Q: Low water pressure to only one fixture in the home?
A: Try cleaning out the faucet aerator, it could have built up debris clogging it. Q: Dirty colored water?
A: Open up bathtub valve and flush, it could possibly be the result of the city working in the street, allowing dirt to enter the main water supply. Q: Why is my toilet running constantly?
A: Check the flapper, it may need to be replaced. Q: Why is my toilet is filling slowly and/or loudly?
A: The fill valve may need to be replaced. Q: Why is my disposal jammed, but the sink is not clogged?
A: Try hitting the reset button on the garbage disposal unit under the sink, the unit might have been “tripped”. Q: Why is water leaking from the evaporative air conditioner overnight when the unit is off?
A: Try adjusting the water float in the cooler. Q: Why is my heater not coming on or why is the thermostat not working?
A: Try replacing the batteries in the thermostat. Q: How can I save energy or gas consumption when I am out of town?
A: Adjust the gas valve to “vacation” or “low”. Q: The temperature is going to be below freezing tonight, how can I protect my pipes?
A: Allow a faucet to drip overnight to keep the water flowing inside your pipes. Additionally, leave your cabinet doors open to allow warm air to circulate. Q: What is the best thing to do to keep my home cool with an evaporative cooler?
A: Keep windows and doors open to push out the “wet” air to allow more air flow circulation. Q: What can I do to cool down quickly with an evaporative air conditioner?
A: Adding ice to the evaporative air conditioner unit can cool the water quickly, resulting in cooler air.