Seven Tips to Ensure Your Furnace is Ready for Winter

No one wants to experience problems with their home’s HVAC system when it’s needed most. That’s why heating and air conditioning professionals, as well as consumer advocates, routinely recommend home heating systems be inspected and serviced before the cold weather...

Types of Water Heaters

A water heater is a water heater, is a water heater, or is it? Water heater technologies continue to evolve giving us more choices, so we’re visiting with Sam McMullan from Boulden Brothers to find out which kind of water heater is best for you. Transcript: Hey...

Bouldenizations

You’re not ready for summer until your home is Bouldenized. You’ve seen that on our website. You’ve heard it on our radio ads, but what is it mean when Boulden Brothers says you should be Bouldenized? Sam McMullen from Boulden Brothers joins us to...

Mini-Split Ductless AC Systems

When you think of AC, you think of an outside unit next to your house and ducts and another one inside distributing cool around your home. Now ductless technology gives you amazing flexibility and to learn more about it we’re visiting with Sam McMullan from...

Why Furnaces Are Red-Tagged, and What to Do about It

If a furnace is red-tagged, that means it’s unsafe to operate. A qualified professional (like one of our technicians or someone from the utility company) will apply the tag if they encounter unsafe operating conditions. Aside from applying the red tag, the technician...

The Dangers of Carbon Monoxide

Carbon monoxide is an odorless, invisible gas formed as a byproduct of combustion. Things like cars, trucks, small engines, gas ranges, furnaces, grills, or gas/wood fireplaces all put out varying amounts of carbon monoxide. Unlike natural gas or propane, which has an...