Blog Optimal Thermostat Settings For Your Home Sep 2, 2020 Finding the optimal thermostat settings for your home won’t just make it feel more comfortable, but it will also save on your energy bill. Read More Dishwasher Tips to Increase Efficiency Aug 24, 2020 Dishwasher efficiency recommendations can be broad, but here are a few key steps in extending the life of your appliance. Read More Can I Drink Water Straight From the Tap? Aug 17, 2020 Is tap water safe to drink in many parts of Michigan? Yes, for the most part it is safe to drink tap water without risks to your health. Read More What to Do When Your Upstairs Won’t Cool Down Aug 6, 2020 Learning how to cool down upstairs doesn’t require blasting your AC to maximum levels, but involves adapting to Mother Nature and the sun. Read More Do Your Ducts Need Cleaning? Jul 24, 2020 As you work to keep the air you breathe the best it can be, it's a good idea to start thinking if you need a duct cleaning. Read More Unclog and Protect Your Shower Drain Jul 14, 2020 Nobody wants to stand in grimy water at the base of the tub. A clogged shower drain will cause this to happen, leaving your feet stuck in the muck. Read More A Mini-Split AC Might Be Right For Your Home Jul 2, 2020 A ductless HVAC system, also called mini-split systems, are energy and cost efficient ways to make your home more comfortable. Read More Ways to Ventilate Your Garage Jun 25, 2020 Without proper garage ventilation, fumes and chemicals from your vehicle or other machinery could cause harm to you or your family. Read More Benefits of Screen Doors and Windows Jun 15, 2020 With a screen door and screen window, you can allow great airflow through your home, while keeping out most pests and dust. Read More The Importance of Choosing the Right Caulk Jun 9, 2020 Caulk has numerous functions that help protect your home and building materials, but applying caulk is not something that every homeowner has done before. Read More Be Smart With Your Heating and Cooling This Spring May 23, 2020 May is an odd transitory phase for both the weather and your indoor spring heating and cooling. One week it could 80 degrees and the next, snow. Read More What is Causing Your Low Water Pressure? May 15, 2020 Low water pressure is more than just an inconvenience to you and your family. Depending on the cause, you may need to call your local water department. Read More « Previous 1 2 3 4 5 … 8 Next » Request an Estimate Schedule your appointment to receive a free estimate today. Request an Estimate Join Our Newsletter Thanks for signing up! Name Email Subscribe Join Our Newsletter Thanks for signing up! Name Email Subscribe Request an Estimate Schedule your appointment to receive a free estimate today. Request an Estimate Quality Brands Proud to recommend Ruud products.