We all know that in Louisiana, Santa Claus is lovingly referred to as Papa Noel. Well, he’s got a message for homeowners in Mandeville, Covington, Slidell, and elsewhere on the Northshore this Christmas season: Schedule fall maintenance on your home’s heater ASAP! To help you understand why you
How did y’all enjoy that cold snap of Arctic air we experienced last week? It sure did seem to come out of nowhere, right? One day we were wearing shorts and t-shirts, and the next, we were all bundled up! Cold snaps like the one we just had
The Pumpkin Spice Latte (#PSL) is a big deal. It’s such a big deal, in fact, that some of you may not be able to make it through fall without regular trips to CC’s, for the Pumpkin Pie Latte. Want to know what’s even better than a PSL
School’s back in session, LSU and the Saints are playing football again, the temperatures are (slightly) cooler, and before you know it, kids will be in your neighborhood trick-or-treating. You know what that means, right? It’s time for you to schedule fall maintenance on your A/C system! Why You Need a Check Up This Fall
Heating your home during the winter months can be costly and can financially burden already struggling families. Even in Louisiana, our wild winter weather means that our furnaces AND our AC units may be running off and on throughout the winter months. In addition, the intense humidity in Louisiana can make heating your home even
There are some out there whose favorite season is wintertime. (You can usually find such folks living up north, unsurprisingly.) There’s something about winter weather – the cold, the snow and gray skies – that reminds some people of nature and what it must have been like before modern conveniences such as heating and insulation.
Contrary to what most people think, south Louisiana can get pretty cold in the depths of winter – and ice & snow have been known to occur (though not nearly to the likelihood or degree that it does in, say, Minnesota!) This time of year is perfect for looking into a new heating system, as