7 Ways to Prepare Your Plumbing for Spring

You may not realize, but the changing of the seasons has a considerable effect on your plumbing. In order to prepare your plumbing for spring, there are a few things that you can do to make sure that your system is flowing and functioning at its best as the weather warms. At Tindall & Ranson, we’re here to provide 7 ways to prepare your plumbing for spring!     Since the beginning of spring is riddled with rain showers, it’s important to make sure that the excess water isn’t making it into the lower levels of your home. You’ll want to check to see that… Read more »

The R410a Refrigerant Phase-Out & What it Means for Your HVAC System

As of January 2025, new HVAC units will no longer be using R410a refrigerant to provide cooling services for your home. New units will now feature either R-32 or R454-B refrigerant. As a homeowner, you may have some questions regarding the new EPA regulations on HVAC refrigerants and what it means for you and your home’s unit. At Tindall & Ranson, we’re here to help answer your questions and provide some insight into the next steps.   In an effort to reduce emissions and work towards a more sustainable way of living, the EPA has made the decision to phase out R410a due to its… Read more »

Your Spring HVAC Maintenance List

Before the snow thaws and the weather warms, you’ll want to be prepared for the seasonal transition of cold to warm with some spring HVAC maintenance. Getting your system prepared for the temperature shift is vital to ensure that it can effectively cool your home as the warmer weather arrives. At Tindall & Ranson, we’re here to provide some spring HVAC maintenance to help you navigate the changing of the seasons so you can prepare your heating and cooling systems. Since you’ve had your heat running throughout the winter, it’s safe to assume that your air filter has caught enough dust and debris to warrant… Read more »

Winter Tips for Keeping Warm & Cutting Costs

Now that winter has arrived, it’s time to find ways to keep warm without spiking the energy bill. Often, energy bills will have a surge in the winter due to the use of heat to accommodate for the bitter cold outside. At Tindall & Ranson, we’re here to provide some helpful tips for keeping warm and cutting energy costs this winter! Even in the winter, the sun provides enough heat to help you stay warm. Keep your curtains open during the day, which will allow the sun to come in through the windows to help heat your home (similar to a greenhouse effect). Of course,… Read more »

How to Get Ahead of Winter with Your HVAC System

  Keeping your home warm and cozy doesn’t have to be a struggle during the brisk winter months. While the frigid season has yet to approach, you have time to prepare your HVAC system to ensure that it’s helping your family stay comfortable this winter. At Tindall & Ranson, we have a few helpful tips that you can use to prepare your home HVAC system for the winter to come! The vents in your home are a vital part of your HVAC system’s effectiveness. They’re responsible for pushing air through to the rooms in your house. However, having furniture like bookshelves, couches, or even dressers… Read more »

6 Tips for Preparing Your Home & HVAC System for Fall

  While summer is still upon us and we take the time to soak up the long days of warm sun, it’s not too early to prepare for the upcoming season change. Preparing your home for fall is more than just getting decorations out. There are a few steps that you’ll want to take to prepare your home for the shorter days, brisker nights, and of course, getting your HVAC system ready for the temperature change. At Tindall & Ranson, we have six tips to help you prepare your home and HVAC system for fall. Whether you need HVAC repair or maintenance, we’re here to… Read more »

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