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Monday, 15 December 2014 00:00

10 Tips to Conserve Energy On Your Heating

Winter is one of the harshest times of the year, not only because of the cold weather, but because of the stress on your wallet! Everyone has their heat pumping overtime, so wouldn’t it be great to find some way to stay warm without breaking the bank? Here are 10 easy tips to save energy and money on your heating this season with these energy saving tips.

Published in Heating
Thursday, 10 April 2014 00:00

From Buildup to Breakdown

If you own a house you probably own a water heater. If you’re like most home owners, you probably don’t spend much time thinking about the water heater until, one morning, you go to take a shower and there’s no hot water. Then you probably think about it a lot. Despite their almost constant use all day, every day, water heaters generally stay maintenance free for years with average water heaters lasting 8-12 years. The water heater is one of the most critical parts of a home heating system. Some homeowners, however, may not realize the importance of keeping their system clean on a regular basis. Cleaning the hot water system is a critical part of maintaining the unit. Potential problems can include:

Published in Plumbing
Friday, 07 March 2014 00:00

Winter Heating Tips

When temperatures drop to freezing lows, heating and plumbing problems are very common.  There are many things that homeowners can do to prevent these problems that have the potential to cause severe damage to your home.

Published in Heating
Tuesday, 07 January 2014 20:32

What Does Quality Mean To You?

Being the Quality Assurance Manager here at MacGregor for the last few years has been very interesting, to say the least.  What do MacGregor customers expect when we come out to do a job for them?  What do we at MacGregor expect of ourselves as far as the level of quality when we are on a job?  I would like to think that we expect more than the customer does, and that we live that philosophy every day on every job, in everything we do.
Published in Heating
Thursday, 05 December 2013 19:52

To repair or replace… that’s the question.

A good furnace should last for 10-15 years. But when the old girl is getting too aged to hum, maybe it’s time to start thinking about investing in a new furnace. How do you know when the time is right?

Published in Heating
Monday, 16 September 2013 00:00

The Power Of Geothermal Heating And Cooling


What’s Buried In Your Yard?

            Some people look at their lawn and see a source of pride. A place for children and pets to run and play. A place to hold picnics, practice putting and entertain friends. Or a place that needs mowing, trimming and weeding. But how many people think of their lawn as a constant, renewable source of heating and cooling for their home?

            With a geothermal heating and cooling system, your lawn becomes a permanent power plant for your home. You’ll enjoy the benefits of the most comfortable, reliable, energy and cost effective heating, cooling and water heating system available on the market today.

Published in Heating
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What Your Neighbors Are Saying...

  • "John followed up to a previous visit. He promised to service and flush our water heater. For this follow up visit this past Monday 6/15/20, he arrived on time and quickly went to work. He not only flushed the water heater but also replaced the elements that were in bad shape. John was professional and extremely responsive and did an excellent job! " Read More
    – Timothy Manning
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