What is Backflow Testing, and Why Does it Matter?

May 22nd, 2015

Have you ever noticed water coming back up out of your drains? Not a clog, where water just refuses to drain, but a situation where water is actively flowing backwards through the system.

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Air Conditioner Parts: The Compressor

May 11th, 2015

The greatest amount of interaction that most homeowners tend to have with their air conditioners is when they adjust the temperature on the thermostat. While this isn’t a bad thing (that’s what the thermostat is there for, after all) it often means that homeowners are unaware of how their air conditioners actually work.

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Signs That You Have a Drain Problem

May 4th, 2015

The first sign that most homeowners notice that their drains need a plumber is when they clog up. While that is certainly a good reason to call a plumber to examine your drain, it is far from the only reason.

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How Can I Tell When to Replace My Air Conditioner?

April 27th, 2015

Summer is coming, and now is the time to ensure that your air conditioning system is ready for the oncoming heat. If your air conditioner doesn’t look like it’s going to make it through another summer, you’re going to want to replace it now, before the days start heating up.

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Why You Should Get Your Ducts Repaired Before Summer Starts

April 20th, 2015

Summer is almost here, and soon you’ll be revving up your air conditioning system on an almost daily basis. While you’ve probably already made certain that your air conditioner is in good condition, and ready to face the hot season, you may not have considered the huge impact that ductwork has on your indoor climate.

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Why You Should Schedule Preventive Air Conditioning Maintenance this Spring

April 13th, 2015

You may have heard it said that if you want to save some money, don’t bother calling a professional about your air conditioner unless you know there’s a problem with it. While this may seem like wise advice, it can actually end up costing you quite a bit more in the long run.

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How Hard Water Can Destroy Your Plumbing

April 13th, 2015

Before the water that you use in your home comes out of your tap, it is treated by the city you live in. Any harmful chemicals or minerals are removed, then the water is sent into your home.

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2 Signs that You’ve got a Sewer Problem

April 6th, 2015

Everyone has had a drain clog up on them. It’s frustrating, and occasionally a pain to fix, but at least it’s a pretty obvious problem.

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Air Conditioning Repair Needs to Take Care of in the Spring

April 3rd, 2015

The spring weather is so pleasant that, chances are, your air conditioning system is not something you think much about. Because you’re not running your air conditioning system frequently, it may seem as though you can put off AC repair for a while longer.

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Plumbing Services You May Need to Schedule Today

April 2nd, 2015

Your plumbing pipes are concealed from view, which is quite a relief to anyone who does not want to think about where their wastewater goes after it drains. However, because the most intricate parts of our plumbing systems are concealed, some homeowners may neglect to schedule plumbing services that could really benefit their homes and pipes and give them a little peace of mind over the state of their plumbing.

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