PREVENT HVAC EMERGENCIES WITH SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE
Taylor Heating will make sure your home’s indoor comfort systems are working properly. After all, the last thing you want is to come home on the coldest day of winter only to find out your furnace or heater has malfunctioned and your house is now freezing cold. By scheduling annual HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) maintenance, you can prevent heating and cooling emergencies from occurring in the first place. Our comprehensive maintenance plans include full AC and furnace checkups, extended warranties on replacement parts and much more. Call 585-500-4357 to book a maintenance appointment.
BURST PIPES & WATER LEAKS
The damage caused by a burst pipe or water leak can be both dangerous and costly to homeowners and their families. Flooding and excessive water damage could put the building itself at risk, and would most certainly cost a pretty penny to fix up.
On the bright side, bursts and leaks are easy to detect early. Here are a few things you should watch out for:
- Visible wet spots on walls, ceilings or floors
- Standing water around your home
- Large amounts of mold growth on walls, ceilings or floors
- Sound of water running or dripping within walls and floors
- Big increases in your home’s water consumption
It’s important to get in touch with an emergency plumbing service if you see any signs of water damage in your home. Contacting someone at Taylor to plug a leak as soon as possible could be the best way to protect your property and save you money on repairs and your water bill.
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CLOGGED TOILET PREVENTION
One of the most frequent and disruptive problems any homeowner can experience is a clogged toilet. This is especially true for households that primarily use one bathroom. If you want to lower the chances of having to deal with a clogged toilet and call for an emergency plumber, here are a few things you can do:
- Do your best to use less toilet paper
- Switch to toilet paper that’s thinner
- Don’t flush down any non-biodegradable items such as diapers
- Stop kids from flushing down objects & install a child lock
- Don’t be afraid to flush twice if necessary
Taking the preventative measures above should be enough to avoid most cases of a clogged toilet. If your toilet clogs up unexpectedly and often for no apparent reason, it could indicate a much larger problem. In this case, we recommend contacting a plumbing service to inspect your toilet.