Plumbing - Home Comfort Blog
Top 5 Benefits of a Water Softener in IndianapolisPosted by Chad Peterman on Monday, April 1, 2013
Water softeners provide real cost savings in service, maintenance, and replacement of appliances due to hard water use. Examples of these appliances include water heaters, dishwashers, showers, and washing machines. Water softeners have also proven to save cleaning time. Softened water will eventually remove exisiting hard water deposits in hot water and heating systems, and installation has many benefits.
Spring Plumbing TipsPosted by Chad Peterman on Friday, March 22, 2013
Spring weather is (hopefully) in our near future, and if you haven’t prepared your home’s plumbing system for the potentially heavy rains, you could be in trouble come the next rain storm! While you’re getting your outdoor plumbing and drainage systems ready for the spring season, be sure to take some time to check the rest of your plumbing fixtures as well! Hopefully these spring plumbing tips will help!
Do You Know How to Keep Mold and Mildew Under Control This Spring in Your Indianapolis Home?Posted by Chad Peterman on Wednesday, March 6, 2013
For many people in central Indiana, the worst thing about spring and summer isn’t the sweltering heat; it’s the nasty, sticky humidity that the mid-west faces every year. Unfortunately, stickiness isn’t the only thing that comes along with humidity—mold and mildew do too!
The Truth Behind Indianapolis Plumbing Myths!Posted by Chad Peterman on Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Rather than paying the expense of hiring a professional plumber, many Indianapolis homeowners take it upon themselves to maintain their plumbing systems. However, what these homeowners think they know about their plumbing systems may not be true! Today, we’re going to cover some of the common myths associated with plumbing in the greater Indianapolis area, and help you to better understand the truth behind these all-too-common myths!
Mid-Winter Check-ups: What Can I Do to Prevent Expensive Home Repairs in Indianapolis?Posted by Chad Peterman on Monday, February 4, 2013
With the winter months nearly half way through, hopefully the HVAC system in your home has been running efficiently and effectively. We’d like to think that you had annual maintenance done on your unit at the beginning of heating season, and that you’re staying on top of changing/cleaning your filter! Most importantly, hopefully your carbon monoxide detector is in place with fresh batteries and in good shape.
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