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Plumbers Insights – Our Christmas Gift to You

When you call a plumber it will cost you over $100 just to get us in the door. That’s an expense you don’t want to have to deal with in the weeks leading up to Christmas. So what we’ve decided to do is give you a few insights from our experienced staff that will allow […]

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Indoor Air Quality is Nothing to Sneeze At

In the rush to make all of our homes ultra efficient by sealing air leaks and creating an air-tight home environment, we have run into an unintended consequence – indoor air quality problems. The air quality inside our homes can be up to six times worse than the air outside. That’s six times the number […]

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September is National Baby Safety Month

September is National Baby Safety month and the team at My Plumber Heating and Cooling would like to remind parents of some basic safety rules that can protect babies and toddlers from plumbing-related accidents in the home. The law requires manufacturers of home water heaters to set the thermostat at 120°F. The reason for this […]

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Bath Time Safety Continued

<![CDATA[ Many people have mobility issues that make personal care difficult.Nerve degeneration, paralysis or problems born of the aging process each holds its own set of concerns that need to be addressed individually.The array of equipment available to assist with these issues is amazing; it requires research to find it all.Some implements are pretty standard […]

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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

<![CDATA[ Your home is closed tight against the outside chill and the furnace clicks on and off.Running at intervals it is designed to keep your home at a steady temperature.Your home is warm; you are cozy and safe from the wicked cold that whistles past your windows.You don’t realize it yet, but your warm, safe […]

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Keeping Baby Safe in the Bathroom

It happens: a young parent steps out of the bathroom and leaves the baby sitting in a tub of water “for just a minute”.The result is a tragedy from which that parent will never recover. Somehow we always think, that can never happen to me but each year babies and toddlers continue to suffer burns […]

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Another Water Conservation Tip

 More from Wendell and Mark’sFavorite Tips Fruits and vegetables often come with a residual coating of dirt, wax and pesticides.Most people rinse the food under running water to wash away the coating.However, this practice eliminates only about 25% of the foreign matter and wastes a lot of water. There are better ways to clean fruits […]

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