There aren't many things more frustrating than an air conditioning that refuses to run. A hot, muggy home can make your space incredibly uncomfortable, which is why I have always focused on maintaining my air conditioning system. Unfortunately, I still run into problems from time to time and I am sure that all of you do, which is one of the reasons I decided to build this website. Check out these posts for more information about keeping your system working beautifully, even if you aren't naturally good at fixing things. You never know, making the right changes could dramatically improve your summertime experience.
16 February 2021
If you have not looked at your AC since turning it off last summer, you can be pretty sure that there are going to be things that need to be done before turning it on. There may even be some problems that need to be repaired to get ready for the warm weather. The following repair guide will help you with repairs that need to be done before cranking up your AC this summer.
12 January 2021
Water heater leaks can cause major water damage, especially if they go unnoticed for some time. Preventing the leaks should be a top priority for every home. 1. Drip Pan Drains Every water heater should have a drip pan beneath it to catch any water that leaks from tank damage or a failed hose connection. If your water heater isn't situated near a floor drain or if it is on a second floor, then the drip pan should also contain its own drain line.
4 December 2020
When your air conditioner stops working, it's difficult to know what went wrong. Even if your AC has symptoms of short cycling, blowing lukewarm air, or not blowing air at all, different things could be to blame. This is the case with capacitor problems. The signs of a capacitor going bad are also signs of other problems, so your air conditioning repair person will have to diagnose the problem. Here's a look at the purpose of capacitors in your air conditioner and the repairs needed when a capacitor goes bad.
2 November 2020
The tiny home lifestyle was first thought to be a fad that would quickly fade away. Instead, it has grown into a full-fledged movement where people choose to eschew the idea of the traditional, large single-family home. Instead, this new breed of homeowner opts to live in a very small space, often no more than 400-500 square feet. Some of these ultra-small homes are traditional tiny homes, built on a wheeled trailer so they can be moved from location to location.
29 September 2020
If you are a restaurant owner, your commercial refrigerator is part of your livelihood. If you can't keep the food you are going to serve at the right temperature, it's going to come out tasting funky or might be unsafe to serve to your customers at all. So it's no surprise then that most restaurant owners can go into a panic when their commercial fridge suddenly starts acting up or goes down completely.