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Drain Cleaning And Video Camera Inspection in Bridgeton, NJ

Whether you own a home or a business in Bridgeton, NJ, at some point in time, you're likely to find yourself faced with a clogged drain. In kitchens, greases and soaps can build up on the walls of your pipes and cause blockages. In bathrooms, showers, tubs, and sinks can become clogged with hair and soap, while toilets can become clogged with paper and debris. No matter the cause of your clogged drain, one thing's for sure: You need the help of a reliable plumber to come to the rescue. Fortunately, we offer drain cleaning services designed to tackle the toughest of clogs.

When You Need Professional Help

Don't be fooled into thinking that drain cleaning is something you can handle yourself. While there are products on the market that offer a do-it-yourself remedy, these often only provide a temporary fix and can cause bigger problems down the road. Our technicians have the proper tools to rid your drains of clogs without damaging your pipes or your property in the process.

Proudly serving commercial and residential clients in Bridgeton, NJ, we have the technology to perform video plumbing inspections that offer answers without wreaking havoc on area properties.

There's no need to struggle with clogged drains when EOG Plumbing Heating and Air LLC is on hand to offer professional assistance. Call today to schedule a drain cleaning appointment.

At Your Service

When you get your pipes inspected by EOG Plumbing Heating and Air LLC, you can rest assured that we'll do a thorough, comprehensive job. Our goal is to give you a detailed report as to how your infrastructure is faring so that you can make an informed decision when addressing your options for plumbing repairs.

With our video plumbing inspection services, you'll get the opportunity to see what's going on beneath the surface of your property. And in some cases, you may even be able to avoid expensive repairs by catching plumbing issues early on. So what are you waiting for? Call us today for more information or to schedule an appointment.

HVAC 101

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As a rule of thumb, replace your existing home comfort system when repairs cost 30% of a new purchase or when utility bills have increased 50% as a result of older, less efficient systems using more, higher-priced electricity.

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Air conditioning and heating equipment consume about 44% of a home's energy bill. Today's ENERGY STAR ® qualified systems are as much as 60% more efficient than 10-year-old equipment.

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In new homes or remodels, a central home comfort system is the best solution for overall comfort and superior indoor air quality and humidity control.

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Look for a programmable thermostat for accurate, reliable, energy-saving performance. For added savings and convenience, our Residential Communicating Control with Wi-Fi support works with mobile devices to easily program your system wherever you are.

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Seek out a contractor who is associated with a recognized brand. If they are backed by the product and training resources of a major manufacturer, you will feel confident that you're getting the home comfort system that best meets your needs.

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Get solid advice from an expert. The right contractor can perform a load calculation or an energy analysis to determine your operating costs. After getting to know your needs, he can customize a system just for you.

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Every system is different. After a thorough inspection of your electrical system, ductwork and other components, your contractor will provide a rundown of what you need to replace and what you can keep.

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That depends on the house and the system. While air conditioners and gas furnaces require different components, the common denominator is ductwork, which must be properly sized and zoned for proper system performance. Your contractor can evaluate your existing setup and tell you how simple your installation will be.

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An air handler circulates conditioned air throughout your home. You can combine it with accessories to filter, humidify or dehumidify the air stream as needed.

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Indoor air can be from five to 100 times more polluted than outdoor air. Adding humidifiers, dehumidifiers, ventilation systems, UV lights and air filter technologies can dramatically improve your indoor air quality.

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