LaPensee Plumbing Pools and Air has been serving Manatee County for over 30 years. Over that time we have also been helping our customers save money by helping them with energy reducing tips throughout Florida’s hot summers. We do that through our landscaping tips, energy efficient fixtures, products and systems, as well as our maintenance programs. Keep reading below for some of our top energy saving tips. Continue reading
LaPensee Plumbing, Pools & Air is now proud to offer our customers the option of using Perma-Liner™ cured-in-place-pipe. Perma-Liner™ is a trenchless state-of-the-art pipe lining repair system which offers one of the most cost effective solutions when it comes to repairing broken, damaged, and corrosive pipes and sewage lines.
Living in a state where most everyone has a pool, makes it all the more important to be aware of water safety, and for children to know how to swim. The Centers for Disease Control report that here in the United States, on average, 3,536 people died from drowning annually from 2005 to 2014, which equates to 10 deaths each day.
LaPensee offers monthly pool services to keep your pool in tip top shape, but did you know that in addition to that, we also offer many other services? Because we have a commercial pool contracting license, it allows us to offer a variety of other pool services including:
Summer is on the way! The majority of our utility bill comes from heating or cooling our homes. Therefore it is important to keep air conditioning units in good shape prior to them needing to be running around the clock. Right now most of us are probably enjoying the low utility bills, but pretty soon, they’ll be creeping up.
Isn’t it the worst when you have a clogged drain? Whether you’re trying to get the dishes done, taking a shower, or flushing the toilet, it’s so annoying! Of course there are plenty of commercial clogged drain busters, but they’re not good for the environment, nor are they good for your septic tank. Here are 5 options to clear clogged drains without harsh chemicals.
The holiday season is upon us! With the holidays come more people visiting. This translates into more toilet flushing, washing, showers, dish washing, and unwanted left overs going down the disposal. The last thing anyone wants with a house full of people is for the plumbing to stop working, or even back up! The key to preventing any of these emergencies is maintenance. Save yourself a plumbing visit on Christmas or New Year’s Eve with these smart tips to prepare your plumbing.
If you’ve ever sat around on the weekend watching TV or searching for TV to watch, you may have noticed all of the DIY television shows, or shows that flip houses. Watching shows like that might give you ideas, (I know I get them) on redoing a particular room in the house. Those shows make it look easy; It really isn’t, and remodeling should be left to the professionals.
Due to the disastrous, record breaking rain over the weekend, some of you might be experiencing pools which are filled too high, or are already over flowing. There’s really nothing dangerous about having a pool which is filled to the brim, but the pool does run better and the filter works more efficiently if the water level isn’t too high.
It’s only the beginning of August; we’re still in one of the hottest time periods here in Florida. It’s been an extremely hot summer, and your air conditioner is probably doing some over time. But is it running too much? Does it stop, or does it seem to run constantly? No, no one wants to be hot and sticky, but no one wants their AC unit to be running constantly either. Luckily, there are some simple things you can check to see what’s causing it to run more.