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Unless you happen to live in the North Pole, there’s a good chance you’re going to make use of your AC unit in the coming months. Even when it’s not being used, you should think about its health. Vander Hyde Services suggests that you check you AC every spring to make sure it’ll be ready […]

By Brian Renadette

There’s a good chance your furnace is overworking itself to keep you warm this winter, which means it may need a few repairs before spring is here. The last thing you want is a broken heating system while it’s still below freezing outside in Grand Rapids. Without the proper maintenance and occasional repair however, your […]

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When is the last time you thought about your furnace’s health? If you’re like most people in the Grand Rapids, MI area the answer to that question is never- until it starts malfunctioning. If your furnace is still under 10 years old, you most likely would not want to invest in a replacement already. With […]

By Dan Burrows

When frigid weather hits Grand Rapids, MI, you don’t want to be without heat in your home. As boilers age, they start to show signs of wear and tear. If your system is older, or you cannot recall when it was installed, it might be time to get a boiler replacement. 8 signs your boiler might […]

By Dan Burrows

During winter, your furnace becomes one of the most important components in your home. Because you rely on it to heat your home, it needs to run properly and efficiently. If your furnace hasn’t been tuned-up in a while or professionally maintained throughout the years, you run the risk of wasting energy, harmful emissions, or […]

By Dan Burrows

May 21 2018 Domestic plumbing should be kept as silent as possible. Noises arising from your plumbing system can be disturbing, but they may not necessarily mean something is seriously wrong with it. Several reasons cited to cause noise in pipes are discussed below. Hydraulic shock Commonly referred by experts as water hammer effect, the phenomenon is […]

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