How Often Should You Clean Your Drains? If you are standing in a puddle of water in the shower, you may be wondering how to unclog a drain with standing water. If you have ever wondered how often you should clean out the drains in your home, searching the internet will give you plenty of … Continue reading How to Unclog a Drain With Standing Water
When the hot New Jersey sun comes to pound on your home, you are going to want your air conditioning system to be working properly. You shouldn’t have to be sitting in an oven when you could be cool and comfortable. If you turn your central air conditioner on and you’re not getting any cold … Continue reading Troubleshooting an AC that Doesn’t Blow Cold Air
Have a Gas Leak? Call Us 732-201-3305 The plumbing experts at Team Electric, Plumbing & Air can easily repair or install a new gas line in your New Jersey home. LEARN MORE Affordable Gas Line Repair & Install Services While many of us understand the importance of regularly checking our water lines for cracks … Continue reading Safety First: Why it May Be Time to Schedule a Gas Line Repair Appointment in New Jersey
Get Your Water Inspected The plumbing specialists at our company will inspect your water for lead contamination. Exposure to lead within water can lead to lead poisoning. LEARN MORE Prolonged exposure to lead can cause lead poisoning, a dangerous health condition linked to delayed development in children, birth defects, abdominal and joint pain, insomnia, and … Continue reading How to Determine if There’s Lead in your Water (And What to Do if There Is)
Is The Air in Your Home Dry? The HVAC experts at Team Electric, Plumbing & Air offer heating and air quality services to homes in New Jersey LEARN MORE When the temperature outside drops, many of us crank the heat inside. But when the temperature inside rises, the air can dry out. This, paired with … Continue reading How Can I Heat my Home Without Drying Out the Air?
If the electrical system doesn’t meet your town’s current building code, you might have to have the house rewired. And even if the house does have a certificate of occupancy and you can move right in, you still could be best off having the home rewired. New Jersey’s housing stock is older than most states’ … Continue reading I’m Buying an Older Home in New Jersey. Should I have it Rewired?
If your commercial heating system uses fuel, rather than electricity or hot water, it produces carbon monoxide. This does not necessarily mean that your employees and all others who enter your building are at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning – carbon monoxide is present in many home and commercial settings without posing a risk to … Continue reading Could your Commercial Heating System be Putting your Employees at Risk for Carbon Monoxide Poisoning?
On August 14th, 2017, CBS New York reported that eight people in New Jersey had been hospitalized for carbon monoxide poisoning. According to the reporting, four New Jersey police officers had to be treated for exposure after they responded to an emergency scene in which four unconscious carbon monoxide poison victims were discovered in a … Continue reading Best Carbon Monoxide Sensors for Your Home/How to Test for it in New Jersey
Like most New Jersey homeowners, you no doubt understand that overloading an electrical outlet is extremely dangerous. Similarly, you know that using a frayed extension cord is something that is to be avoided. However, did you know there are other common electrical fire risks that are far less easy to see? Many people do not know … Continue reading How to Check to See if Your House is at Risk for an Electrical Fire
Some serious, very alarming problems have been reported with New Jersey’s water supply. In 2016, the Environmental Working Group (EWG) reported that Chromium-6, a toxic chemical linked to several different types of cancer, was found in the water system of each of the 21 counties in New Jersey. Other potentially toxic carcinogens, including perfluorooctanoic acid … Continue reading Should I Switch to Bottled Water in New Jersey?