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

By R.A. Styron | Feb 27, 2018 | 0 Comments

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 | 0 Comments

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 | 0 Comments

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 | 0 Comments

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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Why is My Shower Head Leaking? | R. A. Styron | Plumbing Specialist

By R.A. Styron | Feb 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

Next to stopped up drain lines, a leaking shower head is one of the most common plumbing problems homeowners have. Not only can the constant drip-drip-drip of a shower head become increasingly annoying to hear, but it will cost you money each month when you receive your monthly utility bill. There are multiple reason why…

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Why Annual Maintenance is so Important | R. A. Styron | Virginia Beach VA

By R.A. Styron | Feb 12, 2018 | 0 Comments

Have you scheduled your annual HVAC system maintenance yet? You might shrug off this task, but it’s more important than you think. Spring is right around the corner and the summer heat will be here before you know it. Why Is Maintenance So Important? The purpose of preventative maintenance is to keep your HVAC system…

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Four Things to Consider When Purchasing a New HVAC System | R. A. Styron

By R.A. Styron | Feb 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

Whether you’re a new homeowner buying your first HVAC system or a seasoned homeowner, there are many important things to know before installing a new HVAC system. When choosing a new furnace, heat pump, or package system, it’s important to hire a professional with years of experience and good reviews. But, finding a quality heating…

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Common HVAC Terms You May Want to Know (Part 2) | R.A. Styron – Chesapeake VA

By R.A. Styron | Feb 6, 2018 | 0 Comments

The HVAC industry can be a maze of unfamiliar acronyms and industry terms. This dictionary style blog will help you navigate the most common terms you’ll come across during your buying decision. Rather you already have estimates and need help deciphering or you’re prepping for estimates these terms will go a long way when discussing specifics…

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Advantages of Replacing Your Furnace and A/C Together | R. A. Styron | Chesapeake Va

By R.A. Styron | Feb 1, 2018 | 0 Comments

Year-round comfort of your home greatly depends on the heating and cooling systems in your home. Often times, we are asked why should I replace the heating system when the cooling system dies and vice versa? Some homeowners are tempted to replace only the system that is giving them the most trouble. It’s easy to…

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How to Get Healthier Air from Your Heater | R. A. Styron | Heating Specialists

By R.A. Styron | Jan 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

Every forced-air heating system, like a furnace, has a filter (or it should). When you run your heater, it first sucks in air from around the home and then heats it before blowing air back out to the rooms. Any dust or debris in the air could get sucked in and forced out with it,…

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