Water Heater Problems You May Face During The Summer

Posted on: 27 May 2020
There are a number of plumbing problems that you can encounter during the summertime. For example, there is a chance that your water heater may fail on you due to the fact that it will be working overtime. Unfortunately, this can be extremely inconvenient on your part, particularly if you are already running late because your alarm didn't go off and you end up having to take a cold shower. Here are a few water heater problems you may face this summer that will likely require professional repairs.
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Four HVAC Repair And Maintenance Tips For Pet Owners

Posted on: 24 April 2020
Pets bring a lot of joy to their families, but they can also lead to more work. Pet hair, in particular, can lead your HVAC system to work harder in order to keep your home at a comfortable temperature. The good news is that you can counteract some of the stress on the system caused by your pets by using the following HVAC repair and maintenance tips. Tip 1: Practice Proper Filter Hygiene
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A Quick Look At How A Water-Purifying Reverse Osmosis System Is Installed

Posted on: 23 March 2020
If you're concerned about the quality of water in your home, you may be comparing water filtration methods. One of the most effective and convenient ways to filter the water you drink and use for cooking is a reverse osmosis system that's installed under your kitchen sink. Here's a look at how a reverse osmosis system works and how a plumber installs it. How Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration Works Reverse osmosis is a filtration system that utilizes a membrane that blocks contaminants from coming out of the drinking water tap.
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Your AC May Need A New Evaporator Coil And UV Light To Get Foul Odors Under Control

Posted on: 13 February 2020
If you've been smelling a musty odor in your home and you can't track down the source, it's time to consider your HVAC system. Next time your AC turns on, notice if the musty odor gets stronger. If it does, your air conditioner may have dirty sock syndrome. This condition is caused by a buildup of dirt, bacteria, or mold on the evaporator coils. Here are the repairs your AC may need to get rid of the odor for good.
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