SPS Mechanical Inc. Blog : Archive for July, 2015

Water Heater Maintenance Procedure

Monday, July 27th, 2015

Water heaters are put under more strain than almost any other home appliance, due to their construction and the frequency of demand put on them. Indeed, most water heaters operate constantly from the time they are installed onward, keeping a large supply of water heated at all times in case it is needed. This is, obviously, quite stressful on the system. If your water heater does not receive regular maintenance, it will not last nearly as long, or perform as well, as it should. What actually happens during a water heater maintenance appointment, though? Read on to find out.

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Problems that Lead to Repiping Your Home

Monday, July 20th, 2015

If you own a home that’s younger than 50 years, most of your pipes are probably made of copper. This is a good thing, as copper pipes are designed to last up to 100 years. This means that you probably won’t ever have to deal with repiping your home. However, there are a number of problems that can severely shorten the life of your pipe systems. It’s a good idea to be aware of these problems, and to take steps to address them. Read on for more information.

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Signs That You Should Replace Your Ductless System

Monday, July 13th, 2015

Ductless systems are becoming more popular, as people look for cost-effective alternatives to centralized systems. As effective as ductless systems are, though, they are not invincible. Sooner or later, you will need to replace your ductless system. The following are some of the common signs that you can use to determine whether your ductless system needs replacing.

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Is Ductless Cooling Right for Your Home?

Monday, July 6th, 2015

Are you considering a new AC for your home? Are you thinking about going ductless but you remain uncertain as to whether it’s quite right for your household? You’re not alone. While this technology’s popularity continues to build, many remain skeptical about foregoing ducts entirely. But whether you’re curious or suspicious, you may want to learn more about ductless cooling to see if it’s right for your home.

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