Many people assume that air pollution is more prominent outdoors than indoors. After all, emissions from power plants, motor vehicles and outdoor machines are bound to be of a larger scale outside your premises rather than indoors.
Unfortunately, those outdoor elements aren’t the worst we face. The air that we breathe indoors could actually be of poorer quality than that outside. Pollutants from electrical appliances, heating and cooling systems, household cleaning products, pet dander and cigarettes all affect indoor air quality, which could have a significant influence on your health and general well-being.
We all fear home flooding. Whether you have experienced damage to your home or have helped a friend with flooding in their basement, the process of cleaning and repairing even one room can
take months. Luckily, Ranck Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning knows how to prevent a home or business flooding disaster.
That’s right. Your home or business may be giving you some warning signs of a potential pipe break, but Ranck is here to help.
Air conditioning can be an absolute life-saver during the summer. Whether you prefer things warmer or cooler, you likely benefit from having control of your home’s temperature settings. But during the summer months when outside temperatures climb to 80, 90 or even 100 degrees in some places, maintaining temperature settings for AC can get expensive.
Imagine this: you come inside after a stifling day in the summer sun and turn on your tap to fill up a glass of water. You look down and notice the water looks white and cloudy rather than clear as you expected. After a moment of surprise, you wonder what’s causing the cloudy water and if it’s still safe to drink. The good news? You’re not alone!
Millions of people in the U.S. have cloudy sink water in their homes. On the bright side, it’s most likely perfectly safe. Drinking cloudy water usually results in no health risks. That said, it’s important to understand what might be causing the cloudy water and what it could mean for the state of your plumbing.
Flooding is rarely a welcome occurrence for a neighborhood, but it happens often. While you can’t control the weather, you can take preventative measures and respond to the after-effects of flooding.