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Top Signs You Should Choose a Furnace When Installing a New Heating System

If you are ready to install a new heating system in your home, you might be thinking about checking out all of your different options. This isn't a bad idea, since there are a variety of different heating systems that you can choose from, and they each have their own pros and cons. Furnaces are a popular choice, however, and there is a good chance that either an electric or gas-powered furnace is going to be the best heating system option for your home, too. Read More 

Important Mistakes To Avoid With Residential Plumbing

Every home has integral plumbing systems that are designed to transport water to different areas. If you want these systems to work great and not cause you a bunch of stress, then be sure to stay away from these residential plumbing mistakes Using Too Much Force With a Toilet's Water Shutoff Valve When you need to adjust things with your toilet, such as if you are removing it to install a new one or you are installing a bidet, then you'll need to manipulate the toilet's valve to shut off all water. Read More 

4 Signs That It’s Time for Furnace Replacement

As much as you may want to repair your furnace, it is not always possible. Your furnace will eventually get to a point where performing regular maintenance and repairing broken parts won't be enough. Here are some signs that it is time to have your furnace replaced. The Furnace Is Old A furnace will eventually get to a point where it is too old and needs to be replaced. It's a good idea to figure out how old your furnace is, which can be done by looking at manufacturing information on the furnace itself. Read More 

Home Not Cool? Check The Air Conditioning Unit

It can get very hot outside, making things very uncomfortable. One place you expect to be comfortable, however, is inside your home. If your home is not feeling cool enough for you and your family, then your air conditioning unit may be faulty. Below is more information about this so you and your family can start feeling comfortable again. Air Conditioning Unit Inspection Hire an HVAC contractor to come to your home and inspect the AC unit. Read More 

Repair or Replace? What to Do With Your Furnace

Furnaces can last a really long time—anywhere between 18 to 20 years if they're maintained regularly and repairs are done promptly. Unfortunately, that doesn't mean that they'll last forever; indeed, many furnaces will start to show signs of disrepair around the halfway point of their life expectancy. When that happens, you'll be faced with the decision of whether or not to schedule another furnace repair on your unit, or simply have the whole thing replaced altogether. Read More