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Why Does My Air Conditioner Smell the First Time I Use it Each Summer?

Why Does My Air Conditioner Smell the First Time I Use it Each Summer?

This is an age-old question that many homeowners ask. Rest assured it is not uncommon for your air conditioner to smell the first time you fire it up for the summer season. In fact it’s so common that it’s earned the name “Dirty Sock Syndrome.” ... Read more
How to Improve the Air Quality in Your Home

How to Improve the Air Quality in Your Home

Did you know that the U.S. Environmental Agency says the quality of indoor air can be up to 100 times worse than the air outside? How could this be the case? Polluted indoor air quality is caused by many factors including mold, bacteria, and ... Read more
How to Change the Temperature on a Water Heater

How to Change the Temperature on a Water Heater

There may be a time when you feel the need to change your water heater’s temperature. Whether your water heater is traditional or tankless, changing the temperature of it is a fairly simple task. It is recommended by water heater manufacturers ... Read more
What Causes Discolored Water?

What Causes Discolored Water?

Discolored water can often have you questioning its quality. You may wonder if it’s safe and what’s causing it? The most common complaints about abnormal water include: Yellow, red, or orange water. This often indicates that you have rust in ... Read more
Why is My Toilet Noisy?

Why is My Toilet Noisy?

Your toilet has started to become noisy and you want to know why. The truth is there are a variety of reasons why this could be occurring, so we’ve broken it down into categories to help determine what that noise coming from your toilet really ... Read more
How to Re-Light a Gas Furnace Pilot Light

How to Re-Light a Gas Furnace Pilot Light

Your pilot light went out. Don’t worry you’re not alone. This is one of the most common problems that can happen to older gas furnaces. So what exactly is a pilot light, why did it go out, and how can you re-light it? We’ll cover these ... Read more
Why Your Furnace is Making Loud Noises

Why Your Furnace is Making Loud Noises

Are the loud noises coming from your furnace keeping you up at night? Furnaces often start to make strange noises when a malfunction is occurring. Here’s what those loud furnace noises often mean: Repeated clicking noises often indicate that ... Read more
Frozen Pipe Burst-Prevention & What To Do If It Occurs

Frozen Pipe Burst-Prevention & What To Do If It Occurs

Cold New Jersey winters can cause plumbing pipes to freeze and even burst, resulting in costly damage to your home. Why do pipes freeze and why should you care? Simply put, water expands as it freezes. When water expands inside a pipe it puts ... Read more
Don’t Forget to Add Heating Safety To Your Holiday Checklist

Don’t Forget to Add Heating Safety To Your Holiday Checklist

Are you aware that half of home heating fires are reported during the months of December, January and February?  More home fires occur on Christmas Day than any other day except Thanksgiving. While this sounds alarming the good thing is ... Read more
Shy Away From Closing Heating Vents

Shy Away From Closing Heating Vents

During the winter closing heating vents in the unused rooms of a home is a common practice. Many homeowners seem to believe that doing so will save them money. Although, this was a common practice used in the past, today it’s a different ... Read more
Thanksgiving Food to Avoid Putting Down Your Drain

Thanksgiving Food to Avoid Putting Down Your Drain

Thanksgiving is almost here which means delicious food will be cooking in the kitchen. While this sounds great, family, friends and food there is a downside. Did you know that Thanksgiving dinner is one of the worst things that can happen to ... Read more
Are You a DIY’er?

Are You a DIY’er?

According to the National Building Museum, the term “Do It Yourself” rose to popularity as a type of Home Improvement during the 1950s and 60s. As men and women returned home from the war efforts, many became interested in new ... Read more