Failing Thermostat On A Water Heater: Identifying The Problem

Posted on: 28 January 2020

A water heater is designed to deliver warm water at a consistent temperature throughout a home. When this is not happening, it is a good idea to take a closer look at the unit's thermostat.  How the Thermostat Works The thermostat on a water heater is not necessarily responsible for heating the water inside the tank. There is a heating element located inside the water heater that coordinates with the thermostat to heat the water.
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How To Keep Your Septic System From Freezing During The Cold Days Of Winter

Posted on: 13 January 2020

The cold winter temperatures pose special challenges for your septic system. Just like you may take steps to keep your pipes from freezing in the winter, you should protect your septic tank from freezing too. Here are some tips for caring for your septic system over the winter months to prevent freezing and other problems. Add Insulation Over The Surface Insulation helps keep your tank parts and pipes from freezing. Be sure to add insulation before the ground freezes, or the ground may not thaw out very fast if you cover it once it's frozen.
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Buying Your First Home With An HVAC Unit? 2 Signs It Needs To Be Serviced

Posted on: 26 December 2019

If you are buying your first home, there are many things you may not know about yet. One of these things could be the AC unit. This is a complex machine that runs well as long as you have it regularly maintained, such as twice per year. You should know signs you should watch for that tell you the AC unit needs to be serviced. This can save you a lot of money as repairing some problems quickly can prevent more expensive problems later on.
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Potential Problems With Tankless Water Heaters And How To Fix Them

Posted on: 29 November 2019

Tankless water heaters are becoming a staple in many homes. They conserve energy by only producing heat for hot water on demand, rather than continuously heating water in a tank to make sure there is hot water when you want it. However, tankless water heaters are not without their problems. Here are a few potential problems you may encounter with these appliances and tankless water heater repairs can that fix these problems.
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