Aurora Plumbing Company Blog: Archive for June, 2015

Are You Making These 3 Common Plumbing Mistakes?

Monday, June 29th, 2015

Plumbing issues are some of the most troubling you have to deal with as a homeowner. You expect to have a supply of clean hot and cold water at the ready whenever you need it, and you assume that it won’t be a hassle to get it. Clogged drains and leaky faucets are a major inconvenience, but could you be contributing to their recurrence?

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What You Should Know about Air Conditioning Installation

Monday, June 22nd, 2015


Are you considering replacing your older air conditioner or installing a new system for a new home or room addition? We’d like to help you through the process. That’s why we’ve provided this list of just a few things we think homeowners should know before beginning the installation process.

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Could You Benefit from Water Leak Detection Services?

Monday, June 15th, 2015

Sometimes, a leak in your plumbing system will come in the form of a burst pipe, spraying water all over your property. Some leaks drip from the second floor, while others cause water to pool around your sink. But not all leaks are as evident right away. Hidden plumbing leaks can be some of the most problematic, and you may need a professional to identify them. Take a look at some of the more subtle signs of a leak, and find out why you should schedule water leak detection services at the first sign of plumbing trouble–or even if nothing seems wrong at all.

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Is It Time to Replace Your Air Conditioning System?

Monday, June 8th, 2015

Eventually, any air conditioner will wear down to the point that it is no longer operational. But most experts recommend taking care of air conditioning replacement before a complete system breakdown. Replacing an air conditioner before its time is up can save you money, and your new system will perform a lot better than one that is over a decade old. Here’s some quick advice on when is a good time for replacement over repairs.

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Why Is My AC Frozen?

Monday, June 1st, 2015

As the weather really starts to heat up, you certainly don’t expect to see frost forming anywhere. But one of the most common issues to occur during the air conditioning season is a frozen air conditioning system. The indoor portion of your air conditioning system could freeze even on the hottest of days, but only if there is something wrong with your AC system. If you notice this issue, don’t attempt to scrape off the ice, and don’t assume it’s normal. Call a technician to your home as soon as possible.

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