Why Your Heater Is Shutting Off Before Reaching The Desired Temperature

Posted on: 12 December 2019

When you choose a setting on your thermostat, that's exactly how warm you expect your home to be. Unfortunately, there are a variety of issues can lead to insufficient heating. Know what some of the causes are for poor heating so that you can diagnose the problem and schedule a heating repair. Thermostat Issues A variety of issues with the thermostat can lead to insufficient heating. A malfunctioning thermostat, for example, may not be interfacing with the furnace properly or reading the air temperature correctly.
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What Every Homeowner Should Know About Avoiding Liquid Drain Cleaners

Posted on: 13 November 2019

As a homeowner, you may not realize that one of your go-to pipe treatments is actually one of the things that plumbers dread the most. Liquid drain cleaners, while they may seem to be a great solution, are actually a hazard in many ways. Here are a few things that you need to know about your home's bathroom plumbing and the use of liquid drain cleaners in the system.  Drain Cleaners Aren't Highly Effective
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Getting Your Home's AC Ready For The Winter

Posted on: 10 October 2019

Due to the fact that individuals will most often only need their air conditioning system during the summer months, it can be common for them to accidentally neglect these important systems during the winter months. As a result, they will often find that their AC system is suffering from malfunctions or damages when they start to need the system again. Winterize The Exterior AC Unit Before the cold winter months arrive, some time should be dedicated to preparing the air conditioning system for a long period of dormancy.
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Moving Into A New Home? What To Know About Your Air Conditioner

Posted on: 23 July 2019

When you move into a new home, taking a close look at your new air conditioner is probably not high on your priority list. However, making sure that you have a working air conditioner is key after you are settled in. This is especially important when heading into the warmer months of the year. Not taking a look at your new home's air conditioning system can mean it breaking or requiring replacement at an inopportune time.
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