Posts in the Heating Category

The Importance Of The Air Quality In Your Home

In general, most homeowners don’t give very much thought to the quality of the air they breathe inside their homes. People usually only think that outdoor air can be polluted. But, your indoor air has a significant impact on your health and well-being. Clean air in your home shouldn’t be taken for granted. It is […]

REME HALO® Technology – Impact on Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The following is a Technical Bulletin Provided by RGF Environmental Group, Inc. Manufacturers of the REME Halo® UV Air Filtration System Read The Latest Updates on REME HALO® and COVID-19 RGF® Environmental Group Reports Study on SARS-CoV-2 Neutralization by REME HALO® (PDF) » RGF® Environmental Group Study: REME HALO® Inactivates SARS-CoV-2 by 99.9% (PDF) » […]

Solar Powered Homes Aren’t Rare Anymore

When most people think of Texas, they think of our rich history of cowboys and longhorns, the wild west and the oil fields. But since those early days, we’ve grown to be one of the biggest and populous states, which uses a lot of resources. But, we’ve also largely ignored a fantastic natural resource – […]

Abacus Featured on ABC Eyewitness News: Is Your Home Winter Weather Ready?

‘Tis the season to get your home prepared. That’s why Gina Brown is taking precautions now, before it’s too late. “We have had problems in the past, not with heating but with bursting pipes and things like that,” Brown said. Whether you’re hiring a pro, or doing it yourself, there are a few things you […]

Heating System Repairs – Don’t be left out in the cold

Regardless of whether a furnace burns oil, gas, or is electric, it will age and wear. At some point in its lifetime, a furnace will require furnace repair or replacement. Even if you don’t use your furnace for many months out of the year, winter weather can be dangerous if temperatures drop quickly. Furnaces need to be in […]

Fall Into Autumn by Preparing Your Home’s Plumbing System

Were you aware that fall is already upon us? That’s right. The first official day of Autumn is September 22. Although we rarely experience extreme cold in the Houston area, it is still a good idea to prepare your home for the change in seasons. Be sure to install covers on all outside faucets to […]

Winterize Your House for Cold Temperatures

The busy holidays are approaching along with cooler temperatures. Although you are excited about preparing for the season’s festivities, you don’t want to forget about preparing your home for possible plumbing issues. This is especially important if you are planning to leave your home for an extended period of time. You’ll want to set the thermostat at […]