October 29th, 2018
When it comes time to replace your heater, there are many options to consider. If you’ve never put much thought into heating systems before, you most likely own a furnace—it’s a common choice and requires a hassle-free installation. However, you could be missing out on one of the best heating systems out there: the boiler.
We’ll tell you what you can expect from a brand new boiler, and why you might consider getting one.
October 15th, 2018
If you’re reading this article because you suspect it’s time for a new boiler, we can’t blame you—boilers are great heaters. They have a good record as long-lasting and efficient heaters, meaning they’ll rarely break due to having fewer moving parts.
But that doesn’t mean they’re invincible. In this post, we’ll get down to what you need to pay attention to if you think it’s time for a boiler replacement.
October 1st, 2018
We’re officially in the first weeks of the fall season, and that means gradually lowering temperatures. It begins with colder nights, and before long, the days will be cold too! I’m shivering just thinking about it. So why would we want to think about air conditioners at a time like this?
After all, we just got done with summer! Well, you can just think of us as being early for next year. There are a few good reasons why now is a good time to think about air conditioning, and we’ll go into more details down below.
September 17th, 2018
If you have a plumbing leak, then you need to get it fixed! That much is obvious, but what are you supposed to do in the meantime? Are there certain things to take into consideration before handling a leak? We’ll hopefully be able to answer some of the questions for you below.
September 3rd, 2018
Standard air conditioners and heat pumps work thanks to a little chemical known as refrigerant. You may have heard the term in passing while speaking to an HVAC contractor in Albuquerque, NM, or maybe you’ve heard it casually referred to as Freon (which is actually a trademarked brand name). Several air conditioning misconceptions concern what refrigerant is and what it does, so we’ll break it down for you in this post.
August 20th, 2018
Although most homeowners would never mistake their garbage disposal for a trash can, that’s sometimes what happens unintentionally. It’s not so much that people think garbage disposals are indestructible, it’s more that the garbage disposal has a few weaknesses most people wouldn’t anticipate.
Likewise, anything that the garbage disposal has trouble with won’t end well for the drain itself, either. Nearly anything you wouldn’t put through the disposal shouldn’t be put through the drain, and vice versa.
The best way to tell you how to treat your disposal and drain is simply by telling you what you shouldn’t do, so here’s a list of things you should never put in your garbage disposal.
August 6th, 2018
If you had a problem with your main water line, would you know it?
Possibly not, since it’s buried underneath your home. Another place that can give you any indication of a main water line problem is possibly in the worst place:
Your water bill.
But that doesn’t mean there aren’t other ways to find out, if you know what to look for. In this post, we’ll go over a few symptoms of water line problems that can help you save hundreds of dollars in the long-run.
July 23rd, 2018
Among the factors that determine the quality of your water, one of them is the region you live in. Unless you have a water filtration system, the city can only do so much to purify your water before it gets to your home. New Mexico happens to be one of the states with the hardest water in the nation.
So how does this tie into your water heater? Minerals, whether they tend to corrode or buildup, both have the ability to damage your water heater if not treated with routine maintenance. We’ll look at just a few examples of how corrosion and sediments can be cause enough for concern to call a Toas plumbing service.
July 9th, 2018
Is your air conditioner giving you problems? No one should have to put up with that in the middle of a New Mexico summer.
AC problems are even worse in commercial settings, where the productivity of your employees and the comfort of your customers is at stake. If your AC stopped working, make sure to call for HVAC services in Santa Fe, NM. Otherwise, take a look below to consider if you’re experiencing any of these common AC issues.
June 25th, 2018
When it comes to HVAC work, you can’t settle on DIY care. With professionalism comes experience, and experience brings the knowledge and know-how to work with any kind of problem.
A good HVAC contractor can work with any brand or system, and their work will always be complete and thorough. When it comes to your air conditioning needs, an HVAC contractor in Albuquerque, NM simply can’t be beat.
Below are just a few reasons to let a contractor handle the job for you.