Video Pipe Inspection: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 3 July 2019

When there is a problem with your plumbing, it can be a frustrating time. What makes it even worse is when you do not know where the problem is. If this happens, you should have a video pipe inspection. A video inspection can easily detect leaks and clogs in places where you would otherwise not be able to see. The following are some things you should know about video pipe inspection.
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3 Tips For Having Your Water Heater Repaired Right Away

Posted on: 3 July 2019

If you are having problems with your water heater, then you probably want to get it fixed as soon as you can. After all, you and your family cannot take hot showers, wash dishes, or otherwise use hot water in your home if your water heater is not working. To hopefully get your water heater back up and running right away, try these tips. 1. Call a Same-Day Water Heater Repair Service
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Choosing A New Hot Water Heater For Your Home

Posted on: 2 July 2019

Heating the water in your home can be done in several different ways. Whole house water heating is commonly done with a hot water heater or a boiler system. Both methods are extremely effective and which one you use for your home is a decision you should make after looking at all your options. Electric Water Heaters One of the most common water heaters used in homes is an electric hot water heater that has a tank to store water, one or two heating elements, and a controller that works to cycle the heat on and off to keep the water in the tank hot throughout the day.
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4 Reasons Your Air Conditioner Is Blowing Hot Air

Posted on: 2 July 2019

People rely on their air conditioners to keep them cool, when temperatures rise. If your air conditioner is doing the opposite by blowing hot air into your house, that's an obvious cause for concern. There isn't always one reason that this malfunction occurs. Here are four reasons your air conditioner might be blowing hot air: 1. The exhaust vent is blocked. Air conditioners work by cooling the air in your home and blowing hot air out the window.
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