Leaky Pipes will Kill Our Water Supply; It Already Is

APHCPlumbing

Not only is ‘drought’ a common word in the Southwest region of the United States, but so many people are closer to a water shortage than anyone could ever imagine.  A recent article on CNN states that El Paso will now be drinking sewage water that is actually treated. The Flint, Michigan water crisis is just around the corner here … Read More

Will Homeowners Insurance Cover an Electrical Panel Fire?

Steve BurbridgeElectric, General

One of the most frequent places residential fires start is in electrical panels. Homeowners insurance may cover damage caused by fires that start in electrical panels. Coverage eligibility is contingent on the type of your electrical panel, its age, the residential codes in your area, and annual electrical inspections.   Does My Homeowners Insurance Cover Electrical Panel Fires? If there is … Read More

Top Plumbing Technology Trends for 2021

Steve BurbridgeGeneral, Plumbing, Technology

Voice activation, motion sensing and WiFi connectivity are some of the hottest technology to be found in plumbing this year.  Some of the slickest plumbing technology utilizes low-tech design ingenuity invented by a local Kansas City company.  Your family should consider installing these trendy new plumbing technologies in your home this year. Outdoor Hot & Cold Water Hydrants Hot water … Read More

A.S.A.P. Annual Maintenance Program Saves You Money

Steve BurbridgeGeneral, Heating & Cooling, Plumbing

Free Air Conditioner Estimate

Bad things come in threes. Have you ever heard that phrase? Can you imagine if this happened to three of your everyday appliances?  What if your hot water heater, air conditioner or furnace stop working right when the weather was terrible?  Not only can it be frustrating, but it could be very costly. Annual Service Saves Money, Maintains Warranties and … Read More

Do You Need a Battery Back-Up Sump Pump?

Steve BurbridgeGeneral, Plumbing

Your regular sump pump is your first line of defense against indoor flooding, but only if it is working. To be protected against the devastating financial losses associated with indoor flooding, you need to do the following: Test your sump pump now, before the torrential rains and power outages do it for you, AND Invest in a Battery Back-Up Sump … Read More

Anthony PHC earns Angie’s List Super Service Award 13th Year in a Row

Steve BurbridgeGeneral, HVAC, Plumbing, Uncategorized

Anthony Plumbing, Heating & Cooling is proud to announce that we have earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award (SSA) for 2019.  This is the 13th year in a row Anthony PHC has earned this award, which honors service professionals who have maintained exceptional service ratings and reviews on Angie’s List. “Service pros that receive our … Read More

New Pipe Bursting Technology Avoids Sewer Digs

Steve BurbridgeGeneral, Plumbing

You hear those dreaded words – “replace your sewer line.”  And then the next words, “dig up your yard,” make your heart sink.  You implore your plumber… are you sure I have to tear up my yard to replace my sewer line?  Are there alternatives to digging up my yard?  The answer we can now give our homeowners is “yes!”  … Read More

Pumpkin in the Drain can Make your Halloween a Nightmare

Steve BurbridgeGeneral, Plumbing

Ah the ooey gooey feeling of sticky pumpkin innards that cling to your hands when pumpkin carving.  Think cleaning up after that is a nightmare?  What’s worse is what could happen if you wash the pulp and seeds down your drain. Oh but you are putting them in the garbage disposal you say?  Bad idea!  Despite popular belief, garbage disposals … Read More

What is a Plumbing Tune Up?

Steve BurbridgeGeneral, Plumbing

We all take our plumbing for granted when it works, but when it doesn’t work it can be inconvenient, frustrating and costly.  Did you know that you can keep your home’s plumbing in great shape and avoid costly problems with a plumbing tune up?  What is a plumbing tune up, you ask? There are many steps that can be included … Read More

Fall Prep Tips to Save You Time & Money

Steve BurbridgeGeneral, HVAC

Zoning air flow

Weather can change quickly, so it’s best to be prepared for season changes before they arrive.  Fall marks the dawn of the heating season, and your home requires special attention to maintain a safe and healthy indoor environment when you turn on your furnace.  Your plumbing needs special preparation for cold weather, too.  By preparing for fall early, it can … Read More