Many families share their home with a pet. Many of these pets are dogs. While having a dog can be very rewarding, pets have the potential to wreak havoc on your home's plumbing system. Before you bring your new dog home (or allow your dog to spend time inside your home), take the time to pet-proof your plumbing against the potential damage a dog might cause. 1. Cover Exposed Pipes
8 September 2018
If you own or operate a large building, you know how important it is to keep that building consistently cooled off. Problems with your commercial air conditioner can spell big trouble for your customers and for your employees. If you want to keep everyone comfortable, it's a good idea to know about the most common issues that occur with commercial air conditioners and how to solve them. 1. Inconsistent Airflow
5 August 2018
A central air conditioning system can develop numerous problems that cause it to malfunction if occasional maintenance isn't performed. Even if the system continues to work without maintenance, it will become less energy-efficient and more expensive to run. If you have been running your air conditioner all day in order to achieve a satisfactory temperature in your house, it is time to find out if the system is in need of a professional inspection.
30 June 2018
If you are looking to install a central air conditioning unit in your home and you don't have an existing system, you want to get more than one quote. You want to find a contractor that can get the job done quickly and efficiently, and you want to be sure you have the right unit for your home. Here are some of the thing that you want to take into consideration before the unit is installed on your property.
11 April 2018
If you have a home with central air conditioning, you obviously know how great it can be on those hot summer days. You also know how devastating it can be when you get those large electricity bills at the end of the month. This article focuses one things that you should clean if you are trying to improve the efficiency of your air conditioning appliances. The Condenser Hose One of the most important parts of your AC system is the condenser hose.
1 March 2018
Your residential air conditioner is one of the most power-hungry appliances in your home, especially in the height of summer when outside temperatures are neither comfortable or pleasant to experience. A constantly running air conditioner can greatly increase your energy bills, which can be a financial expense that can be hard to bear. Fortunately, there are a handful of things that you can do to reduce your air conditioning associated energy bills.
16 January 2018
With the holidays quickly approaching, many homeowners are getting excited about decorating their homes, lawns, and fences with twinkling lights. Adding lights, blow up figurines, and other festive holiday decor to your yard an quickly propel you to the top of the neighborhood's best-decorated list, but these added electrical features can also put a strain on your home's electrical system. Here are three tips to keep in mind when hanging holiday lights to ensure your festive decor doesn't leave you with major electrical problems in the future.
30 November 2017
One minute it seems like your air conditioner is keeping you cool and the next it seems like there just isn't enough air circulating around your home. Poor air circulation can cause uneven cooling in your home and may result in your machine breaking down sooner than expected. Here are three reasons why your air conditioner's air flow is weak and what you can do to resolve the issue. Problematic Air Filters
17 October 2017
Window air conditioners are designed to provide cooling to the room that they are installed in, and are the go-to cooling solution for smaller homes and apartment buildings in which a central air conditioner would be impractical or impossible to install. In order to maximize the efficiency of your window unit, there are a handful of tips and tricks that you should implement. Higher Fan Settings Most air conditioning units have two separate settings, one for the actual cooling and one for the fan to blow that cool air throughout the air.
23 September 2017
You know your car needs a tune-up, but did you know your heater needs one too. Just like your car needs a tune-up to keep it running smoothly, so does your heater. In fact, without an annual tune-up, your heater could leave you out in the cold next winter. If you're not sure why your heater needs a tune-up, here are four reasons for you to consider. Protects Your Family
7 September 2017