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Should You Replace Your Boiler Pipes Along With Your Commercial Boiler?

Feb 17, 2020

Are you wondering if it’s time to replace your commercial boiler and thinking about replacing your boiler pipes along with the unit? Building owners and facility managers often choose boilers because they are extremely energy efficient when compared to other types of heating, and the boilers can be multi-functional, also providing reliable hot water to the residents and employees of your building. Of course, there’s a good chance that your boiler’s plumbing pipes were installed at the same time as your current boiler system. The good news is that you can determine if it’s time to replace the entire system, including the pipes, or just the boiler unit.

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6 Signs of a Gas Leak and What You Should Do

Feb 07, 2020

Natural gas can be a safe, cost-effective way to meet your household's energy demands when used properly and safely.

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Furnace Not Turning on Automatically? 7 Troubleshooting Tips

Jan 27, 2020

When the temperature starts to plummet, you want to be able to get comfortable and cozy in your own home. There are few things more uncomfortable than waking up in the middle of the night in winter and shivering because your furnace isn't working.

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Heat Pump vs Furnace: Which Will Keep Your Chicago Home Warm?

Jan 16, 2020

Are you questioning the best way to heat your home? Heat pumps have been a hot topic of discussion lately for their environmental friendliness. While they're a popular heat source in the southern U.S., can they handle the notoriously brutal Chicago winters like a standard gas furnace?

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Do Energy-Efficient Appliances Save Money?

Dec 20, 2019

We're always looking for new ways to save money without giving up the small luxuries we love. By switching to energy-efficient appliances, you could save hundreds of dollars per year.

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Things You Should Never Put Down Your Garbage Disposal

Dec 19, 2019

A garbage disposal can make cleaning up after meals a whole lot easier. Instead of constantly unblocking your drain or having to worry about sneaky pieces of food making their way into your pipes, a garbage disposal does the hard work for you—it grinds up food waste, allowing scraps to easily flow through your pipes and out to the sewer.

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Thanksgiving Checklist: Getting Your Home Ready for Guests

Nov 22, 2019

It's definitely starting to get colder outside. Do you know what that means? Thanksgiving is coming up! Are you getting ready to prepare a feast for your family and loved ones? While you're planning your Thanksgiving checklist, remember to create a to-do list for your house as well!

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What To Do If Your Toilet Overflows?

Nov 04, 2019

As a homeowner, or even as a renter, hearing water unexpectedly splashing on the floor in the bathroom when it's vacant can make your heart skip a beat.

Water damage can be an expensive, unpleasant burden to handle. Unfortunately, you'll probably have to deal with a faulty, overflowing toilet at some point in your life. Do you know what to do when the water from the toilet starts flooding your bathroom?

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Fall Home Maintenance Checklist: Preparing for Cold Chicago Winters

Oct 29, 2019

With winter fast approaching, it won't be long until the cold weather and low temperatures are here to stay. With this in mind, it's important to ensure your home is fully winterized. To keep your home running and reduce the amount you have to spend on repairs when the snow hits and the wind chill drops, take a look at our fall homeowner checklist.

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Does a Low-Flow Toilet Really Save Money?

Sep 16, 2019

If you’re a homeowner with older toilets, you could be flushing your hard-earned money down the drain. Regular-flow toilets can use up to seven gallons of water per flush. In comparison, a low-flow toilet is required to use 1.6 gallons of water or less per flush.

When you start doing the math, you can see that with every flush, a few cents are added to your water bill. These cents can quickly turn into dollars. By limiting the amount of water you use per flush, it’s possible to drastically reduce your water bill.

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