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Water Heater Maintenance Basics

Posted on: October 19, 2012

Regular maintenance for your water heater is a crucial part of keeping it running efficiently and economically. That’s why we recommend having an expert from R.S. Andrews perform a water heater inspection and tune-up annually – our experienced technicians can fix problems before they occur, and ensure that your system is well calibrated to provide…

Don’t Let Your Furnace Leave You Out in the Cold

Posted on: October 16, 2012

Last week we talked about ways Atlanta homeowners can get their plumbing systems ready for fall and winter, so today we thought we’d give you some insight into furnace maintenance and repair and why it’s so important. As the weather becomes colder, your furnace will take the lead in powering your home’s heating, so it’s…

Time to Check Those Pipes!

Posted on: October 12, 2012

Your Fall Plumbing Checklist Fall is here, and we just want to take the opportunity to remind Atlanta residents that fall is the time to get their plumbing ready for winter. Atlanta is nice and warm this weekend, but it won’t be long before your plumbing might be threatened by freezing temperatures, so R.S. Andrews…

Who’s Ready for Sweater Weather?

Posted on: October 9, 2012

For Atlanta residents, heating is something we only worry about for the few months out of the year when the weather isn’t hot and humid. The result is that many Atlanta residents are well-versed in all the tricks to get the most out of their air conditioning system but may know little about how to…

Does Waiting for Hot Water Get You Steamed? Go Tankless!

Posted on: October 2, 2012

Are you tired of standing around waiting for the water to warm up every time you take a shower, and then having to rush once the water is finally ready? Do you get sick of standing in the kitchen with your hand under the faucet, waiting for the water to get hot enough to wash…

How Bad is a Slab Leak?

Posted on: September 28, 2012

>A leak that occurs underneath your home’s foundation, called a “slab leak,” is a very serious problem. If the water pipes that are located under the “slab” of concrete that makes up your house’s foundation develop even minor cracks or holes, they can cause serious water damage to your property. If you have a slab…

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