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Considering A Tank-Free Water Heater? What Homeowners Should Know First

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Both electric and gas water heaters for residential home use tend to last a long time, with relatively little maintenance beyond periodic cleaning. In fact, according to information published by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, often referred to as InterNACHI, the average lifespan is typically estimated at ten years, depending on the quality of the product and the installation and how well the water heater was maintained. With many water heaters lasting at least a decade or beyond, homeowners who are shopping for a replacement model may find themselves confused by unfamiliar choices when the time comes to replace their current water heater.…

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Answering A Few Questions About Replacing Your Air Conditioning System

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The installation of an air conditioning system can be one of the more important upgrades that you can make to your property. When you commit to upgrading this appliance, you may be able to dramatically improve the comfort of those living in the house along with the potential resale value of the property. Should You Simply Install The Same Type Of Air Conditioning System? When it comes time to replace the air conditioning system, you might assume that you should simply replace the air conditioning system with the same make and model unit.…

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Three Ways To Avoid Clogged Drains

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Clogged drains can quickly disrupt the day to day operations of your entire home, making it impossible for you to properly remove wastewater from sinks, showers, toilets, and many other water fixtures and appliances. The best and most effective way to remove clogs is to make a proactive effort to prevent them from occurring in the first place. Understanding which products to avoid throwing down the drain can help you avoid costly and frustrating repairs and drain cleaning in the future.…

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