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As a homeowner, taking care of your home’s vital systems is one of your most important jobs. Though we’re nearing the end of winter and warmer days are on the horizon, it’s still a good idea to think about whether your furnace can handle another winter or if your should consider replacing it. Even the best furnace isn’t designed to last forever, and if yours is several years old, you might want to consider upgrading [Read More...]

Did you know that Corley offers financing options to assist you with expensive repairs? We understand that plumbing, electric and heating and air repairs can often be unplanned and some times costly events. If you are interested in financing the cost of your repairs, please visit our Financing page. We offer financing plans through GreenSky with approved credit.Click on the GreenSky banner and you will be taken off of our website to GreenSky’s secure online [Read More...]

The drought here in upstate South Carolina may be over, but this year home and business owners will begin seeing more effects from it — primarily clogged sewer pipes. Tree roots that didn’t get enough rain over the last couple of years went anywhere they could to find moisture. And oftentimes, that meant breaking into the nearest sewer line.

Award-winning Corley Plumbing Air Electric takes the lead in technology that breaks new ground without breaking old ground . . . literally. Greenville homeowners are assuring their family’s safety and comfort by replacing their damaged, underground sewer pipes. In the past, this meant tearing up yards and costly landscaping. Not anymore.

As plumbers, water is sort of “our thing.” With Greenville and Spartanburg Counties in one of the worst droughts since 2009, we wanted to share with you our list of the top water saving tips you can implement today. The average person uses about 100 gallons of water per day. It’s eye opening when you use this Water Use Calculator to estimate how much water you’re using. Here are some some of the most impactful tips [Read More...]

Carbon monoxide detection

November, 3rd, 2016

Every year, hundreds of people die from accident carbon monoxide poisoning in their homes. Carbon monoxide (CO) is produced whenever any fuel, such as gas, oil, kerosene, wood, or charcoal is burned. If the appliances burning the fuel are maintained and used properly, then you have nothing to worry about. However, an improperly functioning heating appliance can release dangerous levels of carbon monoxide that could put your family at risk. It is often hard to [Read More...]

Most people don’t give plumbing a second thought when it’s working right, but when emergencies happen, you have no idea where to even start. A basic understanding of your plumbing system and the components that affect it will help you troubleshoot, do small repairs yourself, know when to call a plumber, be better prepared in a crisis, and make informed decisions.

How to Choose an Air Filter

October, 27th, 2016

Most people don’t put a lot of thought into the type of air filters they select. The biggest concern is just remembering to change them regularly and then finding a size to fit your system. However, the importance of having clean, safe air circulating inside your home should not be ignored. Stop and think about how much time you spend inside your home. Most of us spend at least 10-12 hours per day breathing the [Read More...]

While most people are concerned with air pollution from the outdoors and have a deep desire to help with climate change, they typically fail to consider what goes on inside their home. How can you tell if the air outside is worse than the air inside your home from all the dust, dirt, and mold that collects itself after some time? In any case, pollution can occur both indoors and outdoors and you need to take proper care to [Read More...]

When it’s time to change your air filter, do you put much thought into the replacement filter you purchase, or do you just select the cheapest one and forget about it for a few months until you remember to replace it again?