March 2017

VIDEO: 6 Tips for Protecting Yourself from Indoor Allergies this Spring

March 30, 2017

It’s the beginning of allergy season. Here are six tips to get prepared and handle those spring allergies like a pro:

ARS/Rescue Rooter and Rightime Team up in San Diego to Help a Veteran in Need

March 29, 2017

RighTime Home Services - San Diego and ARS/Rescue Rooter San Diego have donated and performed free home comfort work to a veteran in need.  Both a new HVAC unit and water heater was provided to Adam Martel, a Navy veteran.

Spring Plumbing Checklist

March 28, 2017

Spring: the season for longer days, warmer weather, blooming flowers and CLEANING. As you shake off the winter blahs and get your home back in order, it's important to put plumbing care on your list of to-do's.

ARS/Rescue Rooter Employee Joe Brown Receives Promotion to Vice President - Texas Division

March 28, 2017

American Residential Services (ARS), a Memphis, Tenn. based, privately-held national provider of air conditioning, heating and plumbing services, announces the promotion of Joe Brown to position of Vice President – Texas Division.

Chris Fairey Brings His Legal Expertise to the Bulldog Bites Podcast

March 22, 2017

Chris Fairey, General Counsel at ARS, recently brought his legal insights to Bulldog Bites, a podcast produced by Womble Carlyle that focuses on sharing experience and tips from corporate attorneys with their colleagues. Chris spoke with Bulldog Bites host and fellow attorney Mark Henriques about how to develop and arbitrate employee contracts.

Understanding Your Home’s Plumbing: Where Does Your Wastewater Go?

March 22, 2017

World Water Day is held on March 22 each year. The mission of this day is to increase awareness for water related issues. The 2017 theme is "Wastewater" and its effects on our cities, homes, industry and agriculture. Wastewater is a valuable resource and we, as a community, need to work together to reduce and reuse it.

First-time Homeowner HVAC Q & A

March 16, 2017

Buying your first home is an exciting milestone, but with it come some new responsibilities—especially in the home maintenance department. Proper care of your home’s HVAC, plumbing and other systems may help you extend their service life, avoid costly repairs and protect your investment. After all, there's no landlord to call if things go wrong!

ARS Widens National Reach by Acquiring Comfort Heating & Air in Kentucky

March 16, 2017

American Residential Services (ARS), a Memphis, Tenn. based, privately-held national provider of air conditioning, heating and plumbing services, has acquired the assets of HVAC of Lexington, dba Comfort Heating & Air. For over 19 years, this location has operated as a family-owned business in the greater Lexington area. 

ARS Supports the Tim Tebow Foundation Celebrity Gala & Golf Classic as Diamond Sponsor

March 10, 2017

American Residential Services (ARS), a Memphis, Tenn. based, privately-held national provider of air conditioning, heating and plumbing services, is the proud Diamond sponsor of the annual Tim Tebow Foundation (TTF) Celebrity Gala & Golf Classic.

Rescue Rooter of Salt Lake City Donates $17,500 of Products and Services to a Veteran in Need

March 9, 2017

Rescue Rooter of Salt Lake City, a network branch of American Residential Services (ARS) in Memphis, Tenn., donated over $17,500 in products and services to David Gardner, a Salt Lake City veteran. 

Baking Soda: The Household Hero

March 8, 2017

Natural, non-toxic and incredibly versatile, baking soda may be your go-to household helper. Here are just a few of the ways you can use it every day.

Ten ARS Service Centers Earn Esteemed 2016 Angie's List Super Service Award

March 8, 2017

ARS has ten service centers that have earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of customer service to members of the local services marketplace and consumer review site in 2016. 

Can I Rework My Ducts to Save Space?

March 6, 2017

The air ducts in your home were (hopefully) designed to meet the residential building codes and other best practices used when the ventilation system was installed. Depending on the age of your home and the requirements of your current HVAC equipment, there may be some room to reevaluate.