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About New Home Plumbing Installation

Building a new home or purchasing a new home can be exciting. New homes require home plumbing installation, however. Continue reading below to learn steps concerning new home plumbing installation.

Timeline

Plumbing occurs in new homes when the foundation has been laid. It is important to consider ensuring that the plumbing installation is completed before the drywall is hung. It will take time to fit in the water-based features such as sinks, time to install pipes and fixtures and time to connect drains and water systems. This is one of the lengthiest processes of building a new home or in renovating an older home, so try to be as patient as possible. read more

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What is plumbing drain piping?

Your home’s plumbing is a complex system that carries water into the house, removes wastewater and permits venting. Most people are only familiar with the visible parts of the system, but, below eye level, a critical system of drain piping exists that ensures the health and safety of the families that use it. Here’s a closer look at your plumbing drain piping and how to keep the system functioning properly. read more

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Common Types of Dirt, Mites, and Mold Found in HVAC Ducts, and What You Can Do About Them

Contaminants are found throughout HVAC ducts. These contaminants provide dirty ventilation in your home for poor air quality. Continue reading below to learn about the most common contaminants and what you can do.

Dirt

Dirt is an inanimate contaminate that is found in HVAC ducts. This means that it is not a living organism. These often provide for allergies and flu-like illnesses. read more

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Popular HVAC FAQs

So you’re interested in understanding more about your HVAC system? Whether your interest in HVAC systems is driven by your need to improve the comfort of your home, or you want to increase your property’s value, or maybe you’re looking into HVAC systems because they are a required industry standard; there are numerous benefits that come with understanding HVAC systems. For instance, by getting proactive and showing interest in knowing all aspects of your HVAC system, you get to ensure that your HVAC is in perfect working condition throughout the year. read more

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What You Should Know Before Calling A Winnipeg Emergency Plumber!

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There are many types of plumbing emergencies that require immediate action on your part. Not all plumbing emergencies need to be solved in the middle of the night at a high cost charged by a 24-hour plumbing service. You need to have an idea about some of these emergencies before you call a 24-hour emergency plumber. Here is what you should know before calling an emergency plumber. read more

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Does Air Duct Cleaning Help?

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Air duct cleaning isn’t a gimmick nor does it come with negatives. This is an all-encompassing process that’s ideal for modern properties and can be a game-changer when it comes to the HVAC system.

Let’s take a look at the benefits of air duct cleaning and why it helps.

Benefits of Air Duct Cleaning

1) Reduces Allergens read more

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Common Ways a Furnace can Break and How to Prevent That

Furnaces may sound like simple pieces of equipment but there are actually a lot of ways that they can go wrong. For a furnace to adequately heat a property it must have good ventilation and air flow, in particular over the heat exchanger.

The reason for this is that when you fire up a furnace, the heat exchanger will, of course, heat up. The rate at which the heat exchanger should heat up, however, must be controlled. When things heat up they expand, and if the heat exchanger expands too rapidly it will crack. A broken heat exchanger will render the entire furnace inoperable, and may actually mean that the whole furnace needs replaced. read more

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