MarGo Plumbing Heating Cooling Inc. Blog: Archive for October, 2016

Winter Is on the Way: Winterize Outdoor Faucets

Monday, October 31st, 2016

As local temperatures start to drop, our plumbers want you to know one important thing: taking care of your plumbing system now can help to save you a lot of money and energy next spring.

We know that may seem like a long way off. But would you rather take on a couple of small maintenance tasks now or pay money to replace your outdoor faucets and piping a few months later?

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Here’s Why You Should Replace Your Water Heater BEFORE It Breaks Down

Monday, October 24th, 2016

Have you got a water heater that’s 8-20 years old or even older? It might be time to start thinking about a replacement unit.

We know that most people don’t particularly want to go through the process of replacing a water heater if it has not yet broken down. However, you use your water heater every day. And the older it gets, the more it wears down.

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How to Pick Out Your New Bathroom Faucet

Monday, October 17th, 2016

Whether you’re replacing a bathroom faucet that’s never worked quite the way you wanted or you’re upgrading the design of your bathroom, you’ll want to put some thought into your new faucet. Today, we offer some advice for those looking around for a new faucet for the bathroom sink. If you need more help, just call our friendly team of trained plumbers.

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How a Furnace Tune-Up Keeps Your Home Safe

Monday, October 10th, 2016

The furnace is a fixture in your home you rarely give much thought to. Typically, you care more about the thermostat settings and whether you’re getting the right amount of airflow throughout the home.

But it’s worth it to give some thought to your furnace before it starts to cool off significantly. That gives you more time to enjoy the winter and less time worrying about if and when your furnace will break down. You can save money and your family is safer too!

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Are These Contaminants in Your Water Supply?

Monday, October 3rd, 2016

The water in your home’s faucets may not be as clean as you think.

Despite the treatment process involved when you get your water from the city’s supply, lingering contaminants could still potentially be found in your water supply. Take a look at some of the most common water contaminants found in homes’ supplies. Could they be in your water?

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