Why do my steam pipes bang when my heat comes on?
Steam systems need an experienced team to decipher the problems and know how to fix them. The banging sound could be caused by a steam line which is holding water. The drastic difference in the hot steam and cool water creates a loud, violent, banging noise. It could also be the piping near the boiler (if installed improperly) causing banging elsewhere in the house. Let us monitor the WHOLE system and get to the root of the trouble without hurting your wallet any more than needed. We know steam systems!!!
Is a Tankless Water Heater better than a conventional storage tank?
The answer is yes and no. Tankless water heaters are great, they have very low operating costs, because they use very little energy, can be installed in tight spaces, provide an endless supply of hot water if designed properly. The pros of a conventional storage tank are that they have a low upfront installation cost, require very little or no maintenance, require no electricity to operate on most models. Repairs are less expensive than a tankless when needed. Contact us at (877) 777-0796, and let us help choose the right option for your home or business.
I want to follow up on a repair of some parts.
I'm so sorry, he won't be able to answer the phone. So let me send him a message, and during the day, I will get back to you with the information because it is Sunday, our technician doesn't work today. Anyway, if not even today, we will update you tomorrow morning.
I AM REPLACING THE OUTDOOR UNIT, DOES THE INDOOR UNIT NEED REPLACING?
The outdoor unit, also known as the condenser unit and the indoor unit, also known as the air handler are two separate units. Each unit works independently and does not need to be replaced if the other is. The role of the condenser is to remove heat from the system, while the role of the air handler is to condition and circulate the air.
How do I get my toilet tank to stop over flowing?
Most often the cause is the fill valve in the tank has a leak in it. If the fill valve is old, you should replace it. Sometimes the shaft or wire that is used to set the level corrodes off. If the shaft or wire seems to be your problem then replacing it should fix your problem. Another possibility, if the fill valve has been replaced recently, is that it could be set too high.
Is it worth repairing a 10-year-old refrigerator?
Whether it is worth repairing a 10-year-old refrigerator depends on several factors. Firstly, the cost of repairing the refrigerator must be compared to the cost of purchasing a new one. If the repair cost is significantly less than the cost of a new refrigerator, it may be worth repairing. Secondly, the overall condition of the refrigerator needs to be considered. If the refrigerator has a history of frequent repairs and breakdowns, it may not be worth repairing. Lastly, the refrigerator's energy efficiency should be evaluated, as newer models are often more energy-efficient and may save money on electricity bills in the long run.
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