Common Signs Of A Cracked Heat Exchanger In A Gas Furnace

25 March 2019
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In a gas furnace, the heat exchanger is the component that is responsible for heating up the air inside the unit. Age and constant use of a gas furnace can lead to the heat exchanger cracking, which can lead to serious problems. If the heat exchanger has a crack, dangerous chemicals, such as carbon monoxide, that are created while the air is being heated can seep out. Thus, a cracked gas furnace heat exchanger is an issue that should be taken very seriously from a safety standpoint. Read More 

Signs Your Home Has A Hidden Water Leak And How A Plumber Finds And Repairs It

8 February 2019
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If you're shocked at the sight of your water bill when it comes in the mail, that's a good sign you have a water leak somewhere. It may be puzzling if you don't hear water and can't see any wet spots in your house. Sometimes, plumbing pipes are buried under the ground or underneath your foundation. When a pipe is buried, it's very difficult to know you have a leak until you get a high water bill. Read More 

Here’s What Your Service Provider Should Offer When Installing Your Restaurant’s New Refrigeration System

27 December 2018
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Hiring a professional to install your restaurant's new refrigeration equipment will help ensure that it works properly as soon as it's turned on and that you don't end up having performance issues that need to be tweaked in order to get the most out of the equipment. Here are a few things the service provider you decide to hire should be able to offer you. Designing and Planning Assistance Read More 

How Fall Weather Can Impact Your Air Conditioning Unit

23 November 2018
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During the fall, you might start using your air conditioning unit a lot less than you did during the summer, or the weather might be cool enough in your area that you don't use it at all after the summer ends. However, fall weather can still impact your air conditioning unit in these ways. Your Air Filters Can Become Clogged First of all, if you have a central heating and air conditioning unit or a split system, then your heating and air conditioning units probably both use the same ducts and the same returns. Read More 

3 Tips For Heating Maintenance And Repair

12 October 2018
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If you'd like to keep your home safe and sound every winter, it's vital that you learn the ways to handle your heating maintenance. By keeping your heating at its best, you'll be better able to maintain your health and will stay comfortable. The last thing you'd want is to see your breath this winter when the temperatures dip. In this regard, read on and follow these tips to get what you need out of your heating. Read More