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Reducing Repair Bills Around Your Home

Posted on September 18th, 2020 by Jupiter Tequesta

Sometimes big repair bills can sneak up on you and leave you wondering about what little things you could have changed to lower the amount of money you owe. Well, before you find yourself asking where you went wrong, try looking into these protection plans for reducing your repair bills before you get them!

Know What You Can and Cannot Fix Yourself

Sometimes DIY projects around the house can save you a ton of money, but not everything can be done by you. You can clean out areas around your house such as your gutters and water heaters. But, any kind of big problems involving your HVAC system or electric, you should not do yourself. That’s when you call a professional. 

Don’t Forget About Your Water Heater

Water heater damage can leave you paying a hefty price in order to get it fixed. A breakdown in the system can be the cause of multiple problems, often ones that go unnoticed until your unit is no longer working. You can remove sediment and debris from the bottom yourself, or have a professional come in and flush it regularly to reduce major cost from big problems.

Show Your HVAC Some Love

Your HVAC system is like a vital organ in the works on your home. Without it, during any season, you and your family can be left uncomfortable and vulnerable. So it’s no surprise that any issues that may occur need to be fixed ASAP, but the costs could be great. This is why regular maintenance comes in handy, since it will keep repair projects small to none. 

Contact FPL Home Services to discuss your HVAC, plumbing, and electric options.

FPL Home Services is a subsidiary of FPL Home and an unregulated indirect subsidiary of Florida Power & Light Company (FPL). Air conditioning, plumbing and electrical services are offered, administered and backed by FPL Home Services, and not FPL Home or FPL. License No. No. EC13007891, CFC 1430331, CAC 1820030.


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