Here are a few ways you can make your home a more environmentally-friendly space.
Here are a few tips from John C. Flood, Inc. to keep your home healthy.
With the temperatures in the Metro Washington, DC and Northern Virginia areas expected to drop to the single digits this […]
It's going to get warm the next few days, so many of you will be putting your A/C system to […]
It's been a long one for many in the Mid Atlantic, as freak snow storms and a slew of damaging tropical depressions - not to mention Hurricane Sandy - left thousands of residents with major property damage.
When you move into a new home, one of the very first things you'll want to do is locate the main water shut-off valve.
We have mentioned previously in articles the fact that there are two John C. Floods operating within the Northern Virginia […]
Washington Gas is offering up to a $250 rebate, for as limited time and only to Virginia Customers on products […]
Well at John C. Flood we offer annual maintenance service contracts. We call them Energy Management Plans or EMP’s for […]
With the unusually warm winter we have been having it’s still very important to keep up with your homes heating […]
No homeowner ever wants to discover a water pipe that has burst within their home. Broken or busted pipes cause […]
According to the EPA, the indoor air we are exposed to is 70% more polluted than the outdoor air and […]
Carbon Monoxide Can Be Deadly You can’t see or smell carbon monoxide, but at high levels it can kill a […]
Skyrocketing prices for metal, especially copper, have turned a minor problem into an epidemic. With the economy in shambles and […]
The average household spends more than $2,200 a year on energy bills - nearly half of which goes to heating […]