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Pump It Up: Moving Water The Right Way

Nick B

Pumps, or circulators, are used in hydronic systems to move water through the system at a desired rate.  There are many important factors to consider when purchasing a pump, such as GPM, head range, voltage, and horsepower.   Two Quick Terms -GPM - An acronym for “gallons per minute,…

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SupplyHouse Stress Test: Milwaukee M12 Airsnake

Nick B

Ever wanted to take your tools and really see what they can do?  Well recently I got to do just that with the Milwaukee M12 Airsnake.  This innovative tool uses compressed air to blast tough clogs out of pipes without having to take anything apart or run a traditional drain snake.  The Airsnake …

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Panasonic FV-05-11VK1/FV-0511VK2 WhisperGreen Select Ventilation Fan

Emily

  Thanks to an impressive array of advanced options, the new WhisperGreen Select is the ideal all-purpose IAQ Solution.  Pick-A-Flow technology gives users the ability to select required air flow with just the flip of a switch.   WhisperGreen Select offers a unique set of four patented m…

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3 Useful Sump Pump Maintenance Tips

Guest

The sump pump acts as a protective barrier between the foundation of your house and the water from the municipal sewage system.  The groundwater in the foundation is rerouted into a drain system (which is also located at the foundation), goes through a system of pipes, and finally reaches the s…

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5 Signs Your Home Needs a Dehumidifier—and How to Select the Right One

Guest

Does your bread seem to go stale after a day or two?  Do your crackers and cookies lose their crispness soon after you open the box?  These aren’t just minor quirks that homeowners learn to live with, they are also signs that you may have a problem with high humidity in your home.   W…

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Mini-Split Air Conditioning Systems

Emily

  A ductless mini-split air conditioning system includes an indoor evaporator unit connected to an outdoor condenser by a refrigerant line set.  These systems eliminate noise, wiring, and ductwork from the living space and present an alternative to window-mounted units and ducted central ai…

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Sump Pumps: The Basics

Guest

In order to maintain the drainage systems of your residential, as well as commercial, buildings installation of sump pumps is very crucial.  They are made efficient to pump out the extra water accumulated in the basement of your buildings.  Sump pumps keep the basement dry and procure a smooth dr…

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Bluefin PEX Fittings

Emily

  These lead-free barbed fittings work for PEX connections and may be used with the copper crimp ring system or the stainless steel clamp system.   Bluefin PEX fittings come in poly and brass material.  They come in different styles of fittings such as elbows, tees, couplings, ad…

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Finding the Right Gas Valve for You!

Nick B

Gas valves are a critical component of many heating systems (If you are using a classic fireplace then you don't have to worry about them).  They are used to regulate the natural gas or liquid propane needed in the systems.  With their varied applications it's important to get the right one for yo…

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Mini-Split Accessories: Everything You’ll Need!

Emily

  Mini-split systems are comprised of an indoor evaporator unit and an outdoor condenser.   To connect the indoor and outdoor units, you will need a line set.  This is an insulated copper refrigeration tube that has a liquid line to transport refrigerant from the condenser to the…

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Choosing a New Appliance: Electric vs. Gas Water Heaters

Guest

If you’ve had the same hot water heater for longer than 10 years—the standard lifespan—it’s smart to consider replacing the appliance before it quits performing and puts you in a tough position.  Before you start shopping for a new water heater, however, you need to know w…

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Ways to Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

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Every homeowner tries to find ways to save money.  After all, bills can be expensive if you’re not careful.  However, one of the best methods you can use to reduce payments is to make your home more energy-efficient.  But, how do we do this?  You have to be smart with your energy usage.  …

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