Three Reasons Why A Service Partner Plan Will Benefit The Homeowner

3 Reasons Why A Service Partner Plan Will Benefit Homeowners

You asked and we answered, “3 reasons why a Service Partner Plan will Benefit the Homeowner“. As a homeowner, you always have a lot on your plate. Around the house, it probably seems like you’re doing something constantly. Whether you’re clipping bushes, vacuuming the floor, or cleaning out the garage, there is always regular home maintenance on your schedule. Even though sometimes they may seem bothersome or time consuming, there is a reason for doing them. By keeping up with these chores, you not only maintain your home, but your quality of life.

To keep their quality of life high, most homeowners will use preventive care techniques to continue the efficiency of their air conditioning and plumbing.

However, as diligent as you might be at completing regular house maintenance, there are things that slip through the cracks. Sometimes these things can be simple fixes, but other times they can become quite complicated.

When these repairs are serious, it can leave you with expenses that are tough to pay. Not to mention the process of finding the right repair service is significantly time consuming. When your quality of life is in jeopardy, and the costs are too high, you’ll want to go where someone knows your name. This where our new Service Partner Plan can help!

Our Service Partner Plan is incredibly popular among our customer base for these reasons. We put them at a distinct advantage over the elements that threaten their standard of living while keeping their costs low. We consider our goal to save your wallet, your time, and your livelihood. Here are just a few of the convenient benefits that come with any Service Partner Plan:

Annual Plumbing and Air Conditioner Inspections

With one of our Service Partner Plans, you’ll be able to get your plumbing and HVAC systems inspected at no extra cost to you. Along with this, you’ll have access to regularly scheduled services for your air conditioning. This means you’ll no longer have to worry about the utility bill being too expensive or suffering from sudden breakdowns.

With our air conditioning tune-ups, we’ll reduce breakdowns by 95% and lower utility bills by 30%. For your plumbing, we’ll give you on going safety inspections to ensure your safety and peace of mind. This all comes at no extra cost to you as the homeowner.

Also, don’t forget about the 15% discount off the bottom line for our heating, cooling, and plumbing services. We want nothing more than to keep your costs low and provide excellent customer service.

Priority Service

The purchase of any Service Partner Plan also puts you at the top of our list. If you ever give us a call, we’ll know you by name and make you our top priority. No more calling a service provider who demands a large sum of cash without even knowing your name. When you need assistance, you’ll be able to jump to the head of the line. It doesn’t matter if it’s a routine or an emergency call, we’ll tend to you first! Also, keep in mind who will be assisting you. Trained in how to handle your equipment, our technicians are able to care for your home effectively. Drug tested and background checked for your safety, they have expert level knowledge and will deliver outstanding customer service.

100% Satisfaction Guaranteed

The Service Partner Plans also comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee! If you’re not happy, we’ll do everything we can to make it right. To double check our work, we’ll call you. Whether it’s for your service satisfaction, or to schedule you an appointment for a tune up, we’ll ensure you are receiving the customer service you deserve.

Calling a service provider just to be passed off from person to person is now a thing of the past. When you call us, we’ll make it right. You can reach Christian Brothers at (623) 201-5066. It doesn’t matter if you move to a new home either. The Service Partner Plan can be assigned to your new home or to the buyer of your old home. It’s your choice. We want you to be given all the options necessary to make the right choice for you and your family.

The Service Partner Plan enables us to give you the best service provider experience possible. By providing you with regular inspections, a 15% discount off the bottom line, priority service, and a 100% satisfaction guarantee, we aim to give you peace of mind and protect your quality of life. We know there’s nothing better than knowing someones got your back. To set up a Service Partner Plan, give us a call at (623) 201-5066.

Air conditioning, Plumbing, Electrical repair since 1976 in Phoenix, AZ.


What kind of Sump Pump should I put in my home?

Q: What kind of sump pump should I put in my home?

A: A sump pump is a critical part of a homes plumbing system. The primary job of a sump pump is to remove groundwater from around the home and keep it away from the foundation of the house. Choosing the right sump pump for your home is quite important. Luckily, there are a various models of sump pumps to choose from. Each type has different benefits and drawbacks. Here is a list of the different types of sump pumps:

  • Submersible

A submersible sump pump is placed below water level and sits in the sump basin. This model is smaller and more convenient than pedestal sump pumps. Also, it is much quieter due to being below water level. Overall, this sump pump model runs more efficiently and lasts longer than most other models. This model could also save you money in the long run as well. If you have children, and want them to remain safe, the submersible sump pump may be the way to go.

