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A Master Craftsman – Ray Boone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ray Boone :
Born – 8/29/1934
An employee of Burleson Plumbing & Heating since 1950. That is not a typing error. Ray has been with the us since 1950, just three years after we opened our doors. Ray started out as a helper in both plumbing and heating. Ray began fabricating sheet metal duct work and after many years of mastering his craft became an incredible master craftsman in this field. Ray will be 80 years old in 2014 but don’t think that this has slowed his production. Ray has proved over and over again that he can still hold his own with sheet metal fabrication as he still produces masterfully crafted handy work.
Thank You Ray Boone for your many years of quality service!

By |January 16th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Cold Weather Tip – Heat Pump Not Heating Well

This is the coldest temperatures we have seen since 1994 and undoubtedly we are getting calls left and right about no heat and frozen water. Here are some tips for this extreme cold.
Most heat pumps will have to run non stop to overcome the cold weather. If the heat pump can not bring the heat up to the thermostat temperature the emergency heat will then come on. These heating coils should bring the heat up quicker however they will use more electricity. If you have any alternative sources of heat such as a fireplace, wood stove, gas logs, monitor or even a infrared heater it would be wise to run them in this weather to help heat your home. We sell infrared heaters ($195) and some propane space heaters (as low as $97) however be careful with the propane space heaters as they could be a fire hazard.

By |January 7th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Cold Weather Tip – Frozen Water

This is the coldest temperatures we have seen since 1994 and undoubtedly we are getting calls left and right about no heat and frozen water. Here are some tips for this extreme cold.
If your water is frozen there is an area of piping that is exposed to cold temperatures. Places to check would be at the well head, crawl space/basement, or an area exposed outside that isn’t buried. Keep in mind that before you insulate that the pipes must be thawed.  If it is at the well head grab some blanket insulation ($1.41 per foot – usually need 4-5 ft). If it is a pipe in a basement or crawl space then get some foam pipe insulation ($.82 per foot) and wrap the pipes as well as bringing the temperature up in that area as much as you can with heat lamps, space heaters, or even heat tape ($28.00 for 12 ft length). If a pipe is exposed outside it can be very difficult to fix. Really the pipes need to be buried AT LEAST 18″ – 24″. For more advice or answers to questions call us at 828-765-4042.

By |January 7th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Two Old Goats Arthritis & Fibromyalgia Essential Lotion Now Available

Two Old Goats Arthritis & Fibromyalgia Essential Lotion is our strongest formula, ready to tackle your toughest aches & pains caused by swelling due to Arthritis , Fibromyalgia, Gout or Injury. Our goat’s milk base carries our natural blend of 6 Essential Oils deep into your joints and muscles. German Chamomile, Lavender, Rosemary, Peppermint, Eucalyptus and Birch Bark work together as both an anti-inflammatory and an analgesic. Begin feeling relief instantly, while daily applications have a cumulative effect. Finally, pain management you CAN FEEL GOOD ABOUT, with a delicate scent, not a strong unpleasant medicinal odor.
2 Ounce – $5.29
4 Ounce – $8.89
8 Ounce – $15.99 (Best Value)

By |December 23rd, 2013|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Our New Blog

With our fancy new website we now have the ability to blog. We are excited about this feature and hope to use it to keep our customers informed and up to date with what is going on here on the home front.

By |September 17th, 2013|Uncategorized|0 Comments|