Now that winter is just about here, you should start focusing on ways to keep your home warmer and more comfortable. These include checking your furnace to determine whether it’s still in good condition. But how exactly will you know? If you own a heating system that burns fuel, the simplest way to check is
With any major home appliance, it’s better to replace it on your own terms rather than wait for it to give out. This is especially true when it comes to air conditioners and radiant heating systems, as they often break down at inconvenient times, like in the middle of a hot summer day or on a cold
If you live in a climate with cold, harsh winters, then you’re probably already familiar with the tasks associated with winterizing your home: tasks like re-caulking drafty windows, replacing weather stripping on windows and doors and even clearing out your rain gutters. But really, the most important task on your winter to-do list is making
At Countryside Plumbing & Heating, Inc., nothing gives us greater pleasure than knowing that our customers are happy and comfortable. That means making sure that their radiant heating systems, furnaces, gas pumps or boilers are running like they’re supposed to, especially during the fall and winter months when the temperature begins to drop. This is exactly why
No one wants to brave the cold, dark months of fall and winter without a fully-functioning furnace. Fortunately, a timely tune-up service can keep your furnace running at peak efficiency throughout the year. In this article, a radiant heat technician talks about the top three benefits of scheduling a furnace tune-up in the fall.
A grease trap is a receptacle into which wastewater flows before entering the drainage system. It’s responsible for intercepting most greases, fats and solids while allowing water to proceed through. In this post, a trusted plumbing and radiant heating contractor discusses the importance of grease traps, especially in commercial kitchens.
The capacitor is one of the most important components of an air conditioning system. It’s also prone to failure, and when this happens, it can affect the performance and efficiency of the whole unit. Countryside Plumbing & Heating, Inc., your trusted contractor for your electric heater and heat pump needs, explains further here.
While every commercial building has its own unique set of plumbing requirements, plumbing issues aren’t as unique. In today’s post, a local plumber and provider of electric heaters, Countryside Plumbing & Heating, Inc., shares the common reasons for commercial plumbing service calls.
Summer is only a few weeks away, and you’ve probably already started cranking up your air conditioner as the days become hotter. While turning it up may help make your home feel more comfortable, it also increases the risk of a power surge. In today’s post, HVAC and electric heater contractor Countryside Plumbing & Heating, Inc. shares
Have you ever noticed white or brown stains around your faucets and bathroom fixtures? These are mineral deposits caused by hard water, which can cause clogs and make cleaning difficult if not addressed properly. Our water and radiant heating specialists at Countryside Plumbing & Heating share their insight on how to deal with them here.