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In Home and Family on August 13, 2009 at 5:10 pm

Making Your Home More Efficient – By A Bailey Plumbing

Have you heard it said that cleanliness is next to godliness? Well, if you’ve got a furnace, cleaning or replacing the filters once a month will keep it working at top efficiency. Also clean your air registers, baseboard heaters, and radiators as needed, and make sure they’re not blocked by furniture, carpeting, or drapes. It won’t guarantee holiness, but you will save money on your heating bills.

Do you have a gas furnace or stove? Then you might consider a gas hot water heater as well. You’ll save money extending the gas line to your water heater, as natural gas and propane water heaters are about 3 times less expensive to operate than their electric counterparts. This is one time when having gas can actually bring you a lot of relief.

When was the last time you had your water heater professionally inspected? It should be checked out by a certified plumbing technician a minimum of once a year. Not only will this keep it in top working order, but your unit should also be checked for possible carbon monoxide leaks. Carbon monoxide is serious business. It’s colorless, odorless, and potentially deadly. Don’t take chances with your family’ safety. It’s more than a money-saving tip, it could be a life-saving tip as well.

And speaking of safety, chemicals belong in a laboratory—not down your drain! Chemical cleaners have a triple whammy of disadvantages—they’re dangerous to use, harmful to your pipes, and polluting to the environment. A kinder, gentler, yet effective solution to clearing drains is the use of a biologically active drain cleaner.

What does that mean? All-natural, good bacteria and enzymes literally eat away the clogs in your system without damaging the pipes. Sounds gross? Well, unlike harsh chemicals, bio-cleaning products are safe for children, pets, and the planet. So go green and be clean—call A. Bailey Plumbing to get hooked up with product.

About A Bailey Plumbing

When Chris and Joanne Bailey started A Bailey Plumbing in the late eighties they had no idea how tied they would become to their community. More then twenty years later, Bailey Plumbing is known throughout the area for their slogan “same day service with a smile”. Chris is a master plumber by trade and a good friend by personality. Their business is family owned and operated and they are happy keeping it that way. “A Bailey Plumbing has built its reputation on the principles of quality service, respect, and unwavering commitment to you and your home,” Chris recently told a local group.

The firm combines good old-fashioned hard work with the most current technologies to create a service experience second to none. This speaks most clearly in both their 100% money back guarantee and their A+ accredited business rating from the Better Business Bureau. The company has been a BBB accredited business since December 2001. That means A Bailey Plumbing supports the BBB’s services to the public and meets BBB Accreditation standards. A Bailey Plumbing is fully licensed and bonded as well as registered with the New Jersey State Board of Examiners of Master Plumbers.

CALL 800-392-3981 TODAY! Or Contact us via E-MAIL at info@abaileyplumbing.com

  1. […] Chris and Joanne Bailey started A Bailey Plumbing in the late eighties they had no idea how tied they would become to their community. More then […]

  2. Great tips! I will definitely consider them for my home. Anything I can do to save money is worth it! Thanks A Bailey Plumbing!

  3. A Bailey Plumbing thanks for the information I found it very useful …

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