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3 Ways to Make Sure Your Furnace is Short-Lived

February 19th, 2018

FurnaceThere are right and wrong ways to take care of your furnace if you want to last as long as possible. Most of the time, we talk about all the things that you should be doing to keep your furnace in top condition as long as you can. Today, though, we’d like to cover some of the things you should do if you want to waste your system’s life and replace it as early as possible. Let’s begin.

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What Heater Type Should I Install This Season?

February 5th, 2018

FurnaceThe middle of winter is a pretty inconvenient time to have to install a new heating system in your home. No one likes to be without heat for any length of time during the coldest months of the year. Still, sometimes you don’t have a choice. Maybe your current heating system just isn’t up to the task of heating your home anymore, or you’re moving into an entirely new home and you don’t have a heater yet. Regardless, here are some possible options for installing a new heater this season.

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Why Your Water Heater Output is Low

January 22nd, 2018

tank-water-heaterTaking cold showers might be good for bragging rights, but it’s kind of a horrible thing to do to yourself if you don’t need to. Even people who enjoy a cold shower every once in a while probably wouldn’t want that to be their only option when it came to washing up. If your water heater doesn’t seem moved by the muse of water heating to provide you with a warm shower, you probably have a problem. Read on to find out why your water heater output is low.

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Be Careful of These Furnace Issues

January 8th, 2018

gas-furnaceWinter is the time of year when furnaces are placed under the most pressure, which also makes it the time of year when those systems are most likely to develop problems. Considering the record low temperatures we’re currently experiencing across the country, you need to be especially vigilant for any signs that your furnace is having trouble this winter. Make sure that you familiarize yourself with the issues below, and the symptoms that indicate a need for furnace repairs.

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Water Heater Issues to be Aware of

December 25th, 2017

tank-water-heaterWater heaters don’t get put under added stress during the winter, the way heaters do. Still, you should keep a sharp eye out for any problems that may develop with the system throughout the year. As is the case with any other home system, the faster you can identify issues, the faster you can have them repaired and the better off your water heater will be. Have a look at a few of the more common issues that are known to afflict water heaters, and what you can do about it.

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Now is The Time for Heating Maintenance

December 11th, 2017

heat-pump-maintenanceHey, you know what would be terribly inconvenient? Having your heating system break down in the middle of winter. You know what’s fairly likely to happen in some fashion if you don’t do anything about it? Having your heater break down in the middle of winter.

The best way to make sure that this does not happen is to schedule preventive maintenance for your heater, regardless of what kind you’re using. Preventive maintenance doesn’t guarantee that you won’t have problems, nor does going without it guarantee that you will. However, preventive maintenance is a great way to lower the chances of problems developing as much as possible.

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Should I Replace My Heater This Fall?

November 27th, 2017

gas-burnerThe very last thing you want to happen this winter is to have your heating system break down on you. Nobody relishes the thought of going without heat during a cold winter season, after all. So, if your heating system is unable to get you through the coming winter for whatever reason, now might be a good time to install a new system. If you’re not sure whether or not you should replace your heating system this season, have a look at a few of the signs that you should at least consider it.

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When to Replace Your Water Heater

November 13th, 2017

water-heater-installationWater heaters last quite a while, with proper care and maintenance. They won’t last forever, though, which means that sooner or later you’re going to have to replace yours. If you’re not sure whether or not your water heater can survive another year, have a look at some of the symptoms below. Each water heater is a bit different, and you should consult with a professional before making any significant decisions about replacing the system. Still, these will help you get started.

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Options to Consider with Bathroom Remodeling

October 30th, 2017

luxury-bathroomThe bathroom is one of the rooms in the house that few people ever think too much about, but on which everyone relies on a daily basis. Think about it. How many times a day do you use the bathroom without really paying attention to the room itself? Most people have simply gotten to the point where they take it for granted. Because of this, they don’t realize some of the ways that they could actually significantly improve both the aesthetics and the operation of the room. Have a look at some of the options you can use to take advantage of bathroom plumbing.

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What You Need to Know About Maintaining Your Water Line

October 16th, 2017

water-lineWhether you get your water from the city in which you live, or from some other source, all water that flows into your home moves through the water line. If the water line is in poor condition, the rest of your plumbing system will suffer as well. Obviously, you don’t want your entire plumbing system to start malfunctioning. So, the thing to do is to make sure that your water line stays in good condition. Read on to find out more about how to maintain your water line.

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