Are you melting into your floorboards every time that summer rolls around? What about experiencing leaks during summer thunderstorms? It could be time to consider contacting a plumber or an HVAC specialist.

Water filtration and HVAC systems go hand in hand. Though many people may just be considering the addition of air conditioning to their HVAC system, it’s just as important to address leaks, no matter how minor, and keep your existing system in tip-top shape. Summer is a perfect time to address these needs to be cool and comfortable while preparing for any unexpected heat waves or intense thunderstorms.

Plumbing and air conditioning are two important parts of your home or business that may become even more critical during the summer months.

Here are some reasons to consider updating your plumbing or installing a water filtration and HVAC system.

You live in one of the hottest parts of the U.S.

Find yourself vacationing or living in the South? The heat here can be even more intense than in other parts of the country. In fact, 67% of central air conditioning is used consistently throughout the summer months.

You have air conditioning but your energy bill is through the roof.

HVAC systems have come a long way in the last 30 years. Today’s air conditioners use only 50% of the energy they did in 1990. That could mean big savings on your bill!

Your air conditioning is up to date but your water bill is high.

Did you know a family can waste 180 gallons of water a week (9,400 gallons annually) from household leaks? That’s enough to wash 300 loads of laundry! Fixing those simple leaks could help save money and water.

You’re ready to try some cool new technology in the name of savings.

Tankless water heaters are a perfect (and cool!) way to give your water system the update it needs. Newer tankless water heaters use 30%-50% less energy than previous conventional units.

If your HVAC system is out of date or just no longer meeting your needs, it’s time to find some quality HVAC services from a professional. Worth the call. Always.