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5 Most Common Plumbing Problems & How to Avoid Them

What Are The Most Common Plumbing Problems? The most common plumbing problems are clogged drains and toilets, leaky faucets and pipes, water heater issues, low water pressure, and a running toilet. Each of these issues requires a different solution that we will cover below. You don’t realize how much you rely on plumbing until you […]

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How to Make a Small Bathroom Look Bigger

The bathroom is an important part of the home and, as anyone who grew up with a large family can attest, a bigger room is a major convenience. While you may not be able to change the physical size of your bathroom, there are a number of ways to make a smaller space seem bigger. […]

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Why You Run out of Hot Water and How to Prevent It

Jump to Section:  Why Am I Running Out of Hot Water | How Water Heaters Work | Types of Water Heaters | Does Weather Affect My Hot Water Heater? | Top Reasons You Run Out of Hot Water | [VIDEO] Wrong Size Water Heater | Solutions to Prevent Running Out of Hot Water | Tips for Maintaining Your […]

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Keep Your House Cool On a Budget

Before you curse the name of summer, there’s easy relief in sight. We at Home Climates know how to slam the door on inescapable heat. We’ve laid out some simple tricks to keep your residence cool without freezing up your bank account. Air conditioning units can drain your wallet and make a racket. Don’t give […]

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5 Reasons Why You Might Have Low Water Pressure

5 Common Reasons for Low Water Pressure Low water pressure is second only to sudden temperature shifts on the list of shower-related annoyances. Aside from being a nuisance, low pressure can be a symptom of a more serious problem. Your home’s plumbing is a complex system, and there are many possible reasons why you may […]

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8 Signs You Need to Call a Plumber

Some plumbing problems look like a quick fix, but you end up waist deep in water that’s coming from who knows where. We all like to tackle projects ourselves when we can, but toilets and sinks have the potential to do significant harm because leaks can spread or go undetected in walls until it’s too […]

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How Does a Geothermal System Work?

Do you want to save money on your electric and hot water bills? A typical American family pays an average of $115 a month on home electricity, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. You can save up to 80% each year on hot water, heating and cooling by switching from a traditional HVAC to a geothermal heat pump. […]

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Ductless HVAC Guide: Mini-Split Systems Benefits, Options & More

Table of Contents – Jump To: What Are Ductless Mini-Splits?  |  Single-Zone vs. Multi-Zone  |  The Components of a Mini-Split System  |  How Do Mini-Split Systems Work?  |  Is Ductless a Good Option for My Home?  |  Drawbacks of Ductless Systems  |  Ductless Mini Split Options  |  How Many Mini Splits Do I Need?  |  What Size Mini-Split Do […]

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Risks of Indoor Air Quality

Smog and other types of pollution are issues almost everyone is aware of and concerned about. However, given the fact that we spend up to 90% of our lives indoors, air quality in the home is an issue that has gotten relatively little attention. Many people think the biggest threats to our health are external, such as […]

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How Clean Air Filters Can Reduce Your Heating and Cooling Costs

If you’ve been wondering why your HVAC unit isn’t delivering the desired results, chances are there’s a simple factor you’ve been overlooking. Failing to maintain clean air filters in the heating and cooling systems is a contributing cause of poor air quality that can affect the health and well being of your family. It may […]

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