3 Spooky Things You Can Find in Your Air Ducts

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With Halloween approaching, you are probably occupied with putting up Halloween décor, frantically looking for costumes and planning Halloween parties. But while you completely immerse yourself in Halloween prep, remember to keep an eye out for the truly spooky things that can show up in your home. We aren’t talking about ghouls or ghosts—we’re talking […]

5 Tips to Improve Indoor Air Quality

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Indoor Air Quality is used to define the air quality inside buildings and homes, specifically in relation to health concerns. Often, “bad” indoor air quality—air that contains toxins and pollutants—can cause allergies and other reactions among residents such as irritation of the eyes, nose and throat, sneezing and worsening of asthma symptoms. If you’re worried […]

Troubleshoot These Common Toilet Problems

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A toilet that is leaking, constantly running or malfunctioning can be messy and frustrating to deal with. However, while toilet troubles can vary across households, there are some common ones that you can easily fix. To help you out, the team at Bardi has developed a list of ways you can troubleshoot these common toilet […]

Furnace Maintenance Tips for Winter

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It’s finally October, which means we are one step closer to the winter season. As you prepare your home for the colder months, it’s important to keep your furnace on the top of the list. Space heating is one of the highest energy consumers in your home, so by keeping your furnace well-maintained you will […]

3 Most Common HVAC Problems

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Your HVAC unit is one of the most important components of your home. Not only does it do the necessary job of controlling your indoor temperature, it is also the highest energy consumer in your home. For the sake of your energy bills and the temperature in your home, it is important to ensure that […]

Find and Repair These Plumbing Leaks

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Plumbing Leaks

In a world of big problems, a plumbing leak might seem like a small and insignificant one. However, if you look at the effect of leaks nationwide, the problem might not seem so small. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the average household’s leaks can account for up to 10,000 gallons of water wasted every […]

Why Do AC Units Ice Up?

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It might be hard to imagine your AC unit icing up in the Georgia heat. But it can happen. Different components in your AC system such as the evaporator coil, refrigerant lines and outdoor unit can ice up for several reasons. This can cause your air conditioning system to malfunction, rendering you frustrated and probably […]

4 HVAC Maintenance Tips for Pet Owners

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At the end of a tiring workday, coming home to an excited, bouncing dog or a furry, cuddly kitten is undoubtedly a wonderful feeling. However, as much as we love our pets, they can also be a lot to handle. Other than the normal pet responsibilities, pet owners often must deal with the pet hair […]

What are Tankless Water Heaters?

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Tankless Water Heaters

Believe it or not, cooler weather is on its way! As the seasons change, your hot water usage is only going to increase.  As hot baths, hot tea, hot showers, and hot cocoa begin to flow, the time it takes for hot water reach your tap will become more and more unbearable. Looking for a […]

How to Fix a Broken Toilet Handle

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A broken handle is a common culprit of toilet problems. For example, if your toilet isn’t flushing properly, the first part you should inspect is the handle. Unfortunately, fixing a broken toilet handle isn’t self-explanatory – that’s where the technicians at Bardi come in. We have assembled this guide on how to fix a broken […]