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  • Two Things To Consider When Buying A Tankless Water Heater For A Tiny Home

    The primary challenge of designing and building a tiny house is maximizing available space. The average tiny house is about 186 square feet, which doesn't leave a lot of room for things like hot water tanks. While tankless water heaters are a good option for this type of home, the diversity of options can make it difficult to choose the right one. Here are two main things to consider when picking a tankless water heater for your tiny home.
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  • 2 Common Questions About Heat Pumps

    Heat pumps are efficient units for heating the home. If you are considering this option for heating your home, you will have some decisions to make. Below, you will find some help answering some of those questions. Will the heat pump keep your home warm enough during the coldest winter days? In very cold climates, heat pumps can struggle to heat the home. Know that many heat pumps come with emergency heating systems to help keep the home at a comfortable temperature.
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  • Four Things To Do For Your Air Conditioning

    There are certain things you will want to do for your air conditioning system to help ensure that it continues to run smoothly. Every once in a while, be sure to do these four things: Check the Thermostat: If the thermostat is not working, then there is no way that you can adjust the temperature of the air conditioning. This means that it could be stuck blowing out air that is too cold or too warm for you.
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  • 3 Possible Reasons Why Your Shower Isn't Producing Hot Water

    When you turn on the shower, you expect the water to be nice and warm. The last thing you want is the water to turn ice cold in the middle of your shower. Unfortunately, it isn't always a case of waiting on the hot water heater to generate more hot water. There are plenty of other things that can cause your shower to stop producing hot water. If this happened to you, here are a couple places to look.
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  • How A Bad Heat Pump Leads To A Decreased Amount Of Warm Air

    It can be annoying when a central heating system stops producing a sufficient amount of warm air when it is cold in the house. If there is a visible flame lit in the pilot of your furnace, it is possible that the heating problem stems from malfunctioning heat pumps. Find out in this article what can go wrong with a heat pump that causes inefficient heat, and how much a new pump is estimated to cost.
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  • Exploring Four Possible Reasons Your AC Is Leaking

    You may think that the leak from your air conditioning is just annoying, but it can actually mean something is wrong with your AC unit. Once you notice this happening don't ignore the problem. First, turn off your air conditioning because the water from these leaks can cause even more damage to your unit. Next, you will want to start investigating to find out where the leak is coming from. Here are four possible reasons your air conditioning is leaking.
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  • Planning A Christmas Party? How To Avoid These Two Plumbing Problems

    If you are planning to have a Christmas party and will have a lot of guests at your house, you may end up having some plumbing problems. Below are two problems you may have and how to avoid them, so you can spend time with your family and friends enjoying your party. Food Food can be the main culprit from your party. For example, people may throw food down your garbage disposal, or they may put their plates with a lot of food still on them in your dishwasher.
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  • How To Access And Clean A Furnace Blower

    The functionality of your central HVAC system depends on the operation of your heater and air conditioner. Of course, if there is something serious wrong with your heater or AC unit, you will probably need to start looking for a new product. However, these appliances are very expensive. It is a major investment, so you want to explore all the alternatives first. You might actually be able to improve the functionality of your HVAC system by cleaning the furnace blower.
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  • How To Improve Your AC System

    The problem with air conditioners is that they will eventually become less effective. However, this does not mean you need to run out and buy a new one as soon as you notice decreased performance. These expensive appliances are a major investment, so you should do what you can to repair your AC unit on your own. There are a few easy fixes that could instantly improve the effectiveness of your air conditioner.
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