Tag: Plumbing Tips

Should I Upgrade to a 200-amp Electrical Panel?

In older homes, it’s not uncommon to find an outdated electrical panel or even a fuse box. A 200-amp electrical panel has a higher capacity, making it less likely to be overloaded. In the 1950s and 1960s, 60-amp panels were commonplace, while 100-amp service was sufficient. But in a modern home, a 100-amp electrical panel

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Water Leaking From Your Air Conditioner? Here Is Why and What to Do About It

Air conditioning doesn't just cool the air, but it also dehumidifies it. This process results in condensation forming and can sometimes lead to water leaking out of the system. Leaks most commonly occur in the part of the system inside your home, but the outdoor AC condenser may also leak at times. If your AC

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