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HVAC Mold Issues - Helpful Info and Tips

  We recently serviced a client's HVAC system and when we checked the evaporator coil we learned a lot (see image below). Now this customer has complained of feeling ill often, but did not consider the possibility the large amount of mold and mildew that had collected on the coil could be the culprit. Air […]

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How To Clean Your Central Air Conditioner Drain Tube

Central Air Conditioner Drain Tube

Any home that has a central air conditioner unit installed has a condensate drain line.  Air conditioning units produce one natural by-product, Water!  The warmer air from your home, meets the colder surface of the evaporator coil and naturally, condensation occurs.  The water from your AC unit runs down the sides of the coil and […]

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Water Leaks - Plumbing

  And now From the Roof Down, presented by John C. Flood of Virginia. Today's topic, how to detect water leaks. A leak can go undetected until a substantial amount of damage has been done. Here are ways to see if your home is at risk. Check the meter. If a flow indicator is running […]

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Sump Pumps

  Hi, it's Chris from John C. Flood. In this podcast we are going to talk about sump pumps and how important they are to a homeowner with a basement and areas prone to flooding. A sump pump is probably one of the best investments a homeowner could make and it could save thousands in […]

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How to keep your home cooler during the summer

  Hello, this is Chris from John C. Flood offering up some tips to help keep your home cool this summer. If they're saying time is money that certainly holds true during those hot summer days in the amount of time and strain on your central air conditioning and wall units. Money and a lot […]

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Common issues with a water heater and self diagnostics

  Hi, this is Chris from John C. Flood. And today, we're going to go over some common issues and possible repairs that you may need to be informed on your water heater. Now, I know it's blazing hot outside. So the last thing you probably have on your mind is anything that generates heat. […]

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Air Pollution and Tips on How to Protect Yourself

  Hello all. It's Chris from John C. Flood again. And today, we're going to chat about air pollution. These last couple of months, the northern Virginia, D.C., and Maryland areas have had their fair share of alerts from the National Weather Service noting the poor air quality. And along with extremely hot and humid […]

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HVAC Terms and Definitions

Hi, this is Chris from John C. Flood and today we're going to go over some common questions and terms used within the HVAC world. Hopefully, after you listen to this podcast you'll have a better basic understanding of what these terms mean. First on the plate is what size air conditioner do I need […]

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Standby Generators Becoming Very Popular

  Hi, it’s Chris from John C Flood and today am going to talk about the increasing need and demand for standby generators. Just a few years ago, the thought of owning an emergency standby generator seemed liked an unnecessary waste of a considerable amount of money for the minimal amount of time you would […]

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The Benefits of a Whole House Powered Humidifier

  Hello and today we are going to talk about whole house powered humidifiers which provide comfort and energy savings in your home. With the winter season upon us, many families have already started firing up their heating systems which keeps your family warm but it also dries out the air in your home. The […]

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Sewer Pipe Relining with Epoxy

  In this broadcast we are going to talk about relining sewer drains. Sewer pipe relining is the process of repairing damaged sewer pipes by creating a pipe within a pipe to restore function and flow. Epoxy relining materials mold to the inside of the existing pipe to create a smooth new inner wall. Relining […]

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