1. Why Now Is The Best Time To Start An HVAC Career

    No matter who you are, you’ve most likely called a professional HVAC technician for help a time or two in your life. HVAC techs are sometimes not given the credit they deserve as highly skilled tradesmen and women, and therefore the profession can be overlooked as a career option. However, the heating and cooling industry is one of the fastest growing professions in the nation, and tens of thous…Read More

  2. Five Tips To Keep Cooling Costs Low This Summer

    The temperature is quickly rising, and people everywhere are blasting their air conditioning in efforts to beat the heat. Your trusted HVAC technicians at Medford Wellington Services want to offer some tips for keeping your cooling costs down all summer long. Read on to find out the best ways to save money on your monthly cooling costs: Block Out The Sun: Keeping curtains and blinds closed on hot …Read More

  3. Four Signs Your Water Heater Is Dying

    Heated water is one of the most convenient luxuries of modern living. Nothing makes you pick up the phone faster and call your plumber than hopping into a cold shower in the morning. But water heaters usually do not break overnight. The degree of catastrophe from a broken water heater can range from low water pressure to a dangerous explosion. There are common warning signs that can let you know i…Read More

  4. 3 Reasons to Call a Plumber Immediately

    The plumbing in your home is something you probably think about somewhat rarely. After all, if it’s working perfectly, there’s no need to go searching for something that’s wrong, right? Until something does go wrong, that is. That’s when you need a plumber who can get there quickly and take care of the problem, allowing you to get back to your regular routine. With 24 hours a day, 7 days a…Read More

  5. How To Choose A Commercial Electrician

    If you’re a commercial property owner in Saugus, Massachusetts or surrounding areas, you probably don’t spend too much time thinking about electricians. Most days, your lights turn on the way they should, you and your tenants are satisfied with internal and external lighting, and you go about your day thinking about more important things. But then something goes wrong. There’s an ice storm a…Read More

  6. Why Your Home’s Plumbing Makes Weird Noises

     Have you ever been about to jump in the shower, letting the water run to warm up, when all of a sudden you heard a noise that made you a little more than concerned? While many people think that weird or unusual noises coming from their plumbing is commonplace in an older home, these sounds are actually not normal. These noises can range from a low groan or vibration to knocking and dripping soun…Read More

  7. Tips For Hiring The Right Commercial Refrigeration Repair Technician

    If you run a restaurant, grocery store, or any other type of commercial enterprise that requires refrigeration, realizing that one of your units has suddenly quit keeping things cool is a devastation moment. At the very least, you’re going to suffer losses because of spoiled food (it doesn’t actually have to be rotten, it just needs to dip below a certain temperature to become unsafe for consu…Read More

  8. What’s The Best Way To Prepare Your Plumbing For Winter?

    The holidays will be here before you know it, and all over the New England area, people are getting their homes ready for the festivities that we all look forward to this time of year. While you’re decking the halls and making your landscaping bright, Medford Wellington Services would like to remind you to give your plumbing some TLC as well! Without proper maintenance, it’s very easy for smal…Read More

  9. 5 Electrical Safety Tips To Keep In Mind This Winter

      Although this autumn has been unseasonably warm, we’re well aware that winter will soon burst upon the scene, coating Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Connecticut in a layer of snow, ice, and slush that won’t budge until springtime arrives to thaw us out. Although services like snow removal and furnace repair get a lot of attention during the cold months of winter, it’s…Read More

  10. How To Protect Your Commercial Plumbing In The Winter

    Winter is coming! In the Northeastern United States, this means freezing temperatures, snow and sleet, and a thin layer of ice that covers everything you can see. As we talked about in a previous post, winter in Massachusetts and New Hampshire means it’s time to pay special attention to the internal systems at your commercial property. In order to prevent your furnace from faltering during the w…Read More