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Do I Need to Replace my Water Heater?

Because hot water is necessary year-round, it’s important to make sure your water heater is always working! With colder weather here and only getting colder, New Hampshire residents should begin looking for signs of damage to their system. Any signs of damage will help to determine if your water heater simply needs to be repaired […]

By |November 2nd, 2016|blog, FAQ|0 Comments

Is My Heating System Ready for Colder Months?

The thing about New England weather is that it is so unpredictable! One day it will be a sunny, warm day and the next thing you know, it’s snowing. So while our winter last year was very mild, that may not be the case this year. Regardless, homeowners should make sure that their heater is […]

By |September 26th, 2016|blog, FAQ, HVAC|0 Comments

How Can I Prevent Any Plumbing Issues?

The plumbers at A+ Plumbing, Heating & Cooling know how tedious the upkeep of your drains, pipes, shower and toilet can be.  Although tedious, it is important to create a preventative maintenance plan to ensure that you plumbing system is working correctly and efficiently.

Scheduling regular maintenance appointments can save you years when it comes […]

By |September 15th, 2016|blog, FAQ|0 Comments

Should I Shut off My AC Unit During a Thunderstorm?

Before a thunderstorm hits your area, the air is usually hot and humid. This is typically the time you want to crank your air conditioner to cool down. Once the storm actually hits, the temperature and humidity will go down, but you can still be left feeling hot. We understand the discomfort of feeling hot […]

By |August 19th, 2016|blog, FAQ, HVAC|0 Comments

Do I Need to Repair or Replace my Air Conditioning Unit?

With summer here in New England, many homeowners have been using their air conditioners nonstop. Because of all the work it has been doing, your unit may suddenly stop working, but this doesn’t necessarily mean that it needs to be replaced. To avoid unnecessary spending, contact the professionals at A+ Plumbing, Heating & Cooling for […]

By |August 2nd, 2016|FAQ|0 Comments

How Can I Lower My AC Bill?

With summer here and the temperatures rising, we’re seeing an increase of air conditioning use. A+ Plumbing, Heating & Cooling understands that your AC is a necessity so we want it to be an affordable necessity. Heating and cooling your home can make up more than 54% of your utility bill! With that in mind, […]

By |June 24th, 2016|blog, FAQ|0 Comments

When Do I Need an Emergency Plumber? Part 1: Backup of Sewage

Usually, homeowners can flush the toilet, drain your tub, etc. without anything bad happening. If you find yourself experiencing a sewage backup, you can be left in quite the predicament. The following are a few situations you may find yourself in and how an emergency plumber can help.

Overflowing Toilet

If your toilet is overflowing with water, […]

By |May 31st, 2016|FAQ|0 Comments

Do I Need to Replace My Air Conditioning System?

With the warmer weather approaching, now is the time for New Hampshire and Massachusetts homeowners to take a look at their air conditioning systems. Before the hot temperatures reach us, you should look for signs that your system may need to be replaced.
Signs you May Need to Replace your Air Conditioning System

Compare your energy bills […]

By |May 5th, 2016|blog, FAQ|0 Comments

How Can I Prevent My Shower Drain from Clogging?

Not only is knowing how to unclog a shower drain a beneficial skill, but it can also help in preventing an issue before it begins. To ensure you have a steady flow of water, try these tips!

People with longer hair are more likely to clog their shower drain. To prevent any plumbing issues, install a […]

By |February 29th, 2016|blog, FAQ|0 Comments

Does My Heating System Need to Be Repaired or Replaced?

With the winter weather here, you may have realized the cold has affected your heating system, causing it to stop working abruptly. While most NH & MA homeowners typically think an HVAC contractor would want you to replace the whole thing, that’s not always the case. Depending on the issue you’re having, you’ll either need […]

By |January 15th, 2016|blog, FAQ|0 Comments
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