Hallam RV Plumbing

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Hallam RV Plumbing
Hallam RV Plumbing is listed in the Plumbers category in Carmel, Indiana. Displayed below is the only current social network for Hallam RV Plumbing which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Hallam RV Plumbing on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 65.

Hallam RV Plumbing offers Plumbing services in Carmel IN.

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Hallam RV Plumbing has an overall ZapScore of 65. This means that Hallam RV Plumbing has a higher ZapScore than 65% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Carmel, Indiana is 40 and in the Plumbers category is 34. Learn more about ZapScore

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Hey everyone! I’m always looking for a way to save money, so here’s a tip to save on utility bills. Duct sealing… It is the No. 1 energy-saving home improvement... not window replacement or insulation. Your duct system leaks 25% – 40% of the air moving through it, so sealing your ducts can make a huge impact on reducing your home’s energy loss. Check out the video. I had my ductwork cleaned and sealed in March. (My house was built in 1980.) The entire process took about 7 hours which included the preparation, duct cleaning, duct sealing and clean-up. (I chose to have the ducts cleaned before sealing them since it had been a while since they had been cleaned.) I was able to watch a real-time graph during the duct sealing showing the leakage in my duct system. At the end of the process, there was an 88.9% reduction in duct leakage in my home! To give you a visual, I started with the equivalent of a 64.2 square inch hole in my ducts and ended up with a 7.1 square inch hole. (If you want the technical numbers, there was 339.7 CFM before the duct sealing and 37.6 CFM after the duct sealing.) I thought that was pretty impressive! If you want more information, our team is here for you at (317) 660-6992. We’re even offering a free duct cleaning with our duct sealing service right now.

Scholarship Nomination Deadline is Monday! Hey! Just want to remind everyone that the last day to nominate a high school senior for our ExtraordinAIRy Treasures Scholarship is Monday! We will award 15 $1,000 scholarships this year! We are looking for graduates who are ExtraordinAIRy Treasures to our future. Nominate you ExtraordinAIRy graduate today at www.MyIndianaTreasure.org.
Williams Comfort Air and Mr. Plumber are excited to once again present a scholarship opportunity to Central Indiana seniors. Fifteen (15) one-time scholarships totaling $15,000 will be awarded to high school seniors who are seen as ExtraordinAIRy Treasures to our future. These students will have dem...

We introduced an a cappella version of our Mr. Plumber jingle recently! Now, instead of having an announcer in the middle of our jingle, the whole commercial is a verse. What do you think? Do you know our Mr. Plumber phone number by heart?

Hey! We are so excited about our new commercial that just started airing on Monday. I would love to hear what you think!
Williams Comfort Air is the most client-focused HVAC and plumbing company in the Indianapolis area. Our team has been earning trust in heating and cooling se...

We had another exciting evening last week! We honored 15 ExtraordinAIRy Treasures to Our Future with $1,000 scholarships to further their education. This is the 8th year that we have been blessed to provide these ExtraordinAIRy Treasures Scholarships to area high school graduates. This year’s recipients from the Class of 2016 are: Darla Michales (Alexandria Monroe High School), Htoo Thu (Roncalli High School), Juan Amezcua (Providence Cristo Rey High School), Lucia Bastnagel (Bishop Chatard Highs School), Malachi Mozee (Broad Ripple High School), Sarah Wesner (Heritage Christian School), Brooklyn Alerding (Southport High School), Cameron Allen (Danville Community High School), Luke Clair-Ficko (Mooresville High School), Macklin Brown (Lawrence Central High School), Mariah Hoofer (Pike High School), Megan Alms (Zionsville Community High School), Delaney Bucker (Southport High School), Delaney Graham Danville Community High School) and Emma Stewart (Mooresville High School). This is a unique scholarship in that student’s cannot apply. You have to nominate them with an essay about why they are an ExtraordinAIRy Treasure to our future. Our scholarships are based on who a graduate is at heart. We don’t care about GPA and we are excited to help these graduates in all career paths. Our scholarships have been awarded to students pursing a wide range of careers such as becoming a chef, engineer, teacher, missionary, diesel mechanic and social worker. They have been presented to students who have faced challenges such as illness, abuse and homelessness, as well as students who were blessed with an easier path to graduation; students who were athletes and community leaders; students who “had their head in the game” all four years of high school; and, to those who recognized the importance of academics a few years into high school after their GPA had suffered. It’s all about WHO they are and not WHAT they’ve done. We will be opening nominations for our 2017 ExtraordinAIRy Treasures Scholarships in January. You can nominate a student at www.MyIndianaTreasure.org.