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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.


  • Broken pipes and flooded homes: When your insurance might not cover the damage

    Is everything in your house covered by your homeowner’s insurance? You might want to make sure that busted pipes and the resultant flood damage are written into your policy – because water damage can be costly. Some companies charge extra for flood and water insurance. Broken or bulging pipes may not be noticeable and not all of them can be easily inspected for cracks or other issues. Even the smallest of cracks can lead to a major leak. Water damage

  • How to maintain your septic tank

    Inspections and maintenance are done on other systems in your home, but have you thought about the upkeep of the septic tank? Septic system maintenance is very important, however it’s not complicated and it doesn’t need to be expensive. There are a few key factors to consider when doing maintenance on a septic system: A septic system should be inspected every three years by a professional. It also should be pumped out every three-to-five years. Make sure the tank’s water

  • How to lower humidity in your home

    Ah, summer in Ohio – the days are sunny, pleasant and hot…but there are times the pervasive humidity can leave you feeling a bit like steamed broccoli. The high humidity also can become a problem by making it feel warmer inside your home. Working to achieve lower humidity in your home can benefit you and your family in many ways. It keeps you more comfortable, saves money by reducing the need for air conditioning and heating, improves indoor air quality,

  • 10 kitchen tips for lowering your energy bills this summer

    Doing everything you can to stay cool on these hot summer days means taking a good look at your kitchen. Many kitchen appliances give off a lot of heat, especially the oven. Using less appliances during the hot summer days can lower your energy bill and save money in the process. What do you do to stay cool in the kitchen? Here are a few simple and inexpensive ways to help save energy and money in the kitchen during the

  • How to fight mold and mildew in the bathroom

    Where there is moisture, mold and mildew will find it. Mold and mildew are types of fungi that are commonly found throughout our homes. They love moist environments and have a tendency to find every leak in your home before you do. If left unattended, these growths could become harmful to your family. Mold has a tendency to show up where there is moisture and heat. It is a fungus that can penetrate beneath surfaces and grow on foods and

  • Why is my air conditioning unit blowing hot air?

    When summer temperatures reach their peak heat, you want to make sure that your air conditioning unit is performing at its best. If there is warm or hot air coming from your unit, it might be time to call in a professional. However, there are a few things you can check first. Most air conditioning units have two main components – one part is indoors, and the other is outdoors. Both work together to remove heat from your home. >>>

  • 10 things to do at home before leaving on your summer vacation

    Planning for your family’s annual summer vacation? Besides remembering what to pack, there are some things you should check in your home before you leave. A lot can happen while you’re away, from power surges to leaks, so it’s important to establish a checklist a few weeks before leaving to prepare the house for your absence. Having a relative or a friend to check in on your home is always a good idea, as well. Here are a few things

  • Do I need a sprinkler system for my lawn?

    Depending on what day it is in Ohio, a sprinkler system could be the answer for a sick, dry lawn. While Ohio weather is unpredictable, sprinkler systems usually are not. But before going out and purchasing a new sprinkler system, weigh the pros and cons of having one… Pros of having a sprinkler system: If Mother Nature is not living up to your expectations, then take the guesswork out of watering and consult a professional to install a sprinkler system

  • What you should know about a home energy audit

    Have you ever thought about doing a home energy audit? A home energy audit is an inspection of your house to determine where there is energy loss. A large amount of energy loss can lead to a loss of money. An inspection is often the first step in making your home more efficient, thus saving you money. The results of the audit can help you find the problems and work to find the best solutions. Call in a professional –

  • Why plumbing leaks can attract pests and what you can do about it

    Every living organism needs water to survive. Pests are no different, and your home is among the places where they will search out water sources. Unfortunately, they have a tendency to find the most vulnerable places in your home, such as under sinks, near leaky pipes, around drains, in wet basements, and in laundry rooms. If unwelcome house guests have been on the rise in or around your home, it might be time to find out why. You may have

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