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

Never Leave Furnace Repairs as Fall “To-Dos”!

Monday, March 4th, 2019

Furnace-standardThe end of winter is coming—yes, we all wish it would arrive a bit quicker, but once we enter March we are definitely on the, uhm, march toward warmer weather. This is a time when you’ll start thinking about preparing your home for spring and if your AC is ready for the heat of summer afterward.

However, please don’t leave your furnace alone during the last cold stretch of the season. If you have seen any signs from your furnace that it isn’t working right, call for heating repair in Doylestown, PA from our technicians. It’s never a wise idea to delay having furnace malfunctions professionally fixed. If you choose to leave it for your fall “to-do” list because the furnace is soon going to shut off, it can lead to trouble.

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Low Water Pressure in Your Home—Possible Reasons

Monday, December 24th, 2018

faucet-drippingThe water pressure in your home’s plumbing system is probably something you assume will always remain the same. When you turn on the shower, run the kitchen faucet, or use a hose in the backyard, you expect the water to come out with enough force to be useful.

But nothing is guaranteed when it comes to water pressure. You may discover one day the water is only trickling from the showerhead, making your daily shower much more difficult. Cleaning the dishes in the kitchen sink becomes tough as well with low water pressure. What could be causing this, and does it mean you should call for a Doylestown, PA plumber?

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Heating Maintenance and Your Equipment Warranty: What You Need to Know

Monday, November 26th, 2018

calendar-scheduling-bookFall is when we stress regular maintenance for home heating equipment. No matter if you use a furnace, boiler, or heat pump to stay comfortable during the winter, that heating system needs to have professionals inspect and tune it up before the serious cold arrives. The best way to take care of this is to sign up for a regular maintenance agreement.

This is sometimes confusing to homeowners, who think that as long as their equipment is under warranty, that it’s the same thing as a maintenance agreement. We want to go into this issue a little deeper to help you better understand your HVAC system’s warranty and the importance of routine maintenance.

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Tips on Getting Your Heating Ready for Winter

Monday, October 15th, 2018

gas-burnerHeating season is here! Before you don your favorite sweater and go find some leaves to jump in, though, you should make sure that your home is ready for the heating season. There are a lot of different ways that you can do this, but today we’re going to cover the parts that we can help you with! Have a look below at some of the best ways you can make sure that your home is warm and cozy over the next few months.

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AC Noises That Should Prompt a Technician Visit

Monday, October 1st, 2018

AC-unitsAs we wind down from the summer season, it’s important to make sure that your air conditioner is in good shape before you turn it off for the rest of the year. If your system has any problems, you’re going to want to have them dealt with now, rather than at the start of the next summer season. There are many indications that your air conditioning system might be struggling, but the easiest to identify are often strange noises coming from the unit. Let’s go over some common unusual noises below, and the problems they indicate.

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How to Keep Your Plumbing System Healthy

Monday, September 17th, 2018

PlumberPlumbing issues can vary pretty widely in both effects and severity. One thing that’s fairly common across all plumbing problems, though, is how difficult they can be to detect without professional training and equipment. Because it can be tough to isolate plumbing issues early, it’s often very costly to keep the plumbing system in good health over the years. There are bound to be issues, and those issues are bound to cause damage if left alone for long enough. So, what are you supposed to do about it? Well, you can start by following the tips below.

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Now Might be a Good Time to Install a Ductless System

Monday, June 11th, 2018

Ductless-InstallationSummer is here. Do you have your air conditioning situation in order? Most people just need to schedule preventive maintenance during the spring to get their systems ready for the summer season. For some, though, no amount of maintenance is sufficient to keep the system functioning for another season. If you’re one of those people who is looking for a brand new air conditioning system, you have a number of great options to choose from. Let’s have a look at ductless mini splits, and how installing one might benefit you this season.

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Do You Know How to Tell if Your Plumbing System has a Leak?

Monday, March 19th, 2018

Burst-PipePlumbing systems can be tough to keep in good shape. Sure, annual maintenance does a pretty good job of keeping everything in order. No amount of maintenance can guarantee that the system will be protected from issues, though. You still need to know the signs that your plumbing system is experiencing some sort of problem, so that you can call for professional services as soon as possible. One of the most common plumbing issues is leaking, so for this post we’re going to focus on that. Read on for more information on how to tell if your plumbing system has a leak.

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Indications That You Need a Water Treatment System

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

waterIf you get your water from the city water main, you probably know that it goes through a treatment plant before it reaches your home. All kinds of harmful elements and germs can be found in natural water, which is what the treatment plant is there to remove. Now, some cities are better about removing contaminants than others. No city, though, can completely remove all potentially harmful materials from its water supply. There is always a chance that some trace particles will escape the treatment process, and end up in your home.

If you really want to protect your water supply from these kinds of contaminants, the best thing to do is to install a water treatment system. Some plumbing systems need whole house water treatment systems more than others, especially if they are experiencing symptoms like those listed below.

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Call for Repairs if Your Air Conditioner is Making These Noises

Monday, July 10th, 2017

AC-FanSummer is the most stressful time of year for air conditioning systems. More demand on the air conditioner means more wear and tear, which means a higher chance for problems to develop. As you rely on your air conditioner to keep cool over the next several months, you need to keep an eye out for any signs that the system is in need of repairs. One of the easiest ways to tell that your air conditioner is experiencing issues is the presence of unusual noises. Call for repairs if your air conditioner is making noises like those listed below.

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