Earthwise Home Services Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Plano’

Your Air Conditioner’s Compressor Explained

Monday, June 10th, 2019

air-conditioning-maintenanceYou don’t need to know every single aspect of your air conditioner, but if there’s one portion of your air conditioner that you do need to know it is the compressor. If your air conditioner didn’t have a compressor it simply wouldn’t be able to run. If you’re having major air conditioner problems this spring then your air conditioner’s compressor could be at risk. If you think you need air conditioning repair in Plano, TX this year then make sure you contact our team today.

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You Might Enjoy a Ductless System If …

Monday, February 18th, 2019

ductless-heat-pumpMany homeowners are perfectly fine with using a ducted HVAC system, such as those used in furnaces, central ACs, and traditional heat pumps. In fact, many continue to do just that for several decades! Plus, most homes are already equipped with ducts in the first place—it just makes sense to keep using them.

However, ductless heat pumps have drawn a lot of attention for their efficiency and for other unique benefits. Several of those happy homeowners might realize they’d be even happier by switching over to a ductless system.

A ductless system might be much better for you if …

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Preventing Frozen Pipes

Monday, January 21st, 2019

frozen-pipesJust because we’ve made it past December doesn’t mean we’re free of frozen pipes just yet. Being a plumber in Plano, TX, we’ve gotten our fair share of calls for help with frozen pipes. The pressure that builds up inside these pipes can lead to a burst, so it’s especially important to have frozen pipes dealt with as soon as possible.

Even better is to prevent those pipes from freezing in the first place. Below are a few methods you can use to do that.

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Why It Pays to Detect Plumbing Problems Early

Monday, December 10th, 2018

leakThere are so many reasons why homeowners don’t regularly contact their local plumbers. Often, they are unaware that there might be something waiting to happen and so they wind up waiting until disaster strikes to make the call. Sometimes, allowing ourselves to be blissfully unaware of a potential issue can lead to further damage and a potential system breakdown. Our plumbing systems are vital to our everyday lives. An efficient plumbing system provides clean water for uses such as bathing, drinking, and cleaning.

Like all the other systems in our homes, our plumbing systems need regular upkeep and maintenance to prevent issues from occurring. If an issue is detected at the earliest possible time, a disaster can be avoided altogether. It pays to be proactive.

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Will You Need a Dual Fuel System This Fall and Winter?

Monday, November 26th, 2018

question-markBefore replacing your furnace with another furnace, or going straight to a brand-new heat pump system that you’ve heard so many good things about, consider the middle option: the dual fuel system.

To keep comfort and efficiency strong throughout the cold season, a dual fuel system might be just what you need. Allow us to explain further.

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Should I Consider a Maintenance Plan?

Monday, August 6th, 2018

hvac-technicians-performing-routine-scheduled-maintenanceWe’ve all had those moments where we’ve saved a critical matter for the very last moment, causing us to stress and worry far more than needed. If only we had just thought ahead… In the case of air conditioners, we’re referring to that moment when it breaks down in the middle of a hot summer day. Compound that with all your other daily and weekly priorities, and you’ve got a significant speedbump on your hands.

So what’s the answer? Is it to create a schedule and call for maintenance early? No, even easier! A maintenance plan lets you forget about all things related to your AC. But that’s not the only benefit available to maintenance plan members.

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Is This a Plumbing Emergency?

Monday, July 9th, 2018

emergency-plumbing-situationNot every problem presents itself as an emergency. You might be watching a problem unfold and thinking to yourself, “Is this really an emergency? Maybe I should wait.”

So you can wait for the problem to get worse until it becomes undeniably a full-blown emergency, or you can feel like you’re being extra cautious and call before it gets to that point. Regardless, we understand where you’re coming from, and we want to help you feel comfortable about calling a plumber in Plano, TX when you need to.

In this post, we’ll go over which plumbing problems you shouldn’t be afraid to classify as an emergency.

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