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Roots & Your Plumbing

The snow is beginning to melt in the valley with spring just around the corner. You may even be ahead of the game and already mapping out your landscaping. Having a stunning exterior is just as important to a homeowner as a beautiful interior. Unfortunately, having lush and full landscaping could be causing your plumbing [...]

February 20th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Proper Garbage Disposal Care

Proper garbage disposal care today prevents drain problems tomorrow. Not that we don’t want your business, but it’s wise to take good care of your kitchen amenities. To keep this appliance in check, follow these easy do’s don’ts for your garbage disposal! Garbage Disposal Do’s Run your disposal regularly. Do this to prevent rust, corrosion, [...]

February 12th, 2017|garbage disposal, plumbing|0 Comments

Why Choose a Full-Service Company?

We know there are a sea of options when it comes to repairs in your home, but it’s not always best to shop around. We’re here to tell you why Action Plumbing, Heating, Air & Electric is the most efficient choice for your plumbing, heating, air, and electrical problems: Services are Consistent Your home comes [...]

February 8th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Quiz: Which Fireplace Best Suits You?

Your fireplace is often the focal point in any room and a necessity with most home décor. At Action Plumbing, Heating, Air & Electric, we’re proud to provide an array of fireplace options as unique as you. Take this quiz to see which direction you should lean when selecting your next fireplace! When you’re hosting [...]

January 31st, 2017|Fireplace|0 Comments

How to Prevent an Electrical Fire in your Home

Fires can start a lot of different ways, but an electrical fire is the worst when it comes to the amount of damage done. Electrical fires cause the highest dollar amount lost compared to all of the other ways fires can start. Most electrical fires can be avoided by taking a few preventative steps. Too [...]

January 22nd, 2017|Electrical, Home Safety|0 Comments

Electrical Tips Every Homeowner Should Know

Most of us are not electricians, but it is important to know all the appropriate safety precautions. Without electrical safety knowledge, your home could go up in flames, literally. By following some basic tips when dealing with electricity, you can avoid a costly house fire. Turn the Power Off One of the basic things you [...]

January 12th, 2017|Electrical, Home Safety|0 Comments

Gas or Electric: Which Fireplace is Right for Your Home this Winter?

It’s time to think about keeping your family and home warm for the season. Your furnace is one way to heat a home, but you might be able to save some money and keep cozy by adding a fireplace to your home. The question is, do you want a gas fireplace or an electric one? [...]

January 5th, 2017|Heating, Home Safety, Utah Heating|0 Comments

Tips for Avoiding Frozen Pipes

As the winter months roll in and the coldest time of the year is now upon us, frozen pipes quickly become a larger concern. This is one of the easiest ways to run up a huge plumbing bill, and could create issues that linger in your home for a lengthy period of time. At Action [...]

December 29th, 2016|Energy Efficiency, plumbing, utah plumbing|0 Comments

What is Your Furnace Trying to Tell You?

Though our appliances are inanimate objects, they can still convey a variety of messages to us. A happy appliance will keep these interactions to a minimum, while a disgruntled one will make a big fuss and try to get your attention. It’s important to know what these signals mean, and how to interpret them. Here [...]

December 22nd, 2016|Furnace, Heating, Home Safety, Insulation, Utah Heating|0 Comments

Baby, It’s Cold Outside! Here’s How to Beat the Chill Outside

If you’re feeling like you’re going to freeze out there, and the snow is up to your knees out there, you’re not alone. We’ve seen steady snowfall all December long, and temperatures ranging from the 40s all the way down to the single digits. Take a reprieve from feeling so chilly and warm up with [...]

December 15th, 2016|Energy Efficiency, Furnace, Heating, Home Safety, Utah Heating|0 Comments