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Replacing Home Air Filter

Apr 7 2020

Washable vs. Disposable Air Filters

Washable vs. Disposable Air Filters   WASHABLE DISPOSABLE $75 average $15 average Replace about every 5 years Replace every 30 to 90 days Wash and let dry before reinstalling Dispose and install new one Environmentally friendly Not environmentally friendly MERV ratings 1 – 4 MERV ratings 4 – 12 Capture under 75% of larger particles …

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kitchen sink

Mar 24 2020

Choosing The Right Kitchen Faucet

Choosing The Right Kitchen Faucet Whether you are looking to upgrade your kitchen faucet, need a refresh, or need a replacement, there are a few things to consider when shopping for a new one. Replacing with an exact match is simple, but a whole new style requires a bit of planning. Read on to find …

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1-800 Anytime Plumbing, heating, air

Mar 16 2020

Air & Surface Sanitizer – Protect Your Family

Families are staying home to protect themselves, stores have run out of hand sanitizer, face masks and gloves. There is, however, one air & surface sanitizer product that is even better than all of those combined: the Air Scrubber Plus. The Problem Schools are closed, workplaces are closed, bars and wineries are closed. People still …

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homebuyer

Mar 10 2020

Homebuyer’s Plumbing Checklist

Homebuyer’s Plumbing Checklist Buying a home is one of the biggest investments that you will make. While it’s standard practice to hire a home inspector, most people don’t think to have a licensed contractor perform a plumbing inspection. Below are several important reasons why you shouldn’t skip this step and to add it to your …

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Flooding Toilet

Feb 25 2020

How do I turn off my water in an emergency?

How do I turn off my water in an emergency? Most of us don’t think about having to turn off the water to the entire house. It’s a good idea to know where the shut-off valve is located in case there is ever an emergency. Single Family House To turn off the water for a …

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sleeping woman

Feb 11 2020

Ideal Thermostat Settings

Ideal Thermostat Settings The first step to making sure that your thermostat settings are ideal for the time of day and season is to ensure that the thermostat itself is installed in the proper location. An interior wall near the center of the house is the ideal location. Try to avoid direct sunlight, doors, windows, …

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crying man

Jan 28 2020

Warning Signs Your Furnace Is Failing

Warning Signs Your Furnace Is Failing We take a lot of things for granted and assume that they will work when we turn them on. Often it’s better to be prepared when something major breaks so you can make an informed decision on the next step. Here are some common warning signs that your furnace …

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bundled man

Jan 14 2020

Why Is My Furnace Blowing Cold Air?

Why Is My Furnace Blowing Cold Air? Waking up in a very cold house is not the best way to start your day. If your furnace is blowing cold air, there are a few things that you can check yourself before calling us. Thermostat Make sure your thermostat fan is set to “auto.” Set to …

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heat pump vs. furnace

Dec 31 2019

Heat Pump vs. Furnace

Heat Pump vs. Furnace   HEAT PUMP FURNACE Winters that average 30º – 40º F Winters that dip below freezing Areas with low electric rates Don’t depend on outdoor temperature to convert to heat Also an air conditioner Requires a separate air conditioner if you want air conditioning Moves the heat that already exists from …

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crying

Dec 17 2019

Warning Signs Your Water Heater Is Failing

Warning Signs Your Water Heater Is Failing Do you know how old your water heater is? When was the last time you flushed your tanked water heater? When was the last time that you did a visual inspection around your water heater? Most homeowners turn on their hot water faucet without a second thought. But …

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Plumber pipes healthy

Dec 10 2019

Keeping Your Pipes Healthy

Keeping Your Pipes Healthy When was the last time you really stopped to consider what you are putting down your drains and toilets? Are your pipes healthy? If you have ever had water damage or any other plumbing issue, then you know how serious these can be. They also seem to always happen at the …

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Person carrying tank of fresh air

Nov 26 2019

Inside Air vs. Outside Air: Which Could Be Worse?

When we think about air quality, we naturally assume that staying indoors would be safer and healthier. But consider your inside air vs. outside air: which could be worse? COMMON OUTDOOR AIR POLLUTANTS ozone particulate matter nitrogen dioxide sulfur dioxide carbon monoxide toxic air pollutants Source: American Lung Association The list above looks pretty serious, …

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