How Long Should Your Hot Water Heater Last?

Depending on the internal quality of parts in water heater and whether you have followed maintenance schedule of draining and flushing the tank every year.  You can expect a hot water heater to last between 8 to12 years

Water heater problems normally become self-evident: A hot water faucet fails to summon hot water, you see dripping or puddles near the water heater, or the tank emits strange gurgling or popping sounds. These are a few warning signs telling you when your hot water heater needs replacing. Read more »

Does your heating system need a tune-up?

When winter falls on Texas, it’s important to ensure your heating system can handle it. It’s time to schedule your residential or commercial heating system tune-up.

Similar to getting routine oil changes and tire rotations for your car, your heating system is a machine that needs to be maintained in order to run properly. For your heating system to function properly, you should schedule a routine tune-up service once a year to reduce utility costs and to extend the life of your heating system. It’s best to schedule a tune-up prior to significant weather changes, like fall to winter. Read more »

Reduce your Winter Heating Bills

Jack Frost is nipping at your wallet: prices to keep your home warm this winter will be higher. In some areas, it will approach up to $200 more than last year.

Forecasters have determined that Texasers will be seeing winter conditions very similar to last year, including below-freezing temperatures and massive snowstorms.  So, why is it that even though the weather conditions will be similar, the amount of your heating bill won’t be? Read more »