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Water Heater

Feb 6 2019

Water Heater Safety

You’ve heard before that you should have a licensed plumber handle and maintain your water heater. Do you know why water heater safety is so important? Water Heaters Are Connected to Gas or Electricity Gas Water Heater: A catastrophic explosion can result from a gas leak igniting the ignition flame. If not properly vented, the …

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1-800 Anytime Plumbing, heating, air hvac

Jan 29 2019

HVAC Maintenance Guide for the Busy Homeowner

Wake up, get the kids to school, work, eat, sleep…wake up, get the kids to school, work, eat, sleep…and repeat… With all of the conveniences of modern life, we still find ourselves stretched thin and constantly running out of time. Where does that leave your HVAC system? Probably at the bottom of your to-do list! …

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Shower

Jan 15 2019

Is Your Water Pressure Too High?

Just like arteriosclerosis (high blood pressure) is a silent killer, high water pressure and plumbing issues are silent problems. If undetected or left untreated, both can cause serious complications. Do you know what to look for? Banging pipes: One of the most common signs is a banging sound in the pipes. Spitting from the faucet …

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wi-fi thermostat

Dec 26 2018

Wi-Fi Thermostat: Do You Need One?

Everyone wants to save money, to be energy efficient, and most of all, to know what is happening inside their home at all times. Did you know that a Wi-Fi thermostat can give you peace of mind? By now you probably know someone who has one. But what does it really do? Easily programmable: Download …

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AC Repair 1-800 Anytime Plumbing, heating, air

Sep 11 2018

Air Conditioning Maintenance: When to DIY and When to Call a Professional

When to DIY and When to Call a Professional Your property’s air conditioning system is the source of major comfort for all those under your roof. In the warmer summer months, air conditioning provides much-needed relief from the heat outside. It cools your indoor space to an acceptable temperature. In the event that your AC …

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kitchen sink

Aug 9 2018

The Real Solution to Your Smelly Garbage Disposal

Does your garbage disposal smell like, well, garbage? This common issue is one that no homeowner should have to put up with. We expect garbage disposals to do away with food and other organic materials. They are not, however, supposed to retain the smell of refuse or sewage. What causes a smelly garbage disposal, and …

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bathroom

Jul 6 2018

What You Can Flush Down the Toilet: Lavatory Lies We’ve All Believed

The toilet: a porcelain throne designed for one purpose, yet used for many. For some, the toilet is a small but necessary part of the day: a quick pit-stop in the middle of a busy routine. For others, the toilet is a place of comfort and relaxation: a seat on which to linger, located inside …

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air conditioner

Jun 19 2018

5 Tips to Ensure Your Air Conditioning System Can Cool You Down

Things Are Heating Up This Summer! With the impressively hot southern California summer approaching, make the most of your air conditioning with these 5 tips on air conditioning efficiency.  Air conditioning systems circulate refrigerant through your system, transferring heat by converting from gas to liquid. Air conditioning is essential for homeowners and business owners looking …

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Indoor Air Quality

May 24 2018

Is My Indoor Air Quality Worse Than My Outdoor Air Quality?

With the rise of industrialization and urbanization, air quality has become an ever-growing concern across the world. Outside, emissions from manufacturing plants, automobiles and other man-made sources have contributed to small but significant changes in the chemical composition of the air in many developed and developing regions. However, air quality is not only an outdoor …

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plumber

Apr 19 2018

Tanked Water Heaters vs. Tankless Water Heaters

In today’s homes and businesses, there are two types of water heaters primarily used: tanked water heaters and tankless water heaters. Tanked water heaters are the older and more common form of water heating system. They have the benefits of lower installation costs and no natural gas or circuitry changes upon installation. Tankless water heaters …

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shower head

Mar 20 2018

An Introduction to Hard Water: Facts and Treatment Options

If you live in San Diego or Southern California in general, you’ve likely heard about hard water. Virtually omnipresent in our region of the world, hard water is a substance that’s still mysterious to many people. Most know that it can be damaging, but few know what hard water actually is, how it’s caused, or …

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Indoor Air Quality

Feb 26 2018

All About Indoor Air Quality: Information on Your Indoor Air and How to Improve It

Air: it’s everywhere on this planet. It has to be — otherwise we wouldn’t be here at all. Vital for all living things, the Earth’s air is one of our most important natural resources. It is a mixture of mostly oxygen and trace amounts of a few other gases. Unfortunately, just like other natural resources …

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