Advantages of Tankless Water Heaters

When it is time to replace your hot water heater, one option is to do away with the tank altogether by installing a tankless water heater. These newer, more sophisticated water heaters have less heat loss, making them more efficient. There are several other reasons why you should consider getting this type of water heater.…

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Preparing for a New Baby? Don’t Forget These HVAC Tips

The joys of parenthood are numerous, and the tasks involved with baby-prepping a home are equally plentiful. Do you have a section on your list for HVAC tasks? From leak inspections to comfort system upgrades, expectant parents should do several things around the house before the baby arrives. Water Leak Inspection Inspect your home for…

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Is Your Furnace Turning on and off Rapidly?

5 Things You Can Troubleshoot Before Calling for Help No one wants their furnace to have problems during the winter. So if you notice that your furnace is turning on and off in rapid succession, here are some things you can check before you suffer too long or call a technician out. What Is Short-Cycling?…

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6 Common Heating and Cooling Questions Answered

Your heating and cooling system plays a crucial role in keeping you cool when the weather is warm and cozy when it’s chilly out. Lots of homeowners don’t think about their HVAC system at all until problems arise. However, you don’t have to wait until it malfunctions to learn a little bit about your system.…

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Fit an Older Home With an HVAC System

Thinking about upgrading an older home with an HVAC system? Even historic homes can often have their value improved through the addition of an HVAC system. But HVAC systems are complex, and simply adding one to an already built home can be a bit of a challenge. The following ideas and guidelines may help. Try an…

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A Short Guide to Anode Rods in Water Heaters

Your tank-style water heater relies on an anode rod to keep working reliably. The anode rod screws into the top of the tank and protrudes into the water below. An anode rod measures up to 40 inches long, depending on the size of your appliance. Sacrificial anode rods should be replaced on a routine basis.…

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Which Type of Air Conditioner Is Right for You?

In states like Ohio, where summer temperatures can soar into the 80s, 90s, and above, having a functional air conditioning system is paramount to keeping you cool and comfortable. If you’re in the market for an air conditioner, you may have noticed that there are multiple types available. The type of air conditioning unit that…

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Is It Time for a New Air Conditioner? 6 Signs to Look For

Your air conditioner has worked flawlessly for the time you’ve had it, but it’s starting to show its age. Now you’re wondering if you should hold on to your A/C unit for a little while longer or finally invest in a new replacement. Pay attention to the following signs as you make your decision.

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6 Ways to Prevent Your Water Pipes From Freezing and Bursting

A cold winter can pose many challenges for your home’s plumbing. A sudden cold snap can cause unprotected water pipes to freeze solid and eventually burst, resulting in an expensive and time-consuming cleanup. In a previous blog, we focused on mistakes to avoid so your home stays warm and dry all winter. Here, we explore…

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Five Signs This Is the Last Year for Your Old Furnace

Furnaces typically last about 10 to 15 years before they require replacement. If your furnace is in this age range, you may wonder whether you can squeeze a few more years out of it or if the time has come to replace it. Ideally, you would have your furnace replaced before it fails completely and…

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