3 Heating System Improvements to Help Combat Cold and Flu Season

Monday, November 30th, 2015

During the cold and flu season, you want to do everything you can to prevent illness and keep your family members as healthy as possible. And one of the easy ways to make your home a healthier environment to be in is to change your air filter. A dirty filter affects your air quality and the performance of your heating system. Change your air filter each month to keep your family healthy and comfortable.

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Preventing Frozen Pipes: Keep Your Plumbing Protected!

Wednesday, November 25th, 2015

One concern that many homeowners in colder climates have to worry about is frozen water pipes. Freezing pipes can burst, either due to the expansion of water within them or the rush of water pressure when they begin to thaw. This can result in thousands of dollars in repairs in some cases. Prevent pipes from freezing in the first place by flowing our guide.

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3 Heating Issues You Shouldn’t Ignore

Monday, November 23rd, 2015

We know that life gets busy, and that taking care of minor issues with your heating system isn’t always at the top of your to-do list. But if you notice any of the following issues with your heater, we recommend addressing them as soon as you possibly can. Take a look at some seemingly “minor” heating issues, and why they may actually be a bigger deal than you think.

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Do You Have Hard Water?

Monday, November 16th, 2015

Hard water is present in the majority of plumbing systems across the U.S. Just the sound of the term “hard water” may seem as though it is a dangerous problem for a water supply to have, but all in all, hard water shouldn’t affect your health. However, hard water can have a major impact on your plumbing system, and it can make your life a little more difficult when the problem gets out of control.

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Common Water Heater Issues: There’s No Hot Water!

Monday, November 9th, 2015

You usually plan to start or end your day with a warm shower, so a lack of hot water can be rather jarring. If you’re wondering why your hot water heater has suddenly stopped doing its job, we may have the answer for you in today’s guide—but you’ll need a technician to tell you for sure.

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Do My Pipes Need to Be Replaced?

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

All homeowners eventually have to make financial decisions for the good of their homes that may not have been worked into the budget at first, but which can protect them from financial burden and a major hassle in the future. One such situation occurs when you run into trouble with the pipes. While this won’t always indicate the need for plumbing replacement, it’s often better for the well-being of your home and your family members. How can you tell when it’s time for your older pipes to go?

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