The Anchor Mechanical Company Blog
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It’s the time of year when homeowners should take the time to perform some routine—but crucial—maintenance on their homes. Here are five things you can do to ensure your HVAC and plumbing systems are ready for winter. Be ready, so you don’t have to get ready!
Energy prices are growing rapidly, regardless of the type used for heating. This can be a huge bump in energy costs. Here are four money-saving tips to help you reduce your energy usage—and hopefully your bills—this winter.
Furnaces rely on a heat exchanger to provide warm air throughout your home. It is an essential part of your heating system, and any issues with it will not only lead to a breakdown of your furnace but also pose serious risks to the health and safety of your home. Here are signs to look for.
Although fall has just started, it’s never too early to prepare your home for winter. Just like in summer, your home HVAC needs to work a little harder during winter to keep your home at a comfortable temperature. Here are three things you can do today to prep your home heating system for winter.
Winter can be harsh so it’s smart to check your plumbing system now and not when it actually gets too cold to do something that could prevent serious damages. Here are three tips to help you make sure your plumbing can handle whatever punishment winter dishes out.
If you live in a less densely populated area, there’s a good chance you’re using a well for your water instead of a municipal water supply. Well water is great because it’s not treated with any harsh chemicals, instead relying on natural filtration or at least a filter system connected to your home’s plumbing.
All good things have to come to an end eventually, and unfortunately, that includes water heaters. Out of all the appliances in the house, a water heater is most likely to be forgotten…until something goes wrong and you no longer have hot water. Today’s water heaters...
If you’ve ever had a flooded basement, you might have learned at the time that either you needed a sump pump or that your sump pump was broken. Of course, it was probably too late by that point.
The dog days of summer are officially here! And that can only mean one thing: Your HVAC unit is working overtime to keep your home cool. But all that extra work can be taxing on your unit, and it’s possible that it could even break down. And while fixing a broken HVAC...
Tankless water heaters are a wonder of modern engineering. They’re more efficient, take up less space, and can dramatically reduce both your water usage and the cost of keeping it heated. That said, like any system in your home, tankless water heaters require regular...