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3 Signs It’s Time To Replace Your Hot Water Heater

If having access to a constant supply of heated water is important to you and your family, then maintaining a working hot water heater is essential. Few homeowners give their hot water heater a second thought until these plumbing appliances break down. By taking the time to learn how to spot the signs of a failing hot water heater, you will be able to replace a faulty unit before your family is left stranded without hot water. Read More 

Three Reasons For Water Heater Leaks That Can Occur Even If You Take Care Of Your Water Heater

Many water heater problems occur or are hastened along because the owner delayed board skipped water heater maintenance. However, problems can still occur even if you do your yearly maintenance and have your water heater inspected by a professional on a regular basis. Of course, these problems are much less common, so it's definitely worth it to say up-to-date on water heater care. But that doesn't mean you'll never have a problem just because you did that water heater maintenance stuff. Read More 

Well Pump Failing? Three Things To Check Before Calling Your Plumber

Without your well pump, there's no good way to get water from your well into your home. If water suddenly stops flowing from your taps, there's a good chance something is going wrong with your well pump. But while some breakdowns do warrant a call to the plumber, other causes of pump failure are easy to address on your own. Check these three things before calling your plumber for a well pump failure. Read More 

Three Steps For Avoiding Water Well Performance Problems

Water wells can be vital for providing rural homes with water. While these wells can be invaluable for providing water, those that are fairly new to owning these wells can be unfamiliar with caring for the needs of modern water wells. If you have recently acquired a water well, you should be taking several steps in order to keep the well functional. Water Quality Testing Over the course of time, you will find that the water quality for your well can change. Read More 

Oil Fired Furnace On The Fritz? Clean The Blower Motor And Oil Pump

If your oil fired furnace produces poor heat or makes a humming sound, you may wonder if you if there's something seriously wrong with the appliance. Sometimes, a dirty blower motor and clogged oil pump may be the causes of the furnace's lack of heating. The surfaces of your blower motor can build up with dust over time, which eventually blocks the air and heat circulation through the part. The ports of the oil pump may clog up with old heating oil and dust. Read More