2 January 2020
When your gas furnace heats up your home, it creates byproducts of combustion that are routed out of your house through a vent pipe called the flue. These gases can be harmful if they accumulate in your home. One of the gases created by your furnace is carbon monoxide. Since it's vented away, the gas doesn't pose a danger, but if there's a leak in the flue, dangerous carbon monoxide could accumulate around the furnace and spread through your home.
29 November 2019
Taking care of your home will allow you to get the most enjoyment out of it. There are many things you can do that will make a significant difference overtime. One of these includes having an air conditioner unit that functions well and is maintained over the years. It's vital to know specific tips that will enable you to make the most out of your AC system. 1. Keep the outside unit clean
28 October 2019
There have been many efforts to reduce the number of pollutants that surround us. But outdoor air doesn't affect you as much as you believe. Indoor air quality has a major effect on health. People spend most of their lives inside so the environment inside will have a greater impact on our well-being. Commercial indoor air quality products don't entirely solve the problem of indoor air pollutants. There are better ways to get rid of particles or germs that can cause problems in your home.
23 September 2019
When your air conditioner isn't working, you want solutions fast. Spending even a day without air conditioning can be extremely uncomfortable in certain climates. Your AC problems might be caused by one of these underlying issues: 1. Dirty air filters. A dirty air filter is one of the most common causes of poor AC performance. Fortunately, it's also one of the easiest and most inexpensive problems to fix. You can replace your air filter yourself by pulling it out of its housing.
14 August 2019
Many homeowners are under the assumption that their air conditioner needs to be recharged on a regular basis. This is not the case. Your air conditioner's refrigerant is housed in a closed system, and it should not lose any coolant unless there is a leak. So, as long as you do not have any leaks, your AC unit can go on working for years on end without ever needing to be recharged.
10 July 2019
Throughout the summer, you won't need to put your furnace to use. However, it is not enough to simply turn the heating system off and put it out of mind. After using it so heavily for months, it needs to undergo significant maintenance to ensure it is ready to go once the cold weather rolls around again. So, what type of service does your furnace need this summer? General Cleaning
31 May 2019
If you have a slab foundation as opposed to a basement, you may think that your home is immune to foundation leaks. While you won't need to worry about water in the same way a homeowner with a basement does, you do need to be aware of slab leaks. In a slab foundation, all of your water and waste pipes are installed through the concrete foundation. If one of these pipes develops a leak, it puts your foundation in danger.
24 April 2019
When you have a large family, bathroom space is always at a premium. If you're tired of waiting to use the restroom and being late for work in the morning, adding an additional bathroom can solve your problem. However, when building a bathroom from scratch, there are many factors to take into account, including the need for new plumbing lines. Here are four tips to help you create the bathroom your family needs.
15 March 2019
Upgrading your air conditioner to central air throughout your home instead of just one or two window air conditioners can be a big step up in comfort for you and your family. But if you've never owned a central air unit before, you might not know where to begin when it comes to AC maintenance. To that end, here are some tips that can help you keep your new air conditioner in great shape for many years to come.
30 January 2019
One piece of advice you may have heard about maintaining an air conditioner is to clean the condenser coil. It helps the condenser run with less wear and tear, helping extend its lifespan and limit repairs. However, if you do not know how to clean the condenser coil, you'll likely ignore the component until it needs to be fixed. Here are three tips so that you can learn how to clean the condenser coil on your own to keep it in good condition.