Top 3 Most Common Kitchen Plumbing Problems

November 16, 2020 | Drain Cleaning

When you think of potential residential plumbing problems, you probably think about the bathroom first. Between the toilet, the shower, and the sink, the chances of an issue popping up is usually higher in the bathroom. However, that doesn’t mean that your kitchen should be neglected. To keep your kitchen running smoothly, watch out for these three common problems that our team at Quality Plumbing and Heating Inc. sees every day.

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Reverse Osmosis Water Systems

October 17, 2020 | Indiana

Every living thing depends on water to survive. Your body uses water to maintain its temperature, remove waste, and lubricate your joints. Most people set a goal of drinking six to eight glasses of water each day to stay healthy and hydrated, but it’s also important to remember that the quality of the water is just as important as the quantity. At Quality Plumbing and Heating Inc., we value of the health and safety of our customers – and that includes the safety of their drinking water. That is why today, we are discussing reverse osmosis water systems.

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Schedule Your Fall Furnace Tune-Up Today!

September 17, 2020 | Furnace

September in Indiana means just one thing – fall is just around the corner! Because September weather is usually fairly mild in Indiana, it is the perfect time to schedule your annual furnace tune-up with Quality Plumbing and Heating, Inc. Preventative maintenance of your furnace will ensure a warm and cozy home all winter long. When your HVAC system is running well, it is easy to take it for granted and assume that it will always work well. However, it’s important to take care of your furnace now, so you don’t get caught in the cold this winter.

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What Is a Ductless Mini Split?

August 11, 2020 | Air Conditioning

If you’re in the process of researching different heating and cooling options for your Indianapolis home, you may have run across the term “ductless mini split” but not totally understood it. Fear not, you’re not alone! Our team at Quality Heating and Plumbing Inc. has been around since 1968 and we enjoy educating our awesome clients on different heating and cooling options so they can choose what is best for their home. Read on to find out if a mini split might be right for you!

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What Is a Sewer Camera Inspection?

July 23, 2020 | Indiana

Most homeowners are well aware of the signs of a blocked sewer line: slow drain, constant clogging, and foul-smelling odors. What most homeowners are not well aware of, is what to do about it. Our team at Quality Plumbing and Heating Inc. has your answer: call us! We make sewer line repairs a breeze with our professional sewer camera inspections. The results of this visual inspection can assist in pinpointing specific issues within the sewer system itself. Read on to learn more!

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3 Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Water Heater

June 24, 2020 | Indiana

Just like all major household appliances, a water heater can last for several years with regular care and maintenance. If your water heater isn’t doing it’s job, it can often be repaired instead of replaced, especially if the repairs are done correctly and promptly. However, all good things must come to an end and, at some point, you will need to replace your water heater. Our team at Quality Plumbing and Heating Inc. in Kokomo, IN, has put together a list of signs that it’s time to replace your water heater, so you can be prepared when that day comes.

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Let QPH Help with Your Bathroom or Kitchen Remodel

May 27, 2020 | Home Improvement

In these days of DIY YouTube channels and home remodeling blogs, homeowners are able to tackle virtually any project with little to no professional help. And while it’s super satisfying to feel like you’ve built something completely on your own, when it comes to major plumbing projects, you’re going to need a professional hand. That’s why our team at Quality Plumbing and Heating Inc. (QPH) is here to help with your bathroom or kitchen remodel.

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Call QPH in an AC Emergency

April 22, 2020 | 24/7 Emergency Service

Unfortunately, no matter who you are or how prepared you are, AC emergencies happen to everyone. Most likely, it will happen at the worst possible time, on the hottest day of the year. Your AC will have a hard time combatting the heat and, as the day reaches its peak temperature, your system will fail. It won’t take long for you to realize that something is wrong because you will start to sweat – and you’ll wonder if a technician will be able to rescue you from a miserable night. Wonder no longer, our team at Quality Plumbing and Heating is here for you in an AC emergency.

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Prepare Your Air Conditioner for Spring

March 24, 2020 | Air Conditioning

Spring is in the air in Central Indiana and homeowners everywhere are preparing for warmer temperatures. However, unless you’re brand new to Indiana weather, you know that there are limited days of the year when a home can be kept at a comfortable temperature using only open windows and fans. Soon the temperatures will sore into the 90’s and your family will be begging for the sweet relief of the air conditioner. However, before you turn on your unit for the first time this spring, there are a few things that need to be done. Following the three steps listed below, recommended by your friends at Quality Plumbing and Heating Inc., will ensure that your home is kept cool as the temperatures rise.

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COVID-19 Announcement

March 23, 2020 | Announcements

Considering the constant changing status with COVID-19, we are continually implementing some more stringent guidelines in the effort to keep everyone as safe as possible. QPH will remain open during the emergency ordinance time period. The services that we offer are critically essential to customers health & property. We asked that starting March 20th, 2020, all visitors and employees refrain from coming into the office. Please schedule all work and communication through (765) 450-4008, our office main line. Please respect the 6 ft social distancing rule. This same rule will be used when on a service call, and employees will be hand washing before and after entering every business/home. As a reminder, if you are experiencing any symptoms or have knowingly been exposed to someone who has been diagnosed please let the office know if you are a customer, and do not come into work if you are an employee. … Continued

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