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Why is my water pressure so low?

Several things can cause low water pressure. One problem could be the amount of water your local utility company is pumping out. Another is the age of your pipes and the amount of rust in them. Blockages and other restrictions in your pipes can also lower water pressure. Other considerations are: a partially closed or…


What are some indicators that I may have a plumbing leak?

Water leaks around the house are often underestimated in their potential to cause serious damage. A trap that's not tight, a toilet seal that's lost its grip, or even a water line with a tiny drip too hard to see or hear, but every day it continues to wear away parts of your home, causing…


What are the benefits of replacing my existing air conditioning system?

If your system is old and inefficient, or the repairs are starting to increase in cost and frequency, you'll probably want to consider replacement.  Today, systems are as much as 60% more efficient than those systems manufactured as little as ten years ago. The savings you'll realize in monthly utility costs can help lower your…


How does my air conditioner work?

Lots of people think that an air conditioner works by blowing cold air, in actuality it transfers heat from the inside of a building, where it is not wanted, to the outside. Refrigerant in the system absorbs the excess heat and is pumped through a closed system of piping to an outside coil. A fan…


When do I know if I need a new water heater?

There are several signs that may indicate your water heater might be failing: A complete or partial loss of hot water supply. The unit no longer provides the same temperature or duration of hot water as it had in the past.  Water buildup in or around the area of your water heater may suggest a…

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