We’ve got a cool trick for you that will help simplify your cleaning chores. Just head over to your thermostat and switch your fan setting to “ON”.
A residential boiler repair in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area can cost anywhere from $199 to over $1,000.
“Popcorn” noises are the last thing you’d expect to hear from your water heater.
Your pipes’ life expectancy depends on the type of pipe you have. Learn how to tell what kind of pipe you have and how long it will last...
The $4 mistake? A dirty air filter (The cost of a replacement furnace filter costs around $4).
Struggling with a basement that won’t stay warm? Here are 4 ways to keep your basement heated through the winter.
Ahh, Minnesota winters—the time of year when you’re zapped by static electricity at least 10 times before leaving your home in the morning.
It costs anywhere from $4669 - $5689 to install a heat pump in Minnesota—with the average homeowner spending around $5009. Here are the factors that affect cost.