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Choose the Right Toilet for Your Bathroom | R. A. Styron | Chesapeake VA

By R.A. Styron | Apr 6, 2018 |

There are few, if any, other home elements that get more use than your toilet. We recently went over how to determine if it needs replaced. Here we will list your options to help you choose the right style for your home. Your toilet should be comfortable, functional, and fit with the design of the…

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4 Common Things You Should Avoid Doing to Your A/C | R. A. Styron | A/C Specialists

By R.A. Styron | Apr 5, 2018 |

Summers in the Hampton Roads area can get pretty hot and humid quickly! During those few brutal months the last thing that you want to happen is for that magical metal box that cools you off to break down, leaving you hot and sweaty. No one wants to suffer in the middle of the summer…

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Toilet Replacement: When is The Right Time? | R. A. Styron

By R.A. Styron | Mar 29, 2018 |

Toilets are probably one of the single most used plumbing fixture in your home so when you have a problem with it, it certainly does not go unnoticed. Many times when problems occur it’s easily fixed and life goes on. But how do you know when it’s time to start thinking about replacing it? Luckily,…

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Spring Checklist for your HVAC | R. A. Styron Heating & Air | Chesapeake VA

By R.A. Styron | Mar 26, 2018 |

As you are cleaning out closets and dusting your windowsills this spring, don’t neglect your HVAC system. Your furnace was running all winter keeping you warm and soon your air conditioner will take over keeping you cool over the hot summer months. These in between months is the perfect opportunity to make sure everything is…

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Copper Piping: What you need to know | R. A. Styron | Chesapeake VA

By R.A. Styron | Mar 19, 2018 |

Since the 1960s, copper has been the piping material of choice in the United States, for both homes and commercial businesses. There’s a good chance that your home’s plumbing is made of copper, which gives your home some distinct advantages. However, copper piping does have its share of issues. In this post we’ll look at…

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Fruit Flies & Drain Flies… and How To Avoid Them | R. A. Styron | Chesapeake VA

By R.A. Styron | Mar 8, 2018 |

It’s safe to say that the majority of homeowners have experienced those tiny, annoying bugs most commonly known as “fruit flies” or “drain flies” at least once in their lifetime. Once you have them in your home, they begin to breed and multiply, and it seems as if they never fully go away. DRAIN FLIES…

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4 Reasons Why You Could Have Low Water Pressure | R. A. Styron | Plumbing

By R.A. Styron | Feb 27, 2018 |

Having low water pressure in your shower, faucets, or even your garden hose can be frustrating! We know many of our customers, whether they have well water or city water, have experienced this before. But what’s causing it? We’ve gathered a list of reasons why you could be experiencing low water pressure in your home.…

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IS YOUR A/C PROPERLY SIZED FOR YOUR HOME? | R. A. STYRON | AC SPECIALISTS

By R.A. Styron | Feb 23, 2018 |

If you are looking for a new air conditioner, it can be intimidating to review all the different options out there. One of the first things, and perhaps the most important, is to identify what size air conditioner you should have installed to meet your home’s cooling needs. Installing a system that is too large…

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Spring, The Perfect Time to Think About Your A/C | R. A. Styron | AC Specialists

By R.A. Styron | Feb 21, 2018 |

During each season, you put different demands on your HVAC system. Summer calls for plenty of air conditioning, so your heating system spends these months lying in wait. When fall and winter roll around, it becomes time to break out the heating system again and shelve the AC. This cycle repeats as each new season…

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Three Signs Of a Broken Sewer Line | R. A. Styron | Virginia Beach, VA

By R.A. Styron | Feb 19, 2018 |

Your home’s main sewer line is buried beneath the yard or a driveway, making it more difficult to identify a possible broken sewer line. Here are a few indicators that your sewer line could be broken: 1. EASILY CLOGGED DRAINS Every now and then, your toilet, kitchen sink or shower can experience a drain that…

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