What Plumbing Steps Should You Take Before Selling a Home?

Posted on: 21 December 2020
If you're selling your house, then plumbing probably isn't the first thing on your mind. Unfortunately, ignoring plumbing problems with your home can cost you. Savvy buyers will always conduct an inspection before closing and may even insist on contingency clauses to provide time for more in-depth checks. When these inspections turn up trouble, it can cost you more money than you might expect. Buyers may insist that you fix the problems or even use the issues they uncover to negotiate a better price.
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Repair Or Replace: What To Do With Your Furnace

Posted on: 25 November 2020
Making the decision to replace your furnace is never easy, and in many cases, the homeowner will often look for ways that they can simply have a repair performed instead. While your technician won't do any work on your home without your approval, at some point, they will strongly suggest looking for a replacement heating system, either because yours is too old, or because it has too many issues with it.
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Air Conditioner Repairs for When You Need Your Cooling

Posted on: 17 November 2020
There are going to be times when AC failures need to be taken care of quickly. As you start using your air conditioner more, you will eventually need repairs. The following AC repairs will need to be done when parts fail in the summer heat: Storms Causing Damage to the AC As the storms during the summer weather come, they can cause serious damage. One of the areas of your home where they can cause damage is the HVAC system.
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Why Does Your Pilot Light Keep Going Out?

Posted on: 20 October 2020
Homes that use gas to power their furnace are relatively common, but if your home has a standing pilot light, that means it's at least a decade old. Most modern furnaces use an electric ignition to light their furnace, precisely because a pilot light that keeps going out means that your furnace won't work. But why does it keep going out? More importantly, what can you do to prevent it? There are a few reasons why your pilot light keeps malfunctioning, some of which are unavoidable and need to be fixed by a professional furnace repair technician.
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