What the R22 Ban Means for Your System

Your air conditioner works hard to keep you cool, especially during the hot summer months. One aspect of your system you might not give much thought to is the type of refrigerant it uses. Earlier this year, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) banned R22 refrigerant. So what does that mean for you if your system

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Choosing the Right Indoor Temperature

The temperature setting in our home is something we rarely give any thought to in the summer as long as our home is cool. According to professionals, the ideal summer indoor temperature ranges from 75-80.5°F. This may seem based on opinion, but there are some factors we must think about before choosing a temperature. Health

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Choosing the Right Water Filtration System

The quality of your home’s water can affect its taste. Low quality water for cooking, drinking, or cleaning can have serious effects on your family’s health. Poor water quality can also affect the life of your fixtures & appliances. If you’re concerned about your home’s tap water, a water filtration system is recommended. Here’s the

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HVAC Upgrade
Is it time for an HVAC upgrade?

Sometimes it’s easy to get stuck in a rut, even with your cooling system. You might feel too busy to think about HVAC upgrades, but procrastinating can end up costing you more in the long run. Here are some signs you need to discard the old & bring in the new. Your system is noisy

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Bath Remodel & Tub Lining

Over time showers and tubs can deteriorate. Besides these cracks, chips and nicks being an eyesore, this deterioration can create even more problems including mold, mildew and hidden leaks. If you’re experiencing any of these problems with your tub or shower, it might be time to consider a liner or a bath remodel. Shower and

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: We are Open

Tiger Services will continue to provide service 24/7, implementing safe and precautionary measures, for the health of our customers and employees. We are proud to serve our communities, and the safety and health of our customers and employees is the highest priority. In the interest of public safety, we will continuously evaluate CDC updates regarding

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When To Avoid Plumbing DIY

  When problems arise in your home, sometimes it’s best to fix them yourself. Besides saving money on labor, you learn practical skills and save time that you might spend waiting on help. Other times, however, plumbing DIY can do more harm than good: to yourself and your home. When it comes to plumbing, unless

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How to Handle a Faucet Leak

Leaky faucets are a pain, but you don’t have to live with it. You can fix the leak and, in the process, reduce your water bill by up to 10%!

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Cold Spouts
Preventing Cold Spots in Your Home

When winter rolls around, a working furnace is a top priority as the outdoor temperature falls. Here are some tips for making sure you’re not faced with a furnace breakdown this winter.

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DIY Holiday Drain Tips!

We just wanted to say thank you for choosing us in the past, and wanted to make sure your drains were still clear.   Thanksgiving is this Thursday and all of that extra traffic in your kitchen and bathroom puts a lot of stress on your pipes. So much stress in fact, that the day after

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