5 Signs Of Submersible Well Pumps Malfunctions

Submersible well pumps are enclosed systems and thus have a long productive lifespan. However, when the seal corrodes over time, water seeps in and causes the motor to fail. As a result, you get several telltale symptoms that point you towards underlying system malfunctions. Signs that indicate your submersible well pump is problematic are discussed below. 1. The Pump Starts Up Too Much Your pump starts when you use a considerable amount of water, like when you shower or flush the toilet. Read More 

3 Main Reasons To Hire A Plumbing Contractor To Install Faucets And Drainage

Installing faucets and drainage may seem like a simple task, but it can be tricky if you're not familiar with the proper procedures. A plumbing contractor will have the expertise to get the job done quickly and efficiently, without causing any damage to your home. Here are three reasons why you should hire a plumbing contractor to install faucets and drainage in your home. 1. Expertise When it comes to plumbing, even a small mistake can lead to big problems. Read More 

3 Common Air Duct Issues

Your air conditioner uses air ducts to distribute conditioned air throughout your home. If your ducted AC blows stale or insufficient air into your home, faulty air ducts are the likely culprits. In most cases, air duct issues arise if you fail to maintain your system regularly. The following are common air duct issues you should watch out for and what you can do about them. Dirty Ductwork Over time, dirt and debris can build up on the air duct walls. Read More 

Important Maintenance Steps for a Furnace That Hasn’t Been Used In Years

When a furnace goes unused for a few years, it takes a little extra work to make sure it's in proper running order. Because problems with an old and malfunctioning furnace can range from inconvenient to dangerous, it's best to take these steps of furnace maintenance before it's time to start running your furnace regularly. Check and Replace Air Filter An old air filter is one of the first things that should be checked and replaced as necessary. Read More 

Furnaces, Other Heaters, And Residential Heating Installation Questions

Does your home need a new heater? According to the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI), the average life expectancy of a furnace ranges from 15 to 25 years. If you're ready to replace your older system, take a look at the questions to ask your HVAC contractor about furnaces and residential heating installation right now. Should You Buy a Furnace—Or Another Type of Heater?  There isn't one universal heater that works in every home. Read More