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3 Reasons To Invest In Timely Furnace Repairs

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When the cold season sets in, you need an effective heating system to keep your loved ones and house warm to prevent winter-related illnesses, burst pipes, and other problems in your home. Therefore, you have to ensure that your furnace is functioning to its fullest potential to prevent inconveniences when winter commences. If your residential furnace is struggling to keep your house warm, you should have it inspected and repaired by an experienced heating system repair professional as soon as possible. Read More»

3 Common Plumbing Emergencies, And How You Should React

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Indoor plumbing is one of the most valuable amenities in modern homes. Your plumbing system is a benefit when it is working properly, but that same plumbing system can become a source of stress when it malfunctions. All homeowners will face plumbing problems at some point. Learn how to react to some common plumbing emergencies now so that you will be prepared to minimize the damage these emergencies cause in the future. Read More»

Troubleshooting Point-Of-Use Hot Water Loss

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There are two types of hot water loss. There is an overall service issue, usually with the water heater, that results in no hot water or greatly reduced amounts of hot water at every tap in the home. The other type is point-of-use loss, which means only a single faucet, shower head, or tap is without hot water. Troubleshooting point-of-use hot water loss can be a bit more challenging. Signs of Point-of-Use Hot Water Loss Read More»

Signs That It Is Time to Replace the Anode Rods in Your Water Heater

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Most households rely on their home’s water heater many times a day. Since replacing a traditional tank water heater can be quite expensive, it is natural to want to ensure that your water heater lasts for as long as possible. One way to extend the life of your water heater is by ensuring that the anode rods inside the tank are in good condition. Anode rods are made of different types of metal that are designed to corrode faster than the steel used to make water heater tanks. Read More»