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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.


  • 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.

  • 6 HVAC tips for homes with pets

    While pets can make your house a home, they aren’t always good for the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (or HVAC) system. We breathe in air every day, and proper ventilation is critical to home comfort. However, your pet’s dander, hair or fur can wreak havoc on the HVAC system and mess with indoor air quality. Considering that people spend most of their time indoors, it’s important to have fresh air to keep us healthy and happy, so it’s especially

  • Plumbing tools you should have on hand in your home

    What’s in your tool box? Does it consist of the proper tools to do any basic plumbing job? Unfortunately, plumbing problems happen, so it’s best to be prepared when they do. You can save time and money by being ready with the essential plumbing tools you might need to perform minor repairs yourself. Some basic plumbing problems that the average homeowner usually can fix include: Clogged sinks, garbage disposals, shower drains and tubs Dripping faucets Changing a faucet Leaky pipes

  • How to know if you have mold in your HVAC system

    Mold can be found almost anywhere, including in your home and in your home’s heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) system. It grows where moisture is present, and when it comes to your HVAC system, the most common areas of growth are in ductwork, drip pans, or air conditioning coils. If you or any of your family members are experiencing cold-like symptoms on a regular basis, it might be time to have your house checked for mold. Common reactions to

  • Garbage disposal clogged? Here’s how to fix it

    What’s in your garbage disposal? These appliances can be a great benefit to any lifestyle, and most last between five and 10 years, depending on the quality and the amount of time it gets used. However, when a disposal is not operated or maintained properly, it can easily break down or clog and become a plumbing nightmare for a homeowner. Make sure you know the proper way to take care of a garbage disposal and which foods should not be

  • Why is sewer water backing up into our bathtub when we flush the toilet?

    Sewage backups are among the worst problems that homeowners can face. Slow drains, gurgling noises coming from your bathtub, sewage smells, and sewer water backing up into the tub when flushing the toilet are all warning signs that you have a clog or serious problem in the main drain line for your home. When this happens, it’s best to take care of the problem immediately, as sewage can spread illness, disease, and in some cases, even death. How can sewer

  • 8 ways to prepare your plumbing for spring

    As spring and warmer weather approaches, now is the time to check if the harsh winter temperatures caused any damage inside or outside your home. As you start to make a list of items to tackle, don’t forget to add checking your home’s plumbing system. Before you start thinking about a garden, landscaping and all the other fun things to be done in the warmer temperatures, follow these steps to prepare your plumbing for spring. Here are some items to

  • House hunting? Here’s what to look for in HVAC energy efficiency

    Spring is a prime time to start looking for a new home. What will be at the top of your list when your start your search for the perfect home? Are the number of bedrooms or the number of bathrooms most important? Maybe it’s the amount of acreage or the location? Will you buy a two-story or a ranch-style home? All of these questions are important, but when it comes to making out a checklist, don’t forget to add the

  • Guide to environmentally friendly plumbing updates

    More and more Americans are becoming increasingly concerned about leaving a carbon footprint behind, prompting them to switch to environmentally safer products, both inside and outside of the home.  Going “green” is easier than you think, and it can actually save you money in the long run. When it comes to being environmentally conscious, homeowners generally think about energy-efficient lighting, adding green building materials, or recycling trash. While all of these things are important, don’t forget about your plumbing, too. 

  • 15 tips for lowering the cost of your water bill

    Just before the holidays, Montgomery County Commissioners approved a plan that will raise water and sewer rates for county customers 14 percent in 2018 and another 5.6 percent each year after through 2022, according to an article in the Dayton Daily News. The article also said that the average Montgomery County residential customer, currently paying around $170, will see their quarterly water bill rise approximately $24 next year.  However, you can help curtail this cost by making simple adjustments on

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