Keeping Those Drains On Point

How To Remove A Toilet To Clear The Drain Pipe

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Your toddler has just achieved a goal that had proven insurmountable in past attempts. The apple of your eye has finally flushed something down the toilet that cannot be dislodged by a simple plunger. You must now remove the toilet to snake the drain to snag and remove the offending object. Removing as toilet is relatively simple, but not pleasant. Using a drain auger to snake the drain is the more odious (and odorous) task, and not for the faint of heart. Read More»

3 Tips For Maintaining Your HVAC System

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Your HVAC system may run well right now, but ignoring maintenance can cause the system to prematurely break down. Be sure to do these 3 things to keep your system running smoothly. Get An Inspection Before Winter If the HVAC system breaks down during the summer, you are not completely out of luck. You have options for cooling down your home during the summer, such as opening windows or running the air conditioning. Read More»

How Can You Tell Your AC Condenser Fan Is Failing

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If you have a central air conditioner, then you probably understand that the unit has a wide variety of parts and pieces. This is especially true when it comes to the outdoor condenser unit. Some of the parts inside the AC condenser help to keep the unit cool. This stops the unit from overheating and causing a serious malfunction. The AC condenser fan is one of the more important heat reduction parts. Read More»

Five Furnace Maintenance Tips For Handy Homeowners

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If you own a furnace but don’t know much about it, you may wonder if you need to call in a maintenance and repair expert for any maintenance issues or if you can do them yourself. And while it’s often best to have a professional, such as http://erickson-plumbingqc.com/, do repair work (especially major repair work), it’s also true that you can do minor maintenance work on the unit yourself between annual maintenance appointments. Read More»

Three Plumbing Mistakes To Avoid In Your Business's Restroom

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Plumbing is a necessary but often overlooked aspect of any small business. Whether your restrooms are employee-only or open to the public, it’s vital that you keep them in good working order. This is especially important if the restrooms are public since they are a component of your customer service experience. Know the following mistakes so that you can avoid them: #1: Ignoring or covering up foul odors Your bathroom shouldn’t have a lingering sewage odor for any reason. Read More»