How To Hide Laundry Room Plumbing

May 5, 2021

When you’re adding a laundry room to your home in Edmond, OK, you might not want all the pipes and plumbing fixtures to be visible. This is especially the case if your laundry area will be in a more visible part of your home. Fortunately, there are ways you can hide the unsightly laundry room plumbing while still preserving access in case a repair needs to be made. Hang Curtains or Doors A simple, fast and low-cost solution to hide the plumbing in your laundry room is to hang curtains or folding doors. For a curtain,

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How to Save on Your Water Bill

April 5, 2021

You can save $25 a month or more on your water bills by making changes in your home and to your routine. While this doesn’t sound like much, it adds up to $300 a year. There are several ways to reduce your water bills. Take Shorter Shower If you reduce the length of your shower by four minutes, you will save about $100 a year. You can multiply this by the number of people in your home to see you can save quite a bit. Shorter showers also reduce your energy bills. Turn Off the Water When

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What Are the Most Common Indoor Air Pollutants?

March 16, 2021

We often think of air pollution as being outdoors, but pollutants can also contaminate indoor air. The quality of the air you breathe indoors can be affected by a wide variety of things, including the food you cook, the building materials used to construct your home and the chemicals with which you clean. How well you ventilate your residence can also affect the quality of indoor air. Here are some common indoor air pollutants and what you can do about them in order to maintain a safe and comfortable home. Excess Moisture Moisture is a common

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Can Too Much Rain Cause Plumbing Problems?

February 12, 2021

Sometimes, heavy rains may cause plumbing problems in your home. You can avoid some of them by having your plumbing system serviced before a big storm. However, other plumbing issues because of weather may be unavoidable. Underground Pipes Can Shift When there’s heavy rain, the earth around underground pipes may soften and cause pipes to shift. If lines move, they can end up bending or even breaking because they aren’t supported properly. A broken water pipe can mean that you get dirt in your water when you run a faucet, so you’ll require repair services. A

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How Does a Fresh Air Ventilation System Work?

January 5, 2021

Even when your furnace, dryer, cooking range, and wood stove are venting properly, your home’s indoor air might still feel stale or accumulate odors. A whole-house fresh air ventilation system can resolve these issues. The ventilation prevents indoor air contaminants from building up. Basic Exhaust Ventilation To expel stale air, you might choose to install a whole-house exhaust fan. The fan pushes air out of a central location or links to multiple rooms with ducts. Basic Supply Ventilation A supply ventilation system pulls fresh air into your home. The pressure of incoming air forces out old

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How to Reduce Wear and Tear on Your HVAC System

December 16, 2020

Looking at ways to minimize wear and tear on your HVAC system is a great way to extend its lifespan and to save you plenty of money. Following a few simple tips can play a key role in reducing breakdowns while also allowing your system to operate more efficiently. Staying proactive by taking care of your HVAC system is also important in keeping your home feeling comfortable at all times. Here are a few ways you can minimize wear and tear on your HVAC system. 1. Replace the Air Filter One of the easiest ways to

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Top 3 Reasons You’ll Want a Humidifier for Flu Season

November 17, 2020

A humidifier is a device specifically designed to control the humidity in your air. Generally speaking, you have the option to increase or decrease humidity in a specific part of your home. This can be especially useful during flu season when the level of humidity in the air can really take a toll. Here are three reasons to use a humidifier this flu season. 1. Breathe Easy One of the best reasons to get a humidifier during flu season is that it will help you breathe more easily. The extra water in the air

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Why Your Furnace Is Only Blowing Cold Air

October 21, 2020

Cold winter temperatures are on the way to Edmond, OK, and an unexpected furnace malfunction is the last thing you need on a frigid night. If you notice that your furnace is only blowing cold air, there are a few things you can do before calling us at HVAC Solutions, LLC for a repair. Read on to learn some of the possible reasons why your furnace is blowing cold air and what you can do about it. Thermostat Problem An incorrect thermostat setting may cause your furnace to blow cold air. Make sure the thermostat is set to

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