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13
Jan

5 Advantages of Using Copper Pipes in Your House

Most of us don’t give much thought to the types of pipes in our house. If the pipes behind your walls are working, there’s no problem. On the other hand, it’s important to be familiar with different kinds of pipes to ensure you are prepared for issues such as pipe bursts or water leaks. To help you prepare for a

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13
Jan

7 Reasons Your Furnace is Blowing Cold Air & How to Fix

A functioning furnace is a must when it comes to colder nights—there’s nothing like snuggling up in a warm house on a chilly evening. But what if your furnace starts blowing cold air right when you need the heat the most? There are seven types of problems that can cause your furnace not to distribute hot air. From dirty air

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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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17
Dec

How to Install a Furnace Exhaust Pipe: 4 Step Guide & Tips

In chilly weather, using a furnace to keep warm is a smart move. There is more to what meets the eye when it comes to this toasty appliance. Understanding all the ins and outs of furnace exhaust pipes—also called exhaust flues—is important to keep your furnace functioning, and ultimately, to keep you warm during the cold months. How Furnace Exhaust

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