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.
7 May 2018
If your central air and heating unit isn't running properly, it could be a problem with the digital thermostat instead of the system itself. HVAC thermostats are programmed to turn on or shut off when the room reaches designated temperature, to keep it from continuously running which saves energy. Before you call a repair technician, troubleshoot the thermostat by following these steps. Prepare to Troubleshoot the Thermostat To troubleshoot the thermostat, gather:
23 March 2018
Most people have liquid drain cleaners that they don't hesitate to pour down the drain every time there is a blockage. Unfortunately, this is not the best way to deal with drain problems. Here are some of the disadvantages of relying on liquid drain cleaners: The Cleaners May Corrode Your Plumbing Pipes Chemical drain cleaners work by dissolving or breaking down the debris causing blockage within the drain pipes. This means they contain corrosive ingredients, such as acids.
8 February 2018
Does your home feel like it is too hot or cold during the winter, or is the furnace not turning on at all? If so, the problem could be due to the thermostat. This small device is the heart and soul of your furnace, and it simply cannot run without it working properly. Here are some things to troubleshoot about your thermostat if you feel the furnace isn't working properly and to prevent heating maintenance services problems from occurring.
3 January 2018
There are cold days, and then there are cold days. When the thermometer dips below zero and stays there for days on end, the ultra-cold temperatures put an extra strain on your furnace. It has to work harder than ever to keep up, and in some cases, your home may not stay as warm as you'd like. Thankfully, there are a few ways you can ease the burden on your heater and keep your home warm when the weather throws you a curve ball.
15 November 2017
Whether you are living in a towable tiny home or one built on a standard foundation, you need heat. It's a basic necessity, regardless of how few square feet you live in. Winters can be cold, even in the southern United States. While too small for a central heating system and the accompanying duct work, most tiny home owners plan for some type of heating source. With less than 500 square feet to heat up, it doesn't take much to get the job done.