Aurora Plumbing Company Blog: Archive for September, 2015

Don’t Forget to Disconnect the Garden Hoses this Fall!

Monday, September 28th, 2015

During the summer, you have the liberty of leaving your garden hose in the yard, coiled up by the side of the home so that you can use it at any time. But as many homeowners in our area know, leaving the hose out in the late fall and in the winter can have some serious consequences. Not only can your garden hose freeze, but the faucet itself can also suffer damages that require repairs to your home. Check out our guide and follow our steps to prevent freeze breaks later in the fall.

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A Quick Guide to Getting Your Furnace Ready for the Fall

Monday, September 14th, 2015

In just a few short weeks, you’ll most likely be shutting off your air conditioner for the rest of the year. Is your furnace prepared for the workload to come? One of the most neglected services in HVAC is the annual furnace maintenance visit. But as any technician will tell you, this is one of the best steps you can take to prepare your heating system for the fall. Take a look at why this is, and check out a few more tips for efficient furnace operation.

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Preventing a Few Common Plumbing Problems

Friday, September 11th, 2015

Plumbing problems are some of the most inconvenient issues to infiltrate a home, potentially leaving you without any water in one or more faucets and often creating a health hazard. Plumbing leaks must be fixed fast to prevent mold growth and water damage. Drain clogs should be tended to ASAP so as to stop sewage from backing up into the home. We want to help you prevent such common plumbing issues. Read our guide to some installations and techniques for prevention.

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Schedule Your Fall Furnace Tune-Up Today!

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015

With the beauty of fall drawing near and the pleasant change of weather that goes along with it, it’s easy to forget that the chill of winter is not far behind. Is your heating system prepared to handle the extra workload that is soon to come?

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