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How Trapped Air in Water Pipes Causes Major Plumbing Challenges

“What’s wrong with my faucet? It’s sputtering water!” If you’ve encountered these issues recently, you likely have air trapped in your water pipes. These air bubbles usually find their way to the highest points in your plumbing system, lower water pressure, and inhibit the flow of water through the pipes.  Air in the water piping […]

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What Constitutes a Plumbing Emergency?

What should you consider a “plumbing emergency”? Basically, you need to answer the question, “how long can I live with this problem before I call a plumber?” Here are some things to consider: What is an emergency? Even though you might think it at the time, not everything is an emergency requiring a call to […]

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Light Bulbs

It used to be that buying a light bulb was simple. You either get incandescent or fluorescent. Make sure the wattage was appropriate for the lamp or fixture it was going in. Now, it is not quite as simple. So, here is a quick guide to the five most common types of light bulbs. Incandescent […]

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Kitchen Faucet

Faucets don’t wear out much anymore. In fact, most come with lifetime warranties (for the initial buyer) that cover the rare defects and finishes. But sometimes, you may want to buy new faucets. Maybe as part of a complete kitchen remodel. Maybe just to freshen things up. There are numerous styles you can consider. They […]

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Ductwork Maintenance

Your ductwork plays a critical role in your home. You rely on it to distribute air to properly heat and cool it, and to make sure the air is clean and pure. If there is a problem with the ductwork, not only will it impact the ability of your HVAC system to keep your home […]

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Buying a Water Heater

So, your water heater is getting up there in age. And maybe it isn’t generating the hot water it used to. Or the water is rusty. Or the unit is making noise. Or it leaks. Time for a new one. But how do you decide what to get. Here are a few thoughts. Types of […]

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Becoming an Electrician in Illinois

There are many reasons to become an electrician. They include: Great pay Job security Be your own boss Enjoyable work Be respected Easy career entry Speaking of easy career entry, how does one become an electrician in Illinois? Not a simple answer, since licensing is handled at the local level, and requirements can vary by […]

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Whole House Plumbing Inspections

Have you ever had a whole house plumbing inspection? There are several reasons to do so. If you are buying an existing home, it is especially important to make sure everything is in good working order. But even if you are not moving, there are several reasons to have such an inspection: Identify small problems […]

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Cleaning Your Dirty Ducts

You did the right thing and had your furnace maintained. But something isn’t quite right. Your home isn’t warming efficiently. Or you sense the air quality isn’t what it should be. The problem may be dirty ducts. You should consider having your ducts cleaned if: There is visible mold growth inside sheet metal ducts or […]

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7 Signs You Need a New Water Heater

You never think about your water heater. It’s hidden away in your furnace room and you take it for granted. Until you wake up one morning, step in the shower and are greeted with a torrent of frigid liquid. Which is why you should watch for these signs to replace it. Not enough hot water. […]

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