Tag: Nebrasky Plumbing Heating and Cooling

Furnace Safety Tips for the Winter Season

In the midst of the cold winter months, our furnaces do an excellent job of keeping us warm and cozy. However, just like any appliance, there are some safety precautions that should be followed to avoid a hazardous situation or a costly repair. 1. Schedule an annual check-up. An annual inspection by a trusted professional … Continue reading

Prep Your Home for a Winter Vacation

With chilly temperatures throughout the region, many people make plans to escape and find warmer weather. Whether your big trip is in a few weeks or a few months, make sure you plan ahead to prevent a plumbing or HVAC emergency while you’re away. There’s nothing worse than coming home from a relaxing vacation to … Continue reading

DRAFTY HOME? TRY CAULKING YOUR WINDOWS.

Have you been noticing a drafty breeze in your home lately? With cooling temperatures throughout the Hudson Valley, you’ll want to ensure that your home is in top shape for heating season. Autumn is an ideal time to caulk your windows to prepare for the winter ahead, as caulk adheres best to warmer temperatures (above … Continue reading

WHEN TO DO IT YOURSELF VS. WHEN TO CALL A PROFESSIONAL PLUMBER

Some common plumbing issues within your home might seem like a simple fix, and most homeowners are accustomed to handling occasional DIY repairs. Therefore, it can be tough to decide whether to give your plumber a call or to attempt to fix the problem on your own. By attempting to tackle a plumbing problem yourself, … Continue reading

WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN AN HVAC SYSTEM WHEN BUYING YOUR FIRST HOME

Buying your first home is not only a milestone in your life, but also an investment in your future. With the excitement involved in shopping for a first home, it is easy to neglect important factors, such as the home’s heating and cooling system. Most renters are not familiar with HVAC issues, which are usually … Continue reading

FIX A WEAK FLUSHING TOILET AND AVOID FUTURE CLOGS

A weak flushing toilet is quite an annoyance for homeowners and one that often leads to frequent clogs. Clogged toilets are not only disruptive but are also a health hazard to you and your family. Additionally, clogs are a big waste of water (Older toilets can use 3.5, 5, or even up to 7 gallons … Continue reading

ENERGY-SAVING TIPS FOR THE FALL SEASON

With autumn on its way, now is the perfect time to think about the ways that you can preserve energy during the cool months ahead. With a little TLC and at little to no expense, you can ensure maximum energy and financial savings for the fall season! Here are some handy, energy-saving tips: • Did … Continue reading

WHY ISN’T THE WATER IN MY SHOWER WARMING UP?

A cool shower may feel refreshing on a hot summer day – but with autumn approaching, you’ve got a big problem on your hands if your shower water isn’t warming up! Before you call a professional to resolve the issue, there are several steps you can take to find out why your shower water isn’t … Continue reading

END OF SUMMER HVAC CHECKLIST

It’s hard to believe that it is already mid-August! Parents are getting their children ready for back to school, with some preparing to leave home for the first time. Now is the perfect time to prepare your HVAC system for the fall. Our end of summer maintenance checklist will keep your home in top shape! … Continue reading

IS A DUCTLESS AIR CONDITIONING UNIT RIGHT FOR ME?

Have you had enough of the summer heat? Ductless air conditioning systems can be a great option for adding permanent air conditioning to a living space that does not have duct-work installed. Ductless systems have two main components: an outdoor compressor and condenser and an indoor air-handling unit. Advantages of a Ductless System • Small … Continue reading