Wm. Henderson Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Inc. Blog : Archive for October, 2011

Do Spooks and Goblins Live in Your Water Pipes?

Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

"Hiss! Squeak! Bang! Boom! Whistle! Shriek!" Does this describe the sounds and noises that are coming from the water pipes in your home? Does it sound like the Halloween spooks and goblins have arrived early?

It’s a sure bet that you would much rather have only water come from the water pipes, and not be accompanied by all of these irritating and bothersome noises.

Where are the noises coming from? Are they causing any harm? Or are they just a nuisance?
While spooky noises can be upsetting, there is a bigger problem that comes into play; and yes, it can damage your plumbing system.

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Why it is Important to Perform a Winter Check-Up of Your Heating System

Friday, October 14th, 2011

Imagine your home is in a snowstorm. The air inside of your home is freezing: time to get your heater going. However, when you turn your heating system on and hear nothing. Suddenly, you realize that your heating system is broken. You need immediate heating repair, because the air is getting colder and the snow keeps falling.

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Check Out Our Blog for the Latest in HVAC Technology

Friday, October 14th, 2011

Be sure to bookmark the ((COMPANY NAME)) blog for updates on the latest advances in ((Plumbing and/or HVAC)) technology.

We’ll feature money saving promotions here as well.

Call ((COMPANY NAME)) for all your ((COMPANY SERVICE)) needs.

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Welcome to Our New Website

Friday, October 14th, 2011

iMarket Solutions has launched ((COMPANY NAME))’s new custom website. To learn more about how iMarket Solutions can expand your presence on the web visit: www.imarketsolutions.com

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Choosing a Humidifier

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

During the colder months, the amount of moisture in the air drops dramatically. Many people choose to get humidifiers in order to improve the quality of the air within their home.

Humidifiers come in several different styles. There are humidifiers designed for single rooms and those that are connected to your HVAC system. Individual room humidifiers can be purchased as stand-alone units and need nothing more than a plug and some easy maintenance. Larger humidifiers designed for the entire home (known as “forced air humidifiers”) often require humidifier installation professionals to correctly install the system and get it to work properly.

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