The plumbing system is to a house, the way the human nervous system is to the body. It might be a bit of an exaggeration, but if you think about it well enough, you’ll see that we’re on to something.
As Northern New Jersey sees temperatures in the 90s this week, many are already using air conditioning — and counting on it to work. But if your air conditioning goes on the fritz, you might be in trouble.
As the seasons change, so does the way you use your plumbing. Summer brings a unique set of plumbing problems that are essential to prepare for and combat. The Roman Electric team has assembled this list of common summer plumbing problems that homeowners should know about. Read on to find out more.
Summer is the time of year for vacations and barbecue cook-outs, but it also brings sweltering temperatures that might have you running to turn down the thermostat. Because of this, you’ll probably notice your electric bill beginning to skyrocket. With higher energy prices and increased concerns about blackouts in many parts of the US, this is even more of a concern.
When purchasing a furnace, you should get what you pay for.
Even a small amount of water can cause considerable damage to your home.
Buying a house is a huge decision and one of the biggest investments you’ll ever make. Selecting a home with many plumbing issues could cost you thousands down the road, and add significant stress to your life.
As summer winds down, it’s a good idea to think about preparing your plumbing for the months ahead.
There are many reasons to have maintenance performed on your HVAC system. End-of-summer HVAC maintenance can help extend the life of your cooling system as well as increase its efficiency.
Here are the eight best, no-cost suggestions for air conditioning maintenance. These tips can help keep air conditioning systems healthy as the weather gets warmer and homeowners will begin turning on their units.