Maintaining Your HVAC System: What Should Be Included In Regular Maintenance

Posted on: 23 November 2015
Keeping your HVAC running smoothly means having regular maintenance performed. This will ensure that your heat works in the winter and that your AC keeps you cool in the summer. While your HVAC repair person has probably told you how important regular maintenance is, you might not know what it includes. Here are a few things you should make sure your HVAC repair person does when performing an inspection and maintenance call.
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4 Possible Reasons Why Your Water Heater Is Not Producing Hot-Enough Water

Posted on: 6 November 2015
You've probably always enjoyed hot showers and hot dishwater without thinking much about it. However, if your water heater lets you down and does not produce hot-enough water for you and your family, you and your loved ones are sure to feel the difference. There are actually quite a few things that can cause your water heater to not produce hot-enough water or to not produce hot water at all. These are a few potential issues.
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Ask Yourself These 3 Questions When Renting A Dumpster

Posted on: 16 October 2015
Beginning a remodeling project can be overwhelming. You are busy trying to figure out the specifics of what you need to get everything done in the shortest amount of time for the least amount of money. While some things might be obvious, others tend to be a little more confusing. Whenever remodeling your home, you need to make sure you have a dumpster on hand to dispose of all your materials properly.
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Two Ways To Tell If You Have Hard Water

Posted on: 22 September 2015
Hard water is not something that most people think about.  Water seems to be a fluid substance that is only hard if it is blasted out of a faucet at an extreme level.  However, even without a blaster, it is entirely possible for you to have hard water that is causing undue damage that will end up costing you in the long run.  Hard water contains minerals that can eventually harden in your pipes.
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