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Common AC Problems Homeowners Encounter

Common AC Problems

Summer is approaching and your air conditioner isn’t working. While you may not be using it for cooler April and May nights, you want it taken care of so when you do need it, you’re a flip of a switch away from relief. There are dozens of potential reasons your air conditioner is on the fritz: weather/environment, the filter needs to be changed, or maintenance habits. However, there are some common issues homeowners can identify that will help resolve the problem sooner.

Spring Cleaning Plumbing Tips

April showers bring May flowers - along with pesky spring cleaning chores that many of us put off last spring. As great as warmer weather is, your plumbing can take a hit with spring storms. There are some simple things you can add to your honey-do list this season that will not only ensure your plumbing functions properly but will help save you time and money year-round.

Top 3 Reasons to Get Your AC Cleaned and Checked

Get Your AC Cleaned and Checked

It’s that time of year again -- when you start the day with a coat and end the day in a t-shirt. The transformation to sunny days is upon us, and before you know it, you’ll need to crank up your AC unit again. Now is the time to get it cleaned and checked to avoid expenses and headaches in a couple of months.

Still on the fence about whether or not you really need your AC cleaned and checked? Here are the top 3 reasons to get it done today:

Things Your Plumber Wishes You Didn’t Do

Things Your Plumber Wishes You Didn't Do

There are dozens of helpful plumbing tips out there but not all of them are as helpful as you may think. In fact, many of those common household tips are actually bad for the wear and tear of your plumbing and the environment. It’s time to stop listening to your neighbor, Bill, for plumbing advice and start listening to the professionals.

What are the things your plumber wishes you didn’t do?


Why Water Pressure is Crucial to Your Plumbing System

water pressure

Water pressure is an important aspect to a properly functioning plumbing system. You may need it for cleaning dishes, showering, or certain outdoor needs. If there’s an issue, it can usually be pinpointed to pretty specific causers. Blockages all the way to water leaks can hamper your water and leave you with poor pressure. However, there are a few measures that can be taken to address different issues that may arise and effect your plumbing

Is Your Plumbing Extreme Weather-Proof?

plumbing during winter

Around this time of year, extreme weather can really put your plumbing to the test. The freezing temperatures can have devastating effects on the efficiency in which your plumbing runs. If not monitored, it can become bothersome to fix. With the right precautions, you can make sure your home plumbing system runs without a hitch, and in turn, saves you the costly repairs.

“Out of sight, out of mind.”

Stephans Plumbing

Considering that much of your plumbing isn’t as visible as other parts of your home, like your windows and appliances, it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t pay attention to them. Often, people don’t realize how many things are affected by plumbing, and in turn don’t realize how simple monitoring can make all the difference to the longevity of your system.

Stephens Compliant with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Federal law requires contractors that disturb lead-based paint in homes, child care facilities and schools, built before 1978 to be certified and follow specific work practices to prevent lead contamination. As of this date, Stephens Plumbing & Heating, Inc. has filed the appropriate registration with the EPA and has completed the appropriate training courses accredited by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency per 40CFR745.225.