Common AC Problems And Their Solutions

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During summer, you want to be able to live in comfort by cranking up your air conditioner. At times though, your air conditioner may fall short. Here are some of the most common air conditioning problems and what you can do about them. Rattling Noises If you hear rattling, vibrations, or other noises when your air conditioner is running, it might not be the sign of a major mechanical issue. Often, it could just be a loose screw.

4 August 2015

Why Is Your Furnace Leaking Water?

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If you wander down into your basement in the winter and notice that your furnace is leaking water, you're likely to be a bit surprised. After all, furnaces don't use water in their heating processes. In many cases, water leaking from a furnace is not a problem that should cause major concern, but it is not one you should ignore, either. There are three possible causes to consider. The condensation tubing or drain may be blocked.

4 August 2015

5 Ways To Improve The Efficiency Of Your Existing Air Conditioner

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Your air conditioner is likely one of your favorite features of your home when the temperature begins to rise during the summer. If you are struggling with balancing keeping your home comfortable and enjoying affordable cooling bills, you will need to set aside some time for maintenance. With the following five tips in mind, you can make sure that your air conditioner is being used as efficiently as possible without any wasted expenses:

3 August 2015

4 Signs Your Boiler May Need Repairs

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Many people go about their everyday routine without thinking to check the appliances in their home, in order to make sure that they're working properly. If you're running your boiler often to keep your home heated and are busy, you may not be checking to see if it's working properly. It's important to stay on top of boiler maintenance so that you don't have to deal with an emergency situation. Take a look at the following information to better understand some of the warning signs that may mean you need repairs.

3 August 2015