Basnett Plumbing, Heating & AC Blog: Archive for December, 2016

Is It Time to Replace Your Water Heater?

Tuesday, December 27th, 2016

We know that nobody wants to replace a major home system unless it is really necessary. But we also know that nobody wants to be stuck without any hot water at all. What’s worse is that, when your water heater breaks, it could leave water leaking all over the floor!

Should you think about water heater replacement? Ask yourself these questions to find out.

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Prevent Heating and Plumbing Problems Over the Holiday Season

Monday, December 19th, 2016

We have been making homes comfortable since 1987, which means we’ve seen how the changing of the seasons can affect plumbing, heating, and AC systems. As the holidays approach, heating and plumbing systems can take a real beating. This is partially because temperatures keep dropping, but also because of family gatherings and more time spent in the home—or away from it.

Today, we’d like to spend some time helping you prevent plumbing and heating issues, so that you are not left frantically searching for the number of a plumber or technician available during your holiday dinner. Look through our tips and call our friendly team for more information.

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How Warm Should I Keep My Home?

Monday, December 12th, 2016

Of course, you want to be comfortable when you come into your home for a break from the winter air, but comfort comes with a price. What temperature can you set your thermostat to for more efficient heating? How warm should the house be if you’re going on vacation? We’d like to answer your comfort and efficiency questions today. For more, get in touch with our friendly technicians.

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No Heat: Is My Thermostat Broken?

Monday, December 5th, 2016

At Basnett Plumbing & Heating, our technicians are always happy to help. That said, many people wait until the last minute to ask for help, which could result in going without heat for longer and paying more for the repair overall.

Don’t assume it’s a simple fix. If you notice problems with your heating system, call a technician ASAP! Contrary to popular belief, the problem probably has nothing to do with your home’s thermostat. While it’s a possibility, it’s one that’s easy to rule out, and it’s better to have a professional technician diagnose the problem.

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