Winter Plumbing tips

Maintaining your home can be difficult in the winter. Especially for those of us that live in New England, these cold temperatures have potential to really affect your home. Here are a few winter plumbing tips that could save you: Allow your faucet to slowly drip...

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Air Conditioning & Cooling Systems

Winter is finally over as temperatures in the New England area have surpassed 60 degrees, with some towns even reaching 70 degrees. With hot weather in the near future, we want to remind anyone with cooling systems that have failed them, to inquire about repairs...

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Spring Plumbing Tips

Warm weather and spring temperatures are here! The weather is getting much warmer and more enjoyable outside but there are a few things you can do in order to prevent spring plumbing problems. This is the perfect time of the year to check some of...

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Plumbing Tip: Adjusting Your Sink Stopper

A sink stopper is a very helpful plumbing tool that keeps water from running down the drain. It is often used for washing ones face or to help with shavings. Overtime, unfortunately the stopped accumulates a random assortment of gunk and sometimes stops working properly....

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Gas Boiler Repairs

Al Terry Plumbing & Heating is happy to provide the residents of New Hampshire with gas boiler repairs. Gas Boilers, heat water & provide either hot water or steam for heating. As time goes on and your gas boiler gains age, we often see problems...

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5 Reasons Your Ducts Become Contaminated

Every couple of years, it is greatly beneficial to get some professional duct cleaning. During these years, high amounts of different dust, dirt and debris can build up in the ductwork of a home. Even worse than much of this debris is the accumulation of...

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Heating Tips During The Winter

It’s funny to think that we are still wondering where summer went, when winter weather is right around the corner. We are in the middle of fall and the temperatures are certainly showing that. It is time to start preparing for the New Hampshire winter...

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Signs that Your Heater Needs To Be Serviced

With fall slowly winding down and winter right around the corner, you’ll want to be sure that your heating system is in perfect working order. As your heat is turned on, keep these following warning signs in mind. Unordinary Noises: If you start hearing loud and...

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