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Installing A New Air Conditioning System? 3 Decisions To Make

Air conditioning systems will work for years with no significant issues. However, eventually, wear and tear will become apparent, and replacement will be on the horizon. If your current system is not working as efficiently as it did in the past or if you are continually seeking out repairs, it's probably time to look into installing a new system. If you are looking into a new air conditioning installation, here are three decisions you will need to make. Read More 

3 Reasons Your Heating System Is Making Noises

As a homeowner, you may be well aware of the fact that your furnace does not make a lot of noise when it is running. It is designed this way. However, what you may not realize is that as the system ages, it may begin to make some noises. When units create noise, it's usually because they require heating repairs. In some cases, these noises may be indicative of the need for a complete heating system replacement. Read More 

Tips For Hiring Home Plumbing Services

A big portion of being a homeowner means learning how to take care of your plumbing systems. The plumbing decisions that you make will help you to save money and also more easily direct the use of water in your household. Your choice of plumbing services will take some research and consistency. This article will show you how to make the right plumbing decisions for your household.  Learn about plumbing parts and not just service Read More 

Common AC Issues And Ways To Address Them

AC units are effective at providing cool air in homes, but they won't work great forever. You will experience issues that warrant your attention. Here are some of the more common and ways to address them in an effective manner. Dirty Air Filter After a couple of months, the air filter will get dirty. It will then not work as great and this can lead to poor cooling performance. You don't have to be an HVAC expert to deal with a dirty air filter, though. Read More 

Typical Causes Of Pilot Light Problems

Few things are as frustrating as trying to use a furnace whose pilot light keeps going off or can't light up. Below are common issues that can trigger such problems. Dirt and Corrosion Buildup The pilot light has a small orifice at its tip. The gas that keeps the pilot light burning flows through this orifice. Over time, debris or corrosion can clog the orifice and reduce its effective diameter. The clogging decreases the volume of gas passing through the orifice, which affects the efficiency of the pilot light. Read More