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Welcome to Korrect Plumbing, Heating & Air

For more than 65 years, the professionals at Korrect Plumbing, Heating & Air have been providing prompt and friendly service to residential, commercial, and industrial customers in need of heating, air conditioning, and plumbing service. Quality workmanship and customer satisfaction are our top priorities.

Our customers trust in our ability to find solutions to their problems in an efficient manner, whether it’s for plumbing repair in Dayton, OH, drain clearing in Oakwood, heating repair in Kettering, or a bathroom remodel in Springboro.

We can provide you with solutions in all these areas no matter where you live in the Miami Valley.


  • 10 HVAC myths debunked

    Do you know what type of maintenance should be done yearly on any heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system? Are you certain of when it’s time to call in a professional? There is so much information out on the market these days, it has become difficult to decipher which arguments to consider. Here are 10 common myths about home HVAC systems and the truth behind each: 1. Air filters don’t need to be changed on a regular basis. This

  • How to deal with a clogged kitchen sink

    Plumbing systems in every home develop clogs, and there is no way to steer clear of them. Without proper knowledge, cleaning a drain in your home can be an aggravating experience. Clogs can be expensive, time-consuming and harmful to your family’s health. Depending on the extent of the clog, and the damage that may have occurred from prolonged backup, a clogged drain can be tricky. Most of the time, there are some symptoms that a drain is becoming restricted. Water

  • 10 things you should never flush down your toilet

    We all know that sometimes small children sneak into the bathroom and do their own tests on what should or shouldn’t be flushed down the toilet. Small toys, balls and family pets don’t usually pass that test. Our toilets are part of our daily lives and were invented to dispose of human waste. Using them for other purposes can damage your plumbing and possibly pollute a community’s water supply. There is a very long list of items that should never

  • 9 water saving devices to install in your home

    Concerned about conserving water or leaving a carbon footprint behind? Reducing the amount of water used in your home can reduce its carbon footprint, conserve water, and save you money. Water conservation is actually easy to do, and there are many different ways to do it. Installing water saving devices in the home is the place to start. There are all kinds of new shower heads, taps, flush reducers, aerators and water flow valves on the market that can help

  • Don’t wait until the temperatures heat up to check your air conditioner

    The temperatures outside may not have made you want to turn on your air conditioner yet, but right now is the perfect time to make sure your unit is ready for the dog days of summer. It’s always a good idea to hire a professional to inspect and perform maintenance on your system every spring for the air conditioner and every fall for the heating unit. A professional can inspect and clean the wiring and mechanisms of the each of

  • Pros and cons of a touchless faucet for your kitchen

    New technology has finally found its way into the kitchen through the touchless faucet, making the cook’s corner a safer and more convenient place to be in while preparing meals. These new faucets can be a great choice for many different reasons. Touchless faucets are fixtures that have sensors allowing the user to “touch” the faucet with your hand or arm to turn the unit on and off. Normally these types of faucets are found in a restaurant, stadium, or

  • STOP: Don’t pour that chemical cleaner down your drain!

    Most homeowners will experience issues with a clogged drain and will be tempted to go to the store to find a chemical cleaner to take care of the clog. Shopping for a drain cleaner can be a tough task, because there are dozens of products on the market and not all of them are safe or effective. Common drain blockages occur in the kitchen sink from grease build up and food waste and in the shower from hair, soap scum,

  • Tips for combating seasonal allergies at home

    With the beauty of spring flowers and showers comes seasonal allergies. Approximately 35 million Americans suffer from seasonal allergies and while over-the-counter medicines may help, there are other ways to aid in air quality. Indoor air quality is important for comfort and health reasons. Living with very dry air can irritate asthma and allergy symptoms and lead to dry noses, sore throats and other health concerns. Often staying indoors is worse for your allergies than the great outdoors. Your home

  • Proceed with caution when replacing your main drain line

    It may not be able to speak, but your home has ways of telling you when something is going wrong. Make sure to pay close attention to signs of damage to the main drain or sewer system in your home. RELATED: 5 signs that your main line needs to be cleaned out The main drain is the sewer line that runs from the house and connects to the city sewer system. Residential lines typically are four inches in diameter and

  • Signs your water heater is going bad

    Having hot water is a great convenience and something none of us like to be without. For the most part, water heaters are an “install and forget about it” appliance. They are fairly reliable and may function properly until the day they need replaced with a new unit. Most water heaters last between 8-12 years before they need to be replaced. Internal parts can become corroded or encased in a buildup of minerals and cause a decline in efficiency. If

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