Thanksgiving – Safety Tips and Interesting Facts!

brad Holiday

Tomorrow is a time of giving thanks and enjoying the company of friends and family. It’s a time of getting together to cook (and devour) fantastic food, make conversation and watch some football. The calm before the storm. The calm before the storm. With so many cars on the road and people moving about the house, it’s more important than ever to be safe! Here are a few safety tips to ensure that you and your loved ones have a …

Case Study: The Forlorn Water Heater

brad Plumbing, Water Heaters

It’s time for a case study! Today, we’re going to stress the importance of how a little maintenance can go a long way, and how failing to do so can have dangerous consequences… Let’s investigate the case of the forlorn water heater. Our technicians received a call about a water heater that had burst into flames. Now, this isn’t an everyday occurrence. Right away, our team of master plumbers were on the scene and ready to deduce what had happened.

LED Lighting – Make the Switch Before You Flip the Switch!

brad Electrical, Going Green, Uncategorized

“A penny saved is a penny earned.” We all like saving money – we use coupons, opt for membership rewards, and embrace the DIY mentality. But sometimes it’s hard to spot the opportunities to save those precious pennies. One of the best long-term investments you can make both to your house and your wallet is to go green – and that’s why we’re going to talk about what you can do to cut down on your electric bill with LED …

Considering New Waterlines? Go Trenchless with PEX Pipes

brad Direct Bore Waterlines, Plumbing, Uncategorized

With temperatures gradually getting closer to freezing, your home’s waterlines could be at risk of bursting. Our first recommendation is always to leave your faucets dripping to allow water to escape before pressure builds up to the point where the pipes burst. For most houses, their waterlines are typically using copper pipes. Copper is, without a doubt, the best choice in terms of longevity. It’s been used in plumbing system for almost 100 years now. While copper pipes can be …

How Plants Can Enhance Your Air Quality

brad Going Green, Plants

Back in June, we posted a blog about indoor air quality and steps you can take to improve it. If you’re looking to aggressively tackle the situation, HEP can definitely provide a variety of options – from efficient air filters all the way to units such as the Trane CleanEffects or REME HALO. For more information regarding these units, please refer to the aforementioned blog post or call HEP today to speak to one of our customer service representatives. What …