DIY Tips From the Warner Service Blog

How To Save Future Money With A Heating System Upgrade

Posted by Warner Service on Dec 8, 2017 9:00:00 AM

As the coldest time of year quickly approaches, it’s important your home heating system is running at full strength.

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Topics: HVAC, Saving Energy, staying warm, electric bill, energy savings, hvac tips, heating, residential furnace, appliances, buying recommendations, heat, thermostats

How To Finally Get Energy Efficient Heating In Your Home

Posted by Warner Service on Dec 5, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Tis the season for cold tile floors and lukewarm showers. Are you ready for the washing machine to take up all of the hot water before your first cup of morning coffee?

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Topics: HVAC, Maintenance, Saving Energy, staying warm, electric bill, energy savings, hvac tips, tips, eco friendly, heating, residential furnace, appliances, heat, do it yourself

5 Reasons Why Warner Service Chooses Trane Every Day

Posted by Warner Service on Nov 24, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Warner Service detailed what Trane Nexia™ Home Intelligence and ComfortLink™ technology is. We’ve told you about which Trane heat pumps and thermostats are best, as well as which furnaces are our customers’ favorites.

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Topics: Air Conditioning, HVAC, hvac tips, environmentally friendly products, heating, residential furnace, appliances, buying recommendations, heat

4 Money-Saving Ways To Upgrade Your Heating System

Posted by Warner Service on Nov 7, 2017 9:00:00 AM

 

Tis the season for trouble hot and cold spots in your home, faulty thermostats, and cold tile floors. 

To fix this, high energy bills, and other heating problems, you may need to gut and upgrade your home's HVAC system.

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Topics: HVAC, hvac tips, tips, heating, residential furnace, appliances, heat

How To Spot A Plumbing Problem In The Septic Tank

Posted by Warner Service on Oct 27, 2017 9:00:00 AM

A septic system issue can be one of the most unpleasant scenarios for you and your family. This problem can result in lingering odors inside your home, backups in the drainfield, and above-ground wet spots.

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Topics: Maintenance, Plumbing, plumbing tips, appliances, do it yourself, leak prevention

5 Warning Signs That You Have A Serious Heating Problem

Posted by Warner Service on Oct 24, 2017 9:00:00 AM

 

Winter is coming. It's time to ensure that your family is warm while keeping the energy bill as even as possible. Check out Warner Service's warning signs that your home's HVAC system is about to break:

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Topics: HVAC, staying warm, hvac tips, heating, residential furnace, appliances, heat

Septic System Basics For Beginners

Posted by Warner Service on Oct 20, 2017 9:00:00 AM

 

Research shows that 25 percent of Americans rely on a septic tank for wastewater removal. 

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Topics: Maintenance, Plumbing, plumbing tips, appliances, water use

How Trane's Packaged Systems Offer Whole-Home Comfort

Posted by Warner Service on Oct 17, 2017 9:00:00 AM

If you're not caught up on Warner Service's Trane Fall promotion, now's your chance. This Fall, when you buy a qualifying residential Trane system, you get to choose 0 percent APR for 60 months or $1,000 trade-in allowance on eligible units. This promotion lasts until December 15, 2017. 

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Topics: HVAC, staying warm, heating, appliances, buying recommendations, heat

Drainage System Basics For Beginners

Posted by Warner Service on Oct 13, 2017 9:00:00 AM

The first thing to know is that the supply and drainage subsystems are two distinct operations without overlap. Bridges between the two exist, but the bridges are what make the system worth having. In plumbing jargon, any bridge between the supply and drainage subsystems is a fixture.

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Topics: Plumbing, plumbing terms, appliances, water use, water conservation, bathroom

How To Easily Determine Your Home’s HVAC Needs

Posted by Warner Service on Oct 10, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Many homeowners have a basic understanding on how their home’s HVAC works -- and when it’s about to break down. However, some rely strictly on their comfort level to determine if there’s a serious heating problem.

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Topics: Air Conditioning, HVAC, Maintenance, staying warm, hvac tips, heating, residential furnace, appliances, buying recommendations, heat