FREEZING TEMPERATURES & YOUR home
When the temperature drops outside, you should take measures to prevent your water lines from freezing and breaking. Interior water lines can freeze even if you are heating your home normally. Even boiler lines can freeze and break in extreme temps.
Keep vents clear of snow and ice to keep your furnace and water heater running properly. Blocked venting can cause deadly carbon monoxide to build up in your home. Gently remove snow and ice from vents. Also keep your gas, electric and water meters clear. Every home with a fuel burning appliance or heating source should have at least one CO detector.
Experienced service technicians are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To contact an on-call technician after hours simply call our phone number (517) 265-1389 and follow the prompts to leave an emergency request. Our technician will respond quickly to your needs.
Do you own a tankless water heater?
Unlike traditional tank style water heaters, tankless water heaters require some periodic maintenance.
Most tankless water heater manufacturers recommend de-scaling your heater yearly to keep the heat exchanger working properly.
We are running our annual special on tankless water heater cleanings. This cleaning process removes scale and lime build-up from inside your unit, and is called de-scaling. De-scaling is vital to maintaining the efficiency and health of your tankless water heater.
Take advantage of this special offer until Feb 28th, 2019. Cannot be combined with any other discounts or specials.
Is tankless right for you?
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Longer Life Span
Is it time to upgrade that old tub or shower?
Step into your new shower safely with our low threshold showers from Sterling. Sterling showers inlcude features friendly to ADA requirements such as structurally reinforced grab bars, easy to reach shelves and low profile thresholds for easy wheelchair access. Some models even include seats which can be moved to either end or removed completely when not in use.
Replacing your furnace, boiler, air conditioner or plumbing remodel?