Detect Carbon Monoxide in Your Home With These Alarms

Detect Carbon Monoxide in Your Home With These AlarmsCarbon monoxide is an extremely dangerous gas, partly because it is so toxic and partly because it cannot be detected by human sight or smell. Since carbon monoxide (CO) can be given off by practically anything that burns fuel to create heat, it’s a real threat in homes with gas furnaces, water heaters and stoves. Fortunately, you can detect carbon monoxide with readily available and easy-to-install CO detectors. Read More »

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Could You Afford the Cost of a Furnace Installation If You Had to Replace Today?

Could You Afford the Cost of a Furnace Installation If You Had to Replace Today?A quality furnace is necessary to maintain a comfortable home and manageable heating bills through the heating months. If the performance of your furnace was dismal last winter, brush up on the latest furnace systems, features and installation procedures so that you’re prepared for the cost of furnace installation, rather than being pressed to make quick and potentially costly decisions. Read More »

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Find Indoor Water Leaks Before It’s Too Late

Find Indoor Water Leaks Before It's Too LateWater leaks can be a major problem in any household. In fact, a typical home can lose anywhere from 2,000 to 20,000 gallons of water per year just from leaks. It’s important to find indoor water leaks before they cause damage to your home. Here’s how to check your home for leaks and save water. Read More »

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Are You Prepared For the Cost of a New Water Heater?

Are You Prepared For the Cost of a New Water Heater?One major purchase Cleveland area homeowners may have ahead of them – without realizing it– is a new water heater. While declining water heaters provide a few signs, they can also unexpectedly fail. A little preparation can prepare you for the cost of a new water heater.  Read More »

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Plumbing Tips for Fall to Keep Your Pipes Flowing

Plumbing Tips for Fall to Keep Your Pipes FlowingWith summer coming to an end and fall quickly approaching, there are a few things you should do to prepare for the upcoming Northeast Ohio fall and winter. One of them is checking your plumbing. Thankfully, these plumbing tips will help ensure your pipes stay flowing during the cold season. Read More »

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Troubleshooting the Heat Pump: A Practical Guide

Troubleshooting the Heat Pump: A Practical GuideHeat pumps do more than just heat your home during the winter; they also cool it during the summer. Heat pumps operate similar to central air conditioning in the summer and reverse the process for efficient heating in the winter. While you’ll want to get professional maintenance on a yearly – or even semi-annual – basis, it’s also important to know some steps you can take in troubleshooting the heat pump. Read More »

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Selecting a Water Heater: Many Options, but Choose Carefully

Selecting a Water Heater: Many Options, but Choose CarefullyA good water heater is essential for making sure that you have plenty of hot water for your showers, laundry and dishes. When you’re selecting a water heater, there are a few different things to look for that can make a big difference in how your unit performs once it’s installed in your Northeast Ohio home. Read More »

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Should My On-Demand Water Heater Take This Long To Heat Water?

Should My On-Demand Water Heater Take This Long To Heat Water?An on-demand water heater does away with one of the biggest drawbacks of conventional storage tank water heaters – the tank. Heat loss from the storage tank often wastes energy because water must be repeatedly reheated throughout the course of the day so it will be ready whenever there’s a demand. Also known as tankless water heaters, on-demand models heat water as it’s needed and store no reserves. As soon as a hot water tap is open, the tankless model senses flow and flash-heats water with electric coils or a gas burner. As long as the amount of hot water demand is within the rated capacity of the model, a tankless water heater should theoretically never run out of hot water. Read More »

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Summer is Nearly Over – Plan Fall Furnace Maintenance Now

Summer is Nearly Over – Plan Fall Furnace Maintenance NowSometimes summer can seem like it is much too short, and as it comes to an end in the Cleveland area, now is the time to start planning for the arrival of cooler weather and the return of heating season. It’s never too early to schedule your fall furnace maintenance appointment, and by doing it now, you will avoid your contractor’s busy period right before winter. Keeping up with your furnace maintenance can keep your utility bills lower, prolong the life of your furnace, and help keep your family safe. During the appointment, your contractor should perform the following steps: Read More »

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Your Cleveland Home Has Several HVAC Systems: Here’s How They Work Together

Your Cleveland Home Has Several HVAC Systems: Here's How They Work TogetherYou may think the cooling and heating abilities of your home come from completely different systems, but modern climate control technologies have allowed the integration of air conditioners and heating systems for more efficiency and effectiveness. Living in the Greater Cleveland area means you experience very cold winters and relatively mild summers with periodic intense heat waves. Because of this climate, you require both your heating and cooling systems to effectively use the same HVAC systems. Read More »

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