3 Questions Every Homeowner Should be Able to Answer About Their Pipes

August 1st, 2017 | Matt | Uncategorized

Besides the front door, pipes are an important staple of every home. To further elaborate the significance of pipes, think of the home as a human body — pipes are the veins that transport blood throughout the body. If you didn’t have pipes in your home, then you’d have to find natural sources of water […]

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3 Different Toilet Plungers and Their Uses

July 31st, 2017 | Matt | Uncategorized

When the echoes of demonic gurgling flood your eardrums and toilet, you know it’s not going to be a pleasant experience. While you may feel equipped to forcefully attack the clog at hand, you should be using the correct plunger to cease the pipe obstruction once and for all. Although you may have used a […]

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5 Quick Bathroom Cleaning Tips

July 27th, 2017 | Matt | Uncategorized

Flush, clunk, squeak — ah, the common soundtrack of cleaning a bathroom! Having been a staple chore that has affected the lives of many since the beginning of time, keeping the water closet clean is a very important task. Yes, this may be a ~tremendous~ assignment to carry out, but in reality it could be […]

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The Difference Between Air Scrubbers and Air Purifiers

July 26th, 2017 | Matt | Uncategorized

When it comes to the world of air conditioning, there are two different devices you should know about. One of these devices is called an air scrubber while the other is known as an air purifier. Although many people think these are similar in nature, they’re actually complete opposites. Without further ado, we’ll break down […]

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3 Factors that Negatively Affect Indoor Air Quality

July 25th, 2017 | Matt | Uncategorized

Imagine this: you awake from a deep slumber one morning, and suddenly experience a stuffy nose, and possibly watery eyes. These allergy symptoms may be  caused by bad indoor air quality in your home. Although many people don’t realize it, bad indoor air quality is quite common. If you’re not sure if your air quality […]

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Why You Should Choose Mitch Wright

July 5th, 2017 | Matt | Uncategorized

If a pipe begins to leak, or an AC unit needs a tune-up, your initial reaction is probably to find an HVAC company who will service your home’s needs. However, it may not always be an easy task — many HVAC companies will give you facts and figures, but won’t live up to the hype. […]

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The Benefits of Having a Walk-in Tub

June 30th, 2017 | Matt | Uncategorized

When you reach a certain age, and plan on staying in the same home, some helpful renovations might have to be made. One of the most common adjustments is renovating your bathroom. To start, installing a walk-in bathtub will be essential. There are many benefits that come with installing a walk-in, but here are the most […]

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4 Signs You Need a Dehumidifier

June 22nd, 2017 | Matt | Uncategorized

Summer is here, and it’s ~surprisingly~ humid already. While an air conditioner may be a great way to stay cool, it can’t necessarily get rid of the downside of humidity: mold. Don’t be alarmed, though — here at Mitch Wright, we’ve got you covered. Below are four common signs that you need a dehumidifier: Sign […]

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Testimonial Spotlight: Mitch Wright Reviews Throughout the Years

June 20th, 2017 | Matt | Uncategorized

When it comes to our business, fixing your plumbing, heating, and air is really only half of what we do at Mitch Wright. The other half is making sure you have the most pleasant experience and comfortable home as possible! But don’t just take our word for it — take our customer’s! 2017 Reviews “I […]

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How to Add Freon to Your Central AC Unit

June 19th, 2017 | Matt | Uncategorized

Remember 10 years ago when you’d turn your central air on and within just a few minutes your house felt cool and comfortable? But now, no matter how low you set your thermostat, it just doesn’t seem to get that cool anymore. Most homeowners automatically assume their unit is broken. And while that could certainly be the […]

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