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Protecting the Health of Our Customers and Employees

Written by Hanna Plumbing & Heating / April 2, 2020

We know that plumbing and HVAC problems don’t wait and don’t follow CDC guidelines. Because of this, we are doing our best to serve our customers in a safe and conscientious manner. We want to assure you that we take our responsibility to protect our staff and customers from illness very seriously. We believe that by taking the precautions below we can help prevent illness from spreading, while still providing assistance for those who need our services.

Specific measures Hanna…

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Preparing Your Home for Spring

Written by Hanna Plumbing & Heating / February 26, 2020

Spring is the perfect time to schedule maintenance on your plumbing and HVAC, even if you’re not experiencing an emergency. Below is a short list of services we’ve found to be beneficial to maintaining a healthy and efficient home.

Test and Check for Leaks

Cold Iowa weather can cause pipes to freeze in the winter, meaning these pipes can leak or burst. Test your indoor and outdoor faucets for water pressure. If the water pressure seems low, check your pipes for leaks. Although a…

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The Complete Guide to Your HVAC System

Written by Hanna Plumbing & Heating / February 11, 2020

(adapted from Hermann Samano’s article on Porch.com)

Jump to Section:
What is HVAC?
How Do HVAC Systems Work?
Key Components of HVAC Systems
Types of HVAC Systems
The Benefits of Installing an HVAC System
Installation and/or Replacement Costs
HVAC Efficiency
HVAC Providers and Contractors

Whether you’re a contractor, homeowner, or real estate investor, the HVAC system in your property needs to be maintained in order to keep it in good working order. From the hot summer… Read more

How Do You Know If Your Pipes Are Frozen?

Written by Hanna Plumbing & Heating / January 16, 2020

It might not always be obvious, but there are some telltale signs that your plumbing system is frozen. Depending on the location of the frozen pipes and how frozen they are, you may need to call a professional to help.

Slow or Sporadic Water Supply: If nothing comes out when you turn on a faucet, then the waterline may be frozen. If the flow is slow or coming out in spurts, you more than likely have ice buildup somewhere in the waterline.

Visible Frost on Pipes: If…

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Common Winter Plumbing Problems

Written by Hanna Plumbing & Heating / December 27, 2019

As you enjoy the new year with family and friends, the last thing you want to worry about is an issue with your plumbing. Iowa winters can be tough on your plumbing system. While you can’t prevent every issue, there are a few warning signs you can look for to help you catch the problem before it turns into a disaster.

Frozen or Cracked Pipes

There are a lot of factors that can lead to frozen pipes, including uninsulated or exposed pipes coming into…

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Hanna and Marion Cares

Written by Hanna Plumbing & Heating / December 10, 2019

Our team participated in the Marion Cares’ holiday gift drive; they purchased winter items for kids in the community.  We don’t just work in the community, we live here, and our children go to school with kids who may not have warm winter clothing. As a family-owned business, it was an easy decision for us to support those families in need in our community. We encourage you and your family to support Marion Cares or other local organizations this holiday season.

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Working Furnace, Chilly Home? Here’s What Humidity Has to Do with It.

Written by Hanna Plumbing & Heating / November 20, 2019

Iowa got an early dose of winter this year, forcing most of us to crank up the heat earlier than usual. And while we’re all glad to be in a warm house with a working furnace, we often forget that heat isn’t the only factor that matters when it comes to keeping your house cozy this winter—humidity also plays a big role.

The process of heating your home ends up removing moisture from the air. This is one reason why home humidifier systems…

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Don’t Get Caught in the Cold: Tips To Be Sure Your Furnace is Ready for Winter

Written by Hanna Plumbing & Heating / October 15, 2019

Your furnace kept you warm last winter but it is a complex instrument that should be inspected yearly for safety and efficiency.

Every year when nighttime temperatures start to drop below freezing we receive contacts from individuals who do not have heat; their furnace quits or it won’t start.   In some situations, these individuals may pay more for emergency/after-hour service or the repair may cost more than it would have if the issue would’ve been caught early.

 

Check Your Furnace Before You Need It

One of…

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DIY Kitchen Installs: Part 2–Garbage Disposals

Written by Hanna Plumbing & Heating / September 10, 2019

 

Is it time to update your kitchen?  You may be tempted to DIY but the installation of the faucet, garbage disposal, water and drain lines can involve extensive plumbing work.  Tackling them on your one, without the help of a professional, could result in injuries, additional expense and damage to your home.

If you plan to install a new a garbage disposal, you’ll want to keep a few things in mind before you start:


            Read Part One of this series on…

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Common DIY Kitchen Install Problems: Part 1–Faucets and Pipes

Written by Hanna Plumbing & Heating / August 29, 2019

Is it time to update your kitchen?  You may be tempted to DIY but the installation of the faucet, garbage disposal, water and drain lines can involve extensive plumbing work.  Tackling them on your one, without the help of a professional, could result in injuries, additional expense and damage to your home.

If you plan to update, you’ll want to keep a few things in mind before you start:

Avoid Leaks

A leak can happen at any time.  A large leak, especially one that goes unnoticed,…

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