Carney Plumbing Heating & Cooling Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Ambler’

Options to Consider with Bathroom Remodeling

Monday, 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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The Pros and Cons of Different Drain Cleaning Methods

Monday, August 7th, 2017

drain-cleaningThere are two things that you need to know about drain cleaning. The first thing is that it’s necessary to keep your drain and sewer system in good condition. You should be scheduling cleaning for your drain and sewer system at least once every year. This prevents clogs from forming, removes any blockages that might already be present in the system, and generally keeps things flowing smoothly.

The second thing that you need to know about drain cleaning is that you should always have a professional handle it for you. Store bought drain cleaners are effective, but the reason they are is because they use lots of corrosive chemicals. Aside from being potentially dangerous to handle, these chemicals corrode the very pipes that they’re supposed to be helping, causing them to require replacement potentially years sooner than they otherwise would have.

Professional plumbers use non-corrosive methods for drain cleaning, which is why it’s a good idea to trust them to take care of yours. If you’re curious about the specific techniques used for professional drain cleaning, take a look below.

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Watch Out for These Air Conditioning Problems

Monday, May 29th, 2017

air-conditioning-repairIf there’s a single time when it’s most inconvenient for an air conditioner to break down, it’s in the middle of summer. Unfortunately, that’s exactly when most air conditioning problems occur. The higher demand you place on your air conditioner during the summer months makes it more likely for various issues to crop up. If you want to limit the amount of damage your system can take from any possible problems, you need to be able to catch them early. The best way to do that is to know which symptoms indicate an issue with your air conditioner.

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It’s Time for Spring AC Maintenance Again

Monday, March 6th, 2017

We’ve got a few weeks of cold weather left before the days start to warm up, but it’s time that you start looking ahead as far as maintenance concerns go. You’re going to be relying on your air conditioner to keep you cool before you know it, and that means scheduling preventive maintenance for it within the next couple of weeks. If you don’t schedule maintenance for your air conditioning system before summer, you’re taking on more risk of problems developing.

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The Advantages of Installing a Geothermal System

Monday, January 9th, 2017

If you’re looking for a new heating system in the middle of winter, chances are you’re in a bit of a hurry. Either your current heating system is in the process of breaking down, or has already given up the ghost entirely. In your rush to restore heating to your home, though, it’s important that you don’t overlook systems that might fit your needs better than just installing any system that fits. Geothermal heating is one of those systems that you should consider.

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Don’t Forget About Your Indoor Air Quality This Winter

Monday, December 12th, 2016

Heating tends to be a top priority during the winter, but it shouldn’t be emphasized over other home issues. For example, indoor air quality has a huge effect on both the health and comfort of the people inside the home. If you want to be as comfortable as possible this winter, you should take steps to keep your indoor air quality high.

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How Short Cycling Threatens Your Furnace

Monday, December 5th, 2016

If you notice your furnace turning itself on and off every couple of minutes this winter, don’t ignore it. That behavior is called short cycling, and it is a major threat to the health of your system. If the problem is not solved as quickly as possible, it can cause all kinds of issues up to and including full breakdowns. Let’s take a look at why short cycling happens, and why you need to have it repaired as quickly as possible.

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Problems That Require Drain Cleaning

Monday, October 31st, 2016

You probably don’t think about your drains too much, but it’s still important that you get the right professional services for them on a regular basis. If you don’t maintain your drains, you’re setting yourself up for all kinds of problems in the future. Let’s take a look at some of the more common problems that can need to be dealt with using drain cleaning.

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Look Out for These Ductless Problems

Monday, October 3rd, 2016

We’re coming to the end of summer, and before long most people will be shutting down their air conditioners in favor of their heating systems. If you’re using a ductless system, though, you’re going to be running it throughout the winter as well. That means that you still need to be on the lookout for any ductless problems that might crop up. Let’s take a look at some of the different problems that can afflict your ductless system, and how you can identify them.

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How to Stop Your Toilet from Overflowing

Monday, September 26th, 2016

Okay, so your toilet won’t stop flushing water into the bowl, causing it to back up and eventually start overflowing. Before you do anything else to deal with the problem, the first thing you need to do is not panic. With some quick reactions and a cool head, you can prevent most of the damage that toilet overflows can cause. Read on to find out what to do when your toilet is overflowing.

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