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Some of these problems may be occurring because of the contaminants in the water. That can be resolved by installing an in-line water filtration system. Berkeys Air Conditioning & Plumbing has a wide range of water filtration options for any home.

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Information on the renewable energy and energy efficiency research, education, training, and certification activities of the Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC)

Tips When Installing a New Toilet

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Why is My Double Kitchen Sink Backing Up to the Other Side?

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5 Easy Ways to Conserve More Water

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Going Green: Saving Energy and Money with Eco-Friendly Home Updates

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Spring Cleaning Time, DFW

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6 Kitchen Remodel Trends That Won’t Go Out of Style

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DFW Out And About

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5 Ways to Keep Your Air Ducts Clean Longer

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What to Do When You Clog Someone Else’s Toilet

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Going Solar in Your Apartment: 5 Ways to Get Started

If you own a home, going solar is a no-brainer. Upon installation of a solar system you immediately begin to reduce your energy bills. As an investment, solar can provide an amazing return every month

How to Prevent Plumbing Problems from High Water Pressure

It is every homeowner’s nightmare. You come home from vacation or a long day at work to find a flood in your house! A pipe has broken or a waterline in your home as blown, letting water run freely

What is Water Hammer?

When you turn off a faucet and hear a thumping or pounding sound, that’s water hammer. It happens when water quickly changes the direction of its flow and the resulting momentum causes the pipes to

Congratulations, DFW!

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Environmentally Friendly Techniques for Removing Rust Stains from Sinks, Tubs, and Toilets

Rust stains can appear on your toilet, sink, and tub for several reasons. They can occur if you don’t regularly clean your bathroom appliances or if you have hard mineral deposits – perhaps due t

How a Swamp Cooler Thermostat can Make Your Home More Comfortable

If you have a swamp cooler in your home, you are familiar with the balancing act of keeping the house cool. You have to pay attention to the temperature, monitor the fan speed and open and close wind

What’s New? Find Out At Dallas Startup Week!

Every one, both old and young, are constantly dreaming of new ideas or new ways to do things. People create fascinating new products and great new concepts just sitting around a coffee table. However,

What is a P-Trap?

If you are planning a kitchen or bathroom renovation – or you smell a noxious odor emanating from your plumbing pipes – you will quickly become very familiar with a P-trap. P-traps can be made of

Better Products When Companies Work Together

Most homeowners make a big mistake while planning their kitchen or bathroom remodeling project. They think that products found in their local home improvements stores or on a few websites are their on

Rain and Potential Impact on Your Drain Field

Once it appears that winter is giving way to spring in the Puget Sound area, we can expect plenty of rain. Although you may not realize it, this can damage your septic system. When a significant rain

Going Green: 7 Tips to Create a More Eco-Friendly Home or Apartment

The quest for eco-friendly apartments and homes is spreading fast, and we have seven great ideas to quickly and constructively join the green movement. Check these out: Outside If you are in an arid c

Prevent Your Pipes from Freezing this Winter

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What should I do if I smell gas?

Natural gas is one of the most common fuels used in New Mexico homes. Many water heaters, furnaces, clothes dryers and fire places run on some form of gas. It works well, but the downside is that gas

Septic Alarms Going Off and What to Do

Septic tanks typically come with alarms for a good reason. It is extremely important that you know if your septic system has a problem because the result could be pretty catastrophic. The septic alar

Protect your Home from Germs using UV Lights

Last year was one of the worst flu seasons we’ve seen in decades! And even though the 2018-2019 flu season is supposed to be better, there is still a good possibility that you or someone you love i

Are Tankless Water Heaters Energy Efficient?

Yes, tankless water heaters are energy efficient. However to understand how it impacts you, lets first explore how energy efficiency is determined for water heaters.  Energy efficiency in water

How to Avoid These Top 3 Winter Plumbing Disasters

The holidays may be behind us, but winter in New Mexico is just getting started! The temperature has already dipped below freezing several times in Albuquerque and even more in Santa Fe. Though this

Heating System Safety Checklist

Ensure your heating system is operating safely Winter brings thoughts of cozying up by the fireplace, hot chocolate, and warm blankets. But winter also increases the potential for house fires and oth

How to Prepare for Major Home Equipment Purchases

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Is A Heater Service Plan Worth The Investment?

Just like your vehicle, your heater requires regular maintenance. And like any machine, it can occasionally break down. Is it worth it to buy a heater service plan? There are a few factors to take in

What To Do When Your Heater Won’t Start

It’s that time of year. The weather is turning cold, and it’s time to turn on the heater after it has rested peacefully in the basement all summer. You turn up the thermostat, flip the switch aaa

Presenting Our New Heating Oil Additive – The Fuel Ox!

For years, 7 Oil Company has been your source for quality heating oil additives designed to provide added protection and peace of mind. It is our goal to provide the best value possible to our custom


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