A pressure regulation valve is installed in your home here in Havertown and Springfield, PA by a qualified professional, and as its name states, it regulates the water pressure in your home. Most pipes can comfortably support water pressure of about 80 psi (pounds per square inch), and can go brief periods where the pressure is much higher.
Looking for a heating system that is efficient and safe? Radiant floor heating just might be the answer! This floor heating system has a ton of benefits and can serve as a whole-home heating system or supplemental heating. Before deciding which heating system is best for you, we have compiled a list of 5 benefits of radiant floor heating systems.
Late summer is a good time to take stock of your HVAC system here in Bryn Mawr, PA. Summer has been with us for several months now and with at least another month of hot weather expects, older air conditioners will begin to show signs of the strain.
Did you know that a leaking faucet can waste up to a hundred dollars worth of water? And that’s just a minor leak. A larger faucet leak can waste more than 30 gallons of water a day, putting a significant dent in your wallet. To help you save money, we have compiled a list of 5 causes of leaky faucets
Comfort is essential to a home. A heat pump helps provide that warm air in the winter and cold air in the summer. Air or ground-source heat pumps could be a viable alternative to furnaces. When a heat pump is installed properly, it can deliver up to three times more heat energy to a home than the electrical energy it
Indoor plumbing has existed since the Roman times, and like anything else, it has enjoyed numerous technological advancements in the long years since. But in some ways, the principles remain the same.
The fall is the best time of the year to arrange for new heating installation for your home. During the lull between the summer heat and the winter cold, you can take the time to research the best new heating system for your household, work with technicians to size the unit properly…
Problems with your sewer line need to be addressed quickly. Learn to spot the signs that you need repairs.
Finding lead in your home can be alarming, especially since lead pipes are not common in houses anymore. To protect the health of your family, it’s important to be familiar with how to identify lead pipes behind your walls or ceiling. In addition, it’s critical to be aware of the negative health consequences and history of lead pipes to ensure
Indoor air quality is important all year round, but it becomes especially important in the winter. Dry air breeds lots of dust and dirt, as well as encouraging the spread of colds and flu bugs.