Dangers of Carbon Monoxide


Dec

1

2017

Dangers of Carbon Monoxide

It’s an odorless, colorless, tasteless gas, and not many people are aware of the dangers of carbon monoxide. And unaware of the fact that it can come from many sources right in their own homes. Any source that burns fuel can yield carbon monoxide. That means the dangers of carbon monoxide can come from automobiles, fireplaces, boats that have engines, space heaters that burn kerosene,…

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Nov

2

2017

The Tankless Water Heater

As the days get colder and frost begins showing up every morning, a good, hot shower feels great and is a wonderful way to wake up. But if your water heater is all the way on the other end of the house, it seems to take forever to get the hot water to your shower. Maybe it’s time to consider a tankless water heater. A…

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cute young baby toddler asleep with teddy bear
Oct

12

2017

Is Your Heating System Safe? 4 Reasons to Schedule a Heating System Cleaning & Inspection

Summer has hung around a little longer than expected this year, but rest assured, the cold weather will soon arrive in New Hampshire. By scheduling your annual heating system cleaning and inspection now, you’ll be certain it will work when you need it most. An annual heating unit cleaning and inspection will also ensure that your system is working safely and efficiently, protecting your family,…

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Oct

1

2017

Prepare For Winter

Like it or not, winter is coming again. While you can’t control the seasons, can’t control winter and its cold, you can prepare for winter. There are a number of things to do make sure your home is as ready as you can get it. Your heating system is probably the most important equipment in your home when winter hits. You can prepare for winter…

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5 Common Causes of a Leaky Toilet
Sep

15

2017

5 Common Causes of a Leaky Toilet

It may seem like a mild nuisance, but a leaking toilet can be a serious problem. If overlooked, a leaking toilet can cause water damage to your floors, and can run up your water bill. Fortunately, if you know the reason behind the leak, you can prevent future leaks, avoiding damage and repair expenses. In this month’s blog, the plumbing experts at Paul the Plumber…

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Sep

1

2017

Tips for New Home Buyers

Summer is the prime time for people to search out new homes to buy. Maybe not brand new homes, but new to them. Thus, they all would benefit from some tips for new home buyers regarding things to look for. One of the tips for new home buyers has to do with the bathrooms. It would be too bad to buy a new home and…

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Maintaining Your Sump Pump so it Works When You Need it Most
Aug

14

2017

Maintaining Your Sump Pump so it Works When You Need it Most

Your sump pump is one of those appliances you never think about until it stops working. And the time you need it the most is when the heavy rains come.  In this month’s blog, the experts at Paul the Plumber discuss the steps you can take to ensure your sump pump will do its job the next time your water table starts to rise. Maintaining…

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Aug

2

2017

Summer Plumbing Tip

Summertime, and the living’s easy. But there are some summer plumbing tips that can make the living even easier. Here are a few. Summer plumbing tip #1: When you go on a longer vacation, say a week or more, it could be valuable for you to turn off your water at the meter. Yes, this is a lot of work. But think about this: If…

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Jul

1

2017

Benefits of Bidets

The vast majority of American homes don’t have bidets in the bathroom. They are very prevalent in Europe and other places around the world, however. Americans might become more interested once they know the benefits of bidets. In general, bidets utilize water instead of paper as a method of cleaning yourself after using the bathroom. Many people not only wonder why they hesitated to try…

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