Bud Matthews Services Blog : Archive for September, 2016

4 Items Not to Put Down a Garbage Disposal

Monday, September 26th, 2016

We offer repairs and installations for many important household appliances, such as garbage disposals. Because we’re also a professional plumbing contractor, we know a great deal about how sink garbage disposals operate—and how they might break down. Although we’re always glad to come to your assistance to repair a broken disposal, we always want customers like you to avoid these problems in the first place. That’s why we’ve put together a list of 4 items that you should avoid putting down your garbage disposal so that it can enjoy a long and productive service life in your kitchen!

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How Professional Maintenance Strengthens Your Heater for Winter

Monday, September 19th, 2016

The official start of fall is this week (the 22nd), and that marks the best time to call up our HVAC professionals and arrange for your home’s annual heating system maintenance. We recently wrote a post about why it’s a good idea to schedule this job early, as well as what the benefits it provides. We’d like to go into a bit more depth about those benefits in this post to show you how heating maintenance armors your heater to endure the winter.

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4 Signs You May Have a Water Line Problem

Monday, September 19th, 2016

The water line: it’s the starting point of your home’s plumbing system. Without it, you wouldn’t have any fresh water coming from the municipal system, and many daily tasks would turn impossible. Fortunately, water lines are built for durability, and most of the time you won’t have to worry about getting fresh water into your home.

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Putting in a Humidifier for the Coming Cooler Weather

Monday, September 12th, 2016

People right now are starting to make plans for the cooler weather, which means scheduling heating maintenance is a priority. But there are other things you can do for your home to prepare your HVAC system for the coming change in the weather. One of these things is to call indoor air quality professionals and arranging for the installation of a whole-house humidifier.

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September Is a Good Time to Arrange for Fall HVAC Maintenance

Monday, September 5th, 2016

Although the official end of summer and start of fall doesn’t occur until the end of September, people are used to thinking of this as the first month of the new season. Temperatures will still hover around summer levels, but it’s the time of the year when homeowners start preparing for the cooler weather around the corner… and the colder weather after that.

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