Are you doing spring cleaning this year? Well, just like any home, your plumbing system deserves a little love and attention to stay clean and efficient. Believe it or not, a lot can be done without any special training, as long as everything looks to be working properly. Your plumbing system can incorporate everything from your showers and drains, sinks and faucets, gutters, garbage disposal, water heater, and more. With that in mind, here are some quick tips for maintaining your plumbing system throughout the spring season.Continue reading “Spring Cleaning Checklist for Your Plumbing System”
The warm weather signals the start of spring here in Greensboro, NC, which means allergy season is right around the corner. During this time, it is essential to have strong indoor air quality (IAQ) to keep pollen, the most common allergen in the spring, out of your house. In fact, keeping all air pollutants to a minimum is incredibly important during the pandemic.
Numerous solutions are available at your fingertips in order to improve IAQ in the upcoming season — here are five to help you get started!Continue reading “The 5 Key IAQ Maintenance Tips to Follow this Spring Season”
New Year’s resolutions have developed a certain reputation. We think of them as lofty goals that ultimately will last us a month… if we’re lucky. But there are some resolutions you can’t afford to give up — these have to do with your home’s heating and cooling systems.Continue reading “2021 New Year’s Resolutions for Your HVAC System”
When the winter chill sets in, a reliable heater is a necessity for Greensboro, NC, families! That’s why discovering that your heater is not working properly can seem like the end of the world. But don’t worry! Go Green Plumbing, Heating and Air is always available to help you repair or replace a busted heater.Continue reading “Why Is My Heater Not Working? 5 DIY Troubleshooting Tips”
Water leaks are an all too common issue in many homes. However, they aren’t always apparent to the untrained eye. A hidden leak will cause your water bill to rise astronomically while contributing to mold problems in your home if left unattended. Taking care of a leak as soon as possible will save you a lot of money while also keeping your home protected against water damage.Continue reading “4 Places Where Hidden Leaks Love to Hide”
Do you feel the winter chill in the air? The hot Guilford County summers we know and love have come to an end. Now, it’s time to shift our focus to the holiday season and all the cold days that come with it.
Did you know that water heaters have to work harder in the winter? A lot of people don’t! As the temperatures continue to fall, the underground water supply also gets colder, forcing your water heater to work harder during colder months. This is why most plumbing companies, including yours truly, recommend that all homeowners schedule a water heater tune-up during this time of the year. At Go Green, we provide both tank and tankless water heater maintenance across Greensboro, NC, and other nearby areas, for your convenience. You don’t want to get caught in a cold shower because your water heater can’t keep up with the cold temperatures — we will make sure you won’t!Continue reading “5 Red Flags of Water Heater Failure”
Can you believe it’s already October? This year has been full of ups and downs, but we’re excited to finish it with a flourish!
Those of you who have been with us from the start know that Go Green is more than just another company providing HVAC and plumbing services in Greensboro, NC, and beyond. We like to think of ourselves as your friendly neighbor who’s always there for you in your time of need.
That being said, helping our community members is one of our company’s greatest accomplishments. Every month, we choose a local family in need and provide them with free HVAC and plumbing services and equipment — read about our Community Promise and nominate somebody you know right here. This month, we’re doing something extra!
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Go Green will be donating 100 percent of dispatch fees accumulated during the month of October to the American Cancer Society.
The American Cancer Society has been a pioneer in cancer research and treatment. Their mission is to lead the fight against cancer, so that we may all live in a cancer-free world one day. To make this dream a reality, the American Cancer Society conducts life-saving research for new treatment options and works alongside lawmakers to create positive change. Most importantly, they aim to provide access to care for families and individuals who have been affected by this horrible disease but cannot afford treatment on their own. They also provide a wealth of resources to keep the public informed on any and all news related to cancer.
At Go Green, we believe that donating to the American Cancer Society is the best way we can help to make a positive difference for those who have been diagnosed with breast cancer or any other type of cancer. To make an even bigger impact, Go Green is interested in partnering with the American Cancer Society for a sponsorship. We also encourage our customers to donate to this amazing non-profit foundation whenever they get a chance.
We also love supporting small businesses looking to do their part in raising awareness and money for cancer research. To help save boobies, our Greensboro plumbers and HVAC technicians will be wearing Boo Bees by ShuBee®.
ShuBee® will be donating a percentage of their Boo Bees Shoe Cover sales to a deserving warrior and organization. We’re proud to be #CoveredForTheCause!
If you would like to learn more or help us help others, don’t be shy — pick up the phone and give us a call.
Hurricane season reaches its peak between August and October for North Carolina residents and can cause incredible damage to plumbing systems. This blog will list some essential tips for preparing residential plumbing in Greensboro, NC, and the surrounding areas, to withstand the 2020 Hurricane Season.Continue reading “Is Your Home Prepared for Hurricane Season?”
Summer in the Greensboro-High Point area is here once again, as are the trademark heat and humidity that residents have grown accustomed to. With temperatures already climbing, people are turning to their air conditioning systems to restore indoor comfort.Continue reading “EPA’s 2020 Freon Regulations: What Do They Mean for Your Cooling System?”
Air conditioning is essential when it’s hot outside, but some systems use a lot of energy and end up costing homeowners a lot throughout the summer. The good news is that there are simple, effective options for improving the quality of your air conditioning that can reduce monthly energy costs! With spring winding down and summer approaching, it’s an ideal time to have your air conditioner run as efficiently as possible. Here are some ideas that can let you get the most out of your cooling system:Continue reading “How You Can Reduce Your Air Conditioner’s Energy Use This Summer”