Winterizing Your Air Conditioner

25 November 2015
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With the onset of the cold weather, it is time to turn off the air conditioner and turn on the heater. However, it is important to remember that turning off the air conditioner and preparing it for the cold winter months is a lot more than just flipping the off switch to the air conditioner. You will need to take a variety of different simple steps to get the air conditioner winterized so that it lasts through the winter and is ready to use in the spring once again. Read More 

Keeping Your Air Conditioner Maintained And Your Energy Bills Low

18 September 2015
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Each year, you should take a few moments and follow some simple maintenance tips to make sure your central air conditioning is in good working order and being properly maintained. Following a few simple steps will help prevent it from suffering mechanical problems and ensure you are getting the best usage for your energy bills. Follow the tips detailed below so you know you are doing your part to protect your air conditioning unit and keep your bills down. Read More 

The Ultimate Guide To Furnace Replacement

24 July 2015
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A malfunctioning furnace is a major emergency in most households, especially if the furnace stops working during the winter. Depending on the age and condition of your furnace, you may be left wondering whether you should call a repairman or bite the bullet and splurge for a new unit to prevent future breakdowns. Of course, furnaces don't come cheap, so the decision on whether to repair or replace can be a stressful one. Read More 

How To Repair A Tub Overflow Drain Leak

10 July 2015
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If you notice water stains on the floor around your tub or ceiling on the lower level, it is likely coming from a leaky tub overflow drain. The overflow drain is situated behind the cover located right over your tub drain and under the faucet. It removes excess water in case someone leaves the water running or fills the tub too high. Water leaves your house in two ways: through the overflow pipe and main waste drain. Read More 

4 Tips To Help You Troubleshoot Gas Furnace Problems When Your Heating Is Out

1 July 2015
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There are many advantages to using gas furnaces, such as cleaner fuel, fewer repairs, availability of energy and efficiency. Even though your gas furnace may require fewer repairs than oil and other furnaces, it may still require repairs from time to time. Usually, these are things that happen when you least expect them and when you need your heating most. Here are some tips to help you troubleshoot the problems with your gas furnace: Read More