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What is Your Air Conditioner Trying To Tell You?

Spring officially kicks off next week and the temps are rising out there. You’ll be needing your air conditioner sooner rather than later and it’s time to make sure everything is in order. The time has come to ask yourself, “what was my AC trying to tell me at the end of last summer?” Clicking [...]

Tips for Avoiding Frozen Pipes

As the winter months roll in and the coldest time of the year is now upon us, frozen pipes quickly become a larger concern. This is one of the easiest ways to run up a huge plumbing bill, and could create issues that linger in your home for a lengthy period of time. At Action [...]

December 29th, 2016|Energy Efficiency, plumbing, utah plumbing|0 Comments

Baby, It’s Cold Outside! Here’s How to Beat the Chill Outside

If you’re feeling like you’re going to freeze out there, and the snow is up to your knees out there, you’re not alone. We’ve seen steady snowfall all December long, and temperatures ranging from the 40s all the way down to the single digits. Take a reprieve from feeling so chilly and warm up with [...]

December 15th, 2016|Energy Efficiency, Furnace, Heating, Home Safety, Utah Heating|0 Comments

Three Quick Ways to Prep Your Home for Holiday Guests

The holidays are often synonymous with lots of out of town guests and family members visiting. If these guests are taking up residence in your home, you’ll want to make sure you’re extra prepared for them. Happy guests lead to happier holidays! Read through our quick checklist to prep your home and ensure your holiday [...]

December 7th, 2016|Electrical, Energy Efficiency, Furnace, Heating, Home Safety|0 Comments

Gas, Electric, or Wood Burning Fireplace?

Fireplaces and the holidays go hand in hand. They’re cozy and warm, and can truly make a house feel like a home. But which kind of fireplace is right for you? Gas, electric, and wood burning fireplaces all have their own pros and cons. Read through our costs and benefits of each to help determine [...]

November 9th, 2016|Energy Efficiency, Heating, Utah Heating|0 Comments

What are the Biggest Energy Eating Culprits?

Many dread the arrival of the electricity bill. It seem that residential electricity prices rise and fall from moment to moment, often creating unreasonably high bills. Although you make every effort to turn everything off when you leave a room, some of your devices can continue to drain energy from your home long after you [...]

October 21st, 2016|Electrical, Energy Efficiency, Home Safety, Insulation|0 Comments

The Ultimate October Checklist

October is just around the corner which means Fall is officially here. Bid farewell to lemonade on the patio and say hello to sweater weather and pumpkin spice lattes! Fall is the perfect time to settle into the new school year, prepare for the winter and enjoy the time we have before the snow hits the [...]

September 29th, 2016|Electrical, Energy Efficiency, Furnace, Heating, Home Safety|0 Comments

The Benefits of an Early Season Furnace Tune-Up

This is the season when we often feel most thankful. The year is wrapping up and we look back on where we’ve been and where we’re heading next. We give thanks for family and friends over delicious meals, acknowledge the roofs over our heads, the warmth in our homes, and the health of our families. [...]

September 23rd, 2016|Energy Efficiency, Furnace, Heating, Home Safety, Utah Heating|1 Comment

Fall Furnace Checklist

Don’t get caught in the lurch this winter. The weather is already turning crisp and we’ve experienced a few chilly nights, so fall is officially warning us to get our heating needs in check. Make sure you heed this warning and get ahead of any furnace issues you may face in December or January. Go [...]

September 15th, 2016|Energy Efficiency, Furnace, Heating, Utah Heating|0 Comments

Top Reasons Why You Need a Water Filtration System

Many homeowners wonder if a water filtration system is worth the price or if it's an unnecessary luxury. Since the human body needs roughly 8 glasses of water per day, it's important to make sure your water source is free of harmful contaminants. Here are the top reasons why every homeowner should have a water [...]

September 7th, 2016|Energy Efficiency, plumbing, utah plumbing, water|0 Comments