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November 22, 2022
What Is a Slab Leak?
Plumbing leaks can take on many different forms. For example, you might notice a small trickle coming from your kitchen faucet, or your toilet won’t stop running. These leaks can also be more drastic, such as when the drain pipe in your bathroom starts gushing water. While all of these plumbing problems are concerning and should be handled promptly, there’s
October 28, 2022
How Long Does a Water Heater Last?
When you’re washing the dishes or taking a shower, it’s easy to forget that your water heater is working behind the scenes to ensure you receive the hot water you need. Despite this, it’s important to realize that water heaters are just like any other appliance in your home. These systems can’t last forever — and eventually need to be
October 14, 2022
Why Does My Bathroom Sink Smell Like Rotten Eggs?
You use your bathroom sink countless times throughout the day, such as when you’re getting ready in the morning and unwinding after a long day. As such, it can be incredibly frustrating — and worrisome — when you start to notice a rotten egg smell wafting up from the sink drain. So, why does your bathroom sink smell like rotten
September 28, 2022
How to Prep Your A/C For A Hurricane
When a hurricane strikes, your AC unit can be among the most vulnerable (and costly) parts of your house to be damaged. Follow these tips to help you prepare and protect your AC unit for a hurricane!
July 31, 2022
What Is Considered a Plumbing Emergency?
It’s unfortunate that plumbing problems can appear out of nowhere, causing a large, unwelcome headache. If you’ve suddenly encountered an issue with your plumbing system, you might be wondering if you should call a plumber for emergency services. However, it can sometimes be difficult to know if the issue requires immediate attention. So, what are plumbing emergencies exactly? In the
July 31, 2022
What Causes Multiple Backed-Up Plumbing Fixtures?
There’s no denying that a water backup is unwanted, inconvenient, and not to mention unsanitary. Whether you’re taking a shower, washing the dishes, or flushing the toilet, a sudden backup can also be a cause for concern. After all, you expect your fixtures to act as they typically would, and when more than one plumbing fixture is backed up, it
July 31, 2022
3 Tips for Keeping Your Family Cool This Summer
During the hot summer months, many homeowners trust their air conditioning systems to meet their home cooling needs. However, constantly running your air conditioner might not be enough to keep you cool — not to mention that it can also be expensive. Fortunately, our West Ashley heating and air conditioning experts have three helpful tips for keeping your family cool this summer.
April 6, 2022
Preparing Your AC and Getting a Second Opinion on Services
You get a lot of use out of your air conditioning system throughout the year, especially during the hottest months. It’s essential to prepare your AC for the summer heat in Charleston, which includes scheduling services with a professional HVAC technician. However, it’s critical to be cautious when booking a repair, maintenance, or replacement service with a company. Don’t hold
March 19, 2022
How to Unclog Your Kitchen or Bathroom Sink
One minute you’re washing your hands or cleaning the dishes, and the next, you notice your sink refuses to drain. All that dirty, soapy water sits unmoving inside your sink, stopped in its place by a pesky drain clog. Now it’s time to roll up your sleeves and unclog the sink. But how?
March 8, 2022
Transforming the Trades: How LimRic Is Empowering Women in HVAC and Plumbing
Over 91% of people in plumbing and HVAC careers identify as male. However, as a leading HVAC and plumbing business in Charleston, LimRic aims to break gender bias barriers and empower new career opportunities for women in the skilled trades. The heating and air conditioning industries still have a long way to go for gender equality among HVAC technicians, but