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What to Do When Your Gas Bill Is Too High

Posted by Bill Fenwick on Fri, Jan 18, 2019 @ 03:21 PM

bigstock--147743390Jacksonville is known for many things – beautiful beaches, great weather, vibrant culture, and entertaining sports to name a few. Yet another widely enjoyed benefit of many Jacksonvillians – lower-than-average gas bills.

However, if you are noticing a spike in the amount of your gas bill, then it may be time to examine some of the few common culprits of this increase.

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Tags: investment, Gas Piping, Water Heater Replacement

Why You Should Consider a Tankless Water Heater

Posted by Bill Fenwick on Tue, Jul 26, 2016 @ 09:00 AM

Tankless water heaters mean no more cold showers!Your dishwasher, your washing machine, and your shower: you use these amenities just about every day, and they all have at least one thing in common – they use hot water. If you own a tank water heater, did you know that it uses energy not simply to heat the water as you are using it, but also when you are not using it? This results in wasted energy and wasted money as well.

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Tags: Tankless Water Heater, water bill, investment, water heater, plumbing, Water

When old Building Codes aren’t up-to-date

Posted by Bill Fenwick on Wed, Oct 30, 2013 @ 10:00 AM

plumbing codesIf you own an older home in Jacksonville, and are planning to renovate or perhaps, sell your home, you may find that its current plumbing system is not up-to-date with current building codes. This can be a sticky situation as you find yourself having to bring up home up to code in order to satisfy local building and plumbing inspectors or home inspectors hired by prospective buyers.

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Tags: investment, Jacksonville plumbing, Bill Fenwick Plumbing

Installing a Faucet Aerator Could Save You Money

Posted by Bill Fenwick on Mon, Jan 28, 2013 @ 01:31 PM

Learn what a faucet aerator is and how it can benefit your home! One small investment has the potential to save you hundreds of dollars!

Did you know, that according to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in 2012, the average household in the United States is going to spend roughly $500.00 on water and sewer bills each year? If you could cut that amount by $170.00 each year, would you be interested? Of course, you woplumbing tips to help save, plumbersuld! Now is the time to call your plumber and discuss the possibility of installing a faucet aerator in your home!

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Tags: investment, water fixtures, Plumber(s), faucet, plumbing, Jacksonville plumbing

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