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The Benefit Of A Condensing Furnace With A Modulating Motor

You might think that you have to have a degree in thermodynamics in order to understand how a furnace works, and how the components used in the furnace work together to determine how efficient the furnace will be, but even a layman should understand what to look for when buying a highly efficient furnace. At the very least, you need to appreciate having two heat exchangers and a modulating motor.  Read More 

3 Tips For Finding A New Plumber

Cleaning a toilet can be a real annoying task.  Finding a new plumber can also be annoying.  However, it doesn't have to be as complicated as you might think. It can be a lot easier if you have a few tips on hand so you can make sure you choose the right plumber for your entire toilet, piping, faucet and other plumbing related needs. To find someone who is going to get the job done right, be on the lookout for the three things below. Read More 

3 Simple Steps For Preventing Heat Pump Freeze-Ups

It's not out of the ordinary for a small amount of frost to form on a heat pump. However, that light dusting of frost can easily turn into a thick sheet of ice under the right circumstances, preventing your heat pump from functioning properly. Fortunately, there are a few ways you can prevent ice buildup from stopping your heat pump dead in its tracks. Change Your Air Filter Regularly Your heat pump air filter traps all sorts of dust, debris and other airborne particles. Read More 

What is a P-Trap?

When it comes to your home, knowing your plumbing system can come in handy. One of the basic pieces of the plumbing puzzle is the P-trap. A P-trap is a drain line that has various functions. There are four basic facts you should know regarding a P-trap: It Traps Debris: The "P" shaped piping traps the debris that gets down in the drain. The trap will prevent the pipes from becoming clogged with things like hair and food that may have been shoved down the drain. Read More 

What You Need To Consider Before A Furnace Installation

How you install a furnace will affect your comfort and energy bills for years. Even if you're going with the same manufacturer and same type of furnace as you already have, your heating needs may have changed or the furnace might not have been properly chosen and installed to begin with. When you purchase a new furnace, always start from scratch, and keep the following things in mind. Heating Capacity Read More