When you come home from work during the hottest days of summer, you may have a habit of automatically going to the thermostat to turn it down to a lower temperature. You may do the same thing when you come home and your home is not warm enough during the winter. If you find yourself adjusting your thermostat more than once a day, you need to know how you can benefit from an air system designed specifically for you and your home.
A frozen AC unit is a very common problem, especially when temperatures start to soar. While it is a frustrating problem to say the least, a frozen air conditioner doesn't mean that your unit is failing or that there is an expensive repair bill on the horizon. There are several things that may cause your air conditioner to freeze up, such as poor air flow, a dirty coil and blocked vents.
You have a garbage disposal. So, you should be able to send all your leftover food down the drain. Right? Wrong. If you're sending everything through the garbage disposal, you could be asking for some serious drain problems. Here are just some of the items that should never go through the disposal or the drains. Grease The grease at the bottom of the pan is liquidy right now. However, once you pour it down the drain, it's going to cool down and become a thick mess.
An estimated 37-47% of households in the United States today are home to dogs. If you have a dog, you know the companionship and security these furry friends can provide. Your dog is reliant on you to meet his or her basic needs, and maintaining a cool temperature within your home is one of those needs. When you air conditioner goes out, your dog could be at risk of heat stroke while you wait for repairs.
The air conditioner has become a necessary part of summer, especially when the temperatures begin to climb toward the triple digits. Just because the temperature is rising higher, doesn't mean that your power bill should, though. There are ways to enjoy your air conditioner while still saving a bit of money. The following tips may help. Tip #1: Shade the Windows The windows are usually the least insulated area of your home, so they let in a lot of heat during the day.
Hi there, my name is Marissa Sonder. I would like to use my site to talk about the different types of furnaces available for residential and commercial applications. Growing up, my school had an actual boiler room that provided heat and hot water for the entire building. All of the students loved to go down to the boiler room and learn about all of the components down there. Although many buildings have moved on from this old piece of equipment, I would like to discuss its use in detail on this site. I will also talk about modern electric, natural gas, propane and oil furnace systems. Thanks for coming by.