Here’s hoping your holidays were merry and bright! Last year around this time, we offered three New Year’s resolutions for your home: Make your water better (with a filtration system), change your HVAC filters (which should always be on the list), and get those small electrical projects done (like putting an outlet behind that TVCONTINUE READING »
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It never hurts to have extra money around the holidays. Wenatchee, WA electricians share their best tips for conserving electricity to save money this holiday season.
Plumbing experts in Wenatchee, WA, share how to simple, routine maintenance can prevent major plumbing emergencies.
When you have an electrical problem, you want to have it taken care of right away. Unfortunately, the “ electrician near me” search is not always going to bring up the best company around.
Ever been in one room in the house where it feels like a sauna, and then walk into the room right next to it and it feels like an igloo? It’s kind of an odd experience and here is why this happens
Homeownership can be a scary proposition. There are lots of things that can go wrong, including problems with various different plumbing systems. While saving money is important & here's how.
It’s important to take time and give thanks for what’s good in your life throughout the year, but it’s natural to focus a little more on gratitude when the holidays roll around—these past couple of years in particular, when we’ve all been through so much. At Patriot, we’re grateful for many things, but two alwaysCONTINUE READING »
Thursday, Nov. 11, is Veterans Day, honoring those who served to protect our country, our people, and our freedoms. Showing our appreciation to these heroic men and women means a great deal—and at Patriot, it takes on added significance, because both of our owners have strong family connections to the military. Matt LaVergne’s grandfather, JosephCONTINUE READING »
Fall is one of our favorite times of year: Between the scorching heat of summer (especially this year) and the biting cold of winter (fingers crossed we’re in for a mild one), we usually get a window of absolutely perfect weather. And in addition to patio dinners and nightcaps under the stars—not to mention footballCONTINUE READING »
When it’s 117 degrees, it’s easy to make decisions you might regret later. No, we’re not talking about eating ice cream for dinner—that is, and will always be, perfectly acceptable. We’re talking about other decisions, like spending money on repairing an old air-conditioning system in the hopes it will get you through just one moreCONTINUE READING »