3 Common Causes of Furnace Short Cycling

A short cycling furnace is one of the many problems homeowners can face during the winter months. This refers to the heating equipment turning off more quickly than it normally does, preventing it from obtaining the temperature set on your thermostat. 

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How to Protect Your Tankless Water Heater From Freezing

Tankless water heaters provide hot water on demand and can help you save on your heating costs. Like other home utilities, tankless water heaters are at risk of freezing in the winter. In today’s post, local electric heater contractor Countryside Plumbing & Heating, Inc. shares how to protect your tankless water heater from freezing. 

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4 Things to Check Before Turning on the Furnace

A furnace, also known as a heater, is a piece of equipment that can heat up an entire room or building. The need for heating is most in demand during the frosty months of winter. It’s a good idea to start thinking about getting your furnace ready while you’re still enjoying the final days of summer as the fall season approaches. Here Countryside Plumbing & Heating shares five things to check before you get your furnace primed for cold weather.

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How to Find a Good Plumber

Finding quick, superior service for any home repair or project can be tough. Many homeowners admit they value trustworthiness and reliability even more than low prices, particularly when it comes to plumbing. This is pretty huge considering plumbing costs are almost on par with the typical cost of central air conditioning services.

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Are Your Heating and Cooling Systems Ready for Spring?

Your home’s heating and cooling system plays a crucial role in maintaining good indoor air quality, or IAQ, in your home. Never has this been more important than during allergy and hay fever season–also known as spring. Protect your family members from pollutants and allergens by following these simple steps to “spring-proof” your HVAC units. Let our experts at Countryside show you how. Read more

Save Floor Space and Energy With Tankless Water Heaters

Our specialists at Countryside Plumbing & Heating have noticed a rise in the demand for tankless water heaters, particularly in recent years. Hot water tanks have long been a staple of water heating systems in American homes, but discerning homeowners recognize that they have several drawbacks. So what are tankless water heaters, and are they really the better option when it comes to heating your water? Read more

Improving the Efficiency of Your Heating System

As soon as HVAC systems show the first signs of problems, many homeowners start to think, “Who are the best heating and cooling contractors near me?” This isn’t necessarily a bad thing. After all, asking for professional help is, of course, important. However, a lot of common heating problems can be avoided simply by keeping your heating system in excellent shape and running as efficiently as possible. Read more

4 Common Water Pipe Noises and Their Causes

Persistently noisy water pipes usually indicate a problem, which should be addressed by a plumbing professional as soon as possible. Countryside Plumbing & Heating, Inc. shares some of the most common causes of noisy water pipes. Read more

How Do Tankless Water Heaters Work?

Tankless water heaters offer many benefits over traditional water heaters. It’s a fraction of the size of a typical heater tank and it’s simple to use. Plus, it eliminates having to fight for who gets to use the bathroom in the morning first.

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The Effects of Hard Water on Your Water Heaters

Having hard water in your home can wreak havoc in all sorts of different places. Any pipe, appliance, or surface in your home where hard water flows is at risk of damage. One appliance most affected by hard water is the heater.