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Plumbing & A/C Medic Blog


A Quick Checklist for Water Damage

Posted on May 23rd, 2018

Fact: some may think that water damage is not a serious threat to their home — but it could become a significant problem. Regardless if the water damage comes from a sink or a pipe, water damage can always be severe. Also, if water leaks are not cleaned on the spot, then more damages can […]

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You Can’t Detect These Odors, but Your Guests Can

Posted on May 14th, 2018

Your sense of smell is a fantastic tool that helps you in all kinds of situations. One of the features of your nose is that you quickly get used to smells you are around all the time. This is embarrassing when there is a scent in your home you are not aware of, but your […]

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Common Spring Cleaning Mistakes

Posted on May 9th, 2018

With springtime in the air, it is time to start thinking about the annual spring cleaning. For many, this is when the primary cleaning work gets done, including carpets, walls, and appliances. However, avoid making the following mistakes when handling this vital job. Wrong Equipment In your zest to get started, it is easy to […]

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It May Be Time for an A/C Tune-Up

Posted on May 7th, 2018

  Even though air conditioning is practically a must for most of the country, people tend to take their A/C for granted. A good air conditioning system will last for close to 20 years as long as it’s well-maintained, but it does need a tune-up once in a while, preferably at the very beginning of […]

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Homebuyer’s Plumbing Guide

Posted on April 30th, 2018

Few homeowners pay much attention to their plumbing when it works well. Turn a spigot and water comes out at the right temperature and pressure. Flush the toilet and whatever’s in the bowl goes away forever. The washing machine gets the clothes clean. But when something goes wrong with the plumbing, few things are as […]

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Anatomy of an HVAC Unit

Posted on April 24th, 2018

Your HVAC system in your home is comprised of a few essential components to keep in mind. Your HVAC isn’t just for heating and cooling. The system is also essential in providing clean, quality air into your home as well. Let’s take a look at the major components of your HVAC system and common things […]

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My Electricity Bill Increased. Can It Be My HVAC System?

Posted on April 16th, 2018

  You may notice your electricity bill has gone up, and you’re doing nothing different to account for it. It can be a major hassle trying to figure out why your bill has been increasing. Sometimes it turns out to be something common like your HVAC system. A faulty appliance can cause all sorts of […]

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How Do I Know When my House Needs to be Repiped?

Posted on April 9th, 2018

Repiping your house can be a huge undertaking. Unless there are clear signs that you need to get your house repiped, you may not want to do it. Many older homes, typically over 50 years, could be good candidates for a repiped system. Pay attention to the warning signs, listen to your home. Here are […]

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It’s Time to Spring Clean Your HVAC

Posted on April 5th, 2018

The Importance of Cleaning Your HVAC System Once the winter months are over, you’ll have to prepare your HVAC system for the coming spring and summer months. Since the summer months can bring hot temperatures, you will want to clean your HVAC system for an optimized performance. You’ll be able to prevent inconvenient breakdowns and […]

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Maintaining Your Water Heater

Posted on April 3rd, 2018

You might pay attention to most major appliances in the household. The air conditioner or dishwasher, fridge, washer, and dryer get all the attention. The hot-water heater is commonly overlooked. This hard-working device deserves some tender-loving care because its lifespan can be significantly extended as a result of your efforts. Explore the simple ways that […]

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