Get Your Plumbing Winter-Ready in Las Vegas: Essential Tips from JMAC Plumbing and Air Conditioning Winter in Las Vegas might not bring the icy conditions of the Midwest, but the cooler months still present unique challenges for your home’s plumbing system. At JMAC Plumbing and Air Conditioning, we’re dedicated to helping you prepare for whatever […]
Knowing When It’s Time to Replace Your Water Heater: Navigating Options in Las Vegas Water heaters are the unsung heroes of our homes. They provide us with comforting hot showers after a long day and support countless daily tasks from washing dishes to doing the laundry. But like all appliances, water heaters have a lifespan. […]
Choosing the Best Water Heater for Your Las Vegas Home In the blazing heat of Las Vegas, a dependable water heater is essential for home comfort. With over 30 years of service in the valley, JMAC Plumbing and Air Conditioning is your trusted partner for plumbing and air conditioning needs. Discover our comprehensive guide to […]
Living in the Las Vegas valley has its perks – the bright lights, endless entertainment, and the warm desert climate. However, one drawback of living in the area is the hard water. Hard water is caused by high levels of minerals like calcium and magnesium in the water supply. Consequently, this can cause a number […]
A leaky faucet is a fairly obvious sign that there is something wrong with your plumbing. Signs include soggy floors, foundation cracks, water meter changes, or a mildew smell. One leak in itself doesn’t mean you need new plumbing necessarily but frequent leaks could be a sign of an aging pipe system.
NATURAL GAS SAFETY FOR YOUR HOME Natural gas is the world’s cleanest fossil fuel, producing only carbon dioxide, water vapor, and small amounts of nitrogen oxide when burned. It is used to power a wide range of consumer products you likely have in your home. These appliances include furnaces, fireplaces, stoves/ovens, and clothes dryers. Gas […]
It is time to winterize your home in Las Vegas! We’ve had earlier-than-normal colder weather here in the desert this year. We haven’t reached the freezing mark yet, but we’ve been close as we hit the mid-30s. To winterize your home refers to getting the three P’s (Plants, Pipes, and Pools) prepared for freezing weather. […]
An ostrich hiding its head in the sand to avoid danger is actually a myth. But it is no myth many Nevada homeowners will ignore plumbing problems, hoping they will just go away.