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3 Signs of Water Heater Damage

Water leaking from the plastic faucet on a residential electric water heater sitting on a concrete floor with a red pipe wrench, tubing cutters, teflon tape and copper fittings in the foreground to repair or place the appliance.

How is your water heater performing? You probably don’t ask that question every day, but you should know its status. Letting a damaged water heater go for an extended period of time can cause permanent damage that can lead to costly repairs or an outright replacement. For homeowners wondering what to look for, here are three indicators that you may have a damaged water heater.


5 Myths About Plumbing

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No pranks we promise! We just want to bust some of the myths we hear floating around about the everyday plumbing system you can find in your home. We’ve picked five myths you’ve probably heard before, and we’ll give you the facts!


Your Spring HVAC Checklist

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It’s time to dust off the grime the winter weather left behind and get ready for spring. We all know that during the spring it’s a good idea to get some heavy-duty cleaning done to help prepare for the months ahead. But how does this affect your home’s HVAC system and indoor air quality? Here are a few things you should do around your home to prepare your HVAC equipment for the new season.

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