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  • old-man-furnace

    Oldest Furnace Contest Winners!

    Congratulations to… Joe Barker of Bridgeport & Mary Daniel of Parkersburg  These individuals are the lucky winners of a new high efficient gas furnace with free installation! Both in service nearly 60…

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    Is your furnace high-efficient?

    The best way to tell if your furnace is a high-efficiency model or not is to take a look at the vent. If it is a metal vent, chances are it is…

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    Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Detectors

    If you don’t have working smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, GET THEM! This is not something that can be put off along with cleaning out that junk drawer. Smoke and carbon monoxide…

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    Winterize Your Home

    Here are some winter home preparation tips that could prevent a plumbing disaster when the temperatures start plummeting. 1. Remove all your garden hoses from spigots and store away 2. Shut off…

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    Oldest Furnace Contest Update

    A big thank you to everyone who entered the oldest furnace contest. The response was absolutely overwhelming! As a result of the huge response, it has become necessary to delay the announcement…

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    Fuses and Circuit Breakers

    Fuses and circuit breakers both essentially perform the same function: they prevent short-circuit or overload by disrupting (or breaking) electrical currents that channel to any connected devices. Fuses, however, are one-time use.…

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    Three Reasons a Breaker Trips

    A breaker that keeps tripping is usually caused by one of three things.  The first reason could be there are too many electrical items plugged into the circuit.  Circuits are designed to…