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Sewer Backups and Flooding in Hyde Park

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Posted on October 23, 2014 by admin in Drain Cleaning

No one expects to walk into a room, only to find that it is filled with stinky sewer odor. If your sewer is not properly maintained, though, this has been known to happen. Especially during poor weather conditions, which can lead to your main lines being overloaded and back water Continue Reading →

Pipe Lining in Goshen

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Posted on October 21, 2014 by admin in Plumbing

Because pipes are not in plain sight, it is not uncommon to find them suddenly backed up or damaged, resulting in necessary repair or replacement work. Most people won’t even know that they have a problem with their pipes until it is too late. If it comes to that point, Continue Reading →

Boiler Maintenance in Orange County, NY

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Posted on September 22, 2014 by admin in Heating

Do you suspect your boiler isn't functioning properly anymore?  Like any major appliance, residential boilers do have a lifespan: they are subject to rust, disrepair, and a whole host of other issues that might influence capacity.  But how do you know if you need your boiler to be maintained? The Continue Reading →

Furnace Replacement in Westchester County

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Posted on September 18, 2014 by admin in Heating

When was the last time your furnace was maintained?  A typical residential furnace has a lifespan of between 20 to 30 years...when regularly serviced.  If you haven't been having T. Webber do regular service checks, then your furnace may need a replacement.  Having a furnace that needs to be replaced Continue Reading →

Furnace Repair in Dutchess County

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Posted on September 16, 2014 by admin in Heating, Uncategorized

When you start to notice that you're paying a great deal more for heating than you used to, DON'T just write it off as an effect for rising gas prices!  It could be a problem with your furnace's efficiency.  As with any major appliance, a furnace has a limited lifespan: Continue Reading →

Water Treatment in Dutchess County

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Posted on September 4, 2014 by admin in Uncategorized

Don't Take a Chance With Your Water
Water is the most essential nutrient we need, and it's one that we use each and every day for drinking, bathing, doing dishes, laundry, and more. So, if the water in your home isn't fresh, it makes doing those every day chores a little Continue Reading →

Sewer Jetting in Hyde Park

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Posted on August 27, 2014 by admin in Uncategorized

At first, you will be dealt with one single drain clog in your home. Not long after, though, clogging will begin to affect other parts of your home. If you notice that you have multiple drains that have begun backing up in your home, this could mean that your main Continue Reading →

FAQ: Tankless Water Heaters in Putnam County

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Posted on August 12, 2014 by admin in Uncategorized

Tankless Systems Are an Investment Worth Making
Looking for a new water heater and not sure where to look? The team at T. Webber can help!

What's better than hearing and learning all about tankless water heaters than from the experts themselves? Tommy Webber, Service Manager at T. Webber Plumbing, Heating, and Air Continue Reading →

Choosing a Tankless Water Heater Contractor in Westchester

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Posted on August 7, 2014 by admin in Heating

It's no secret that installing a tankless water heater is a quite a hefty investment. The parts alone can run $500 to $1,000 or more depending on the application, with labor costs easily being several thousand dollars alone. That's why choosing a contractor who can perform tankless installations the right way is absolutely Continue Reading →

Are Tankless Water Heaters Worth the Price?

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Posted on July 10, 2014 by admin in Water Heaters

One question that frequently comes up when discussing tankless water heaters is whether they are worth the price or not. Installing a tankless water heater can cost you up to $5,000, which can end up being twice as much as what you would pay for a conventional water heater. So, Continue Reading →

AC Repair in Putnam County

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Posted on June 23, 2014 by admin in Air Conditioning

Everything breaks down at some point in its lifecycle, and your air conditioner is no different. Chances are it’ll probably happen on one of the hottest days of the year, which is the worst time you can be without a working air conditioner.

Never fear though, because whether you’re in Carmel Continue Reading →

Plumbers in Westchester County

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Posted on June 23, 2014 by admin in Plumbing

Picture this: You wake up in the morning, shuffle out of bed, and head to the bathroom for your morning routine. After brushing your teeth, you realize that the sink is draining very slowly. This is the third time in as many days this has happened—a clear sign that you, Continue Reading →

Sewer Repairs in Westchester County

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Posted on June 23, 2014 by admin in Plumbing

Your sewer line is one of two primary plumbing systems in your house. When that doesn’t work, chances are your entire day is ruined. Your toilets won’t flush properly—if at all—and you run the risk of a wet sinkhole opening up in your yard.

By far the worst part, however, is Continue Reading →

Trenchless Pipe Lining in Dutchess County

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Posted on June 23, 2014 by admin in Plumbing

Trenchless Pipe Lining in Dutchess County
If you own a home, chances are you’ve experienced the kind of invasive pipe repair that involves digging up half your yard to get at ruined pipes. This kind of repair is no fun for anyone—you have to watch backhoes tear up your careful landscaping, Continue Reading →

AC Installation in Dutchess County

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Posted on June 23, 2014 by admin in Air Conditioning

Sitting around in the hot summer air while an old, rickety fan or in-window air conditioner struggles to cool you down is no one’s idea of fun. Whether you’re in Poughkeepsie or Pawling, Red Hook or Fishkill, there is no reason for you to suffer through another humid Dutchess County Continue Reading →

Sump Pump Installation in Westchester County

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Posted on June 3, 2014 by admin in Plumbing

Keep Your Home Warm and Dry With a Sump Pump
"Sump pump? Why do I need a sump pump? My basement never floods!"

Is that what you're thinking? If so, we're asking you to stay just a few more minutes to hear us out.

