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  • Common Heating Problems During the Winter

    With the onset of chilly weather, many people turn to their heaters for comfort and warmth. However, heaters commonly experience some problems, especially if they haven’t been used regularly for many months. Our team of Sugar Land heating technicians can inspect your system to determine if there are any issues that need to be addressed, and perform timely repairs to ensure your home is warm during ...
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  • Will Your Heater Hold Up This Winter?

    The calendar has recently flipped to November, and that means we’re just a few short weeks away from winter officially beginning. The days are already growing shorter and the temperatures are starting to drop, which means soon homeowners everywhere will be firing up their furnaces to stay warm when the nights start getting cold. This brings up an important question: is your heater ready for the ...
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  • Three Signs You Need a New Heat Pump

    A heating system may be simple in principle, but the fact is that furnaces are complex and intricate appliances that depend on a lot of different things to work properly. One of these critical components is your heat pump, which essentially gathers the heat from a cold space and then moves it to warm a different space. When your air conditioner doesn’t seem to be working properly, your heat pump ...
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  • Four Tips to Improve the Lifespan of Your Heater

    Your furnace is a lot like a car: if you don’t properly maintain it, it won’t do its job very well and you’ll likely experience breakdowns far more often than you should. Lack of proper maintenance also means you’ll likely have to replace your furnace more often than you’d normally expect, and you’ll spend a huge sum of money to do so more often. However, like your car there are things you can do ...
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  • Five Surprising Garbage Disposal Myths

    Do you have a garbage disposal in your home? If so, you probably appreciate how quick and sanitary this devices makes food disposal for you when cleaning up after meals. However, you may not realize just how much of what you thought was true about your garbage disposal may actually be completely wrong and you could actually be harming this valuable machine. Here are five common garbage disposal ...
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  • Things You May Not Know About Garbage Disposals

    Do you have a garbage disposal? If so, you may not even think twice about it. But when you flip on the switch and get rid of your food waste through this device, you’re actually doing yourself, your community, and the environment a number of favors. How? Check out these little-known facts about garbage disposals to learn more about why they’re so beneficial. Garbage Disposals Reduce Food Waste Out ...
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  • Get Your Windows Ready for Winter!

    Summer is coming to an end and that means before you know it, the cold winter months will be upon us. When the chill hits, homeowners everywhere will be firing up their heaters to try to stay warm. However, if your windows aren’t prepared, your heater will be working overtime just to try and keep up with your demands. Windows are a huge source of heat loss in your home, allowing warm air in during ...
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  • What are Those Bubbles in My Toilet?

    If you have a problem in your plumbing, your house will show it in all sorts of ways. One such issue that many people contact us about is their toilet gurgling or bubbling up whenever they drain the bathtub or take a shower. Has this ever happened to you, or is it currently happening in your home? You may want to pick up the phone and call a Sugar Land plumber as soon as possible, because this ...
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  • What Makes the AC Filter So Dirty?

    Those who are prudent in caring for their home and its many various systems know that they should regularly replace the air filter in their heating and air conditioning system. Over time, your air filter becomes clogged up with dust, dirt, and other debris as your system pulls in air to be conditioned. That means you’ll need to replace it with a new filter in order to make sure your system works ...
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  • The Benefits of a Walk-In Bathtub

    For many Americans, decreased mobility or balance can pose an incredible risk when it comes time to take a bath. It can be difficult to step into a traditional tub, and slippery porcelain surfaces can increase the risk of a fall. Even for able-bodied individuals, the risk of a fall is a very real danger. One solution to these problems may be a walk-in bathtub. Learn more about the benefits ...
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  • The Dangers of Mold and Mildew in Your HVAC System

    Mold and mildew are common growths in the natural world. Outdoors, mold breaks down decaying matter. Indoors growths can release mold spores into the air we breathe. Tiny amounts of mold pose no serious risk to our health, but more significant growths can lead to a number of health issues for our families and pets. Those who are particularly susceptible to respiratory issues, such as allergies or ...
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  • Spend Less on AC This Summer With These Maintenance Tips

    Your HVAC system can keep your home cool and comfortable, but you may be looking for the best way to save money on your cooling expenses. With temperatures rising, your HVAC unit will be working harder than before to keep your home cool. Electricity costs can quickly grow expensive, and your cooling expenses can be a significant amount of these bills. Learn how you can cut your costs and keep your ...
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  • Enjoy These 5 Summer Activities & Save Money on Your AC

    Summer is upon us, and soaring temperatures can make cooling costs rise. Saving money can be a priority for many homeowners, so it can be important for many people to cut their cooling costs. Proper maintenance, programmable thermostats, and updating your HVAC system can help, but you may be looking for a way to further decrease your cooling expenses, but in a way that doesn’t leave you sweating ...
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  • The Problem with Clay Pipes

    Clay has been used to make sewer pipes since the time of the Babylonians, around 4000 BCE. You may be surprised to learn that modern sewage systems still can use clay pipes, and this material still can hold up against many modern plumbing materials. Modern clay pipes are air-dried for 24 hours before they are fired in a kiln for 50 hours. The end result is a ceramic-like pipe, which is often ...
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  • 4 Tips for Purchasing a New AC Unit

    Upgrading your AC can help you save energy and money, but choosing the wrong unit for your home may cause you to pay more in the long run. Installing the correct unit for your home is important to ensure that you don’t waste energy and money, but also that your AC unit lasts for its full expected lifespan. Your local AC service company can help you evaluate the needs of your home, and can help you ...
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