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In the Market for a New Furnace in Cold Spring? Here Are a Few Things to Consider

If you’re in the market for a new furnace, you obviously want to get the best possible deal. A new furnace is a big investment, and choosing the right one is essential when it comes to keeping your family warm and comfortable during the winter months. There are seemingly countless options, and many homeowners struggle to find heating systems that are affordable and provide the heat they need. There are several factors that need to be taken into consideration, and it all can be a bit overwhelming. At T.Webber, we can help. We proudly offer professional furnace installation in … [Read More]


3 Ways Keeping Up with Water Heater Maintenance Could Save You Big

For the most part, water heaters are fairly self-sufficient, and you can rely on your to warm water for showering, washing clothes, washing dishes, etc. However, it’s still a good idea to keep up with some basic maintenance. In fact, properly maintaining your water heater now could save you a lot of money later. Here are just a few of the ways that water heater maintenance could save you money. Benefits of Water Heater Maintenance When you’re not having problems with your water heater, you probably don’t give it a whole lot of thought, and you may be hesitant … [Read More]


3 Common Things That Could Be Destroying Your Home’s Plumbing System

Modern plumbing is a remarkable system that is all too often taken for granted. Though it serves as a vital lifeline that removes waste and brings in fresh, clean water for cooking, drinking, bathing and cleaning, many homeowners don’t give it much thought – that is until a problem arises. Unfortunately, many of us unknowingly do things that cause backups and other problems with our plumbing systems. Here are three common things that could be destroying your home’s plumbing system. Things That Could Be Damaging Your Plumbing System Right Now Trash. If you use your garbage disposal or toilet … [Read More]


3 Easy Ways to Prevent Frozen Pipes

Freezing temperatures can cause serious problems inside your home. When the temperature drops, it can cause the water in your pipes to freeze, possibly resulting in a burst pipe. A burst pipe is a serious plumbing emergency that can cause major flooding and significant water damage, in addition to driving up your water bill. While, unfortunately, we can’t tell you how to prevent frigid winter weather, we can give you a few tips on how to prevent frozen pipes in your home. How to Prevent Frozen Pipes One of the most important things to note is that pipes in … [Read More]


Important Features You Should Know Before Plumbing Maintenance

Plumbing maintenance is an absolute must for your home, especially if you expect to live without the constant threat of drain clogs. However, for many first-time homeowners, the idea of maintaining a plumbing system may seem like a daunting task, especially when they are not as familiar with its various fixtures. When we say “fixtures,” we don’t even mean the essential ones everyone thinks about, like toilets and sinks. In fact, there are several smaller features to your plumbing system you need to concern yourself with. Features like water main valves and water pressure regulators may not be immediately … [Read More]


Our Local Plumber’s Holiday Guide – Preparing Your Plumbing System

A local plumber should the first person to call if you want to ensure your holiday season is one filled with cheer, or else you may find yourself shouting “Bah! Humbug!” at every small plumbing issue. As we draw nearer to the holidays, you are most likely focused on gift shopping, great food, and spending quality time with family. However, you should not allow your excitement for the holidays allow you to lose focus on your plumbing needs. Truth be told, just because we are in a time of seasonal cheer does not mean your plumbing problems will suddenly … [Read More]


3 Signs That It’s Time to Replace Your Water Heater

Few things are more unpleasant than stepping into a freezing cold stream of water when you’ve been looking forward to a nice, hot shower. Unfortunately, even the best water heater won’t last forever, and older systems are prone to breakdowns and complete system failure. There is good news, though. By watching out for a few warning signs, you can avoid total system failure. Here are a few signs that it may be time to replace your water heater. Signs That It’s Time to Replace Your Water Heater Rusty Water Do you have reddish water coming from your hot water … [Read More]


Water Filtration and Conditioning Services in Hudson Valley

Water filtration is responsible for keeping your water supply crystal clear. No contaminants. No chemicals. Not even a speck of dirt. It keeps any filth out of your water so you can use it for a wide variety of purposes like drinking, washing, watering the lawn, and so much more. It’s so vital to the overall state of your home that you wouldn’t be able live there at all if you didn’t have a steady flow of running water. Running water is kinda like oxygen—you don’t realize how much you need it until it’s not there anymore. Oh, and … [Read More]


6 Helpful Toilet Repair Tips

A toilet repair can save you from the one plumbing problem sending shivers up the spine of homeowners everywhere—toilet clogs. If you want to avoid cleaning up the mess and keep your toilet clog-free, you need to call for a repair service immediately. Even just waiting a little while longer can result in a plumbing catastrophe so costly you may wind up with no money in your wallet. When you allow a clog, overflow, or leak to persist in your toilet, it may lead to significant water damage on the surrounding floor that may cost thousands of dollars to … [Read More]


The Top 8 Drain Cleaning Tips

Drain cleaning is a normal part of being a responsible homeowner. In fact, it’s probably one of the most important things you can do when maintaining your home’s plumbing system. Allowing any clog to persist in your plumbing system can result in drastic consequences. You may encounter higher utility costs, poor levels of sanitation, and bad sewer odors. Worse, you will lose access to essential plumbing fixtures like toilets and showers. Considering how often you use these fixtures on a daily basis, it will be impossible to live in your home conveniently. The clogs may also hinder their efficiency … [Read More]


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