DIY Albuquerque Drain Clog Repair—Is It Time to Call a Plumber? – Part Two |


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Plumbing repairs you can do yourself can be done with basic household tools most homes have on hand. Those tools, which more than likely in your home’s junk drawer or toolbox, include an adjustable spanner wrench and basic screwdriver. Here are the repairs you can fix on your own with these two ordinary tools: Broken Bathroom or Kitchen Tap Broken taps when closed no longer stop water from running event though the tap is shut off. Taking out the broken […]

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DIY Albuquerque Drain Clog Repair—Is It Time to Call a Plumber? – Part One |


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Drain Clog Repair Albuquerque Repairing plumbing issues in an Albuquerque, NM, home is not for the faint of heart. However, its true there are certain plumbing problems the average person can do. Small plumbing problems like a bathroom sink clog can solved in not time flat. But, if a major plumbing issue pops up its ugly head, it makes good sense to hire an Albuquerque, NM plumber than to take on the task yourself.   Plumbing repairs you can do […]

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5 Easy Steps to Doing Your Own Monthly Albuquerque Business or Home Plumbing Inspection |


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Checking out your Albuquerque, NM’s business’ and your home’s plumbing including sewer and water pipes is a wise policy to follow on regular monthly basis, particularly if the home is older. As time passes, from the beginning when a home is built and everything is brand new including all the plumbing, to years or even decades later, a home’s plumbing will show signs of wear or even real problems. If you don’t keep a watchful eye on your home’s plumbing […]

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How to Determine How Often to do Your Albuquerque Home Furnace Service – Part Two |


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With the cold season approaching, for many of us, it’s about time to start thinking about doing your Albuquerque Home furnace service. More recent furnace models don’t require much as far as getting set up for winter. A decade and more ago, it was recommended to have our furnaces and boilers checked annually. Now, thankfully, we have electronics on our side to do most of the work. Service techs now still clean and check them, but there are only a […]

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How to Determine How Often to do Your Albuquerque Home Furnace Service – Part One |


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With the cold season approaching, for many of us, it’s about time to start thinking about doing your Albuquerque Home furnace service. More recent furnace models don’t require much as far as getting set up for winter. A decade and more ago, it was recommended to have our furnaces and boilers checked annually. Now, thankfully, we have electronics on our side to do most of the work. Service techs now still clean and check them, but there are only a […]

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Top Reasons Why Your Home’s Furnace Isn’t Working at Top Efficiency – Part Three |


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There are several things you may be doing that is making your home’s furnace unit work too hard. Knowing what you may be doing wrong is important so you can correct those habits and help your system work more efficiently. Here are a couple more things you may be doing that is likely costing you money. Not changing your filter. Basements, attics, or any similar out of sight location is where most of the furnaces and boilers are stored in […]

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Top Reasons Why Your Home’s Furnace Isn’t Working at Top Efficiency – Part Two |


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There are several things you may be doing that is making your home’s furnace unit work too hard. Knowing what you may be doing wrong is important so you can correct those habits and help your system work more efficiently. Here are a couple things you may be doing that is likely costing you money. Cranking the thermostat when you’re cold. It may seem only natural to turn up the temperature when returning home from a cold walk, only a […]

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Top Reasons Why Your Home’s Furnace Isn’t Working at Top Efficiency – Part One |


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We are all familiar with the cozy indoor setting that winter brings. All you want to do is bunker down with your favorite blanket and warm beverage after turning up the heat to get a break from the frigid temperatures outside. But it can get chilly very quickly if you hear rattling or squeaking coming from the heating system, or even worse, the warm air you were just enjoying turns into a breeze. Furnaces tend to be fairly neglected until […]

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Albuquerque Swamp Cooler Shut Down Steps—Do it the Right Way – Part Three |


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Focus on Swamp Cooler Pipes There may be some stubborn moisture in the pipes that doesn’t want to come out, but luckily there is a trick! A conventional blow dryer is a nice, easy way to dry everything up inside those tricky pipes before you seal up your cooler. Rinse the Swamp Cooler Pan At this point the cooler pan or tank should be empty, but there’s more work to be done. To remove sediments, minerals, and anything else that […]

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Albuquerque Swamp Cooler Shut Down Steps—Do it the Right Way – Part Two |


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Proper swamp cooler shut down requires following a well planned strategic set of steps. The process requires a little more work, but this guide will assist you in your journey to taking proper care of your home. Keeping the Swamp Cooler Clean When not in use, evaporative coolers tend to gather debris and grime. These kill the performance by working against the machine when left to accumulate over time. It can even cause it to use more power than you […]

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