June 19th, 2023
You invested in a generator so that you know you’ll never lose power, even during a power outage. But you run your generator so infrequently that you may wonder if it will really work the way it is supposed to when a power outage does happen.
The good news is, there are some steps you can take to test your generator and make sure it is ready for a power outage. If you do have any concerns about how your generator is operating, you can call our team for generator repair in High Springs. Keep reading to learn more about how to ensure your generator is ready for a power outage.
June 5th, 2023
If you’re thinking about having a residential propane tank installed at your house, you may be wondering what to expect. There are some steps that you can take ahead of time to ensure a smooth installation on the day of your propane tank delivery.
When you do need a residential propane tank installation, give our team a call. We can help you make the process seamless from start to finish. In the meantime, you can keep reading to learn more about what you can do as a homeowner to prepare for your new propane tank installation.
May 22nd, 2023
When it’s time to install a new water heater in your home, you don’t necessarily want to just replace your existing water heater with something similar, even if you were happy with your water heater’s performance. Water heater technology has grown leaps and bounds since your current water heater was installed. There are many options on the market, and you want to choose one that fits your family’s needs.
If it’s time for a water heater replacement in Gainesville, give our team a call. In the meantime, you can keep reading to learn more about what some of your water heater options are. Then when you’re ready for a new installation, you can know you’re making an educated decision.
May 8th, 2023
Some homeowners think that it is perfectly normal to hear your water heater making boiling sounds. But, your water heater doesn’t actually heat water up enough for it to boil. In fact, nowhere near it. If it does sound like your water heater is boiling, that’s a sign that you need to get the system flushed out.
Hearing a water heater boiling noise in Alachua may not correlate with actually seeing any negative impacts to hot water in your home. In fact, boiling is an early indicator that your hot water tank needs help. Allowing the boiling sound to continue for an extended period of time is when you get in trouble. Keep reading to learn more about why you want to get your water heater assessed by a plumbing expert if it sounds like it is boiling.
April 24th, 2023
If you have a water heater in your home, you probably don’t give it much thought until it begins to cause problems. And when that happens, you need to schedule water heater repair in Alachua. When something goes wrong with your water heater, you may start to do a little research online ahead of the appointment to figure out what is wrong so you know what to expect.
Even if you find DIY tutorials online, you should never attempt to fix your water heater on your own. Instead, call us for expert service. Keep reading to learn more about some of the most common water heater repairs that we see in the area, including the signs of each one.
April 10th, 2023
You’ve probably heard of hard and soft water, although you may not know exactly what that means. Hard water has a higher mineral content, while soft water has fewer minerals. While you cannot see these minerals in the water, they can still have a huge impact on your home’s plumbing system, your water appliances, and even your own comfort.
If you have hard water, you will be able to notice negative impacts around your home. But you can combat hard water by installing water softeners in Gainesville. Keep reading to learn more about water softeners including the top four signs that your home needs one.
March 27th, 2023
If you’ve ever had a tank water system, you know that it’s important to schedule a flush of the system on a regular basis. But if you’ve switched over to a tankless water heater, do you still have to get the system flushed?
The short answer is yes. If you have a tankless water heater in High Springs, give us a call to schedule annual maintenance for your system. You can also keep reading to learn why it’s still important to have this important service done on a tankless water heater.
March 13th, 2023
If your home does not have an existing gas line, you may be thinking about installing one. Or maybe you have gas lines but never installed and connected any gas appliances in your home.
Gas lines offer a variety of benefits over other types of energy like electricity. When the power goes out, your gas lines will often still work. Gas heating can also be much more efficient than electric heating.
But installing a gas line is an extensive process. It actually takes a certified plumber to install a gas line because the pipes used for gas lines and water lines are very similar. If you’re interested in gas line installation, give our team a call. We can assess your home and outline your options. In the meantime, you can keep reading to learn more about the gas line installation process.
February 27th, 2023
Many homeowners want to save money by completing as many DIY projects around their homes as they can. But is it possible to install a water heater on your own? The short answer is yes that it is possible, but there are many reasons that you don’t want to install a water heater without the help of a plumbing expert.
The number one reason is that many areas actually require a certified expert to install and keep up water heaters. If you don’t have the proper credentials, it may actually be illegal for you to install a water heater on your own. So if you need help with installation or water heater repair in Gainesville, our team can help. In the meantime, keep reading to learn more about the risks of installing a water heater by yourself.
February 13th, 2023
Your water heater is likely in a closet or your garage. Because it is out of sight, you probably don’t give it much thought. That also means that you may not hear it if it ever makes unusual sounds. But if you do hear strange sounds coming from your water heater, it’s important to take it seriously.
In particular, when your water heater sounds like a tea kettle, you need to give our team a call to check it out. Unusual sounds indicate that something is going wrong. When you ignore unusual sounds, water heater problems can fester and get worse quickly. Learn more about unusual water heater sounds, what they mean, and what you can do about them.