25 January 2020
If you're like most people, you don't think about your furnace once spring arrives. Unfortunately, that might not be the best approach to take, especially if you want to make sure your furnace is ready for use next winter. To give your furnace the protection it needs, you should actually schedule at least one maintenance call during the summer. Here are four reasons why mid-summer furnace maintenance is so important.
5 December 2019
Most light bulbs screw in and screw out for easy replacing. However, you may encounter that one light bulb that for whatever reason breaks off inside the socket at the base of the bulb. What do you do now? The bulb itself is essentially gone, but now you have the base of the bulb stuck in the electrical socket. Here is what an electrician might advise you to do about this particular problem.
6 November 2019
If you're having problems with an appliance in your home such as an air conditioner or stove that doesn't seem to have enough power or that trips a circuit breaker frequently, the problem may be in the electrical panel. You may need to call in an electrical contractor to determine the cause of the problem, and it would be good to do so without delay since operating an appliance with power issues could cause damage to the appliance or even be a fire hazard.
25 September 2019
Are you hoping to find a great end of season deal on a new central air conditioning unit for your home? If so, there are a few things to keep in mind as you make your selection and have it installed. Here, you'll find a few tips to help you through the selection and installation process. Discuss Close-Out Models Talk with your local air conditioning professional about any close-out deals that they may have on their air conditioning units.
21 August 2019
When you think of issues that can develop with your heater, furnace, or HVAC, one of the problems that comes to mind is the heater not working or heating up your home. Most people do not think of the opposite occurring, and a heater overheating your home because it is not turning off. However, this is an issue that can arise. If you are facing this problem, here are three common reasons why your home may be heating up, but your heater is not shutting off.
17 July 2019
Is the drain pan on your air conditioning rusted or damaged and leaking water? If so, make sure you aren't putting off repairs. An air conditioner with this type of problem might appear to be working malfunction-free, but it does not mean that everything is okay. Learn what could be in store for you if you put off this repair. 1. Water Damage It doesn't take a large amount of water to cause damage to a home.
12 June 2019
In a perfect world, you would be able to replace your air conditioner every 10 years as recommended by your HVAC company. But sadly, this is the real world, where air conditioners are not cheap, and you can't always afford to replace your unit at the first sign of old age. If you're left dealing with an aging AC unit this summer, you may worry that it will give up the ghost and leave you roasting in a hot home mid-August.
2 May 2019
Having one type of heating appliance and choosing to convert to another type of heating appliance may benefit you in the long run. If you are not choosing to convert, but you are forced to convert because your current furnace or boiler has kicked the bucket, then that is likely a good thing, too. However, you should be aware of some of the most complicated heating installation conversions and why they are complicated.
18 March 2019
Right about now, you may be laughing -- after all, a plumbing leak is obvious, right? The faucet drips non-stop, or the pipes under the sink make everything just a little bit wetter. Maybe there is a little water in the basement. What exactly would be the big deal about plumbing leak detection, and why would you need to detect such things sooner? Actually, you might be surprised by the answers to this very question.
4 February 2019
Do you or does anybody in your household suffer from severe hay fever or allergies? Obviously, you will want your home to be as clean and dust-free as possible so it can be a safe haven from allergens. But some people end up having worse allergies inside their home than they do when they are outside. There are so many possible contributing factors when it comes to allergens inside a building.