Maintaining a furnace is an important aspect of home ownership. Not only does regular maintenance help extend the life of the furnace, it can also improve its efficiency and help prevent costly repairs. By performing simple tasks such as changing the air filter and cleaning the burners, homeowners can ensure that their furnace is operatingRead More
KEEP YOUR HOME AND COMMERCIAL SYSTEMS IN THEIR BEST SHAPE
Why are my drains clogging so often? How do I get rid of those stubborn rust stains? Is there a way I can avoid costly repairs for my HVAC unit or water heater? What will protect my home against an electrical fire?
Find the answers to these and other common questions below in the Megee Plumbing & Heating Blog. With more than 80 years repairing, replacing and maintaining residential and commercial systems, our experts know a thing or two about how to resolve the issues home and business owners face regularly.
Keep reading for advice and insights into protecting your property and its heating, cooling, plumbing and electrical systems.
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Routine HVAC maintenance is vital for all buildings, whether residential or commercial. But, if you’re a business owner or property manager, knowing what you need to do to keep your HVAC system in good working order is essential. These systems can be more complicated and costly when compared to residential HVAC systems. And, without properRead More
During the hot days of the year, having a working air conditioner is nearly a necessity. So, when you notice that the air conditioner isn’t working as well as it used to, you might worry about what to do. However, you may feel hesitant to replace your air conditioning unit, especially if you don’t wantRead More
Summer is right around the corner, and that means sunshine, no school, and days spent by the pool. However, it can also mean an increase in the cost of your utility bills, as your air conditioning unit has to work harder to keep your home cool despite rising temperatures outside. Fortunately, there are some waysRead More
With summer nearing closer, it’s important to start thinking about your AC unit, especially when it comes to safety. Your cooling system can be a tremendous asset during hot months, but it can also be just as dangerous to you and your family. Did you know 15% of consumer electrocutions happened when someone tried toRead More
Drain care doesn’t seem like the most fun household chore, but it’s extremely important. Taking good care of your drainage system and taking a few simple steps to prevent drain clogs from happening in the first place is much easier and less expensive than dealing with issues that require a professional plumber later on. TheRead More
Your home’s electrical wiring will typically last a very long time. After all, it is meant to be durable. Since it’s something that can remain in good condition for years, most people don’t notice it needs replacing until something goes wrong. But how do you know something has gone wrong with your home’s electrical wiring?Read More
You can hear the tell-tale shuffling during the cold winter months: your furnace is on its last leg. Whether you’ve had your furnace for years or repairs simply aren’t enough anymore, getting a new furnace can make your home more comfortable. But because heating systems have a long life cycle, it’s probably been a whileRead More
If your HVAC system works around the clock to keep your house warm or cool, the energy bills are going to cost you a lot of money. To save energy, you need to make sure that your house is sealed from all corners so that no air escapes. Generally, small leaks might not feel likeRead More
When it comes to your home, having a working heating and cooling system is essential. HVAC systems help provide you with comfortable living conditions throughout the year, whether that means providing you cool air during the summer or warm air during the winter. Your thermostat is a vital part of your HVAC system, which isRead More