Wednesday, March 13th, 2019

There are many reasons why you might need a new HVAC system. Your old system could be outdated, malfunctioning, or inefficient. You may not even be aware that a new HVAC system is necessary. Whether you need a heater, air conditioner, or both, it is helpful to understand how these systems work before choosing the right one for your home.

Friday, March 8th, 2019
Tips for commercial plumbing maintenance with allen's tri-state in amarillo, Texas

When you think of a plumbing inspection, you may imagine a plumber making sure everything is in good shape before you buy a property. But, you should have plumbing inspections done regularly, not just when you buy a building. The plumber should have a checklist of items to inspect, including components like the pipes and fixtures throughout the building.

Wednesday, February 27th, 2019
HVAC and refrigeration services in Amarillo

Every HVAC system needs regular maintenance and inspections, including large commercial systems. Taking care of your equipment ensures that your property stays comfortable and that your tenants and customers are happy. The following are some basic tips for maintaining your commercial HVAC system.

Friday, February 22nd, 2019
the benefits of industrial boiler maintenance with allen's tri-state mechanical

Industrial boilers require knowledge and expertise to manage, repair, and install. Although you should trust your expert boiler technicians to handle most of the work for you, it is good to be in the loop about your equipment. The following are some little known facts about boilers that you may not have heard.

Friday, February 15th, 2019
residential plumbing, issues that drain cleaning can help fix

Your property has two kinds of plumbing. The first is the plumbing that runs throughout your home, bringing water into various rooms and carrying used water out. Outside of your home is the larger sewer line that carries the used water away from your home and deposits it into the municipal line. Unlike your home’s plumbing, the sewer line is located underground and is susceptible to corrosion from outdoor sources. This post will go over the issues you can expect to deal with and you can do about it.

Tuesday, February 5th, 2019
residential HVAC services

New HVAC systems are better choices than their older counterparts for efficiency, improved air quality, cost, ease-of-repair, and operation. In short, getting a new HVAC is a great way to improve the value and livability of your home. But, installing an HVAC system is a big job. It could be (relatively) simple and need just installing a new unit, or it could be more involved. You should hire an expert to install your HVAC in either scenario. The last thing you or your family needs is a malfunctioning heater or air conditioner because it wasn’t installed by a professional.

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019

There are advantages and disadvantages to buying an older home. These are often more affordable and come with a lot of character. There is also a good chance the home has already been modified or was a custom home. But, older homes can also have more issues because they have gone through years of normal wear and tear of use. If you own an older home or are considering buying one, it is important to know the signs of worn out plumbing and when replacement is needed.

Wednesday, January 16th, 2019
upgrading your commercial HVAC system

Your commercial HVAC is one of the most important pieces of equipment to the operation of your business, whether you have a small retail space or large office. If your customers are forced to shop in a cold or extremely hot place, your business will quickly become known as an unpleasant place. Also, your employees can’t focus on working if they are constantly trying to stay warm or cool. A reliable HVAC system is a critical but often underappreciated component of running a business. This post will go over the most common issues your commercial HVAC system could face and how to deal with them.

Wednesday, January 9th, 2019
water backing up into bathtub plumbing repair Amarillo, Texas

If you have noticed water backing up into your bathtub, you probably know something isn’t quite right. The water can come from a few places, like your kitchen sink, washing machine, and even toilet. Plumbing drains for these fixtures are usually small in size and lead to larger main lines and eventually the sewer line. The following can help you know if you may have a clog and what you can do about it.