Heat Your Home for Less with These 5 Ways to Save

December 20th, 2022|

As energy costs rise, it’s becoming increasingly expensive to keep your home comfortable year-round. And here in Omaha, where chilly weather can push the temperature down into the single digits—or worse—you may feel like you’ve only got two options: Spend or shiver! The weather may be crisp and cold this month, but with these 5 [...]

1312, 2022

Got Noisy Pipes? Here’s Why

December 13th, 2022|

Older houses can be as noisy as they are charming! Creaky stairs, squeaky doors, and whistling windows may come with the territory, but if you’ve got noisy pipes, there can be a bigger problem just below the surface… Here’s why your pipes go bump in the night—and morning and afternoon! Loose fasteners Notice a knocking [...]

712, 2022

3 Serious Signs Your Main Sewer Line is Clogged

December 7th, 2022|

Dear Burton, I’ve noticed some strange plumbing symptoms lately—our downstairs toilets are gurgling when the dishwasher runs, and our bathtubs are taking a long time to drain. I’m nervous this could be a big issue. What should I do? Gurgling in Gretna Dear Gurgling, One noisy toilet or slow-draining tub typically isn’t a cause for [...]

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