Cold Weather Home Protection Tips

Protecting Your Home During Cold (1)

7 MUSTS for Protecting Your Home During Extreme Cold There’s cold and then there’s COLD. During these chillier months, temperatures can quickly drop and with added ice, snow and sub-zero wind chills, battling the cold can be an even tougher task—especially for your home. While your home is built to withstand the elements, when those elements exceed the normal limits … Read More

What to Do Right Now if You Have a Gas Leak

What to Do Right Now if You Have a Gas Leak

Even a professionally installed gas line or pipe can break, crack or leak. Whether it’s from shifting soil, corrosion underground or, even, a tree root growing and damaging the line, there are plenty of common causes—and, often, homeowners have no warning until it’s too late. One of the most common signs of a gas leak is a strong sulfuric smell—many … Read More

4 Reasons You Need a Furnace Tune-Up

Need A Furnace Tune-Up

The temperature is dropping, the days are getting shorter and the heating season is rapidly approaching. As you clean up your yard and perform other pre-winter maintenance tasks, don’t forget about the most important preparation for the winter months: your annual furnace tune-up. Annual tune-ups are the best way to prepare your home for winter. Your furnace is going to … Read More

6 Things to NEVER Put Down Your Sink

NEVER Put Down Your Sink

We’ll say it again: your sink is not a garbage can. Just because the occasional meal remnant makes its way down your sink doesn’t mean this should be your go-to for disposing of anything on the smaller side. Even liquids don’t always belong in the sink. Some can clog your pipes, creating major — read: costly plumbing issues The solution? Treat … Read More

5 Steps for Getting Your Water Heater Ready for Winter

It happens every year—winter seems to creep in out of nowhere, leaving homeowners scrambling to get their properties ready for the ice, cold and snow. And, on our end, that means a backlog of calls from homeowners whose water heaters aren’t working quite right—and that’s leaving them feeling the chill. This year, plan—and act—ahead. While our expert team is always … Read More

6 Common Causes of Leaky Plumbing Lines

Leaky Plumbing

Leaks in your pipes? You’re not alone. Leaky lines are one of the most common plumbing problems. If you’re experiencing a leak, there’s a good chance one of these common issues is at the core… Industrial rubber seals connect pipes to fixtures, creating a watertight connection. Given the conditions surrounding these seals, it’s no surprise that they tend to degrade … Read More

How To Help Your A/C Unit Run Better

How To Help Your A/C Unit Run Better

Did you catch us on WREG Channel 3 today? We talked about some helpful tips to help you save some money on your utility bill and how to help your air conditioning unit run most efficiently. Here are some of the great takeaways: Share this Video Post

Signs Your AC Needs To Be Repaired

AC Needs To Be Repaired

Summer is just around the corner, and that means humid nights and even hotter days are coming up fast. And that means, you need to get your air conditioning up and running ASAP. Making sure your AC system is up and running is one of the most important – and often forgotten – parts of spring cleaning. To avoid suffering … Read More

4 Signs You Have Tree Roots In Your Pipes

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A tree’s root system is generally two or three times longer than the tree is tall — it’s that big and that wide-reaching. The larger the tree, the deeper and more complex its root system will be, and the further it will have to travel for moisture and nutrients. Cracks in pipes and small leaks create humidity that attracts roots, … Read More

Choate’s Air Conditioning, Heating, & Plumbing Celebrates 60 Years in Business

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Decades of Providing Exceptional HVAC and Plumbing Services to the Memphis Community Memphis, United States – February 21, 2018 /CMG/ —     Choate’s Air Conditioning, Heating, & Plumbing has been a fixture in the Memphis community for years, recognized for their commitment to providing exceptional service to customers. Founded in 1958 by Joe Choate, Choate’s recently celebrated sixty years in … Read More