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Action’s Spring Home Maintenance Checklist

Do you remember playing catch-up all summer on your home maintenance chores last year? Get ready for the season early with a home maintenance checklist from your premier Salt Lake City plumbing, heating, and cooling company: Action Plumbing. Schedule your pre-season A/C tune-up Just because your indoor air is cool, that doesn’t mean your A/C […]

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Signs You Should Get a Water Heater Flush

Did you know that sediment accumulates in your water heater tank? The buildup causes lasting damage and reduces your unit’s efficiency. Especially with the hard water we have in Salt Lake City, your unit requires frequent flushing to stay in good condition. Unlike other appliances in your home, noticing signs of water heater failure may be […]

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Repair Vs. Replace: The 6 signs that tell you to install a new furnace

We understand that a new furnace isn’t on everyone’s favorite shopping list. However, upgrading your current unit will make your home more energy efficient and ensure reliable heating all season long, even during Salt Lake City’s coldest winters. That being said, it’s nice to know you made the right call at the right time. Here […]

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How to Prevent Your Plumbing System from Freezing

When temperatures drop, your pipes are at risk of freezing or bursting. Action Plumbing, Heating & Air — your premier HVAC company in Salt Lake City — is happy to help with your emergencies, but we would rather help you prevent them. Here are a few things you can do to protect your plumbing system: […]

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Preventing a Plumbing Emergency

There will naturally be times where you’ll require emergency plumbing services, and Action Plumbing is here to help. We know there are certain plumbing repair problems that may arise and that are out of hand. What you may not know, is how many plumbing issues are avoidable. The most common problems are usually those who […]

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How to Protect Your Family from Air Pollution with Air Purification

Long-term exposure to the inversion in Salt Lake City can lead to asthma, poor concentration, and even cancer. The bad news is that contact with air pollution doesn’t stop when you close the door to your house. Instead, the contaminants enter indoors and permeates the air. Inversion isn’t the single perpetrator of poor indoor air […]

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