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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.

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  • Explaining common plumbing noises

    Do you hear ghostly noises at your home? A bump, thump, bang, or clang is most likely not a ghost, but your plumbing system sending you a message. Various noises come from a plumbing system – some are good, and some may indicate that there is a problem. While most homeowners are used to the noises their home makes, many of these sounds can be easily reduced or require further investigation by a professional. Typical noises In general, when plumbing

  • Air conditioner died? Here’s why you should replace the furnace, too

    Has your air conditioner quit just when you need it most? With temperatures reaching into the upper 90s this early in the summer, air conditioners across Ohio are receiving quite the workout already this season. The summer heat has a way of driving an air conditioner over the edge, and now you are faced with purchasing a new one. Should you also consider replacing your furnace or air handler at the same time? Here are some items to ponder when

  • The Importance Of Proper Water Pressure In Your Home

    Maintaining proper water pressure in your home is as important as your body’s blood pressure. If the pressure is too high or too low, there is cause for concern. Most often homeowners complain about low pressure; however, having high pressure can result in expensive damage. The pressure level can vary in most residential homes, but 60 PSI (pounds per square inch) is recommended. Water pressure should not be higher than 80 PSI. Anything higher can cause major appliances, including water

  • 5 Reasons To Update Your Bathroom

    Is your bathroom beginning to look like its own horror flick? If you are starting to see broken or cracked tiles, damaged fixtures, peeling paint, watermarks, rust, leaks, or drippy faucets, then it’s past time for a bathroom remodel. While these issues are ugly to see, they also can invite unwanted guests such as mold, mildew and insects into your home, and in many cases, can lead to bigger problems. A bathroom is one of the most-used rooms in your

  • Do you know how your home’s air conditioner works?

    Air conditioning units have become an important part of our daily lives, and most Americans would say it is a luxury they couldn’t live without. Certainly, with the summer heat upon us, we are appreciating our air conditioners even more over the last couple of weeks. While we use air conditioning often, does anyone really know what’s inside the box that is making the house so comfortable? Air conditioning units have a filter, a condenser coil, a compressor and a

  • Trends in kitchen fixtures

    The kitchen is a place where we spend a lot of time. While making selections for a new kitchen can be overwhelming, be sure to keep comfort and convenience in mind when looking into new trends and updates for your home. As new technology has finally expanded to the kitchen, homeowners are opting for deep sinks that are easy to clean. When it comes to fixtures, pull-down kitchen faucets with high arcs are all the rage, along with hands-free and

  • Smart thermostat: Is it time to upgrade to one in your home?

    In a world of hustle and bustle, we are all looking for ways to make our lives more convenient and comfortable. The smart thermostat, or Wi-Fi thermostat, is one more way to add convenience and comfort, and they are becoming very popular in the HVAC world. This technology allows the user to control and observe the temperature and operation of their HVAC system from a smart phone or a computer at any time. While a smart thermostat sometimes is considered

  • 12 Tips For Beating The Summer Heat

    Summer in the Miami Valley can be a challenge. Cool mornings quickly heat up to scorching days, and we won’t even get into the discussion of how high the humidity can rise, which adds even more heat to your ‘hot.’ Many people resist the urge to turn on their air conditioners unless absolutely necessary. Air conditioner-spiked electric bills are no joke! Of course, there are also still homes that have no air conditioner at all. Whether you don’t have an

  • How to fix that leaky faucet in your kitchen

    Is a dripping sound from your kitchen faucet getting on your last nerve? Maybe it’s time to take care of the leak. Most of the time, a leaky faucet isn’t hard to repair, depending on the nature of the drip and the type of faucet. Potential problems with faucets include worn-out seals, loose parts, broken plumbing or corrosion.  Four types of faucets, including compression, cartridge, ball and ceramic disk, can be found in most homes. Do your research and find

  • What is a ‘cleanout’ and why you should know where it’s located at your home

    Clogs are not something you think about every day until they happen in your home. While any clog in your pipes could be bad, a main line clog can become a big problem for homeowners. A main line helps transport waste water from the home to underground sewer mains. A clog in the main line can lead to a raw sewage backup coming out of the drains, causing significant damage and resulting in an expensive sewer line repair or replacement.

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