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When you open the faucet in your home most of us take for granted that the water will flow out.  Of course, this is really dependent upon the pressure that water is under.  Water pressure is created by water forcing its way through the distribution system to your tap. Water pressure should generally be between 60 and 75 PSI inside your home.

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Going green is a popular trend these days, and by going green you are helping conserve our natural resources.  Fortunately for homeowners, the by-product of conserving natural resources is often a reduction in monthly utility bills.  The home services industry (i.e. heating & cooling and plumbing) offers products on the market today that are more efficient than ever.  By choosing these energy efficient products you can save money and “go green” without losing anything in home comfort.

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The air duct system within your home is responsible for distributing air (cold or hot) throughout your home and returning it back to your equipment so that it can be treated, heated or cooled again, and then redistributed.  Clean, maintained and well-installed ductwork enables your heating and cooling system to run more efficiently and maintain consistent temperatures, while providing better overall comfort to you and your family.

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The average household spends $400-600 per year on water heating, making it the second largest energy expenditure after heating and cooling. Water heaters have come a long ways in the last 20 years and are now much more efficient.

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These days the internet has become a very valuable tool for price comparing when considering purchases, especially major purchases. Everyone uses it. However, if you are considering a new heating and cooling system you need to consider more than just what the best price is and who carries the top brand. The largest factors when buying a heating and cooling system are the installation and maintenance.

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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 trouble arises, it's helpful if you know how the system works. This knowledge can help you save money, prevent damage to your home and keep your family safe.

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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.

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