A Comprehensive Guide on Common Water Heater Problems

September 13, 2022

Water heaters are essential for any home, providing hot water for showers, laundry, and dishes. However, like any appliance, they can break down and require repairs. Several types of water heaters are on the market today, but they all tend to suffer from similar problems. Here are some of the most common water heater problems. Water Leaks Water leaks are a huge problem because they can cause extensive damage to your home if left unchecked. The most common causes of water leaks are faulty valves and pipes or a crack in the tank itself. Water

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4 Ways to Increase Water Pressure in Your Home

August 8, 2022

Low water pressure is unsatisfying and a major cause of discomfort in a home. Normally, the water pressure should be approximately 40 psi to 60 psi, with the ideal water force being about 50 psi. If the water pressure is below 40 psi, your washing machine takes longer to fill, water dribbles from faucets, the dishwasher doesn’t clean dishes, and shower heads become weak. Several issues can lead to low water pressure, but fortunately, this problem can be corrected with the help of a professional plumber. Here are tips that can help to improve your home’s water

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HVAC Zoning: How Do Zoned HVAC Systems Work?

July 15, 2022

Multizone HVAC systems have been around for a while. These systems can offer you many benefits. For instance, a multi-zone HVAC system lets you enjoy individualized comfort. Think of a situation where you have children who dislike cold temperatures, but you enjoy sleeping in a cold room. With a multi-zone HVAC system, you can heat their room without heating the whole house. Other benefits of multizone HVAC systems include: Extended lifespan Quieter cooling Customization options Convenience A multi-zone HVAC system can also help you lower your energy costs.

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Why Is Copper Used In Plumbing?

June 7, 2022

Plumbing using copper can lead to many benefits and decrease the work needed for maintenance. Copper is a corrosion-resistant metal that’s used in many different industries. It is naturally anti-microbial, corrosion-resistant, and resists oxidation. For example, copper can form coatings or gaskets for pipes and drains, which will protect the natural environment from seepage of toxic chemicals into groundwater or surface waters. Copper also prevents galvanic action (the reaction of metals) during water ingress from the main supply into a building structure with copper piping. Copper tubing can also be used for heating, radiators, venting, and cooling systems. Here are

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5 Reasons Why Your AC Might Be Leaking Water

May 20, 2022

If you notice that water is leaking inside your house when your AC is running, it is important that you identify the cause as soon as possible. Most of the time, the issue causing the leak is fairly minor and can be easily fixed. However, there are also situations in which the leak could indicate a much more serious problem that could potentially ruin your AC if not taken care of quickly. With this in mind, here are five of the most common causes of water leaking from an air conditioner. 1. Condensate Drain Line Is Clogged

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Understanding the Mechanics of a Ductless Air Conditioner

April 11, 2022

With summer drawing ever closer in American Fork, it’s important to start thinking about how you’ll keep your home comfortable when the temperature increases. While central air conditioning systems are popular with many area homeowners, a ductless air conditioner is another great option for your home. The best way to understand the benefits of a ductless air conditioner is to better understand how these systems work. Here are a few professional insights on ductless systems from the pros at Gunthers Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing. Understanding Heat Pumps Before discussing ductless air conditioners specifically, it’s important to talk about how heat

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Tips to Get Your HVAC System Ready for Spring

March 16, 2022

Spring is right around the corner in American Fork, UT, which means that air conditioning season is not far behind. Getting the most from your air conditioner means doing more than simply flipping the switch on your thermostat. Consider these tips to prepare your HVAC system for spring and the weather change. Change Your Air Filter If you haven’t changed your air filter since winter started, it’s time to check it. Most filters need changing anywhere from every 30 days to every six months, depending on the type of filter and the air quality. A clogged

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Choosing the Best Furnace Filters

February 8, 2022

With your furnace running all the time to combat the winter chill in the air, you’re likely changing out your furnace filters faster than usual. Since every household is different, there’s no established rule for when you should change out your filter. The best routine for you depends on the animals in the house, filter size, and your allergies. When determining the best filter type and replacement schedule for your home, keep this essential information in mind. MERV Rating Always consider the MERV rating of all new furnace filters you purchase. This rating determines how much

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Signs That Your Ductwork Needs Repair or Replacement

January 3, 2022

Air ducts are an integral aspect of your home’s ventilation, and without them, your HVAC system cannot distribute conditioned air throughout your home. While you probably don’t think about your air ducts because you don’t see them, they also need maintenance, repairs, and even replacement. So how can you tell it’s time to repair or replace your air ducts? Experts at Gunthers Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing outline the most common signs you should watch out for to determine if your ductwork needs repair or replacement. Noisy HVAC Operation Your HVAC system naturally makes some noise while

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Find out the Main Reasons Why Your Furnace Has Rust

December 6, 2021

Having rust on the furnace is one of the issues that causes serious concerns to most homeowners. Many of our clients often ask how this is possible if a furnace does not use water to generate heat. This is not a strange occurrence for an old system and might be a sign that a replacement is due. However, if your HVAC system is just a few years old and still serviceable, then you might need to consult Gunthers Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing specialists to evaluate the situation. The Main Causes of Rust on a Furnace Although it

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