Dealing With Pet Fur In Your HVAC System And How To Better Prevent It In The Future
26 August 2015
Whether you already have pets or are considering a furry addition to the family, it's important that you thoroughly understand the impact your fuzzy friends will have on your HVAC system. Below is an overview of how pet hair and dander are able to build up within the system, ways in which they can be harmful, and how these harms can be greatly reduced from the very start.
How Pet Hair Builds Up Over Time
A/C Troubles? 5 Things To Do Before You Call In An Expert
21 July 2015
If you're having some trouble with keeping your home cool this summer, you may benefit from knowing a few things that you can check in your home yourself. No professional is needed to check these five things, but you may still need to call in an expert once the problem has been determined or if you cannot detect the exact issue:
1. Make Sure to Remove Debris from the A/C Condenser.
Sewer Line Problems: The Signs & How A Plumber Can Help
9 July 2015
Has a foul odor suddenly taken over your home and you can't figure out why? The odor may be a sign that your main sewer line is in need of a repair, and it may even need to be replaced if there are cracks in it. Find out below about the signs of a sewer line problem, as well as how a plumber can repair the problem.
What are Signs of an Issue with the Main Sewer Line?
7 Signs It's Time for a New Air Conditioner
25 June 2015
You probably don't want to purchase a new air conditioning unit before it is absolutely necessary. However, a replacement may be the only way to keep your home comfortable and your operating costs down. Here are seven indications that it is time for a new air conditioner:
Your unit is not cooling your home properly. Sometimes, builders may install a unit that is too small to cool the square footage of your home.