New Year, New Savings: Why You Should Upgrade Your Heating System

Many of us vow to manage our finances better in the new year. Whether it’s budging better, saving more for a rainy day, or trying to lower overall expenses, there’s always room for financial improvement. As you evaluate your expected wants and needs for the new year, you should consider home improvements that can lower your overall expenses. If you install a high-efficiency heating system, you can minimize energy bill costs, experience less frequent breakdowns, add to your home value, and more! In this article, the experts at Guin Service discuss the top 5 reasons you should consider upgrading your home’s heating system and how it can save you money in the future. Keep on reading to discover how to […]

Top 5 Ways to Boost Indoor Air Quality This Winter

Many of us seek solace from the freezing temperatures by locking the windows and cranking up the heat inside our homes. While this can mean special family time and fun nights around the fireplace, your indoor air quality may suffer from the lack of outdoor circulation. As you prepare to spend more time indoors, consider how to boost your indoor air quality to avoid any allergies, respiratory issues, and other ailments that come along with poor air quality. From cleaning your air filters to vacuuming to maintaining your furnace, homeowners can do a few things to prepare for winter temperatures. In this blog, the expert team at Guin Service discusses the top five methods to improve your air quality this […]

Guin Guard: Winter Water Heater Maintenance

Wintertime spares no element of your home’s plumbing and HVAC systems from the effects of relentless cold, wind, and precipitation. Ensuring the warmth, comfort, and even the safety of you and your family requires vigilance to myriad items, such as water pipes, central heating, and, of course, water heater maintenance. Here at Guin Service, we stress winterizing all of these essential home functions—including one that’s particularly important. Today, we’re focusing on winterizing and maintaining your water heater.  While it’s important to also check on your water heater prior to the winter months, midwinter maintenance ensures that your heater is free of dormant or budding problems. Showers, dishwashers, sinks, you name it—your water heater is the source. The last thing you […]