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Low Water Pressure Got You Stressed?

Water Pressure

Normal water pressure is something we do not appreciate until we experience the frustration of turning on the faucet to a whole lot of nothing.  Low water pressure can cause even the simplest of tasks to take two to three times as long to complete.  Sometimes the problem is just the result of running more…

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Top 3 Ways to Increase Your Comfort

Extremes in temperature can greatly affect your indoor comfort level; and with the hot temps we’ve had this summer, air conditioning systems are getting a major workout.  Below are the top 3 ways to help combat these hot temps, remain comfortable in your home and even save you money! Maintaining your cooling system annually is…

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“Spring Clean” Your Plumbing

Each season brings its own set of household tasks and spring certainly has its share. While it’s okay to do little plumbing jobs around your home, the big plumbing projects are best left to the professionals. If you don’t know what you’re doing, messing around with your plumbing can result in serious damage, expensive repairs,…

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Plumbing 101

Sink Final

If you're lucky, you rarely need to worry about your plumbing. Your toilet flushes and your sink drains smoothly; you have plenty of hot water and your shower has good water pressure. But luck doesn't last forever. Many problems can occur in this system. Pipes can break, drains can plug, and valves can leak. When…

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Heating Solutions Explained

heating

Home heating is crucial in the northeast, especially for the winter months. There are many factors to consider when choosing a heating option for your home. Efficiency and cost are two of the biggest. When it comes to heating your home, which is preferable, a heat pump, a furnace, or a boiler? There are pros…

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Why Does Your Utility Company Want to Give You Hundreds of Dollars?

Save Money

It’s no secret that we all need to be more energy efficient, both to save money and be more environmentally friendly; the big surprise is that the utility companies actually want to pay you to do so. If it seems strange for companies that are in business to make a profit to want consumers to…

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Combat Rising Costs & Save Money

Homeowners have been hit hard with the rising cost of living and are looking for ways to cut costs without sacrificing comfort.  A study conducted by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), a department of the DOE, estimated that New Jersey households experienced a 49% increase within a decade … from an average 10.69 cents/kWh…

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“If it Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix it!”

Isn’t that the old adage most of us go by? When things are moving along smoothly in our lives we often don’t pay attention to the details, one of those details being regular maintenance on our heating and cooling system. We figure why fix something that’s not broken, right? We let it go year after…

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Basics of Heating

According to the U.S. Federal Government heating and cooling accounts for around 45% of Americans’ annual energy bills. They estimate that on average homeowners will spend more than $10,000 for heating and cooling over a 10-year period. We are a comfort-based society and most of us have high expectations for comfort in our own homes.…

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Sump Pumps: What You Need to Know

Sump pumps

Just one inch of water can take hours of clean up and leaves your home at risk for mold, rot, and other major issues. Sump pumps are an easy solution to help address this issue. A sump pump will help keep your basement and beneath your home dry.

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