Bud Matthews Services Blog : Archive for March, 2017

It’s Spring: Time for Air Conditioning Maintenance

Monday, March 20th, 2017

service-reminder-stopwatchMarch is a month of notoriously unpredictable weather. (Just look at the huge blizzard that struck the Northeast only last week!) But the turn toward warmer conditions is underway by the end of the month. Spring officially starts, and people begin to make plans for the hotter weather. This is the time of year we recommend you have preventive maintenance for your air conditioning system.

Getting started with preventive maintenance in Durham, NC is simple: sign up for our HVAC maintenance agreement and you’ll receive two inspections and tune-ups a year—starting with spring maintenance for your home’s air conditioning system.

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Choosing a New Water Heater

Tuesday, March 7th, 2017

The amount of work that any water heater does over the year—and water heaters know no season—is immense and means that, no matter how well a system may be taken care of, it will eventually need a replacement. We’ve previously looked over signs that it’s time to contact our team for a water heater replacement in Durham, NC. Today we’re going to look at the next stage of the process: deciding what type of new water heater to get.

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Why Would My Water Line Break or Start to Leak?

Monday, March 6th, 2017

water-line-repairOne of the important services that we offer homeowners in the area is pipeline inspections to find out if the sewer line or water line for a home is damaged, what type of damage it is, and the best way to remedy it. Last year we posted about some of the ways that you can tell there’s a problem with your water main so you know to contact us for service for your water line in Durham, NC.

People are often surprised that water lines can develop serious issues. Isn’t this the most sturdy part of a home’s plumbing?

But water lines are subject to a number of types of stress, wear, and pressure that can lead to blockage, minor leaks, and even complete breaks.

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