Aurora Plumbing Company Blog: Archive for May, 2015

Kitchen Plumbing Issues You Should Repair Today

Monday, May 25th, 2015

When you cannot make use of the sink or appliances in your kitchen at all, you know to call in a plumber for repairs ASAP. But other kitchen plumbing issues do not seem urgent enough to call in an expert right away. A leaky sink, for example, may seem like an inconvenience, but it is certainly not an emergency. However, such kitchen plumbing problems deserve attention, as they may only worsen over time.

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3 Common AC Repairs (That May Actually Be Preventable)

Monday, May 18th, 2015

After a number of years, your air conditioning system will break down, and a replacement system will become necessary. But some of the smaller problems you run into over the years may actually be prevented with the proper attention and maintenance. Making a few changes to the way you care for your air conditioner can actually stop issues from occurring and keep your equipment around for longer. Here are some of the most common repair calls we receive—and what may have been done to prevent them.

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The Importance of Drain and Sewer Maintenance

Monday, May 11th, 2015

The drain and sewer system that guides waste water away from the house is probably the very last portion of your home that you want to encounter problems. While any home system repair need is an inconvenience, drain and sewer problems are particularly off-putting. So if you want to make sure that you run into as few problems as possible during the life of your sewer line and drain pipes, take the following steps to keep yours in top condition.

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Tank or Tankless Water Heater: Which Is Right for Your Home?

Monday, May 4th, 2015

Have you run into some trouble with your water heater? Are you looking for an efficient replacement system? While there are a great number of different water heaters available for you to choose from, most fall into two categories: tank or tankless. Storage tank water heaters are the type you are probably most used to seeing, with a large tank that stores water for use in advance. Tankless heaters have some advantages over this design, but which is right for you will depend on many factors. Let’s take a look at both.

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