Any time some looks or searches for a service they usually always have a few questions to ask. We thought that we would go ahead and share some of the most frequent questions asked and add the best possible answer available in most situations.
Q: Why Does My Faucet Drip?
A: This could be caused by shutting them off with to much force repeatedly. It could also be caused by falure of internal parts or bad water quality causing build up. Dripping faucets aren’t a big deal. You can easily sort out such problems by replacing the internal mechanisms. This is an easy and fairly inexpensive solution. Nonetheless, you might want to consider turning off your faucets gently, as this would make them last longer.
Q: Is it possible to repair my water heater tank?
A: No. The only thing you can do in case your water heater tank gets damaged is to replace it.
Q: Why does my sewer back up?
A: There are multiple causes for sewer back ups such as tree roots intrusion into the line, incorrect installation, foreign bodies and ground settling.
Q: Which is the maximum admissible carbon monoxide amount?
A: Carbon monoxide shouldn’t be present at all inside a building. Its presence is the sign of an escalating problem. You shouldn’t ignore it, as it might determine the levels to raise, thus endangering your life.
Q: What are the best time intervals for servicing the cooling or heating equipment?
A: You should always follow the recommendations from the manufacturer to service your equipment at least once every season to improve the energy efficiency and to extend the life of your units.
Q: Is it always mandatory to replace faulty furnaces?
A: No, there are cases in which you don’t need to replace your furnace. However, more often than not the repairs cost more than a new furnace. Besides, older models get discontinued from manufacturers, making it impossible to find replacement parts.
Q: What Can Safely Go Into My Garbage Disposal?
A: Garbage disposal can be a big issue for many homeowners. Please find below a few tips to help you protect your disposal.
Don’t forget to switch on the cold water whenever you want to use the grinder to evacuate the waste. Cold water makes grease and fat harden, thus easing its passage through the lines. You should avoid using hot water, as it determines fats and grease to become liquid and accumulate on the internal walls of the drain line. Best practice is to always read the user guide to find the instructions on proper use.