Monday, October 16, 2017

The Ole’ Man is Coming.

Ole’ Man winter that’s who is coming to a Central New Mexico town near you.  Like it or not, temperatures will be dropping significantly and staying that way.  Inside your home and out preparations need to be made.  Dress warmly, have your vehicle ready for the changing conditions, and above all make sure your home’s heating system is ready.

Most Albuquerque homes rely on a central heating system.  It should be obvious that central heating may be decidedly more economical compared to direct heat sources like space heaters and wood or pellet stoves.  Many types of central heating systems can be fueled by either electricity or natural gas which gives you an option.

What is best for your ABQ home?  Why not call a professional and get a free assessment of what is the best heating system for your castle?  The right person and company for the job may well be Eric Montoya of E M Plumbing.  You will discover in a few minutes that Eric is Albuquerque’s home heating expert.  Call him today at (505) 980-9334.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Albuquerque NM Haunted Houses for Halloween 2017

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"Albuquerque haunted houses are some of the most fun southwest.  Enjoy a great scary night out with your spouse, date, or friends.  Expect to be terrified at these haunted attractions." 

Sunday, October 8, 2017

Red Tag Special.

This is not some deal at an ABQ discount store.  It has to do with red tags on appliances.  What does it mean when a gas appliance is “red-tagged”?  When the gas service to a home has been turned off by the local utility at a departing homeowner’s request or because of an unpaid bill, reactivating is not as easy as getting the electricity back on.

The first step that you need to take is to make an appointment for the right person to open the house so that a professional technician may go in to inspect for gas leaks and do a safety check of all the gas appliances before permanently unlocking the shut-off valve at the meter.  If there are any defects then a red and white tag is attached with a “do not use” sign.

All of this requires the proper professional to inspect your appliances and give them a clean bill of health.  In Albuquerque the answer to your next question is Eric Montoya of E M Plumbing.  Eric is a central New Mexico red tag inspection pro.  You will find him to be the right guy for the job of appliance inspection.  Call him at (505) 980-9334.

Best Things To Do in Albuquerque

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"Many visitors recommend spending a few hours wandering around Old Town, likening it to a less crowded (and more affordable) Santa Fe."