Snellville Heating, Air and Plumbing Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Covington’

Drain Unclogging Methods You Can (And Cannot) Use

Monday, October 19th, 2020

bubbling-drainNo one can escape a drain clog in their house forever. This is one of those routine irritants that pop up from time to time, no matter how well you take care of your household plumbing.

When you face a clogged drain or a slow drain—so slow it might as well be a complete clog—what can you do? There are several methods to unclog a drain you can attempt. And some you shouldn’t. We’ll go through them as steps. Follow along, and we’ll see if we can open up that drain again.

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No, You Don’t Need to “Top Off” the AC’s Refrigerant in Late Summer

Monday, September 7th, 2020

Your air conditioning system has gone through plenty this summer. The hot weather isn’t done yet, so you might have concerns about the AC’s continuing performance with all the stress it’s accumulated. It’s easy to make the mistake of thinking your air conditioner needs more refrigerant, at least “topped-off,” so it can get through the rest of the hot weather.

This is not true, and if you hear someone who claims to be an HVAC technician tell you it’s time for more refrigerant, run the opposite direction! There’s only one situation where you’ll need more refrigerant put into an AC, and it’s a repair job, not routine maintenance.

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Here’s Why We Use Video Pipe Inspection

Monday, June 17th, 2019

Do you ever wonder how plumbers are able to diagnose complex plumbing problems that are hidden from view?

No, the answer isn’t that we’ve got some sort of secret psychic powers or the ability to see through walls. No, what we’ve got is access to modern technology!

Video pipe inspection allows us to take a look inside your drains and pipes, without having to tear up your home and property in the process. Amazing, right? We think so! In fact, there are plenty of benefits of using video pipe inspection, and below, we have outlined some of them for you. Keep reading to find out more about these services, and maybe, just maybe, you’ll consider scheduling them for yourself! 

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