How To Clean Your Air Pump

13 November 2017
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Homeowners hate nothing more than paying high utility bills while still living in an uncomfortably hot or cold home. If it seems like your bills just keep getting higher and higher, but you're having trouble cooling your home during the summer or heating it during the winter, there's probably something wrong with your HVAC system. A dirty air pump is the most common cause of an inefficient HVAC system. If the air is not being properly pumped into your duct system, it won't circulate and reach everywhere it is supposed to. Read More 

How To Tell If A Rental Will Offer Enough Power

6 October 2017
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Searching for a rental house or apartment can be fun or stressful, depending on the city in which you live, but it should always be complete. It's understandable that in tight rental markets, you may have to take what you can get, but if you have the chance, checking out "bones" material like the electrical system is worth it. There's nothing worse than renting a place only to find there isn't enough power going to the bathroom outlet to power your hair dryer. Read More 

What You Need To Know If You Have A Fuel-Burning Furnace

3 February 2017
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If you have a fuel-burning furnace in your home, it is crucial for you to have a carbon monoxide detector and a nitrogen dioxide detector. Carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide are dangerous gases that could pose health risks to you and your family members. In fact, these gases can be deadly. It's also crucial for your furnace to function properly in order to reduce the risks of having these dangerous gases in your home. Read More 

Have A Small House With An Old Furnace? Save With These New Heating Options

9 January 2017
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If the old furnace in your home has finally stopped working, but you aren't sure that you want to invest the money in another traditional system, there are other heating options to explore. Instead of getting a large furnace that uses large amounts of gas or electricity to heat the home, you can get a smaller more efficient unit that uses thermal energy or minimal electricity. Here are a couple of the choices you want to talk with your heating and cooling professional about. Read More