1/9/2019 9:00 AM
Keep your home trendy with more than gadgets this year. Alexa would bring your home to 2019 but will it save you money? Homes that are energy efficient are becoming more and more popular.
12/12/2018 1:20 PM
During December and January is when most house fires happen. An electrical problem causes more than 50 percent of these house fires. These types of fires are more likely to occur because people are in their homes more due to the colder temperatures. When people are at home, they’re using appliances, lights, outlets and more. If your home is an older, it might not be up to date with codes that prevent these fires from occurring.
8/8/2018 12:25 PM
Whether winter or summer, when a storm rolls in and the power goes out, it can be a huge hassle. A whole-house generator installed by ServiceOne could be the solution to all of these problems. If you want to find out how to power your whole house with a generator, read on!
8/3/2018 9:22 AM
Last week, we chatted about replacing your air filter. The week before, we tackled cleaning out your air conditioner condenser coils. We’re continuing our how-to video series this week – how you can tackle resetting your circuit breaker.
3/21/2018 6:00 AM
You go to plug in your hair dryer and it won’t start. You reach to turn on a lamp, and get nothing. Maybe you’ve just moved into a new place and discovered a dead outlet - or it’s a brand new occurrence in your home.Read More
12/13/2017 6:00 AM
Over the past few weeks, we’ve been discussing how to prepare your home for colder weather; preparing your furnace for colder weather; why you need a whole home generator for Midwestern winters; preparing your home’s plumbing for colder weather; the benefits of whole-home humidifiers for Midwestern winters; the benefits of home automation in the winter months; your home’s winter plumbing maintenance checklist; and holiday electrical safety tips for your home. In addition to all of these topics, there are a few additional things to get your home ready for the winter months in Nebraska and Iowa!