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January 6 2015

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Here comes another "January Freeze", wow, two years in a row we've had a deep, hard freeze heading our way the first week of January. Temperatures are projected to be below freezing for several hours, along with projected wind chills in the single digits. If you have any concerns about pipes freezing or keeping your home warm and comfortable, hopefully these tips will help.

To prevent your pipes from freezing - LET THE WATER RUN. Follow these examples, and hopefully you will have no issues.

Disconnect all garden hoses from the hose bibs, let the hose bibs drip, about the size of a #2 pencil lead.

If you have plumbing adjacent to exterior walls, open up the cabinets. This will allow warm air to circulate in the cabinet area. Turn on the faucet and let it drip, again about the size of a #2 pencil lead.

Open up a tub/shower valve and let it drip.

The idea here is to keep the water flowing throughout your system. If a faucet or hose bib should still "freeze", leave the valve open until it thaws.

If you have vacant property, turn the water off at the meter, open up all faucets and hose bibs, and turn off water heater. If the water heater is gas, make sure to turn off the gas cock. If the property has a working heat source, make sure it's operational. Set the thermostat around 65 and you should be fine.

To keep your home warm during the next few days try this. Turn up your thermostat a degree or two higher than normal. Do this starting this evening so that your home can build up some additional warmth. Try to keep doors and windows shut as much as possible. The goal here is to keep the "heat" contained within the living space. Its going to be cold and windy, and your home may not feel as warm as it does normally. Keep blankets handy, layer your clothing and stay inside as much as possible. Your HVAC system will be working hard the next few days, and in extreme weather conditions, factoring in all conditions, your unit may not satisfy the thermostat the same way it does during normal weather.

Hope these tips help.

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12/15/2014

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Good Morning to all. The season is upon us, and as we head into the final "10" days before Christmas, it's certainly going to be a time of hustle and bustle. Last minute, or for that matter, beginning shopping, gatherings with family and friends, all that goes into celebrating the Christmas season. A busy time of the year for sure. With that in mind, now is a good time to schedule any Plumbing or HVAC checkups or work you may need completed. Enjoy the Holiday with peace of mind, knowing that your issues have been handled and corrected. It gets easy to put off minor issues when your going Full Steam Ahead, and you don't want to have an issue when friends and family have gathered. So, call today, and Bill Bradley Services will come "Fix Your Home".

It's also good to be aware of the increased traffic, the fact that children will be getting out of school, and try as you might, the "last minute" details will always create a  feeling of urgency. Although it's often hard to do, try to slow down. Enjoy the season, with all that it stands for. Take time to plan your day and remember the reason for the season.

We wish all a Merry Christmas, and if you need us, give us call.

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Cold November Night

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It's going to be a COLD November night tonight, so a couple of things to remember. Take care of your pets, they get cold also, and if you have any concerns about water pipes, just let the water run. Turn on a couple of faucets, hose bibs, etc. and let them drip, about the size of a #2 pencil lead. This will keep your pipes from freezing, and give you some peace of mind. Also, try to limit the number of times your opening doors, keep the warmth inside your house. Be careful, and have a safe night, and if you need us, give a call, we can help.

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Another Cool Down

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We have certainley been having some "unpredictable" weather around here lately.  Looks like this week is going to bring the chance of "record" lows for the month of July, after a weekend of normal, muggy, hot July type temperatures. It's just crazy the way our weather has been this entire year, and it's hard to believe temperatures in the low 60's by wednesday and thursday. Well, maybe we'll get lucky and August will bring back the "Dog Days" of summer, and hopefully warmer temps will continue into September. What can I say, I like warmer weather. Of course, the upside to the cooler temps is that your HVAC system gets a little bit of break, however, don't let that lull you into not having your HVAC serviced on a regular basis. As we've seen this year, it's important to know that your system will do what you need it to do, so be prepared and have your system serviced. Keeping your system maintained will increase efficeincy, and most importantly, keep you comfortable. Give us a call, we'll be glad to come service your system and keep you comfortable.

Remember that school will be starting back within the next couple of weeks, which means children will be out and about in the early mornings and afternoons, so be careful and pay attention. It's also getting closer and closer to the start of football season, which, regardless of the temperature, is always a big deal around our area.

Stay comfortable, and if you need us, give us call.

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June 27

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June is just about to be gone, and everyone is looking forward to the up coming Fourth of July weekend. Looks like the weather is going to cooperate this year except for one exception, it's about to get HOT in Montgomery. Temp's next week will be in the upper 90's, with a high heat index. Of course, it was in the mid 90's the last couple of weeks, so we had a chance to get a little used to it. Been along time since we've seen this kind of warmth around here. With that in mind, here's a couple of suggestions.

Stay hydrated and pay attention to those around you, especially children and older folks to make sure they are properly hydrated. Don't stay out in the direct sun any longer than neccessary, and if you are going to be outside, take breaks, sit in the shade, you know the drill. Be smart and prepared. Also, your HVAC system should be able to maintain around a 25-30 degree difference in temperature, in ideal situations. Depending on how your home is built, it may not make that swing. With that in mind, you might want to bump your thermostat up a bit, 76-78 degrees will feel good when it's so warm outside. Also, check your filter and change it if needed. I suggest changing your filters monthly, but you need to at least inspect the filters monthly and change if needed. Fans are also good in this type of weather.

Stay cool, and have a nice weekend.