How To Keep Your HVAC System Clean
18 February 2015
Pollutants, dirt and allergens inside your HVAC system can cling to the mechanical parts of your furnace and air conditioner, causing the entire system to run less efficiently. In addition, dirty air inside the HVAC system will circulate inside the house, exacerbating allergies and contributing to dust buildup on the furniture. Over time, dirt and buildup inside your HVAC system can result in costly cooling and heating repair. These tips for cleaning your HVAC system will help you maintain your heater and air conditioner.
How To Troubleshoot An Electric Water Heater
12 February 2015
A failing water heater comes with a host of problems and inconveniences, from uncomfortably cold showers to dishwashers and washing machines that can no longer get the job done without a sufficient supply of hot water. Fortunately, many common electric hot water heater issues can be fixed without the help of a repairman, even for homeowners with few DIY skills. Before you call in the pros, check out these simple fixes to get your hot water heater up and running once more.
4 Common Mistakes When Installing A Window Air Conditioner
9 February 2015
Window air conditioners make it possible to add cool air in a space where a whole system unit is either not possible or not in the budget. These air conditioners are quite effective at cooling a space and can be purchased in sizes small enough to cool just one room or large enough to keep almost the whole house comfortable. These units are designed to be simple to install, even if you have never had any experience with an HVAC system or its components.
Caring For Your Septic System: 3 Facts You Need To Know
3 February 2015
If you have recently moved into a home with a septic system, it is important for you to know that this type of plumbing system requires far different maintenance than a sewer system. Furthermore, failing to provide your septic system with the care it requires could quickly result in an overflow that leaves your home and yard covered in sewage. If this is not bad enough, repairing the damage done to your plumbing system as a result of an overflow can be incredibly expensive and require the excavation of your yard.