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What’s The Difference Between Plumbing Pipes? Which Should You Have In Your Home?

Posted on: December 21, 2019

Not all plumbing pipes in your home are the same. Do you know the differences? Copper Plumbing Pipes Copper pipes have long been considered the standard in the industry. Because they offer durability and reliability, they have been used in construction for many years. They provide superior corrosion resistance, and work well for both hot…

Have You Tested Your Sump Pump This Year?

Posted on: December 20, 2019

Are you ready for another year of crazy weather? 2018 brought in the second wettest year on record with just over 70 inches of rain. 2019 has been dryer. But with a 30 year average of close to 50 inches a year, it’s safe to say we’ll have plenty of rainy days in our future.…

How To Read Residential Electric and Gas Meters

Posted on: December 18, 2019

Have you ever had a jump in your utility bill and wondered why? Do you know how to read your residential electric and gas meters? It can help you determine how efficient you are with your energy usage. It can also alert you to discrepancies between what you’re charged and what you actually used. First,…

What Is Short Cycling? How Do You Prevent It?

Posted on: December 16, 2019

Have you noticed a change in the way your HVAC equipment operates? Does it seem like your furnace or air conditioner turns on and off all the time? It might be short cycling. Short cycling happens when a furnace or air conditioner frequently cycles through its operation and terminates prematurely.  Something is interrupting the “normal”…

Can You Clean Flexible Ducts?

Posted on: December 14, 2019

What are ducts made of? In most cases, when you think of ductwork, you tend to think of metal ducts (also known as rigid or hard ducts) placed throughout your home. But metal ducts don’t always work for every situation. That’s when flexible ducts are installed. Flexible ducts are used when metal ducts can’t reach…

Why Is There A Sewer Smell In My Basement?

Posted on: December 12, 2019

What’s that smell? Why does it smell like a sewer as you walk down into your basement? Nothing can be more gut-wrenching than thinking sewer waste may be backing up into your home. That can involve a whole host of remediation needs, costing you both in expense and time for recovery. Even if it smells…

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