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F.H. Furr's Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical Insider Blog

Create The Home Of Your Dreams in 2019

Make 2019 the year that you finally get to live in the home of your dreams!

Once you are clear on what you want to accomplish within your home (or if you've got no idea at all), there is only one thing left to do, carry out! Whether you're looking to renovate your entire kitchen, or simply refinish your kitchen cabinets, the remodeling experts at F.H. Furr are here to help!

Topics: Home Investment home Northern Virginia Home Value Remodeling Kitchen Remodeling Bathroom Remodeling Home Renovation

How The Holidays Can Wreak Havoc on Your Plumbing System

It’s officially the most wonderful time of year, but the most wonderful time of year can quickly become the worst time of year when it comes to your home’s plumbing system, if you’re not careful!

With much of the season revolving around meal prepping and socializing at home, it is no surprise that most plumbing disasters strike during the holidays! If you are hosting guests, or a party this year, it is important to know what your plumbing system can handle, and more importantly, what it cannot.

Topics: Clogged Drain Plumbing Winterizing Holidays

Winter Is Coming: How to Prepare Your Furnace

Your home is all decked out for the holidays, presents are under the tree, and your house is warm and toasty, but it is all too often that we forget about what allows for us to enjoy a warm, cozy home. It’s your furnace!

A furnace works by blowing heated air through ducts that then deliver warm air to rooms throughout the house. Preparing your furnace for winter, and regularly getting it inspected for cracks or proper ventilation, is imperative to help extend the life of your costly furnace. Here are 4 ways to prepare your furnace to keep you warm all season long!

Five Simple (But Important) Steps to Prepare Your Home For Winter

This winter is expected to be a cold, snowy one, with two-to-three major snow storms in the forecast. Have you winterized your home yet?

According to WTOP News, the predicated snowfall totals of 25 to 35 inches for much of the D.C. area and surrounding areas. Winterizing your home for the cold months ahead, not only ensures a safe and warm winter, but also allows for you and your family to stay warm this winter without breaking the bank. Who doesn’t like saving money, especially with the holidays on the horizon!

Topics: snow furnace HVAC Maintenance Energy Saving Winterizing Heating Inspection