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What are the Most Common Bathroom Plumbing Problems?

A woman plunging a bathroom sink.

It’s safe to say that your bathroom is one of the most frequently visited rooms in your home. When you wake up in the morning, there’s a good chance you immediately step into your bathroom to brush your teeth, wash your face, and prepare for the day ahead. Once the sun sets, your bathroom is […]

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5 Warning Signs That Your Home Has Poor Air Quality

A woman sneezing as she vacuums a rug.

It’s easy to overlook the air inside your home. It’s invisible, after all, and it’s easy for such a seemingly small thing to fall to the wayside. But just because you can’t see the air doesn’t mean it isn’t playing a significant role in your health and comfort. Breathing in poor air day after day […]

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Ductless Mini Split AC: The Pros & Cons in California

It’s an undeniable fact that the California summers are getting hotter and hotter each year. What are people doing about it? Installing air conditioning in their homes! You might be wondering if ductless, or mini split system air conditioning is the best choice for your living space. Lots of Californians use central air conditioning as […]

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Common Causes of Toilet Leaks and How to Fix Them

A toilet leaking water onto the floor.

Have you ever been kept awake at night by the incessant dripping of a leaking toilet or noticed an unwelcome puddle of water near your bathroom floor? You’re not alone. Toilet leaks are a common household issue that don’t go away on their own. When ignored, they can cause a significant increase in water bills […]

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What Are California’s Requirements for HVAC Installations?

A man performing a service on ductwork.

In the diverse and ever-evolving landscapes of California, from the sun-kissed beaches of the south to the lush, towering redwoods of the north, the importance of maintaining an efficient and reliable heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system cannot be overstated. Whether you’re basking in the warmth of a summer day or seeking refuge from […]

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An Unwelcome Guest: Reasons Mold Grows in Your Bathroom

Woman scrubbing bathroom tiles because of mold growth.

Mold. This word on its own is enough to make every homeowner cringe. Unfortunately, mold growth is a problem that far too many people deal with on a regular basis — especially in their bathrooms. Before you bust out a scrub brush and some white vinegar or call a mold removal service, it can help […]

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What Level of Carbon Monoxide Sets off an Alarm?

A man testing a carbon monoxide detector.

Navigating the often misunderstood realm of carbon monoxide (CO) safety can be like walking through a dense fog — uncertain and hazardous. Yet, understanding the invisible threat lurking in our homes is crucial for our well-being. This comprehensive guide demystifies the complexities surrounding CO detection levels, the potential sources of CO in your home, and […]

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Heat Pump vs. Furnace: What’s the Best Heating System for California Homes?

A heat pump unit installed outside of a house.

When it comes to keeping your California home cozy and warm, the debate between a heat pump or furnace is a common one. Both heating systems have their merits and downsides, and choosing the right one can significantly impact your comfort and energy bills. In this blog, we’ll delve into the furnace vs. heat pump […]

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Should You Replace a 25-Year-Old Furnace?

Couple looking at furnace to see if it needs to be upgraded.

The heating system in your home is like an old friend. This trusty system has stuck with you through thick and thin, helping you weather the coldest of winters. Unfortunately, even the closest, most dependable of friends are no match for the stresses of time. Eventually, there will come a day when your furnace will […]

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