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Benefits of Toilet Replacement

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  • On January 20, 2020
Almost half of the water used in your home is used in the bathroom. Of that amount, about 30% is used by toilets. Replacing your existing toilets can have a big impact on your water usage in your home. Toilets are made to last a number of years but, with improvements in efficiency and comfort, […]
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Low Air Flow?

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  • On January 16, 2020
It almost seems like every home has that one room that just seems always too hot or too cold because it doesn’t get good air flow through the vents. You’ve checked and rechecked the supply registers and made sure they’re open and not blocked by furniture while the room right next to it seems to […]
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Preventing Frozen Pipes

  • Posted by Admin
  • On January 14, 2020
If you’ve been in Kansas long enough, you know that January and February are when Winter really shows its fangs. As a homeowner, this is when you should be mindful of your pipes and the potential for them freezing. In a perfect world, our homes would be properly insulated and we wouldn’t have to worry […]
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What’s That Smell??

  • Posted by Admin
  • On January 10, 2020
Even though your furnace has been running a few months now, every day can bring something different, including smells. Have you ever been home and smelled something odd throughout all of the rooms? Rotten eggs, something burning, or even dirty laundry? Smells from your furnace shouldn’t be ignored because it could mean a serious problem […]
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Why is my Heat Pump not Working??

  • Posted by Admin
  • On December 30, 2019
Picture this: your heat pump has been working great all through summer, through the winter so far, and now all of a sudden you wake up one frosty morning to your home at 57 degrees when your thermostat is set at 72.  What happened?? Well, a heat pump pumps heat. When it’s summertime and it’s […]
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Humidifiers

  • Posted by Admin
  • On December 18, 2019
With the dry winter months upon us, do you or anyone in your household suffer from dry skin, bloody noses, a dry cough, or sinus headaches? Did you know that you could have a humidifier installed so no one has to needlessly suffer from issues due to dry air in your home? Installing a humidifier […]
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Preventing Drain Backups

  • Posted by Admin
  • On December 3, 2019
‘Tis the season of endless cooking and more company in our homes! This is when our plumbing is really put to the test to see if it can handle more of EVERYTHING going down our drains. What you DON’T want to happen is have a backup whether it’s just a secondary drain line or your […]
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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

  • Posted by Admin
  • On November 4, 2019
It’s something we should always keep in mind when using our gas furnace every year. It’s called the silent killer because it’s colorless and odorless, therefore hard to detect without a carbon monoxide detector or special tools. Symptoms include a dull headache, dizziness, nausea, blurred vision, drowsiness, and confusion. If multiple people in your home […]
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Troubleshooting Your Furnace

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  • On October 17, 2019
As it begins to be colder outside, we’re starting to want more heat than AC. What we don’t want is our furnace to leave us cold at night when we think the heat is turned on. Here are a few things you can do yourself to check common problems homeowners encounter while using their furnace […]
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Gas Furnace Components

  • Posted by Admin
  • On October 1, 2019
With temperatures dropping to the 50s at night now, you may be thinking about turning on your furnace in the near future. Knowing the key components of your gas furnace may help you troubleshoot where your system may be malfunctioning if you do run into any furnace problems this coming season. Igniter and Pilot Light […]
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