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Erika Kalpakoff

13
May

What Size Water Heater Do I Need? 2 Factors to Consider

“What size water heater do I need?” There isn’t a one-size-fits-all answer to this question. It depends on your personal needs and how much water you use during the day. To find the right size for your household, you’ll need to do some math. Don’t worry, though. It’s not as complicated as you think. As long as you know how

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13
May

8 Reasons Your Boiler Is Leaking Water & Ways to Fix

Picture this: You go to check on your boiler because you notice cycling issues and find water leaking underneath. This is a common problem with older boiler systems. Boiler leaks can lead to serious damage. From mold and fungi growth to dangerous health risks, boiler leaks should never be ignored. You’ll need urgent attention from a heating professional. Modern boilers

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18
Feb

What Size Furnace Do I Need? 6 Factors & Tips

A furnace is an important component of a comfortable, functioning house. It keeps you warm in the cold winter months and helps provide the ideal temperature for your home. There are many variables that will determine the correct size furnace you will need for your home. Factors to consider include gas or electric models, brand, and size. While you might

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13
Jan

3 Ways to Unclog a Drain: Steps & Troubleshooting Methods

There’s never a right moment for a clogged drain. In fact, it is not uncommon for clogged drains to occur when you are preparing dinner for guests, loading the dishwasher, or winding down the night with a relaxing shower. Whatever the case may be, clogged drains disrupt the comfort of your home and can be absolutely frustrating, expensive, time-consuming, and don’t

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17
Dec

What is a Furnace High-Limit Switch? Benefits & Troubleshooting

What is a High-Temperature Limit Switch? A high-temperature limit switch—also known as a fan limit switch or a limit switch—is an important piece in a furnace. Essentially, it senses the temperature of the furnace and tells the blower fan to turn on or off at the appropriate times, so that it can properly circulate air to your home. If it

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