Murphy's Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning Blog:Posts Tagged ‘Broomall’

Here’s Why Your Home Isn’t Heating Evenly

Monday, January 7th, 2019

Have you been frustrated by your heating system this winter? Are you noticing that some parts of your home are perpetually stuffy while others are always cold? So many homeowners across the country experience this, but it isn’t an inconvenience that you have to learn to deal with. You should call a professional as soon as possible to have your home heated evenly this winter. If you’re looking for a professional team to provide you with the best furnace services in Broomall, PA then make sure that you contact our team.

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Should I Replace My Air Conditioner?

Monday, October 1st, 2018

air-conditioningAlthough fall isn’t typically a time of year when people worry about their air conditioning, it’s a great time to consider upgrading from your old unit. If your air conditioner gave you lots of trouble this year, it’s a good idea to upgrade. If you need quality air conditioning service in Broomall, PA, then you should employ our team here at Murphy’s Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning. Our technicians are always knowledgeable, conscientious, and prepared to answer any questions you might have about the process.

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Why Your Air Conditioner Output is Low

Monday, August 20th, 2018

Frozen-ACLow air conditioner output is the absolute last thing that you want to deal with during a hot summer. It’s also a very common problem for homeowners to deal with. If you’re reading this blog, we’re going to guess that your own air conditioner isn’t performing the way you expect it should. There could be a number of different reasons for low air conditioner output. We recommend that you call a technician and have them inspect your system in-person if you want the best solution to your problem. While you’re waiting for your appointment, though, have a look below at some of the possible causes of low air conditioner output.

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Signs and Symptoms That Your Water Heater Needs Replacing

Monday, July 9th, 2018

tank-water-heaterWater heaters can last quite a long time if you take care of them, but they won’t last forever. Eventually, you’re going to need to replace your current water heater with a new one. You’re probably going to want to do it before it gives out completely, too, unless for some reason you want to be without hot water for a few days while you secure another one.

If you’re not sure whether or not your current water heater is in need of replacement, the best thing you can do is to call a professional to take a look at it for you. In the meantime, the following are a number of clear signs that your system is likely reaching the end of its life.

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Should I Replace My Furnace Before Next Winter?

Monday, June 11th, 2018

FurnaceNow may seem like a pretty odd time to talk about furnaces, with summer just getting started. However, if you think you may need to have a new furnace installed in your home before winter starts again, now is the perfect time. You don’t want to wait until right before the winter season to start looking for a new furnace.

You’ll be under pressure to get everything done quickly, and it’ll be harder to get things done in a timely manner if you’re trying to schedule heating service at the same time as everyone else. Have a look at some of the signs that you may need a new furnace installed in your home, so you can have it done now and not have to worry about it later.

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Problems That can Cause Air Conditioner Breakdowns

Monday, May 28th, 2018

Air-Conditioner-TechAs we move into summer, the level of strain on your air conditioner is going to increase. More demand on the system means a higher chance for various problems to occur in the system. Hopefully, you’ve already prepared your air conditioner for summer by scheduling preventive maintenance for it sometime in the last few weeks. Even if you have, though, you still need to keep an eye out for signs that your system is in trouble. Have a look at the following problems that can cause your air conditioner to break down this summer, and what you can do about them.

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3 Signs You Need to Have Your Drains Repaired

Monday, May 14th, 2018

DrainDrain health is one of those things that nobody thinks about until something happens to draw their attention to it. Ideally, you should be taking steps to keep your drains healthy long before you ever receive any signs that they’re malfunctioning. Like, for example, having them cleaned out by a professional every year or two. Still, it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with some of the signs that your drains are in need of repairs. The following are three of the more common indications of drain trouble.

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Here Are Some Reasons Why Your Furnace Isn’t Heating

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

BurnerIt can be especially frustrating to turn on your furnace during a frigid day and not have it put out enough heat. There are a number of common reasons why furnace output may not be as high as it should be. Most of them require professional help in order to fix. Still, there’s no harm in finding out a bit more about why your furnace might be having this particular problem. Read on for some possible reasons why your furnace isn’t heating enough, and what you should do about it.

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Subtle Signs of Trouble with a Furnace

Monday, February 5th, 2018

checklist-homeHow do you know when it’s time to call in technicians for a furnace repair? When the system won’t turn on, of course. If it has nothing to do with the circuit breaker (or blown fuse), the thermostat batteries, or the settings on the thermostat, it’s something you’ll need an expert to fix for you.

However, many furnaces show signs of breaking down long before they ever turn off completely. It’s important that you know the subtler signs of a furnace breaking down, so that you can schedule repairs before you’re stuck without heat on a cold night. Besides, it typically costs less to fix a furnace that is still working than one that has completely broken down! Pay attention to these signs of trouble.

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What’s the Ideal Temperature for Efficient Heating?

Thursday, January 4th, 2018

thernostat-dial-hand-greenYou need central heating in our part of the country. But you don’t want to pay an arm and a leg to stay comfortable. It’s tough to find a compromise, especially if different members of the family have preferences on what the temperature should be throughout the home.

Finding the right temperature for comfort and energy savings is not an exact science. And it may not be easy at first if you’re used to cranking up the heat on a cold day. However, the changes you see in the long term will be well worth it.

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