A whole-house humidifier is actually a fairly simple device: just a wick that soaks up water from a reservoir and a fan that blows across it to add moisture vapor to the air circulating through your heating and air conditioning systems. But here in Havertown and Springfield, PA, that can make a huge difference not only in your household comfort levels, but in your heating system as a whole.
Commercial boilers are powerful heating systems, with the ability to keep an entire office building warm no matter what the outdoor temperature. Boilers are built tough because they often handle a large heating load. Even though these units are meant to last for many years…
We’ve handled many plumbing emergencies in our years in business, and we’ve put together a list of some of the more common ones that you might run into.
Hard water sounds like a serious health risk. In point of fact it’s not. It’s simply water with a particularly high mineral content.
Here’s our handy guide to 5 warning signs you have plumbing troubles that need a licensed professional plumber to repair.
If you have a furnace, especially a gas-burning furnace, you may one day find soot visible on the outside of the unit. Though this may alarm you at first, don’t panic. Soot isn’t necessarily a bad sign, depending on where you find it. Let’s take a look at some of the places you’re likely to find furnace soot, and what it means.
We’d like to give you a head start thinking about how you can make the best updates for your bathroom upgrade.
For many decades, galvanized steel was the principle material used for plumbing. However, because of steel’s weight and tendency to corrode over time, copper eventually replaced it. Copper remains prevalent today, but plastics are now equally common.
When it comes to the arsenal of tools that licensed plumbers use to clean drains, there is one tool you won’t find: liquid chemical drain cleaner. The bottles of chemicals advertised as “drain cleaners” on the shelves of grocery and drug stores are almost the worst thing…
You need to ensure that your Newtown Square, PA air conditioning system works well as we shift into the summer season. We see a great variety of problems every cooling season. One of the more common among them is frozen coils.