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Leak Detection: Frequently Asked Questions

Leak Detection: Frequently Asked Questions

Many problems contribute to water leaks including pipe degeneration, water pressure issues, and foundation issues. Here are the answers to our frequently asked questions regarding leak detection. Leak Detection: Frequently Asked Questions What are the signs of hidden leaks? A few signs to look for when you suspect you have a hidden leak are: water…

5 Signs You Need a Water Softener

5 Signs You Need a Water Softener

  The standard water softener will remove most of the calcium and magnesium from your tap water (the elements that leave a residue on surfaces and skin). A water softener will also remove up to 10 ppm (parts per million) of iron and manganese, which also contribute to the “hardness” of the water coming through…

The Importance of an Annual Water Heater Flush and Maintenance

The Importance of an Annual Water Heater Flush and Maintenance

One of the most essential components of your plumbing system is your water heater. From your morning showers to doing the dishes after supper, you and your family depend on your water heater working appropriately and effectively. At Action Air, we suggest that homeowners stay mindful of their water heater upkeep. In this article, we’ll…

Signs You Need A Plumber

Signs You Need A Plumber

When homeowners are in the middle of an obvious plumbing emergency, calling a plumber is a no-brainer. When there’s water all over the floor – and the pipe can’t be contained you want an expert there quickly. But what if the problem is less obvious? What if you sense you might have a leak, but…

Ways to Detect A Water Leak in Your Home

Ways to Detect A Water Leak in Your Home

Early detection of a water leak will save you some money and keep possible water damage to a minimum. Here are a few ways to detect a leak in your home – and the reasons you should consider contacting a plumber for professional assistance. Inspect your Water Meter If you suspect that you might have…

Why You Should Avoid Using Chemical Drain Cleaners

Why You Should Avoid Using Chemical Drain Cleaners

While chemical drain cleaners may appear to be a simple answer for a stopped up pipe, they aren’t the most ideal alternative. Our expert plumbers never use chemical cleaners on plumbing and would never recommend them. These often-toxic cleaners can ultimately harm your pipes and put the health of your household at risk. Here’s why…

How a Dehumidifier Helps Your Home in Summer

How a Dehumidifier Helps Your Home in Summer

A significant level of moisture in your Greater Kansas City home can greatly compromise your indoor air quality (IAQ). Humidity can make the air feel clammy and uncomfortable, particularly throughout the summer. A dehumidifier can help decrease dampness levels and improve the general health of your home. Here’s how a dehumidifier helps your home in…

4 Reasons to Get Your Ducts Cleaned this Summer

4 Reasons to Get Your Ducts Cleaned this Summer

  Summer is here, and the inner-workings of your HVAC system are probably the last things on your mind. You’ve got to think about safe ways to have fun in the sun with the kids, taking both sunscreen and face masks into account. However, as the temperature rises and rises, your AC is likely a…

6 IAQ Tips for Pets

6 IAQ Tips for Pets

Lots of things can lead to indoor air quality issues, but if you have a pet, the chances of your home feeling musty and stuffy are pretty high. The best ways to keep your indoor air quality squeaky-clean are to keep your pet groomed and to attend diligently to your HVAC system. Here are 6…

3 Ways Spring Cleaning Brings Summer Savings

3 Ways Spring Cleaning Brings Summer Savings

  Spring cleaning usually refers to an intensive survey of your home, picking up each item, determining if each one is worth keeping, and then dusting it and returning it to a more accessible place, if so. A place that people often forget to look at is their HVAC unit, but that’s a mistake. It…

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