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Don’t Miss Out: Schedule Annual Heating Maintenance ASAP

October 10th, 2016

Most people don’t give much thought to their heaters until it really starts to get chilly. But if you don’t schedule this preseason service, you may find that you soon wish you had.

Professional heating maintenance service includes a tune-up of your heater that can help it to operate smoothly and use less energy with each cycle. More importantly, most people who get annual maintenance services are able to avoid costly, sudden system breakdowns in the middle of winter.

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What You Need to Know about Deciding on a New Boiler

October 3rd, 2016

A boiler is a major investment, so it’s important to find one that’s just right for your home when you’re on the lookout for a replacement. Here’s what you should know about choosing a new boiler that will cost as little as possible to run each month and that won’t break down soon after installation.

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4 Reasons to Schedule Annual Heating Service Today

September 26th, 2016

Your heating system may seem to operate just fine, but hidden problems start to reveal themselves as the weather starts to get much colder. Schedule heating service today, so that you can find out about these problems and improve the performance of your furnace, boiler, or heat pump for the upcoming fall and winter chill. Read on to find out how annual heating service can benefit you and your home.

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How Often Should You Pump Your Septic Tank?

September 19th, 2016

When you have a septic tank, you have a little more to worry about than the average homeowner. Calling someone out to clear out the septic tank is a big job that will cost you and use up time. But it’s certainly better than the alternative. By all costs, you want to avoid the very real possibility of a sewage leak that can result from poor septic tank maintenance.

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3 Things You Should Know about Your Water Heater

September 12th, 2016

Evans Plumbing Inc is here to give you helpful tips for maintaining your plumbing system. This week, we go over some facts you may not know about a system that uses the second-most amount of energy of all your appliances: your water heater.

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How Hydro Jetting Clears Out Your Drains

September 5th, 2016

Most methods of drain cleaning target a specific clog or type of clog. But much of the residue in the drains is left behind, which leaves your drains vulnerable to more blockage in the near future. Hydro jetting is one of the only ways to really get the drains clean, and this is important if you want to drastically cut back on the number of clogs you get in a year.

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Why You Should Service Your Heating System Today

August 29th, 2016

Schedule heating service now, before it gets cold outside! We know you’re not thinking about your heater very often right now. But winter has a way of sneaking up on us, and you want to avoid the rush and see that your heater gets the service it needs to get through the winter. Here’s why we think you should schedule heating services today!

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Why Is Water Leaking from the Air Conditioner?

August 22nd, 2016

A lot of people schedule plumbing service when they noticed a leak, only to be surprised when they find out the air conditioner is at fault. No, your air conditioner doesn’t use water to run. But water can still leak from the system if everything is not working smoothly.

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Is It Time to Replace Your Toilet?

August 15th, 2016

Simple repairs to the flush valve can often help to resolve issues like a running toilet. Occasionally, toilet repairs are a bit more complex, like when a leak in the water shutoff valve forces you to replace it. But sometimes, replacing your toilet is the best bet.

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3 Potential Reasons for Your Low Water Pressure

August 8th, 2016

When the water pressure drops in your home, you have a lot of trouble getting dishes done, feeling refreshed in the shower, or even doing simple tasks like washing your hands. You need more than just a drip from your faucet to get things done around the house, so you may need to call a plumber to help you solve the problem.

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