Furnace Noises: What Could They Mean?

Posted on: 20 December 2016

With the cold season underway, now would be a good time to give your furnace a closer look. An inspection by a qualified contractor can help minimize the possibility of fuel inefficiency, malfunctions and insufficient heating in the dead of winter, ensuring your home stays comfy and your energy bills remain reasonable. A visual inspection is always great, but sometimes, you don't need a closer look to know there is a problem.
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3 Steps To Take If You Experience A Plumbing Leak In Your Home

Posted on: 25 November 2015

Plumbing leaks can occur at any time and with any pipe in your house. When this happens, you might instantly panic and not know what to do. There may be nothing you can do to stop the damage that is already done, but there are several things you should do to stop any more damage from occurring. Here are three tips to help you take the right steps if you experience a major plumbing leak in your house.
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Ways To Conserve Water With Your Plumber's Help

Posted on: 13 August 2015

Even if you don't live in a hot, dry state like Nevada or Arizona, you should be concerned about water use. Conserving water can not only save you money, but also help the environment. Some new, simple ideas for water conservation in your home have emerged recently, so read on for ways that your plumber can help you to conserve water use. Tankless Systems While traditional hot water systems allow heated water to sit in a tank until needed, these new "
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How To Avoid Clogged Drains

Posted on: 10 August 2015

While clogged drains are sometimes unavoidable, there are some actions you can take to minimize the number of clogs. This includes keeping major clog producers out of your drains as much as possible. These include: Hair Hair is the primary clogged of bathroom drains. While single hairs don't present a problem, an accumulation of hair can form a nearly indestructible clump that gathers additional materials, such as soap and toothpaste, to produce an impenetrable clog.
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