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Cannot be combined with other offers. Offer expires 12/31/2018.
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Must be capable of troubleshooting, repairing, and performing preventative maintenance of HVAC systems and controls. Job Duties, Knowledge, and Abilities (position specific): Conduct preventative maintenance Troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair equipment Complete service reports, time entry, and all other paperwork and reporting via laptop/ tablet and submit them daily via e-mail. Repair units without error and consistently repair units within the
“Just because it goes down the drain, doesn’t mean it’s gone.” Clogged pipes can occur for a number of reasons like hair going down the tub drain or food particles going down the kitchen sink. Clogs are common enough, so why call the plumber every time? You can try to fix the clog yourself through a few easy steps, and
Heating and cooling your home makes up of about 50% of your energy bill, so making a few adjustments in your habits can save you a lot of money. Here are three of the top heating and cooling mistakes most people make. 1. Trying to heat or cool your home faster Maybe you heard that turning the air up while
Unclogging your toilet can be a very simple task – a few pumps with the plunger and it’s gone. However, not all clogs are that easy, and there are a few tips to keep in mind. Never use a store bought clog remover to unclog a toilet. Clog removers are designed to enter the stopped up drain, but since the
Why do air ducts get dirty? Air conditioning systems come with filters. The filters are supposed to prevent dust and dirt from entering the system and hence the cooled air being circulated is relatively clean and fresh. It has little or no particulate matter and pollutants or allergens. That works in theory. It is an ideal scenario. In the real
Just like your air conditioner seems most likely to break down during the high temperatures of the summer, so also will your heater break down on the coldest days of the year. Here are ten of the most common issues that could be facing your furnace this winter. Filthy Filter Changing the filters in a timely manner will help keep