In The Community – Lift for Life Gym

As part of our commitment to BOMA, IFS employees and BOMA Outreach Committee members, Rich Kasznel and Christina Schafer signed up to volunteer at Lift of Life Gym on Tuesday, June 6th.  They were joined by fellow IFS employees, Joscelyn Riegert, Ben Moore, Kevin O'Meara and Brian Karcher who also volunteered their time.  Our volunteers prepared and served  healthy dinners to 25 children in the program.  After dinner, they stuck around and played basketball, volleyball, lifted weights. During th...
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About IFS Residential

For over 50 years,  IFS - Residential Services (formerly Air Masters) has been serving the St. Louis area and surrounding communities. Our dedication to providing top quality service and support has not changed since our first service call in 1966. What began as Air Masters, a 1 man service shop, has grown into a major corporation with over 300 employees and nearly 200 service vehicles.  While IFS has become one of the premier mechanical contractors in the state, our goal is, and will always rem...
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Why does my air conditioner (fill in the blank) ?

Hot summer days here in St. Louis probably means that your air conditioner is getting a lot of use. As with any piece of machinery, things may not always function as intended. We took to Google to see what people were searching for the most in terms of their air conditioner, and answered the top five questions for you right here! Why does my air conditioner… Run when the heat is on? There are two common causes for this. The first is that the compressor contacts are welded closed and it physic...
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Clean Air Month

What does the Clean Air Act and Clean Air Month have to do with you? Well if you are old enough to remember smog in major cities in the 60’s and 70’s then you know there has been a change in our environment, both good and bad. For those few who were alive in the 1930’s the burning of coal for heating was very prevalent… this resulted in terrible smog situations where streetlights needed to be activated on clear winter days. So the first Clean Air Legislation had to do with coal burning equipm...
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Fix a Leak Week

All leaks in any part of your pluming system whether clean water or sanitary wastes are damaging to your home, possibly unhealthy and a waste of resources. If drain lines are leaking they are both a health and structural hazard. Typically these types of leaks are best left to an experienced person to repair. These leaks can be manifested by anything from dampness and discoloration to line breaks that spew waste every time a fixture is used. Clean water (aka domestic water) can manifest its...
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