All Blog Posts Tagged 'Repair' (5)

Do you know your boiler is about to Blowdown! Save it!

As winters knock on the doors, the use of boilers is stretched to its extreme limit, ensuring proper warmth in the house. Thus, it is imperative that the boiler is repaired and maintained on a regular basis. This will ensure that when the winter season is at its peak, the boiler works in the perfect condition and there is no breaking down instances. This will help the residents of a house to be prepared to face harsh winters. Moreover, proper maintenance will ensure appropriate fuel bills.…

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Added by SmithWatson on August 5, 2015 at 2:30am — No Comments

Dealing with the 5 Most Common Furnace and Heating Problems

Most people are reminded of the furnace repair service just when the fall or winter arrives. Whether it’s a residential or a commercial setting, you might have to face a lot of furnace problems in the chilly weather if you have not taken proper care of it until then. This is why you should know about the most common problems so that when these occur, you can manage those efficiently. In case you are wondering why you need to pay a lot of attention to heating repair, there are thousands of…

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Added by SmithWatson on July 7, 2015 at 12:30am — No Comments

Getting Your Home Ready For Winter

Keeping your home in the perfect condition during winter is a tough task, but if you can plan it early, it might not seem that tough. Heating repair and boiler repair are some of the most crucial tasks that you have to take care of, since these are what would help you battle the freezing temperature and extreme weather conditions. If you are not quite sure exactly how you can make your home ready for the winter, here are some steps to follow –

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Added by SmithWatson on June 17, 2015 at 11:41pm — No Comments

The Great Water Heater Temperature Setting Debate

Much has been discussed over exactly what is an optimal water heater temperature level setting. Many sources, consisting of ENERGY STAR, offer the energy conserving elements of temperature levels of 120 degrees or lower. And yes, there are cost savings to be had, however realistically for those whose current setting is closer to the standard factory preset temperature of 140 degrees.…

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Added by Phil Luther on February 27, 2014 at 12:00pm — 2 Comments

Water Heater Maintenance in 10 Minutes

I just put together a new infographic on the best two maintenance tasks homeowners can do with their water heaters.  The best part is that they only take about ten minutes or so to perform!  By checking these two things at least once a year will help with getting the full life out of ones water heater, as well as making it as energy efficient as possible.

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10 Minute Water Heater Maintenance

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Added by Phil Luther on February 25, 2014 at 10:54am — No Comments

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