Althoff Home Services Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Lake Geneva’

Key Signs You Need an Electrical Panel Upgrade ASAP

Monday, October 9th, 2023

You may not give the electricity and wiring in your home very much thought. That is, unless the electrical setup in your home is particularly old and outdated. You may face some struggles with an older electrical system that can only be remedied by making an upgrade.

Keep in mind that electrical panel upgrade should only be handled by certified electricians in Lake Geneva, WI. You should never attempt any electrical work as part of a DIY project. You can keep reading to learn more about when you might need the help of an electrician to upgrade your electrical panel.

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How Duct Cleaning Improves Your Indoor Air Quality

Monday, April 24th, 2023

When you think about how your air conditioner operates, you probably take into consideration that your air filter helps to improve your home’s indoor air quality. But if you don’t change your air filter regularly, dust and dirt can begin getting into your HVAC system.

And that’s not the only way that dust and dirt get in. These tiny particles can get through the tiniest, gaps and holes, building up over time to become much more significant.

If you want to improve your indoor air quality in Lake Geneva, our team can help by offering duct cleaning services. You can keep reading to learn more about why duct cleaning works and how it improves your indoor air quality. 

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Furnace vs. Boiler: Which Makes Sense for Your Home?

Monday, February 13th, 2023

If you’re in the market for a new heater, you may be weighing your options between different types of systems. Two of the most popular heaters that we have homeowners install are furnaces and boilers. You may be more familiar with one and not the other, so we’re breaking down the pros and cons of each. 

If you have any questions about heating in Lake Geneva, WI, our team can help. We can offer you a free assessment of your home and walk you through the installation process for each type of heating system. In the meantime, you can keep reading to learn more about the pros and cons of furnaces and boilers so that you can make the best decision for your home and family.

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