Did you know that about 95% of basements will Continue Reading →

Indoor Air Quality in Dutchess County

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Posted on May 22, 2014 by admin in Indoor Air Quality

Humidifiers Will Help Purify Your Air and Keep You Comfortable
Did you know that indoor air pollution is just as common, if not more common, than outdoor pollution? Well, it's true and if that surprised you then you are probably hoping there is a way to protect you and your family Continue Reading →

FAQ: Duct Cleaning in Putnam County

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Posted on May 20, 2014 by admin in Indoor Air Quality

Benefits to Air Duct Cleaning
To clean your ducts or not to clean your ducts - that's the question. While it should have a simple answer, sometimes you just need more information. And all of us here at T. Webber Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning are here to give you the Continue Reading →

Well Pump Service in Putnam County

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Posted on May 15, 2014 by admin in Plumbing

Keep Your Home Running Smoothly With a Well Pump Repair
If you are a homeowner whose water comes primarily from a well, then you know how necessary a well pump is. A well pump is the device that works hard day in and day out to supply your family with the Continue Reading →

Water Treatment Installation in Westchester County

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Posted on May 13, 2014 by admin in Plumbing

Remove Contaminants With a Water Filtration System
If there was anything in your home you thought would never need treatment, surely water is it. Water is the purest, healthiest thing that you and your family can get your hands on, right?

In most cases that's true. Water should be those things, but Continue Reading →

Sewer Replacement in Beacon

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Posted on April 24, 2014 by admin in Plumbing

Multiple Backups Indicate You May Need a Sewer Line Replacement
There comes a point when you just can't - or don't want to - deal with sewer troubles anymore. That was the case for our customers out in Beacon, NY.

Unbeknownst to them, they had extensive roots clogging up their waste line. Continue Reading →

Drain Cleaning with T. Webber: DIY Problems

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Posted on April 15, 2014 by admin in Drain Cleaning

Having a slow moving, clogged drain can be a major problem if not addressed in a timely fashion. Stoppage in your drains can cause a whole series of problems, affecting everything from brushing your teeth to using your kitchen sink. You might think that tackling a clogged drain is a Continue Reading →

Top Ten Causes of Drain Clogs in Westchester County

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Posted on April 8, 2014 by admin in Drain Cleaning

Different Causes, One Solution: Call T. Webber
It's our job as Westchester County's drain cleaning experts to give you - our customers - a clue as to what may be causing those household nightmares we call clogs.

Knowing where they originate from may help in preventing future clogs, so if that sounds Continue Reading →

Lightning Strikes: The Well Pump Killer

Posted on March 7, 2014 by admin in Well Pumps

This week’s weather forecast is calling for lots of thunder and lightning!  Don’t let the weather ruin your summer….and your well pump!

Lightning strikes are one of the leading causes of well pump failure.  If your well pump is struck by lightning it may continue to work for a week or Continue Reading →

How to Prevent Against Frozen Pipes

Posted on March 7, 2014 by admin in Heating, Plumbing

Winter is Here..Are Your Pipes Safe?
With the freezing weather finally here, are your pipes susceptible to freezing? Weatherproofing homes against the cold will pay dividends on energy bills in the winter and will also help protect indoor plumbing against the threat of pipe breaks. How can you prevent against frozen Continue Reading →

2013 Home Improvement Resolutions

Posted on March 7, 2014 by admin in Air Conditioning, Drain Cleaning, Heating, Indoor Air Quality, Plumbing, Well Pumps

Make Home Improvements Your Resolution for 2013!
Every New Year we all make a number of resolutions to improve ourselves. These include the standard "lose weight,get a better job, be a better parent," character-changing resolutions. Although they often can be life changing, they also very often are left incomplete. This year, Continue Reading →

Heating Season Tune-Ups Save Money & Extend Equipment Life

Posted on March 7, 2014 by admin in Heating

About 55% of American home owners have their heating-cooling equipment professionally serviced at least once a year, according to a recent survey of home owners across the country by Honeywell, Inc., which makes a variety of electronic heating-cooling controls. They’re the smart ones. An annual heating system “clean & check” Continue Reading →

How to Keep Your Cool During a HEAT WAVE!

Posted on March 7, 2014 by admin in Air Conditioning, Heating

Summer is officially here, and boy is it hot out!  Temperatures throughout the Hudson Valley are expected to hit nearly 100 degrees over the next few days, leaving residents desperate for a cool down. So, what can you do to keep cool when the temperatures are rising?

The National Weather Forecast suggests Continue Reading →

Top Reasons For Well Pump Failure

Posted on March 7, 2014 by admin in Plumbing, Well Pumps

One of the most common questions we are asked by homeowners is simple. Why did my well pump fail? There can be many contributing factors to the failure of your submersible well pump.   Two of the leading factors are age and electrical failure.

 

Age As with anything mechanical in nature, wear and Continue Reading →

How To Prevent Clogged Drains & Toilets

Posted on March 7, 2014 by admin in Drain Cleaning, Plumbing

Clogged drains and toilets rank high among life’s little nuisances.  So the idea is to  prevent them from clogging in the first place.  Here’s some practical advice on how to do just that!

 

Check your sink and tub stoppers at least four times a year for hair and bio-film buildup.
Once a week, fill each sink in your Continue Reading →

First Aid For Your Home

Posted on March 7, 2014 by admin in Drain Cleaning, Heating, Plumbing

All of us in the home service business know that there's no such thing as a non-emergency call. To a home owner with no heat in winter, no air conditioning in summer, a stopped-up toilet, broken pipes, no hot water or an unwanted wading pool in the basement, it is Continue Reading →