When Do You Need To Call A Professional Plumber?

Posted on: 13 August 2015
There are some plumbing tasks that you can perform yourself. However, when a plumbing job requires special expertise or equipment, or presents a danger to your family or home if done improperly, it is time to call in a plumbing services professional (like those at A Absolute Plumbing & Heating). Examples of plumbing work best left to professionals include: Natural gas lines This should be obvious, because leaking natural gas can cause a fire or explosion.
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Three Tips To Help You Prepare Your AC For Winter Hibernation

Posted on: 12 August 2015
Even though you may not see it now, soon it will be time to turn your AC off. This means it is time to prepare your heating. You may also need to do some maintenance to prepare your AC for hibernation through the winter. Some of the winterization tasks that may need to be done include covering the heat pump and insulating any exposed mechanical parts. Here are some of the things that you will need to do to prepare your AC for the harsh winter ahead:
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Four Problems That Can Cause Your AC To Blow Hot Air Instead Of Cooling Your Home

Posted on: 11 August 2015
Many problems can reduce the efficiency of your air conditioner. When these problems get too big, the air coming out of the vents can be hot. Some problems like a frozen coil can easily be fixed. There can be other problems like clogged filters that restrict airflow. If your AC is blowing out hot air, here are some things that you may want to check: 1. Clogged Filters Restricting Airflow Of Ducts
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Remove A Clog From A Window A/C Unit's Condensate Line

Posted on: 8 August 2015
If water drips out of the interior end of the condensate line that is connected to your air conditioning unit, it is a clear indication that debris is causing blockage inside of the line. Learn how to unclog this vital part with the following steps. Once you have completed the repair, condensation from the unit will be deposited outdoors. Use The Following Items: plastic sheet disposable gloves screwdriver plumbing snake pipe brush bucket of soapy water wet/dry vacuum cleaner bleach Unclog The Inner End Of The Line
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