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Prepare Your Water Heater For Winter

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

With winter’s cold weather on the way and out of town visitors coming for the holidays, many homeowners are asking themselves what can be done to stretch the hot water in their home. These tips will help you get the most out of your hot water heater this winter. Inspect your Hot Water Heater As a homeowner, you know that you’ll be in trouble if your water heater breaks down in the middle of a holiday party, long weekend, or when out of town visitors are staying in your guest room. To prevent this from happening, inspect your hot water heater for signs of distress. Things to look for include: Corrosion Extra moisture Puddles beneath the heater Soot around the burner Hot water heaters that display any of these symptoms could be in danger of breaking down. If your...

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Common Air Conditioning Problems And Solutions

Posted by on Dec 5, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Like any other major household appliance, air conditioners come equipped with their own set of electrical and mechanical problems. The more you know about these problems, the easier it will be for you to deal with them on your own. You will be able to handle some of the problems on your own, and others will merit reaching out to an AC specialist for assistance. Problem #1: The Air Conditioner Does Not Turn On It is not uncommon for an air conditioning unit to fail to turn on at the start of the summer. When this happens, it could be because there is an issue with the thermostat or because the unit is not getting enough power. Check The Thermostat First You want to start by inspecting your thermostat. It should be switched to cooling mode. You should also...

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