For years, plumbers have used cable machines (commonly called an ‘auger’ or ‘snake’) to unclog blocked pipes. Cable equipment is very effective at restoring flow, however snaking a clogged drain can leave debris on the sidewalls of your line. That buildup can mean difficulty getting the line clear or additional visits by your plumbing expert. … Read more
Keep your home safe from water damage all winter with these tips from the experts! The colder it gets outside, the higher the risk of pipes in your home freezing and bursting–possibly causing thousands in property damage. The highest risk is to the pipes in unheated areas of your home, such as the garage, the … Read more
1. Why would I need a sump pump? A sump pump is a good idea if the area under your house is prone to flooding, or if your basement often smells damp and musty. Not only would a sump pump protect your home and your belongings from water damage and mold, but it would also … Read more
Every drain pipe in your house leads to the biggest and most crucial piece of plumbing in any building: the main sewer line. All of the water from your sinks, toilets, showers, laundry, all of it ends up in the city sewer system via your main sewer line, which means a clog can cause big … Read more
Midwesterners have come to expect the dry skin, warped wood, and increased static shocks we endure every winter. The colder the day, the worse these problems get, as the process of heating our homes removes moisture from the air moving through our ductwork and into every room of our homes. Many of us will choose … Read more
Is your furnace sounding a bit spooky? Looking a bit spooky? Smelling a bit spooky? It’s not because Halloween is just around the corner, it’s because your furnace is in need of a professional tune-up. If this sounds like your system, read on to learn more about these spooky furnace frights. Many of us suffer … Read more
Your home’s indoor air quality is something you may have never thought about before but should be something you evaluate every year. Poor indoor air quality can cause various health issues like headaches, nausea, skin irritations, difficulty breathing and more. HVAC manufacturers have been developing new technologies to help improve a home’s air quality over the past couple of decades, but many homes still do not have an air quality system.
By Heather Mansell Let us tune-up or quote you on a new air-conditioning unit now, before the rush. Protect your investment by scheduling a Full Nelson HVAC technician to your home for an inspection of your air-conditioning system. Don’t wait for your cooling to fail during the busy season, get a jump on any unforeseen issues … Read more