Helpful Consumer Tips
Protect Yourself and Your Family From Radon
Radon levels can soar during the colder months when residents keep windows closed and spend more time indoors. Learn more...
How to Keep Uninvited Guests Away During the Holidays
Tis the season for good food and good company … but more guests often means more strain on your HVAC and plumbing systems. Read more...
New Efficiency Standards Mean Big Changes in Water Heaters
The federal government is mandating new efficiency standards for water heaters, effective April 16, 2015. What does that mean for you?
Keep the Cold Out, the Cozy In … and Your Costs Down!
The temps have definitely dipped, which means utility costs – and potential plumbing problems – are on the rise. Check out these quick preventative tips.
Holiday Recipe for a Cozy House This Winter
Bitter cold temperatures mixed with inefficient HVAC systems can put a big bite in your heating bill. Add the stress of extra guests over the holidays, and you have a recipe for disaster! Read more...
Holiday Do’s and Don’ts That Will Save Your Garbage Disposer All Year Long
The most common plumbing breakdown during the holidays is blamed on the garbage disposer. Avoid problems from the get-go with these tips.
A Fall Game Plan: HVAC and Plumbing Tips for Your Home
Leaves are changing; there’s a chill in the air; and football season is going strong. Fall is here, and the winter forecast is looking especially frigid this year. A little preventative winterizing now will help keep you cozy and safe through next season … and avoid potential hassles once the thermostat really drops! Learn more...
Vacation Time? A Plumbing and HVAC Checklist for Your Home
Check off this quick list before you leave … and save energy, money, and hassle when you return! Learn more…
Beat the Heat! Summer Plumbing and HVAC Tips for Your Home
Extreme heat doesn’t have to make an extreme impact on your wallet. With these simple tips, you can maximize energy efficiency, minimize costs … and cool your worries! Learn more….
Spring is Here: Tune-up Tips for Air-Conditioning Systems
Poorly maintained air-conditioning systems can cost the consumer up to 30 percent more in energy costs than a well-maintained system. When a system is not working correctly, it is required to run much longer in an effort to maintain comfortable conditions within a home or building. Learn more…
Resolve to Save Energy This Year
The payoff will be year-round, both in terms of comfort and cost-savings. Visit the Department of Energy’s website for the top tips to save energy on your water heating, heating and cooling systems. Need help? Contact a PHCC professional plumbing, heating or cooling service provider.