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It’s bad enough when it’s cold outside, but having a cold home can make winter even harder to handle. Before you worry about replacing your entire heating system, check these common things that can cause your furnace to stop working. Unless your system is older...

Some people don’t like change but it’s inevitable, even in your own home. At some point, you’ll need to retire your old heating system and invest in a new furnace, which really is a change for the better. To help you decide if this is...

There’s something lurking in your home this time of year—a frightful number of airborne pollutants and allergens. And they’re not going anywhere, now that windows are shut tight for the season. You need to stay warm, but if the idea of breathing in dirty, unhealthy...

That chill-in-the air feeling is back for fall, with higher heating bills sure to follow. The experts at Cliff Bergin & Associates know it can be hard to balance costs and comfort, so we’re sharing our top 10 fall comfort tips to help you stay...

Tough drain clogs are more than an inconvenience—they can prelude bigger problems that require professional attention. That’s why the plumbing experts at Cliff Bergin & Associates are happy to weigh in with insights and tips to help keep all the drains in your home flowing...

Every time you turn on the shower or fill a glass from your faucet, your well pump is the reason you have a steady supply of safe, clean water. Most pumps, whether submersible or a motorized jet pump, use suction to draw water from the...

Many homeowners are not aware that the R22 refrigerant (Freon) used in older air conditioners is on its way out—the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) banned production of this ozone-depleting coolant in 2010 and by 2020, it will not be available anywhere, at any price. When It...

Few natural resources are more precious to us than water—we need it to stay healthy, clean, and comfortable. While most homes have a ready supply, water is not always equal in terms of safety, purity, and taste. That’s why regular water testing is so important—especially...