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The Best Ways to Increase Furnace Lifespan

Monday, March 27, 2017
The Best Ways to Increase Furnace Lifespan

Look at the price tags for new furnaces. It is a significant investment for your home, even if you do not think about it very much. With these four tips, you can improve the output of your furnace and ensure that it will work more efficiently for longer. ...

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P-traps…what you need to know

Monday, March 20, 2017
P-traps…what you need to know

P-traps…they’re so common, yet so misunderstood, and so necessary. Let’s look at where they are, what they do, and how we can maintain them. ...

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Why Is My Toilet Leaking?

Monday, March 13, 2017
Why Is My Toilet Leaking?

You go into the bathroom and realize there is about an inch of water on the floor. With these tips, you can figure out if the toilet is causing the flood. Here's how to identify possible sources of the leak, and what to do once you know. ...

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Why is My Furnace Constantly Cycling?

Monday, February 27, 2017
Why is My Furnace Constantly Cycling?

Unless you just turned up the thermostat several degrees, your furnace should turn on and off at a regular interval to keep your home at an appropriate temperature. If your furnace seems to be cycling much more than normal, or more than it should, you may need furnace repair.  ...

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How to Choose the Right Air Filter for Your Home

Monday, February 20, 2017
How to Choose the Right Air Filter for Your Home

It used to be, that when someone asked me which air filter was the best air filter…I would go into a long monologue about filter choices, media choices, Electronic Air Cleaner pluses and minuses, Electro-Static Air Filters, U.V. lights, etc. It was almost always a very long conversation because it’s an important and extensive field, with lots of variables and things to consider; or so I thought. ...

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Why Isn't My Water Heating Working?

Monday, February 13, 2017
Why Isn't My Water Heating Working?

You turn on the hot water, expecting it to warm up quickly. All you get is a stream of ice-cold water. These troubleshooting tips help you determine what might be going wrong, and when you may need water heater repair to fix it. ...

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Why is My Furnace Leaking?

Monday, January 23, 2017
Why is My Furnace Leaking?

When your furnace generates heat to send through your home, it creates condensation that is normally removed from the home through a condensate drain line. If something goes wrong, your furnace may start leaking water. Here's how to tell what is going on, and when to call for furnace repair.  ...

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Is My Water Heater Going to Explode?

Monday, January 09, 2017
Is My Water Heater Going to Explode?

Water seems like one of the safest things you could have in your home. The truth, however, is that the equipment you use to heat water and send it throughout your home requires careful attention to avoid becoming a serious hazard. Here are a two common signs that you need water heater repair immediately, before you risk an explosion. ...

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Should I Invest in a Maintenance Plan?

Monday, December 26, 2016
Should I Invest in a Maintenance Plan?

Everyone knows that preventative maintenance is the key to preserving the efficiency and longevity of machinery. People make every effort to make sure their car's oil is changed regularly and the tires are rotated on time. A home's air conditioning, plumbing, and heating systems are similar. Routine maintenance is essential for making sure that these systems are running when they are needed most; however, many people are discouraged by some of the costs associated with maintaining these systems. For people wondering whether a maintenance plan for their home heating, plumbing, and cooling systems are necessary, check out some of the important details regarding these plans.  ...

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How Inefficient are Electric Baseboards? You might be shocked!

Wednesday, December 14, 2016
How Inefficient are Electric Baseboards? You might be shocked!

About 50% of all the homes in the U.S. heat with Natural Gas. The next most common source of heating (in about 35% of all U.S. homes) according to the last census is some sort of electric heat. ‘Resistance Baseboard Electric’ heat is a very common and tempting choice for people who need to build cheaply, or add a little heat to a newly finished or remodeled room, because the ‘upfront’ cost of the Electric Baseboard Units is so cheap compared to other heating systems. However, the U.S. Dept. of Energy says that Resistance Baseboard Heat actually turns out to be one of the most expensive ways to heat your home…both financially and in what we have to sacrifice and live with; for many different reasons1...

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The Best Ways to Increase Furnace Lifespan

Monday, March 27, 2017
The Best Ways to Increase Furnace Lifespan

Look at the price tags for new furnaces. It is a significant investment for your home, even if you do not think about it very much. With these four tips, you can improve the output of your furnace and ensure that it will work more efficiently for longer. ...

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