How To Test The Pressure Valve On Your Water Heater And When To Have It Replaced

24 June 2019
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When you have your water heater serviced, one thing the plumber may do is check the safety valve on the tank. This valve should always be operational so pressure can bleed off. This is a safety measure that keeps the tank from rupturing or exploding. You should also check the valve occasionally to make sure it's working and call a plumber to replace the valve when it's damaged or broken. Here are some things to know about the pressure valve on your hot water heater. Read More 

Need A New Air Conditioner? 3 Things To Keep In Mind

20 May 2019
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Your air conditioning system is a key part of keeping your home safe and comfortable during the hotter months of the year. However, chances are when it comes to your air conditioner that you don't give it much thought unless it is in need of repair or replacement. The average air conditioning system lasts between 15 and 20 years. If you have an older system or a system that breaks frequently, you will want to consider replacement. Read More 

4 Reasons Why Your AC Unit May Be Blowing Warm Air

16 April 2019
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You may like your coffee warm and your bed warm when you go to sleep at night, but the last thing that you want is for your central air conditioning unit to be blowing warm air when you are trying to cool down. If your AC unit is starting to blow warmer and warmer air or if the air that is coming out of it just isn't cold, then you may need to call an air conditioning repair company. Read More 

Have A Cabin In The Woods? How To Keep It Warm

15 February 2019
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Having a cabin in the woods is a great thing to have if you want to escape the busy, hectic life that the city brings along with it. If this is your first winter at your cabin, you may be worried about how on earth you are going to stay warm — especially if temperatures get really cold and snowy outside. From wood burning stoves to furnace installation, this article will list a few different options for you to choose from. Read More 

How To Keep Your Basement Warm During The Winter

15 January 2019
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If you have a basement where you and your family spend a lot of time in during the winter, then it may be a little bit cooler than other parts of your house. Because basements are naturally colder and don't' retain heat as well because they are underground, this article has a few different tips to make sure that you and your guests stay warm in your basement this year. Are you ready to learn more? Read More