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Plumbing & A/C Medic Blog

How to Determine if Your Pipes Are Leaking

Posted on December 13th, 2017

Plumbing leaks are relatively common, and they can result in expensive water waste as well as substantial property damage. In order to minimize these possibilities, a leak should be detected and repaired as soon as possible. However, some leaks are easier for homeowners to identify than others. If you notice any of these signs of […]

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Common Causes of Odors from Home Heating Unit

Posted on December 6th, 2017

The heating unit is among the most used appliances at home. It is uncomfortable and uneasy if it is not working. Fortunately, it is easy to identify signs when it requires servicing because of its odors. An odor does not mean that repairing it is expensive; it can be only a dirty air filter which […]

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Easy​ ​Water​ ​Conservation Tips​ ​Around​ ​the​ ​Home

Posted on December 1st, 2017

Whether you want to save a few dollars or just save a little bit of the planet, there are tons of tips on how to limit your water use and save some for the fishes. If you’re interested in either of those things, this list is for you. We’ve gathered together super easy tasks people […]

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#MythMonday Debunking Common Furnace Myths

Posted on November 28th, 2017

We are here to debunk some common furnace myths that are told between friends, family, and fellow homeowners. With winter just around the corner, people are starting to fire up their heaters / furnaces. There are many methods out there to save some cash on your electricity bill, but which ones are just myths? Myth […]

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What Are My Options If I Have a Sewer Line Clog?

Posted on November 21st, 2017

Are your drains currently running slowly? Even if you’ve snaked the kitchen sink or bathroom sink yourself? Or even hear gurgling in the pipes after a toilet flushing? You may have a clogged sewer line. Sewer lines are about six inches in diameter and it takes a lot to clog them. The overall issue may […]

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How to Repair a Toilet Flapper in 5 Easy Steps

Posted on November 14th, 2017

Issues with the toilet are commonly seen in the plumbing industry and we are going to teach you how to fix one of the most common toilet problems. It’s a small culprit that is easy to fix, but you just need to know what you are looking for: Step 1: Remove Lid and Locate Overflow […]

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Tips to Cut Down On Heating Costs

Posted on November 9th, 2017

Here in the Phoenix Valley, we don’t need to think about heating costs the way they do up north. But for a few months a year, those chilly days require the use of a furnace or boiler and we want to make sure we are being as efficient as possible. Here are some tips to […]

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Three Secrets to Help Keep Hair Out of Your Drain

Posted on November 7th, 2017

We’re not blaming any one gender in particular (cough, cough), but when hair gets in the shower drain, it can mean trouble. As hair mixes with soap, shaving cream and other hygienic products, it creates a glob that makes it difficult for water to pass through your drain. If you notice this issue in your […]

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Is My Old Furnace Going to Survive the Winter?

Posted on October 31st, 2017

Furnaces and Air Conditioners are tricky pieces of equipment. They need maintenance to survive just like humans and if they don’t get it, they could fall ill or even croak. We don’t want that for our HVAC equipment but when it is time to go, it is time to go. Here are four warning signs […]

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Three Major Benefits of a Furnace Tune-Up

Posted on October 25th, 2017

Furnace tune-ups are a necessary part of Winter maintenance and the heating experts at Plumbing & A/C Medic are working hard throughout The Valley to get our clients prepared. The current weather might not suggest the need for a furnace, but that chill will be coming soon and we want you to be prepared. Increase […]

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