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4 Biggest Plumbing Myths

In a time where we have increased access to information, it’s easy to come across a lot of wrong material or complete myths. Whether you see it on the internet, or you hear it from your family, it’s always important to fact check and make sure it’s true.  Plumbing tips and information are no exception […]


Fix These Common Garbage Disposal Problems

The garbage disposal in your home is a convenient and trustworthy appliance. With just the flick of a switch, it helps pulverize any extra scraps of food and drains them away. However, any wrong and careless move and you can reduce the efficiency of your trusty kitchen appliance. The last thing you want is your […]


Prevent These Plumbing Problems During Thanksgiving

On the day of Thanksgiving all you want to think about is food, family and friends. The last thing you want on your mind is a plumbing problem, caused by something you could have easily prevented earlier on. To help you out, the pros at Freedom Air and Heat have prepared a quick guide on […]


How to Fix a Water Leak

One of the most common ways homeowners waste water is by letting water leaks go ignored. While these leaks might seem like small problems at first, they can quickly turn into bigger and expensive issues. However, you can easily fix some of the less complicated problems—and the pros at Freedom Air and Heat, Inc. are […]


Common Home Water Leaks

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, an average household’s water leaks can account for up 10,000 gallons of water wasted every year. A shortage in water can be damaging to our communities and environment, which is why it is important conserve water whenever we can. One way you can be an active citizen is by […]


How to Get Your Pipes Ready for The Winter

It doesn’t really get too cold in Cocoa, FL, so a lot of people don’t think of preparing their pipes for the winter. However, at Freedom Air and Heat, Inc. we think there is no harm and taking some precautions. We encourage you to take a few minutes to ensure the pipes and faucets in […]


5 Easy Ways to Unclog Drains

One of the most common plumbing problems that homeowners face are clogged drains. Dealing with a clogged drain can greatly compromise the comfort of your household. However, as annoying as a clogged drain is, it’s also a quick and simple fix that you might be able to handle yourself. So, if you’re dealing with a […]


Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Sump Pump

A sump pump is an important appliance to have if you want to avoid flooding in your crawlspace, basement or the lowest part of your home. The pump is found in a pit or basin in the lower portion of your home. It collects and drains excess water and prevents damage caused by water buildup. […]


Will My Plumbing Work When the Power Goes Out?

  It may seem like a silly question, after all, plumbing is about water, and power outages affect electricity. A lot of homeowners are afraid to ask, but want to know, will plumbing work when the power goes out? The answer: not necessarily. Plumbing often depends on electricity, and understanding their relationship is important if […]


5 Reasons Why Your Toilet Won’t Stop Running

    It’s not too loud, it’s not high pitched, and it’s quite common. But, it’s perhaps the most annoying sound that a homeowner will ever hear: a toilet that won’t stop running. To make matters worse, it is not all that easy to identify why a toilet won’t stop running. That’s why the expert […]

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