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Emergency Response Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning Sponsors an All Girls Local Rhode Island FLL Jr. After School Team for the 2016 - 2017 year - Bee S.M.A.R.T Jr.

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May 1, 2017 12:03:12 AM

Emergency Response Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning Sponsors an All Girls Local Rhode Island FLL Jr. After School Team for the 2016 - 2017 year - Bee S.M.A.R.T Jr. (St. Mary Academy - Bay View Robotics Team Jr.)

First Lego League Jr. (FLL Jr.) is an excellent program for children ages 5 - 10 years old. It teaches young children to work with their hands, do science research, be creators, practice teamwork skills, respect each other, teaches engineering principles and begin to learn computer programming (coding).

This year's FLL Jr. challenge is called Creature Craze!


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What You Should Know About Indirect Water Heaters!

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Jan 31, 2014 5:30:00 AM

What You Should Know About Indirect Water Heaters!

Indirect Water Heaters

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Many people are familiar with indirect water heaters because they have been around since 1970, but even up to this time, they don’t know how these indirect water heaters work. As the name implies, they get “indirect” heating from your boiler. These water heaters are connected to your boiler through piping, and provide hot water from the boiler to a heat exchanger in the water heater. The coils of the heat exchanger heat the water for your domestic use. If you have any kind of boiler to heat your home, whether oil-fired or gas-fired, you can install indirect water heaters.

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Topics: ask the plumber, indirect hot water systems, Indirect Water Heaters, indirect water heater, indirect water heaters ri, indirect water heater benefits, indirect water heaters rhode island

How to Choose a Stainless Steel Hot Water Cylinder!

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Jan 30, 2014 5:30:00 AM

How to Choose a Stainless Steel Hot Water Cylinder!

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When choosing the best stainless steel hot water cylinder, make sure that you pick one that is the latest model with a high specification grade. This model will resist all forms of corrosion, and its high mechanical strength will give you fantastic durability. The advanced technology used in welding procedures together with full post weld treatments will provide you with welds that are strong like the parent metal.

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Topics: ask the plumber, water heaters ri, Hot Water Cylinders, rhode island hot water cylinders, hot water cylinders ri, ri hot water cylinders, Hot Water Cylinder

The Benefits of Installing Radiant Floor Heating

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Jan 28, 2014 5:30:00 AM

The Benefits of Installing Radiant Floor Heating

Radiant Floor Heating in Rhode Island

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Homeowners who want to change their current heating system into a more efficient one find it better to install radiant floor heating. They usually approach licensed professionals who are trained and skilled in this field to work for them. You can also ask the help of an interior designer to perform this job because he/she knows what type of floor covering can be used to enhance the efficiency of the rising heat.

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Topics: ask the plumber, floor heating installation, floor heating system, floor heating, floor heating rhode island, floor heating ri, radiant floor heating

How to Prevent Mold Growth!

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Jan 27, 2014 5:30:00 AM

How to Prevent Mold Growth!

Mold Growth | Ask the Plumber

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Mold growth can be a big problem because it easily grows anywhere in your home such as on food, carpets, paper, clothing, and even in isolated places. You can spot them at the back of a drywall, inside walls near leaking pipes, and above the ceiling. The problem is that they spread easily, and it’s difficult to eliminate them completely. Aside from that, it’s costly to fix them. They can produce allergens and irritants that can affect your health adversely.

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Hydronic Heating Systems With Peerless Boilers are the Best Choice!

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Jan 3, 2014 6:17:00 AM

Hydronic Heating Systems With Peerless Boilers are the Best Choice!

Hydronic Heating Systems | Ask the Plumber

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If you have too much money, there’s no need to install hydronic heating systems in your home. But in today’s economy, a lot of people are looking for ways to get the right value for their money. They have searched the Internet and asked their friends about this heating method, and they found out that it’s both practical and efficient. Where can you find a versatile heating unit that allows you to heat your home using conventional radiators or baseboards? Aside from that, you can also incorporate other heating options into your system. These include a Peerless indirect-fired water heater that can supply your water heating needs at home.

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Topics: hydronic heating systems, ask the plumber, Rhode Island heating systems, RI heating systems, hydronic heating systems ri, hydronic heating system ri, peerless boiler, hydronic heating systems rhode island, hydronic heating system, peerless boilers

How Do Forced Hot Air Systems Work?

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Jan 2, 2014 6:08:00 AM

How Do Forced Hot Air Systems Work?

Forced Hot Air Systems RI | Ask the Plumber

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A forced hot air system is an adjustable system that warms a home to a desired temperature. You can also increase or decrease the amount of air that is flowing into certain portions of your home if you need certain spaces heated more than others. Central air conditioners work the same way as a forced hot air system to cool off a home.

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Topics: ask the plumber, forced hot air systems, forced hot air system, forced hot air systems ri, forced hot air systems rhode island, forced hot air system rhode island, hot air systems, forced hot air system ri, hot air system

How to Choose a Heat Exchanger?

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Dec 31, 2013 6:00:00 AM

How to Choose a Heat Exchanger?

Heat Exchanger | Ask the Plumber

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Choosing the right type of heat exchanger can save you energy and money in the long run. Getting the wrong unit can lead to below par plant performance, equipment failure and high cost of operation. These exchangers are typically used in transferring energy from one fluid to another. Here are some criteria that you can use to select the best exchanger.

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Topics: ask the plumber, Heat exchanger, heat transfer, heat exchanger ri, rhode island heat exchanger, heat exchanger rhode island, heat transfer equipment, heat exchangers, ri heat exchanger, type of heat exchangers

What to Look for During Cold Weather!

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Dec 30, 2013 6:51:00 AM

What to Look for During Cold Weather!

Cold Weather | Ask the Plumber


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Scenario: During cold weather, you want heat. Holy Ghost, your heating system is broken! Don’t worry, if it can’t be repaired, then there are some options out there. Keeping your home warm during cold months is crucial, and you should find the right heating system to make your family comfortable. Depending on the measurements of your home and your lifestyle, you can find more than one heating solution for your dwelling place. But before doing anything, ask the help of a professional since this matter is a bit technical.

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Topics: ask the plumber, cold weather, cold weather ri, cold weather rhode island, plumbing in cold climates, cold climate, cold weather pipes, cold weather plumbing tips, cold weather plumbing, cold climate plumbing

The Benefits of Having a Humidifier on Your Furnace!

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Dec 27, 2013 6:44:00 AM

The Benefits of Having a Humidifier on Your Furnace!

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Humidifiers are selling below $400 each, and because it’s cold, a lot of people are buying them for their furnace. Humidifiers are typically designed for installation on the warm air supply ‘plenum’ system. However, if you have no available space in your mechanical room, you can install it on the return air drop. After installing the unit on the return air duct, you must supply the humidifier with hot water. This is due to insufficient air temperature in the cold air return duct needed for proper evaporation.

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Topics: ask the plumber, furnace, furnaces, ri furnaces, Rhode Island furnaces, furnaces in rhode island, humidifier on furnace, furnaces in ri, humidifier on furnaces, benefits of humidifiers

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The opinions and statements contained in these articles are for general informational purposes only. In our professional opinion only trained, licensed and experienced contractors should attempt installations and/or repairs. The author assumes no liability for the opinions/statements made in these articles. Any individual attempting a repair or installation based on these articles does so at their own risk of loss.