Hutchins Plumbing & Air Conditioning Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Carrollton’

Drain Cleaning Chemicals DON’T Work

Monday, September 6th, 2021

We wanted to be absolutely clear with the title of this blog. The whole world could be divided into two groups of people—those who think chemicals can be used to clean a drain, and those who stay as far away from those kinds of chemicals as possible. And we’re firmly in the second group.

We’d like to highlight a few things that homeowners might not know about these chemicals and what they do. This will range from their ineffectiveness to just how toxic they can be for the ecosystem and your property. Take it from us, your local plumbers in Carrollton, TX, since we see the inside of your pipes after you use those chemicals. We know what they do, we know what they’re made of, and trust us, it’s not pretty!

Thankfully, it’s pretty easy to stay away from chemical drain cleaners. Just call us to have your drain cleaned properly!

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3 Trends in the Energy Industry

Monday, August 23rd, 2021

The energy industry is constantly changing. With new technology, new industry standards, and new safety procedures, the price for home electrical work has steadily increased. However, this comes with a few industry trends that we’d like to talk to you about. After all, if you know what’s going on under the hood of the energy industry, then you might be able to plan for the future. Especially for new homeowners and parents with kids, the more you know about the future of electrical work, the more you’ll be able to save on costs down the line.

As your local electricians in Carrollton, TX, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to tell you about the trends that this industry is taking. Everything from energy demands to new energy procedures will be covered, which is how we’ll hopefully guide you towards making the best financial decision for your family.

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A Ceiling Fan Is Absolutely Worth It

Monday, June 28th, 2021

When you think of a ceiling fan, you might not think of it as much of a useful appliance when you already have an air conditioning system installed. Unfortunately, many homeowners take their ceiling fans for granted and do not realize how useful this simple and low-tech appliance can be. We are not trying to tell you that a ceiling fan is a substitute for your air conditioner – there is no comparison between the two.

However, that does not mean your ceiling fan is useless. In case you have been wondering whether your ceiling fan is worth it, we will tell you why this can be an amazing appliance to use. And if you need electricians in Carrollton, TX, to handle any air conditioning-related services, you can always contact us.

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Diagnosing Your Electrical Problem the Right Way

Monday, December 28th, 2020

Uh oh, an electrical problem in the dead of winter? That doesn’t sound like much fun at all. And, depending on the type of electrical problem, it could mean the shutdown of some appliances, devices, and some really bad times ahead. It sounds like you need a professional if you’re dealing with this kind of issue.

Though, there are many different types of electrical problems that can occur in a home. From a tripped fuse and frayed wires, to a broken electrical panel, it’s really going to take the diagnosis, expertise, and patience of an electrician in Carrollton, TX.

We’ve got you covered. Let’s go over what you’re experiencing, and talk about how our team of professional electricians can help. Keep your phone close by, because chances are high you’ll be giving us a call once you hear what we have to say.

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How to Ruin Your Kitchen Drain

Monday, August 13th, 2018

drain-bubblingHave you ever been curious about how you could go about completely ruining your kitchen’s pipes and drain? If you do, we hope it’s purely for educational purposes and not for something sinister. Either way, we won’t hold back in explaining how you would go about clogging your pipes up.

Even though clogs can be fairly easy to unclog with the right equipment, the problem is when homeowners decide to fix the clogs themselves—they simply don’t have the tools that are best for protecting the lifespan of the plumbing system.

Overall, we don’t want you to treat your plumbing irresponsibly, either before or after a clog. So here are some ways that you could totally ruin your kitchen plumbing (purely for educational purposes, of course).

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