If you’re a homeowner, you’ve likely heard people extol the virtues of a constantly running HVAC fan. On the other hand, many others will tell you to steer clear of 24/7 fan use. With vast differences in opinion, you’re probably wondering what the best option really is. Let’s shed some light on the pros andRead 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.
If you have additional questions for our experienced plumbers, electricians and HVAC contractors, call or contact us today! We’re available 24/7 to answer your questions and address your concerns.
Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are easy to ignore, but it’s important to be aware of any issues that are occurring with your home’s heating and cooling, so you can ensure proper replacement once the systems become old or damaged. Regular preventive maintenance (recommended biannually) throughout the lifespan of an HVAC system extendsRead More
Nothing can ruin your day quite like repeated circuit breaker trips or a mysteriously dark lightbulb. Instead of watching your favorite show or reading a new book, you spend your evening poking around a circuit breaker box with your smartphone flashlight, trying to diagnose and fix some electrical issue without receiving a nasty shock…literally. We’veRead More
Perhaps one of the most overlooked parts of owning a commercial property is its plumbing. In fact, plumbing in any building can be easy to ignore until something goes wrong. It may be a small leak here, or a strange smell coming from the bathroom. And if something goes horribly wrong, you may become facedRead More
The professional plumbers at Megee Plumbing & Heating have certainly seen a lot of serious problems in homes. Slow drips can become huge floods, loose pipes can break, and even dependable toilets can overflow. You may be surprised to learn, then, that many plumbing issues can be solved with just a bit of knowledge andRead More
Most people don’t think about their home’s plumbing system very often—after all, if all is working as it should be, you shouldn’t have to. However, it’s important to keep an eye open for issues indicating a possible clog in your main sewer line. That particular piece of plumbing is the most important in your homeRead More
Heating and cooling systems are one of those things that you take for granted until you don’t have it anymore. Anyone who’s ever had an air conditioning unit stop working in the middle of August knows how much of a difference it makes to have a reliable HVAC system in place in your home. PerformingRead More
Today’s homes often feature the latest and greatest technology: smart TVs, smart light switches, even smart refrigerators. It’s important to homeowners to have modern appliances in their houses, and if you’ve lived in your home for more than a few years, odds are that you’ve replaced a few things, such as floors, dishwashers, or lightRead More
Most of us don’t consciously think about our home’s plumbing on a daily basis. We do our thing and expect the water and pipes to do theirs. But not properly maintaining your plumbing systems can lead to disastrous consequences and pricey repairs. Plumbing is subject to daily wear just like everything else in your home.Read More
Most of us are familiar with mold, whether it appears on our bread or in the tub. But what exactly is it? Mold is a fungus that grows best in dark, damp places. It can occur almost anywhere but is commonly found in structural foundations, cabinets where drainage pipes exist, and in bathrooms where consistentRead More