Four Reasons For Rust In A Water Heater Tank

Posted on: 21 August 2020

Whether there is rusty orange colored water coming out of the hot water taps or you simply notice some rust or corrosion on the outside of the tank, prompt action is needed. Rust isn't common on water heaters, but it can happen. When it does, the problem needs to be quickly repaired or the tank replaced before a major leak occurs. The following are some of the reasons why a water heater may rust.
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Everyday Tools In The HVAC Tech's Toolbox For An Air Conditioner Replacement Job

Posted on: 31 July 2020

When most people think of an HVAC technician, they think of a person that uses a list of highly technical tools. However, when you bring in the aid of one of these professionals to help you with your air conditioning replacement, you may be a little surprised at just how basic some of the tools will be that they bring along.  A reciprocating saw may be used to create openings where needed.
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What To Do When Your Heating System Starts Blowing Cold Air

Posted on: 27 July 2020

When you turn on the heat during the cold season, you expect the system to blow warm air into your home. Therefore, if your furnace suddenly starts behaving like an air conditioner, you should be concerned. A properly functioning heating system should not blow cold air. If it does, there is something wrong with the components. Below are some of the checks you can perform to ascertain the cause of the malfunction.
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Furnace Problems And How To Get Them Repaired Before Winter

Posted on: 22 June 2020

Soon, summer will be over, and the weather will be getting colder. It is going to be time to turn the heating on, which can be a problem if there are problems with your furnace. Heating repairs will need to be done before winter. Furnaces can have different problems with the burner, heating elements, and electrical components. These may be the problems that need to be repaired before the winter months.
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