Chris Donnelly

Chris Donnelly is the General Manager at Donnelly's Plumbing Heating & Cooling.

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How Does Water Get Inside Home Air Ducts?

by Chris Donnelly |

Cooling

One common problem that pops up in homes with central air conditioning is water seemingly finding its way into your home air ducts. The truth is, water in your home air ducts isn't always a big deal and sometimes the fix is quick and easy.

You'll still want to make sure you take a closer look, however, to prevent potential mold growth from causing harmful and expensive-to-repair problems further down the line.

How does water get inside home air ducts? Let's take a look.

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8 Energy Saving Tips for Spring

by Chris Donnelly |

Cooling, Tips

As the temperatures rise, you don't want your home's energy costs to go up as well. With the start of a new season comes new opportunities for you as a homeowner to save energy and money.

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Does Your Home Need a Sump Pump?

by Chris Donnelly |

Plumbing, Tips

Does a sump pump seem like an unnecessary extra cost? We understand that many homeowners just don't think it's essential to have one on-hand, but we think it's time to reconsider.

Too many homes end up with serious water damage as a result of flooding or water finding its way, and often the whole mess could be avoided simply by having a sump pump available. to you. 

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How Clean Is The Air In Your Home?

by Chris Donnelly |

Home Safety, Tips, Indoor Air Quality

Chances are when you think of air quality, you think only of the air outside. The smell of car flumes, factory pollution, and pollen coverage are all big factors that play into the quality of the air outside. But what about the air that you breathe indoors?

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Types of Plumbing Drain Repair Issues

by Chris Donnelly |

Repairs, Plumbing

Plumbing drain repair issues are usually pretty easy to detect, as they result in water getting backed up in your drains when you run the faucet or shower, or slow your toilet flushing mechanism down.

Often, this is nothing more than a minor inconvenience, but it can be a sign of more extensive plumbing issues and thus needs to be taken seriously.

A professional inspection of the problem drain and surrounding piping is usually enough to accurately pinpoint the issue.

Here are some of the most common types of plumbing drain repair issues typically encountered.

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Plumbing Hacks: How to Prevent Clogged Drains Before they Happen

by Chris Donnelly |

Plumbing, Tips

We've covered items that should not go down your drain, but what other steps can you take to prevent drain clogs before they happen?

Having a list of not-so-drain-friendly items will certainly help you keep things running smoothly, but it's not the only way to prevent clogs.

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Why You Should Get Your Furnace Checked Before Winter Arrives

by Chris Donnelly |

Heating, Furnace

It's important to make sure that your home's heating system can handle the coldest nights of the winter long before those nights actually arrive. Taking preventative measures not only gives you peace of mind, it also keeps your furnace running at it's peak efficiency while keeping your home and family safe. 

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4 Signs You Need To Call A Plumber

by Chris Donnelly |

Tips, Drains

Plumbing problems are usually unexpected and while some issues are easier to handle, others may need the expertise of a plumbing professional.

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What To Do If A Pipe Bursts

by Chris Donnelly |

Plumbing, Drains

The colder weather is on its way. If you forget to prepare your pipes before a big freeze or you try to DIY a plumbing project, you could end up sitting in the middle of a plumbing disaster.  

When unexpected emergencies happen it's important to know what to do next, so you can minimize damage and have your pipes repaired quickly. 

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Why You Should Consider A Career In A Skilled Trade?

by Chris Donnelly |

Insider

Are you in need of a career upgrade? Better pay, better benefits, better hours, better co-workers, and a better life for you and your family? 

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