Young Plumbing and HeatingHeating, Ventilating & Air Conditioning Service in Waterloo, Iowa
Young has the reputation of being the plumbing and heating installer of choice for many of the finest buildings, businesses, and homes in the area. But don’t just take our word for it, check out some of our past projects on our website and see for yourself!
“Most homes are heated and cooled through a central, whole-home, Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning system (HVAC). The HVAC may well be one of the most expensive and energy hungry systems in the home, so the more you know about your HVAC, the better. A well-informed homeowner will save money and have a healthier, more comfortable home.” – DIY Network
Last month, we were awarded the 2018 Family-Owned Business of the Year award! Thank you to everyone who made this possible. We are very proud of our company’s history and our place within the Cedar Valley community.
Kitchen remodel projects are growing increasingly more popular, and with all the new looks and different options available, deciding on your new kitchen sink can be overwhelming. Get a head start on your kitchen remodel plans with this Houzz guide to choosing your sink!
“How often do I need to service my HVAC system?”
Best case scenario; change your furnace filter regularly as needed, and have your HVAC system checked and serviced twice a year by a professional technician. Once before furnace season, and once before air conditioner season.
“Given all the attention being paid to solar power these days, you might be surprised to learn that one of the most promising solutions to high energy costs isn't up in the sky but buried deep under your lawn.”
Follow the link and let This Old House teach you a little more about Geothermal Heat pumps.
While fixing your own plumbing is a great DIY project, it doesn't take much for a quick plumbing fix to become a full-fledged, whole-house, 3-inches-of-water-in-the-living-room plumbing disaster.
If you’re getting lost with your DIY plumbing project, it might be best to get in touch with a professional.
Finishing your basement can help uncramp your living space, and offers homeowners a great return on their investment. Just make sure your I’s are dotted and your T’s are crossed when it comes to adjusting your HVAC system. Check out this great HVAC.com Blog post before diving into your downstairs project.
Regularly changing your furnace filter is one of the easiest HVAC maintenance tasks out there. Yet many people don’t know how to properly change their furnace filter. Sit back and let this tutorial from House in Progress show you how to keep you furnace running smoothly for years to come!
“Most people have heard of ductless cooling and heating systems, and they have probably seen the small, indoor devices installed high on walls in homes, restaurants or office buildings. But what do you really know about these systems?”
Find out 5 distinct advantages of ductless heating and cooling systems straight from Mitsubishi Electric, one of the most prominently known manufacturers of these small units.
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You’ve heard all about plumbing nightmares, and we’ve seen many of them up-close and personal. Take a few lessons away from this HuffPost blog post, and catch the problem with your plumbing before it turns into a disaster!
“What can I do to lower my energy bills?”
Pay close attention to the SEER rating when looking at purchasing a new system. The higher the rating, the more efficient, and therefore cheaper to operate a system will be. Zoning systems and programmable thermostats are also ways to help reduce your heating and cooling costs, and regular maintenance can help ensure that your system is running as efficiently as possible!