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106, 2022

Why Hire a Professional to Install Your New Kitchen Appliances?

June 1st, 2022|

Dear Burton, We just bought a new dishwasher and I was planning on installing it myself. But I got to reading, and it says the warranty could be voided if I self-install instead of hiring a local plumber. Why can’t I just hook it up myself?       -  Handy at Home Dear Handy, [...]

2505, 2022

Does the Federal Pacific Electric Panel Recall Impact Your Home?

May 25th, 2022|

From 1950 to 1990, builders installed millions of Federal Pacific Electric (FPE) circuit breaker panels in homes across the country. FPE panels were one of the most common circuit breaker panels on the market during that time. The company has been out of business for decades, but the old panels are still found in countless [...]

905, 2022

Before You Book, Here’s How to Vet an HVAC Service

May 9th, 2022|

If you’re looking to hire an HVAC service in Omaha, how do you find the best one? Flip open the phonebook (if you’ve still got one of those), scroll through Yelp, or search “HVAC service near me” and you’ll find a hundred different HVAC companies in under five seconds! The options can be truly overwhelming. [...]

505, 2022

What to Do if Your A/C is Running 24/7

May 5th, 2022|

Dear Burton, Lately, my A/C has been running constantly. The air temperature is comfortable, but the unit just doesn’t shut off. Should I call for an A/C repair, or is this normal for Omaha summer days? Cool but Concerned If your A/C runs 24/7 during the summer, that’s likely a sign that something needs to [...]

2704, 2022

Homeowner Hacks: Got a Tripped Circuit Breaker? How to Fix It!

April 27th, 2022|

A tripped circuit breaker is one of the most common electrical issues homeowners face. But the good news is, it’s often one of the easiest problems to fix. For today’s Burton Homeowner Hack, we’ll teach you how to reset a tripped breaker— and when you should call in the experts for backup. What is a [...]

2504, 2022

5 Signs You Need an A/C Repair – Before the Heat Wave Hits!

April 25th, 2022|

Nothing interrupts your carefree, sunny fun like a broken A/C during the dog days of summer. It’s time to dust off that A/C unit, flip to the cool side of the thermostat, and do a quick at-home inspection of your system— before the real heat wave hits! Here are five easily-recognizable signs that it’s time [...]

2204, 2022

Are Water-Saving Devices Really Worth the Hype?

April 22nd, 2022|

The short answer is…. YES! The best water-saving devices are efficient, easily installed by your home handyperson or local plumber, and have little to no impact on your comfort. Trust us, green plumbing has come a long way from the trickling shower you probably think of when you consider water conservation. From high-efficiency toilets to [...]

1804, 2022

How To Plan for Plumbing in Your Home Remodel Project

April 18th, 2022|

Dear Burton, We’re getting ready to start a major home renovation project, updating our kitchen, bathrooms, and a couple other spaces. Is there anything we should know about our plumbing before we start the remodel? The Demolition Dad Dear Demolition, Before you start swinging that sledgehammer (as satisfying as a good tear down may be) [...]

504, 2022

Homeowner Hacks: Handy Tips for DIY Drain Opening

April 5th, 2022|

Omaha homeowners: Is your bathtub just not draining like it used to? Before you call a drain cleaning service or reach for the harsh clog-busting chemicals (that often cause more harm than good) try this quick homeowner hack! As much as we love sending our expert plumbers to open drains all across Omaha, with just [...]

2803, 2022

Follow These Quick Tips to Save Big On Your A/C Bill This Summer

March 28th, 2022|

With summer just around the corner, now’s the perfect time to prepare your home for the heat to come. We’ve rounded up eight quick tips you can put into practice this spring to save big on your A/C bill when the summer heat really kicks in: Keep your cool air in and the hot air [...]

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