Want to know what it is like to work for one of the fastest growing companies in the St. Louis Metro East area? Are you looking for a long-term career with a company that values teamwork and promotes a fun working atmosphere? Well, look no further! We are Tiger Plumbing, Heating, Air Conditioning & Electrical Services and we are having a job fair this Thursday, April 25th, at 5:30 p.m.
We have been in business since 1993, celebrating our 25th year in business, and we are a growing and stable company. We were named as a Best Place to work in Illinois and a Top Work Place in the St. Louis area three years in a row. We have also been named to Inc. 5000’s list of top growing small businesses in the entire country!
Paid vacation, holidays and sick time
Health, dental, and vision insurance
Company vehicle with fuel provided
Want to join our growing team? Then join us for our job fair, on April 25th, at our Collinsville location. This event is perfect for anyone looking for a long-term career. We have a variety of opportunities available and we need people like you!
So whether you’re unemployed, underemployed or you’re just looking for a change, join us at 5:30 p.m. sharp on Thursday, April 25th, and learn about the benefits that come with being a member of Team Tiger!
Career Fair Details:
Time: Thursday April 25th, 5:30 PM Sharp!
Location: 1902 Vandalia St. Suite 100, Collinsville, IL 62234
Bring your resume and any questions you may have for our management team. Hope to see you there! If you have any questions contact Holly Gill at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 844-714-6559.
Allergies can turn your day into a nightmare of congestion, sniffling and coughing. Typical indoor allergens include mold spores, dust mites, cockroaches, pet dander, pollen from outside, and house dust.
Continue reading for 4 ways your HVAC system could be making your allergies worse, and how you can deal with it.
It’s likely that at some point, you’ll have to call our plumbers in: whether it’s for a leaky faucet, pipe replacement or a new bathroom in your basement. However, you can reduce likelihood of major damage. Here are some ways to reduce the number of visits from plumbers and the severity of your repairs:
Never hang anything from your pipes
The weight can break them and cause a flood. Even if you think it’s something small and light, there’s no guarantee that the pipe can withstand it. You also introduce the risk of the item snagging on a passerby and rupturing the pipe.
Use a strainer to keep hair and other items from clogging pipes
It might seem easy to let hair and food disappear down the drain but at some point, the accumulated effect will cause it to back up your drainage system. Check drains regularly and remove any items that may have slipped past your strainers.
Be careful what you flush down the toilet
Even items labelled “flushable” like flushable baby wipes can cause a problem. Your best option is to stick to waste and toilet paper. Everything else should be discarded in the garbage.
Avoid abrasive cleaners that can corrode your pipes
If you’re not sure what material your drain and sewage pipes are made from, have a professional take a look. Harsh cleaners can destroy piping, sometimes so slowly you don’t even know it’s happening until it’s too late.
Turn off and drain your outdoor faucets before winter arrives
Avoid burst pipes by draining outdoor pipes that can freeze when the temperature falls. These taps have a drain valve that you open to empty the water inside the pipe. Ensure you do it before the cold weather sets in and not after the first freezing night.
Don’t wait until a leak is severe before calling a plumber
It’s easy to procrastinate when you see the first few drips, but a small leak is much easier (and cheaper) to fix than a flooded house. Not to mention the money you’ll save on your water bill.
Know the location of your main shutoff valve
Knowing this is not only beneficial for the plumber when he arrives, but can reduce damage if you turn off the main supply as soon as a major leak happens. Take the time to show everyone where it is to reduce the potential for a huge, costly disaster.
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We have come a long way in heating since the early days of gathering wood for a fireplace. Nowadays, we can be grateful for gas-fired furnaces that keep us warm. And with the creation of the modulating furnace, there’s even more benefits.
Furnace technology itself has developed over the years. If yours is nearing the end of its life, call us at Tiger to have it replaced! Continue below to learn more about the benefits of modulating gas furnaces.
According to the US Department of Agriculture, tree roots cause more than 50% of all sewer blockages, costing money for both the root removal and pipe repair. Continue reading to learn more about this issue, what to do about it, and how to prevent it.
To ensure it runs properly, you need to maintain heating equipment. When you spend money on a car, you make sure to stick to the maintenance schedule as closely as possible. Regular maintenance ensures that your vehicle runs longer, more efficiently and uses less fuel. The same applies to heating equipment. Continue reading to learn the many benefits of maintaining your heating equipment.
But getting it right is about more than comfort. From static build-up to potential mold growth, humidity levels affect air quality, your expensive home theater system, your health, and even opening and closing doors. Continue below to see how humidity can affect you, and what you can do about it.
Sizing a water heater isn’t always an easy calculation. There are many factors involved and, depending on your needs, you might have several options available to you. But getting it wrong has consequences. Too small and you’ll have to settle for cold showers. Too large and you waste energy heating water that isn’t being used. We can help you decide what water heater size is best for you and your home.
Continue below to see the things you should consider when selecting your next water heater.
Dealing with cold, yucky weather for months on end is hard enough. But paying more for heat just makes it worse. Here are some tips for saving cash on your heating. As a result, you can go therapy shopping to get you through the winter misery.