Aurora Plumbing Company Blog: Archive for February, 2016

How You Can Save Money on Your Water Heater Bills

Monday, February 29th, 2016

Your water heater is one of the biggest energy wasters in your home. Those large tank water heaters have to remain running at all times of day even though you only really need hot water for brief periods of the day. But how can you reduce your energy dependence when it comes to this fixture you cannot imagine being without?

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How a New Thermostat Can Help You Save

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

When you want a way to save money on your monthly heating bills, a new thermostat might be one of the easiest ways to do it. Getting a new thermostat from a trained technician gives you a whole lot of options, some of which have helped homeowners to save hundreds of dollars a year on heating and cooling costs. Take a look at how new digital, programmable thermostats help homeowners to save, or how you can save with a smart thermostat with even more features.

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Is It Time to Replace Your Heating System?

Monday, February 15th, 2016

When an older heater finally breaks down, you have to spend a lot of time searching around for the perfect replacement, waiting for the heater to be installed, and allowing your technicians to do a quality inspection and performance test. We recommend that you replace your heating system before it breaks down, so that you won’t have to deal with the possibility of a sudden breakdown.

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How to Choose a New Toilet for a Home

Monday, February 8th, 2016

Buying a new toilet can help you to save water and reduce your monthly utilities. New toilets use less water per flush because they flush at a higher pressure rather than with a higher volume. And if you were experiencing issues with your older toilet, a professionally-installed, brand new unit will make your life easier.

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How Does a Warm-Air Furnace Work?

Monday, February 1st, 2016

If you’ve got a furnace keeping your home warm, then you’re like most homeowners in the area. A furnace is a reliable, cost-effective whole-home heating system that most homes are already set up for. It typically (though, not always) runs on natural gas, a clean-burning fuel, and today’s units are very efficient.

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