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    • Common Warning Signs Your Air Ducts Need Cleaning

      The ductwork consists of a series of connected tubes which distribute cool or heated air throughout the rooms of your home. Regularly checking your ductwork is not only important to ensure your HVAC ...

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    • Enjoy a Stress-Free Home Remodel With These Air Quality Tips

      You may have waited years for this. You saved up the money, took out a home equity loan, or even a mortgage and now you’re ready. You’re either about to remodel the home you live in, or you’ve just ...

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    • All Pro Named Best of 2018 by Home Advisor!

      At All Pro Plumbing, Heating, Air & Electrical, we remain completely committed to your satisfaction through every aspect of our business. Whether it’s offering you reliable and fairly-priced services ...

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    • All Pro & Local Sports - A Winning Partnership

      A professional sports team needs to have a lot of admirable qualities, including an insatiable desire to be the best and never be surpassed, a work ethic that doesn’t quit even after goals are ...

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    • All Pro Plumbing, Heating, Air & Electrical Honored with Training Excellence Award

      All Pro Plumbing, Heating, Air & Electrical is proud to have been recently honored with the prestigious Training Excellence Award from the National Comfort Institute (NCI). Presented during NCI’s 2018 ...

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    • Let these 6 Fun Facts About Boilers Help You Decide Whether or Not to Get One

      If your current boiler is more than 15 years old, then you might want to consider getting a brand new condenser boiler . Not only are they cost and energy-efficient they help to reduce both indoor and ...

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    • Five Things You Should Know About Carbon Monoxide

      In an effort to educate our community on the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning and key safeguards, All Pro Plumbing, Heating and Air will now recognize November as Carbon Monoxide Awareness Month. ...

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    • 6 Electrical Improvements to Make Before You Sell Your Home

      Before you put your home on the market, sometimes there might be several improvements which need to be made. If your home is equipped with faulty or questionable electrical and wiring systems, it ...

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    • When Is It Time to Replace My Electrical Outlets?

      Although most of your home’s electricity is contained within your walls and appliances, the closest contact you’ll have with it is from your electrical outlets. This is why it is important to ensure ...

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    • How to Lower Your Monthly Energy Bills

      Many families pay hundreds of dollars every month on utility bills alone. Due to this costly—but necessary—nuisance, homeowners are always looking for ways to save money. According to Energy Star, ...

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    • Go Green: Things That You Can Do

      You are no doubt aware of the implications of global warming for the planet, but did you know that several components of your home can contribute to the problem? That’s why it is important for you to ...

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    • Don't Neglect Your Heating System During the Summer: Here's Why

      Although we welcome the arrival of summer, that doesn’t mean we should ignore our heating unit until the fall and winter season. In fact, HVAC maintenance is critical for all seasons. You need to take ...

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    • What you Should Know About This Year’s Fall Checklist

      As fall moves into Ontario, CA, ‘tis the season for homeowners to get ready for the months ahead. A change in temperature means a change in conditions that will impact your home. Engaging in a little ...

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    • Why Does My Furnace Smell Like Something’s Burning?

      When the winter season arrives, your heating system becomes the most valuable appliance in your home to keep your warm and provide you with peace of mind. When you turn on your furnace for the first ...

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    • Prepare Your Heater for the Winter

      Now that the cold winter months are around the corner, millions of California residents will be using their heaters to maintain warmth, comfort, and peace of mind throughout the end of the year. ...

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    • Why is My Furnace Making Strange Noises?

      When you turn on your heater, you can expect to hear a little bit of noise which tells you its operating. In fact, you may enjoy the sound of your furnace turning on when your home is cold. Yet, if ...

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    • Time to Learn About Kitchen & Bathroom Remodels

      Owning a home isn’t just about buying a structure and moving into it. There are a lot of things you can do with a home once you own it, and one of the most fulfilling things is remodeling important ...

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    • Info About Water Leak Detection for Homeowners

      Sometimes, it is obvious when you have a leak . You can physically see moisture on pipes or pooling water around your plumbing fixtures. Sometimes though, you may suspect a leak, but be unsure of ...

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    • 6 Common Signs It’s Time to Get a New Toilet

      One of the most commonly used plumbing appliances in your home is your toilets. Unfortunately, they don’t last forever. Unless your toilet completely stops working, it can be difficult to determine ...

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    • How to Flush Your Toilet When There is No Running Water

      Our home’s plumbing system is something we often take for granted. The majority of the time our toilet performs an important function just by pushing the lever. However, when the water supply is ...

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    • Five Questions to Ask a Commercial Plumber

      Finding a commercial plumber who can handle your needs can be a daunting task. Loads of plumbers out there will claim they can handle a commercial job, but the truth is only a select few have the ...

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    • Lower Your Monthly Water Bill with these Tips and Tricks

      Water is a precious resource, and even in a country like the United States, conserving it should still be a top priority for people. Beyond that, however, water conservation is also important for ...

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