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Reasons Why There’s a Burning Smell When You Turn Your Heater On

A man holding his nose in a house due to a bad smell.

When the chill of the cold season sets in, the first use of your heater often leads to a peculiar and alarming experience: a distinct furnace burning smell that permeates through the home. This phenomenon, while common, raises concerns about the safety and the health of your heating system. […]

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Merry Messes: 5 Causes of Clogged Drains During the Holidays

A mom and two children in the kitchen with Christmas decorations.

The holiday season is a time for joy, celebration, and, unfortunately, plumbing problems. One common issue many households face during this festive period is clogged drains. Understanding the causes of clogged drains can help prevent these plumbing mishaps and ensure a smoother holiday season. […]

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Top 7 Signs You Need a New Water Heater

A hot shower can make all the difference when you’ve had a stressful day. And that’s when you realize the value of your water heater. It’s constantly working, from dishes and laundry to your nightly bubble baths. But most of the time we don’t think about our water heaters until something goes wrong. So, you […]

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How Much Does It Cost to Repipe a House? 

PEX pipes in a home.

The plumbing system is one of the most critical infrastructures in our homes. But, like everything else, it might need an overhaul with time. If you’re experiencing discolored water, reduced water pressure, or even potential water damage due to old pipes, it’s likely time to consider repiping. The burning question on your mind might be, […]

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Is Drain Cleaner Bad for Pipes?

A hand pouring chemical drain cleaner down a bathroom sink drain.

Clogged drains can be a significant inconvenience for homeowners, often leading to water backing up, slow drainage, and, in severe cases, flooding. These issues can cause substantial damage to your property, including water damage to walls, floors, and fixtures, as well as potential health hazards from standing water that can breed bacteria and attract pests. […]

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Step-by-Step Guide to Replacing Furnace Filters

A man installing a new furnace air filter.

Many types of HVAC units, from central air conditioners to furnaces, have air filters. These filters are designed to collect all kinds of airborne particles — including dust, pollen, and pet dander — before they have a chance to enter your home. It’s important to replace your furnace’s air filter regularly to prevent any harmful […]

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The Scoop on Variable Speed Motors

A man performing a service on an HVAC system.

The rising demand for energy-efficient models, increased home comfort, and better indoor air quality has pushed the heating and air conditioning industry to incorporate variable-speed motors into many of its product lines. But what are these motors anyway? A variable-speed motor is simply a component of an air conditioning and heater system that allows the […]

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