With a clogged drain, most people will try a few different ways to unclog it before calling a professional. The first is using a store-bought chemical drain cleaner. These sometimes do work, but in the process cause significant pollution to our environment.
Our customers know that they can trust us at Jon Wayne for Somerset HVAC repair and maintenance. We also want to be your go-to company for all of your plumbing needs. We have knowledgeable plumbers on staff that can help with any of your plumbing needs. Like your HVAC system, the plumbing in your home also needs to be regularly maintained. Plumbing maintenance is important to do regularly to prevent plumbing problems and emergencies. Bathroom plumbing is easy to maintain and often only takes a couple of minutes keep in working order. Follow this DIY checklist to keep your bathroom plumbing in tip top shape.
Clogged drains are one of the most common plumbing issues home owners face and one of the most common issues we deal with as plumbers. While they are often easy to fix, they can sometimes create a plumbing emergency. Jon Wayne Air is the emergency plumber Boerne residents call for all of their plumbing issues, from clogged drains to major leaks. Here are a few reasons your drain might be clogged as well as some potential ways to prevent an issue: Continue reading
No one wants to deal with furnace problems, so it’s best to go with a reliable heating company that can take care of all of your service and repair needs. Find a company with professional and highly trained technicians that can do the following:
Unless your water barely trickles out of the faucet, you’ve probably never given much thought to your water pressure. High water pressure may seem nice, particularly when you are in the shower, but it can actually be causing damage to your plumbing system. High water pressure causes stress in your system that can lead to a higher likelihood of broken pipes. So how do you know if your water pressure is too high?
It is very common to suffer from seasonal depression or the winter blues. In fact, it is estimated that anywhere from 10 to 20 percent of Americans feel a little sadder than normal in the winter. With shorter days, longer nights, and winter storms, it is easy to feel a little down and out. You don’t have to suffer for the entire season, though. In order to help yourself feel better, there are a few simple things you can do to improve your mood – even on the darkest, dreariest day.
DIY Ways to Save Money on Your Heating Bill
Raise your hand if you want to save money on your heating bill this winter! Raise both hands if you want it to be easy! Then you’ve come to the right place. These easy DIY tips help to keep warm air inside, cold air outside, your furnace performance more efficient, and your heating bill down. Continue reading
Your bathroom may be one of the most used rooms in your home, yet many homeowners forget to perform routine maintenance in the bathroom. Don’t neglect this important room a moment longer. Plumbing can be complex, but there are some things you can do to make sure that your bathroom is in perfect working order: Continue reading
The automotive industry has done an excellent job of informing consumers about the benefits of driving a vehicle the uses less gas per mile than another. However, the same options exist in the HVAC world and some users have no idea that they could be getting a bigger bang for their buck from using a furnace with a higher energy efficiency rating. Just like you wouldn’t pay for ten miles to the gallon when you could get twenty, here’s why you need a high efficiency furnace: Continue reading