  • Pedestal

This pump is perfect for houses that don’t have room for a regular submersible sump pump. Pedestal sump pumps come with a motor that sticks above the basin. This is advantageous if you ever need to repair this motor. Inside the pit where the water collects you can find the vertical float switch. It’s important to not that the motor is not waterproof and should stay dry.

  • Effluent

Effluent pumps and sump pumps are often confused. The truth is that they have two very distinct differences. Effluent pumps differ because they collect waste water from drains, laundry room, bathroom sinks and showers. These pumps work automatically but are only suitable for certain houses. Check with a licensed plumber before requesting an install.

  • Backup Pump

If a storm occurs and knocks out the power to your home, your main sump pump will stop functioning. This is where the backup sump pump comes in handy. The backup runs off its own power source and can keep your house dry in devastating circumstances. They tend to have about a twelve-hour battery life and alert you when they take over for the main pump.

If you have any questions regarding the state of your sump pump, please give us a call. We’ll send a licensed plumber down to your home as soon as possible to inspect your sump pump and let you know what is going on. You can call to schedule Christian Brothers at (623) 201-5066, up-front pricing and evaluation of your Plumbing service needs since 1976.

Air conditioning, Plumbing, Electrical repair since 1976 in Phoenix, AZ.


Should I Replace Or Repair My Electrical Panel?

Should I Replace Or Repair My Electrical Panel?

When struggling with whether to replace or repair your electrical panel, you might end up in the dark. In recent years, it seems like replacing something is always easier than repairing something.

Whether it’s a phone screen with a crack, a scratch on a bumper, or the electrical panel for your home, the answer tends to be the same. “It’d be easier just to get a new one.” Although this may be true, the replacement always comes with a price, and it is hardly ever very low. Do you know your Electrical system? And, does it need repair?

Sparing yourself the costs of a new electrical panel, you could attempt a repair. Surely this would save you some cash. In the long run, however, it may not be worth it.

When determining this decision, it can be hard to decide what is best for you and your family. At Christian Brothers, we want to provide you with as much information as possible before making this choice. This is why we’ve compiled a list of signs indicating whether to replace or repair your electrical panel.

Dimming or Flickering Lights

This usually indicates a need to replace your electrical panel. Excluding blackouts and dimmer switches, there is no reason why your lights should be dimming. Outdated panels tend to cause dimming and flickering due to the sheer age of the parts in the system.

If you notice your lights dimming when you use the microwave or blow dryer, feel free to give us a call. We can have an expert technician inspect your panel to determine if it can produce enough electricity for your home.

Panel is Warm.

A replacement may be necessary if your electrical panel is warm to the touch. If you noticed this is the case, or you smell burning around the panel, it could be exposed wiring inside. This can sometimes be a very dangerous situation for you and your family due to the threat of a possible fire. To ensure you are safe, you may need to install a new electrical panel.

However, a warm panel doesn’t automatically mean you’ll need a new system. An experienced expert level electrical professional can determine whether or not to replace or repair, and explain in further detail.

Failed Circuit Breakers

Are you concerned that you might have a failed circuit breaker in your home? Failed circuit breakers in your electrical panel most likely indicate a repair is necessary. Put in place to stop the flow of electricity, breakers prevent overload in your system. When one of them fails, it typically just needs to be replaced by a professional. In this scenario, replacing the panel is unnecessary.

Regularly Tripping Circuit Breakers

Circuit breakers that trip once or twice on an occasional basis are usually fine. Every now and then, a tripped breaker needs a quick panel reset to start functioning properly again. This is a normal occurrence.

However, if this happens on a regular basis, replacing the electrical panel may be the only fix. Homes that are a bit older tend to have this problem more than newer ones because of the change in standards over the years. This may lead to a need for breaker panel repair or replacement. Older systems may struggle to produce enough electricity for all the electricity needs of the home, thus leaving you with a need to upgrade.

With any of these issues, please give us a call! We have technicians fully trained and licensed to provide excellent repairs while giving outstanding customer service. Don’t be in the dark, give us a call at (623) 499- 9794.

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Air conditioning, Plumbing, Electrical repair since 1976 in Phoenix, AZ.