4 Tips for Keeping Your Plumbing in Good Shape

Posted on: 11 January 2018

One of the things you will want to do to assist in making your life less stressful is keeping the plumbing in your home in excellent condition. The last issue you will want to wake up to is not having water when you will need it on a daily basis. This makes it necessary to know specific tips that will be helpful in reducing your plumbing woes and keeping this critical component in your house in great shape.
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How To Maintain A Healthier Furnace

Posted on: 26 November 2017

The efficiency of your furnace is something that is vital to the heating and air conditioning of your home. While most people associate furnace with heating, it is important to realize that is also linked to most central air conditioning systems. When the air conditioning is running, the furnace is often responsible for pumping air from the heat pump, and into the duct system. So, keeping a clean furnace is going to help keep both your heating and air conditioning functions more efficient.
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Programmable Or Smart: Which Thermostat Option Will Best Control Your Home's Temperature?

Posted on: 10 October 2017

With the changing of seasons quickly approaching, now is a perfect time to think about updating your thermostat. Updating your old thermostat not only ensures you will not have a malfunction that can lead to a home that is too cold, but it can also help you save significant money on your electricity bill. The last thing you want to do is step on ice cold floors in the morning. Why not get a thermostat that will automatically warm your home so that you will avoid any discomfort?
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Leaky Water Heaters: Where Is The Water Coming From?

Posted on: 20 January 2017

Finding a puddle of water on the floor by your hot water heater can be disheartening. Your first thought is probably that it's time to replace the water heater. But while this is sometimes the case, there are many times when all you need is a quick repair. The key is to first determine where, exactly, the water is coming from. Here are the most likely culprits. The T&P Valve
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